Prevention key to avoiding disease
by Diane Silcox-Jarrett
For many, an anticipated trip to the dentist conjures up fears of drilling and filling. Fortunately, recent advancements in dental technology are helping ease those fears while helping dentists better treat patients.
Options abound; which is right for you?
by Eileen Slutsky, RN, BSN
Aging takes time, and the best anti-aging treatment is a gradual process for lasting results. The secret is in the expanding options of dermal fillers injected to lift, fill, plump and augment in order to erase these signs of aging. The ultimate goal should be to look like yourself, only rejuvenated.
Lifestyle holds the key to prevention
by Alison Brown
It occurs every 40 seconds in the United States. It might be a sudden, severe headache, a loss of vision, or perhaps even something more subtle. It is a stroke — the third leading cause of death in the country and the No. 1 cause of adult disability.
Know your risk factors for osteoporosis
by Dr. Tim Harris
Osteoporosis is a disease in which bones become fragile and are at an increased risk of fracture. The disease develops painlessly over many years with no discomfort or symptoms until a bone breaks. Any bone can be affected, but fractures typically occur in the hip, spine, and wrist. Osteoporosis also can cause a loss of height and a severely rounded upper back.
Principles vs. goals
Weigh these important factors for long-term success
by Kevin Perrone
I love seeing people make progress. It’s the main reason I got into fitness training. Over the years, I’ve learned that there are two main ideologies that inspire people to make progress: Some are encouraged by goals, while others are driven by principles.