Archive for HEALTH

  • September 9, 2019

    Ozone Therapy: Pill-Free Pain Relief

    By Dr. Ward Wagner   When we are young, we tend to take our youth for granted. We don’t wake up each day thinking, “I sure feel wonderful. Not an ache or pain in my body.” It isn’t until our bodies begin to age and arthritis begins to set in...

  • September 9, 2019

    Five Principles of Healthy Weight Loss

    By Dr. Edward Prince    It happens to all of us. The summer ends, and we become less active. Then the holidays arrive, and we overindulge in that gift bag of chocolate-covered superfruit. By the time January rolls around, the scale is showing some bad numbers, so we resolve to...

  • September 9, 2019

    The Little Mermaid Has Nothing on These Heroes

    By J. R. Martin (Story retold by J. R. Martin as witnessed by Mr. David Wright)   Not so long ago in a land not so far away lived some local hometown heroes…Like most fantasies, this story involves magic and other supernatural elements. However, unlike a fantasy, this story is...

  • September 9, 2019

    Staying Current with Diabetes Education

    By Brett Peterson, PharmD Contributing Author: Kelli Charlton, Director of Education and Community Engagement   While attending pharmacy school, Brett developed a sudden and intense interest in diabetes prompted when his wife was diagnosed with type I diabetes, a diagnosis that changed their lives and was a catalyst for focusing...

  • September 9, 2019

    Preventing Kidney Stones

    By Dr. Greg Taylor, MD   Each time I drive somewhere, I take my large water bottle. Often, I take two.  My wife hates that my bottles are too large for the cupholders in her car. One time my dad asked me if I had diabetes because he noticed how...

  • September 9, 2019

    Should I Use Marijuana to Treat My Glaucoma?

    By St. George Eye Center   Glaucoma is an ugly disease. It damages the optic nerve, the communication pathway between eye and brain, resulting in permanent, progressive loss of vision. There is no cure. For decades, physicians and scientists have worked diligently to solve the problem of glaucoma. Still, the...

  • September 9, 2019

    What a Pain! Causes of and Treatments for Lower Back...

    By Dr. Rodney Smith   A staggering eighty percent of adults will experience low back pain at some point in their lives. While the severity of back pain varies widely, according to the National Institute of Health, it is the top contributor to missed work days. Back pain does not...

  • September 9, 2019

    If Life Hands You Lemons, Make Some Lemonade!

    By Emily Jensen, RVU Student   “Be grateful.”  “Count your blessings.”  “Look on the bright side.”  Do these quotes sound familiar? I don’t know about you, but I have heard or seen quotes like these many times, and they especially affect me when I am going through a difficult time....

  • September 9, 2019

    No Need to Go under the Knife

    By Carolyn Hansen, FNP-BC   Invasive facelifts are quickly becoming a thing of the past. Women and men are opting to treat facial and body aging concerns with the many phenomenal, non-invasive procedures that are now readily available. When performed by a licensed and well-trained provider, many of these non-invasive...

  • September 9, 2019

    Brain Health: Healing Mind and Memory from Alzheimer’s Disease

    By Dr. Werner Vosloo, Restore Bio+Clinic   Conventional wisdom used to hold that Alzheimer’s was an essentially hopeless condition with no cure and no effective interventions. However, thanks to the work of countless researchers, we now know that there is hope not only for people who already suffer from cognitive...

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