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Stewart's Caring Place: Cancer Wellness Center – LIVING WELL Magazine

There’s more to Cancer than Chemo & Surgery
How supportive care can help you cope
Courtesy Stewart’s Caring Place: Cancer Wellness Center, Akron LIVING WELL Magazine

Medical treatment for a cancer patient is only the beginning of a sometimes long journey. Dynamics of the cancer experience may include psychological, social, spiritual or physical factors. As the patient, caregiver, or loved one, it is common to feel overwhelmed.

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Colorado Springs Health Partners on What You Need to Know About Glaucoma – LIVING WELL Magazine

What You Need to Know About Glaucoma
Part Two – Eye Pressure
By George Ulrich, MD, Colorado Springs Health Partners, Colorado Springs LIVING WELL Magazine
In the fall/winter edition of Colorado Springs SENIOR Magazine, we began discussing what glaucoma is, and what you should know about the disease. In part two of this series, we’re going to explore how it’s possible to measure how well the optic nerve works, in addition to talking about eye pressure. […]

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Rockynol on When is the Right Time to Move into an Adult Community – LIVING WELL Magazine

Lynda Schumacher, Director of PR at Rockynol, Akron LIVING WELL Magazine (formerly SENIOR Magazine)
Downsizing from your current home doesn’t have to be a burden. Indeed, it offers an opportunity to bring simplicity and ease to your life. […]

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Rocky Mountain Gastroenterology Associates on Colorectal Cancer: What you don't know can kill you – LIVING WELL Magazine

Colorectal Cancer: What you don’t know can kill you
Anthony Madrid, M.D., Board Certified Gastroenterologist, Medical Director, Aurora Endoscopy Center & Rocky Mountain Gastroenterology Associates, East Denver LIVING WELL Magazine

Did you know? Colorectal Cancer (CRC) is the third most common cancer diagnosed in both men and women in the United States. […]

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Donny Osmond: Charming a new generation of fans

Nearly 40 years after making millions of teenage girls swoon, he’s charming a new generation of fans.

Pin down Donny Osmond and it’s clear why he’s tough to reach: he never slows down. A typical day for Osmond entails flying back and forth between his home in Utah to Las Vegas to perform in “Donny & Marie” at the Flamingo, along with hosting a daily radio show, all while squeezing in solo tour dates, filming and pitching a television pilot, and recording new music. Not a bad day’s work for a former teen idol who was heading towards near obscurity in the early 80s before making an unexpected comeback. […]

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Murphy Overconfident Underwear on Post-Void Dribbling – LIVING WELL Magazine

Post-Void Dribbling
Courtesy Murphy Overconfident Underwear, Collin LIVING WELL Magazine (formerly SENIOR Magazine)
Post-void dribbling is “the phenomenon where urine remaining in the urethra after voiding the bladder slowly leaks out after urination. A common and usually benign complaint, it may be a symptom of urethral diverticula or prostatitis.” […]

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Home Helpers on How to Make Life Easier – LIVING WELL Magazine

Making Life Easier
Rick Cseak, Home Helpers of Denver, East Denver LIVING WELL Magazine
Recently, I saw one of my neighbors outside shoveling snow off her sidewalk. I was shocked to see her, shovel in hand, knowing she had just had surgery on her hip a few weeks before. Before I knew it, I had pulled over in my car and we started chatting, as I casually grabbed the shovel and finished up the walkway. […]

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Orthotic and Prosthetic Specialists: Amputation is not the end of life as you know it – LIVING WELL Magazine

Amputation is not the end of life as you know it
What to expect when being fitted for a prosthesis
Leslie Roberts, CP, MSS, Orthotic and Prosthetic Specialists, Northshore LIVING WELL Magazine (formerly SENIOR Magazine)
Becoming an amputee is a life-changing event. In addition to dealing with natural grieving issues, there is also the task of learning what to expect. The following are a few questions and answers to help transition you into your life as an amputee. […]