How To Eat Yourself Thin

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By: Dr. Cynthia Guy To lose weight, the golden rule is to eat less and exercise more. But, what if there were certain foods that would allow you to increase your metabolism and allow you to eat more while still shedding pounds? Adding certain foods to your diet will encourage your body to release energy READ MORE →

The Ultimate Treatment for Renal Failure

By: Dr. Donald Steinmuller When you look at the results of kidney transplants and dialysis treatments from 1996 to 2013, you see a 28 percent reduction in deaths for patients undergoing dialysis, and a 40 percent reduction in deaths for transplant patients. What does this tell us? That the chances of survival are significantly better READ MORE →

Alzheimer’s: Risk Factors, Prevention, and What to Do

By: Dr. Steven Ferguson Risk Factors Everyone knows the general symptoms of dementia. But many people are unaware of the risk factors associated with Alzheimer’s, the most common type of dementia and the sixth leading cause of death in the United States. There are two main types of risk factors for Alzheimer’s: genetic and environmental. READ MORE →

Subchondroplasty: An Innovative Solution to Your Knee Pain Needs

By: Dr. Rick Pospisil Ever experienced knee pain that had no apparent origin? For many afflicted by this seemingly inexplicable suffering, the cause could be a subchondral bone marrow lesion—micro cracks that develop in the part of the bone that intersects the knee joint, just below the surface. These defects are often undetectable on imaging READ MORE →

Breastfeeding: What Every Mother Should Know

By: Dr. Maya Vazirani Having a newborn child can be exciting but also terrifying at the same time. You would do anything to raise the healthiest child possible, but who do you trust to provide you with the correct information? It seems as if everyone has an opinion, and headlines about new breastfeeding research come out READ MORE →