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By Scott D. Miller, MD If you were to bake a cake and only used flour, you would have one disappointing dessert. In fact, not only does grandma’s baking require a whole array of ingredients, it demands the right quantities combined with the … Continue reading

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By Paul E. Cox, MD, MS   What is concierge medicine? The concierge medical healthcare model allows for a patient-centered approach. You and your physician have the time to develop a personalized blueprint for preventive medicine that creates a long-term plan for … Continue reading

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By now back-to-school season is in full swing at many of your homes. Evening swims have been replaced with homework help, and the chaos that can come with the new fall routine may be making it difficult for you to … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger: Asif Lakhani A poor diet is the root of many health problems. The advancement of cancer, like many other terminal illnesses, can be mitigated with the proper intake of nutrients and grains. The Cancer Project, a national nonprofit … Continue reading

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