Health

  • January 16, 2019

    A Solution to Chronic Nerve Pain

    By Ward Wagner The somatosensory nervous system is remarkable. With a complex system of nerve cells and pathways, it allows us to perceive and enjoy the subtle softness of a rose petal, the tide pulling sand through our toes as it ebbs, the warmth of a holiday hearth on a...

  • January 16, 2019

    A Renewed Goal Of Health

    Have you ever wondered why the Stapley Pharmacy ads always end with the words “Your pharmacist is your most accessible medical provider”? The simple reason is that your pharmacist is always available to you. You usually don’t need an appointment to visit with your pharmacist. You also don’t need to obtain...

  • November 14, 2018

    Dermalinfusion: The Choice for Healthy, Vibrant, Rejuvenated Skin

    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...

  • November 14, 2018

    Prostate Problems?

    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...

  • November 14, 2018

    LASIK Essentials: Three Keys to Successful Refractive Surgery

    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....

  • November 14, 2018

    Preparing for Flu Season

    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...

  • November 14, 2018

    Stem Cell Injections Offered for Joint Pain

    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....

  • November 14, 2018

    Traumeel: A Natural Way to Fight Inflammation

    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...

  • November 13, 2018

    Keep Your Smile Happy

    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...

  • November 13, 2018

    Is Elbow or Heel Pain Stopping You?

    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...

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