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Letter to the Editor

And we must stop thinking of Alzheimer’s as a disease that affects individuals and families and start to recognize what a tremendous toll it is taking on state and national budgets. ...

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The Hidden Health Risks of Loneliness

According to the Labor Bureau of Statistics, for the first time since 1976, the number of singles is at 50.2 percent. Single people, for the first time, outnumber married people. People often associate loneliness with being single, but loneliness is something ...

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The Healing Power of Music

"I've been a bad girl. Am I in trouble?" asks an obviously distraught Naomi. Tears begin to form in the corners of her eyes. She wrings her hands as she sits in her wheelchair in the lobby of an Alzheimer's disease care facility. ...

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Four Ways to Manage Diabetes on a Budget

If left untreated, diabetes can negatively affect the heart, kidneys and eyes as the disease progresses in severity. It could even lead to death. Physicians typically prescribe pills and insulin for patients to manage their diabetes. ...

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Meditation to Cope with Low Back Pain

The pain doesn’t disappear, but as Andrea Minick Rudolph, a meditation expert and therapist based in Harrisburg, Pa, explained, “The ability to deal with thoughts around pain is the important step to reduce and manage pain.” ...

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Full Mouth Dental Implants

If you are missing most or all of your teeth, full mouth dental implants might be the ideal, permanent solution you’ve been searching for to achieve a beautiful and healthy smile. Founder of the Center for Cosmetic, Implant, and Neuromuscular Dentistry, Dr. Sid Solomon, ...

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