By Rebekah Pectol United Way Dixie   The holiday season is fast approaching, which means the spirit of giving will soon be here. If you believe that giving is better than receiving, join United Way Dixie in the Twelve Days of Christmas Giving this year. We’ve put a twist on this traditional Christmas song and […]

Twelve Days of Christmas…

November 14, 2018
By Riverside Medical Arts   Dermalinfusion is an advanced skin-resurfacing treatment that combines exfoliation, extraction, and infusion of condition-specific serums to improve skin health and function while also improving the appearance of all skin types. A patented, non-invasive treatment, Dermalinfusion is fully customizable and the perfect solution to address a wide variety of skin concerns […]

Dermalinfusion: The Choice…

November 14, 2018
Tiffany K. Gust, MS.   Now that the temperatures are dropping, perhaps your motivation to be active has dropped as well. Exercise can actually help beat those winter blues and boost your immune system to avoid those winter colds. Here are some tips to help you stay motivated and fit during the colder months. Change […]

How to Get Fit During…

November 14, 2018
Promising New Technology Is Now Available for Men Who Suffer from Prostatic Obstruction By Robert Cope, MD   There is a new, minimally-invasive procedure for men who have urinary symptoms due to prostate enlargement. This procedure is done in the urologist’s office with local anesthesia and literally takes only a few minutes to complete.   […]

Prostate Problems?

November 14, 2018
By Diane Del Toro   When husband-and-wife team Randall Richards and Nicki Pace became the owners of The Painted Pony restaurant, they had one goal in mind: They wanted to prepare inspired and delicious meals using organic, locally-grown, sustainable ingredients. They not only were committed to this goal, they also were convinced that the people […]

An Evening At The Painted…

November 14, 2018
By Dr. Nicholas Behunin   I am a LASIK surgeon who wears glasses. Well, most of the time I wear contact lenses, but the fact is, I cannot see more than an inch past the end of my nose without a lens in front of my eye to correct nearsightedness. When things go “bump” in […]

LASIK Essentials: Three…

November 14, 2018
By Jack Rolfe   “The most important things in life aren’t things.” Anthony J. D’Angelo My wife, Lexie, and I recently celebrated our 40th wedding anniversary by taking an Alaskan cruise. For those of you now trying to guess our age, we got married at age 5. Ha-ha. Actually, we were both 19, so there […]

What is Your Highlig…

November 14, 2018
Winter is often referred to as “flu season” because this is when communities see a rise in illnesses. According to the Centers for Disease Control, ”Most people who get sick with flu will have mild illness and will not need medical care or antiviral drugs, and most will recover in less than two weeks.” Many […]

Preparing for Flu Se…

November 14, 2018
By The Sound of Life Foundation   It’s that wonderful time of year again! It’s a time for celebration and gratitude. It’s a time to share with others and to enjoy the company of friends and relatives. During the holidays, I love gathering with family to discuss the many things that have gone on during […]

The Sounds of the Se…

November 14, 2018
What if the solution to your achy joints lies in your own bone marrow? That’s what some patients are finding with stem cell therapy. Although research is continuing, several studies have found that stem cell injections are a safe way to help ease the pain of knee injuries and osteoarthritis. At Southwest Spine and Pain […]

Stem Cell Injections…

November 14, 2018
The holiday season is finally here! Among shiny ornaments and piles of neatly wrapped presents, excitement looms in the air. This is the time of year when we buy gifts for our loved ones and friends, but it is also the perfect time of year for our thoughts to turn to serving those in need. […]

12 Days of Service

November 14, 2018
By Marianne Hamilton   Back when Mark Woodbury was a member of the Dixie High School class of ’73, the closest he could get to joining the football squad was shooting game photos for the yearbook. In those days, when Woodbury’s inhaler was never far from reach, it seemed impossible to contemplate a transition from […]

Wondrous Warriors: Mark…

November 14, 2018
By Dr. Ward Wagner   Injuries happen to everyone: the elite athlete, the elite couch potato, and everyone in between. With injury, you get inflammation—100% of the time. Inflammation is the body’s reaction to injury. It kicks off the healing process by bringing blood and cells to the area to clean out the bad and […]

Traumeel: A Natural Way…

November 14, 2018
Dixie State University Dental Hygiene Program Runs a Community Clinic with Discounted Rates By Erin Hakoda   What do bad breath, cavities, gum disease, and a higher risk of heart attack and stroke all have in common? They can all be brought on by poor dental care. Let dental hygienists in training help you avoid […]

Keep Your Smile Happ…

November 13, 2018
By Randy R. Clark, MD and Aaron O’Brien, MD   Golfer’s elbow (inner elbow pain) is a commonly encountered orthopedic problem. It may affect as many as 8% of patients. Tennis elbow (outer elbow pain) affects up to 3% of adults each year. Plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain. It is […]

Is Elbow or Heel Pain…

November 13, 2018

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