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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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By Scott D. Miller, MD As we come to the end of another year, we look forward to the holidays, good food, and resolutions. We also buy gifts for ourselves and others, sometimes using that beloved credit card that we … Continue reading

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By Karen Foley  Elizabeth Pietrusza What made you choose Windy Hill Athletic Club as your fitness club? Windy Hill has always felt like a safe place. There are smiling faces everywhere you look. The equipment is clean and the spaces … Continue reading

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By Karen Foley Learn more about how Windy Hill Athletic Club (WHAC) can help you reach your fitness goals while creating lifelong bonds along the way. Fitness Programming Manager Tiago Kulaif, and Tennis Director Trip Baisden, tell us more.  Q: How … Continue reading

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Having a colonoscopy isn’t something people get excited about, but preventing colon cancer before it starts should be. In the United States, colon cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer in both men and women, and it’s the second … Continue reading

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By Grattan Woodson, M.D., FACP and Kim Teasley  Having a physician who is skilled in women’s health, understands gynecoendocrinology, and is comfortable prescribing compounded pharmaceuticals is a requirement for hormone therapy replacement success. It is this physician who will monitor … Continue reading

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By Jill M. Golsen, DMD and Justin Parente, DMD To understand why your tooth hurts, it’s best to start with a brief anatomy overview. A pearly, white shell called enamel covers the surface of the tooth. This hard enamel protects … Continue reading

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By H. Sooki Hon, MD, PhD If you remember listening to music on your transistor radio, then this message is for you. The Hepatitis C (Hep C) virus is a serious health concern for the baby boomer generation, but it … Continue reading

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