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UV Exposure and Eye Health

During the summer months, we are subject to increased risk of UV (ultra-violet) and visible blue light exposure on the health of our eyes. Especially if you’re at higher altitudes, there is less atmosphere to […]

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How to Slow Down the Aging Process

Exercise Applies Brakes on Sarcopenia in Aging (Part II)

Courtesy of John Eagle Honda, North Dallas LIVING WELL Magazine
In our previous article published this past spring, we introduced a new term “SARCOPENIA,” a biological entity, which decreases skeletal muscle mass and increases body fat mass during aging processes. […]

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Understanding Hearing Loss

One in five Americans experiences hearing loss. By Elizabeth Brassine, Au.D. Hearing Facts Let’s start with some facts (NIDCD, 2013): one in five Americans 12 and older experiences hearing loss severe enough to hinder communication. […]

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Veggie Trend Alert!

Look out for these veggies in 2020. By Julie Alvira, M.D., MBA Healthcare Management Still in demand, the humble veggie is on the rise and replacing popular carbs such as rice and flour. Veggies have […]