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By Kristen Willett, DO If you have ever suffered from pain that radiates from your lower back into the back of your leg or foot, there is a good you were experiencing sciatica. In fact, 40% of the population will … Continue reading

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  Bacterial plaque is the main factor contributing to bleeding gums. If we don’t practice good dental hygiene techniques, bacteria forms plaque around the teeth. Over time, these bacteria will result in inflamed, bleeding, and swollen gums. Bleeding and inflamed gums … Continue reading

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By Scott D. Miller, MD As Valentine’s Day approaches, it seems appropriate to talk about our hearts. How did the heart become associated with love? In ancient days, the heart was considered to be the center of all emotions since … Continue reading

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Success often brings changes and thanks to the amazing Windy Hill Athletic Club (WHAC) team and its members, 2019 is filled with exciting changes. Karen Foley joined the WHAC team seven years ago and has now been promoted to National … Continue reading

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By Michael Siciliano, MD Regenerative medicine itself isn’t new—the first bone marrow and solid-organ transplants were done decades ago. But advances in developmental and cell biology, immunology, and other fields have unlocked new opportunities to refine existing regenerative therapies and … Continue reading

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By Atlanta Gastroenterology Associates Q: How common is colon cancer? A: Colon cancer is the third most common diagnosed cancer and the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the U.S. When detected in its early stages during a screening … Continue reading

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By Robert Medcalf, PT, OCS, Dip MDT For patients who suffer with back or neck pain, physical therapy is one of many conservative options available to assist in their recovery. Over the years, conventional physical therapy for the spinal pain … Continue reading

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By Jill M. Golsen, DMD You just came from your dental appointment. We spoke to you in what seemed to be another language. You nodded your head as if you understood— but did you? We said, “You have occlusal decay … Continue reading

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By Robert Hyslop, MD These days, one would be hard-pressed to find someone who has been untouched by the scourge of lung cancer. As the most common cause of cancer deaths in America, lung cancer strikes both the young and … Continue reading

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By David Martin, RN For Lesa Kagan, an audiologist and active mother of three (she takes care of her 95-year-old mom, volunteers with several organizations, and plays ALTA tennis)—loving her legs is a new thing. “I have had problems with … Continue reading

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