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Pain After Pool-Time?

Summer is here, so ’tis the season for sun, swimming, and unfortunately, swimmer’s ear. Otitis externa, more commonly referred to as swimmer’s ear, is an infection of the outer ear canal. This condition is more common with water exposure to…

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The Nutrition Gap

Over the past twenty years or so, there has been a dramatic rise in food allergies diagnosed in children.  There are likely many factors involved in this increase, but as a parent of a child with one or more food…

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Taking Care of Business

There is a widely held misconception that pelvic floor-related symptoms are an inevitable part of being a woman. While females are three to seven times more likely to be affected by pelvic floor dysfunction than males, evidence-based research over the…

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Healthy Smiles – Plus!

Orthodontics can be for everyone, even celebrities like Faith Hill, who told fans she wished she had worn her retainer more often as a tween, or basketball superstar Dwyane Wade, who got his braces at the same time as his…

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Play Al Fresco!

I often wish I could write a prescription that reads: Go outside and play! Take as directed, and undirected is even better. If daily outdoor play were a medicine, it would taste like bubble gum and be so good the kids…

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What Is Psoriasis?

About seven and a half million people in the United States have psoriasis. Chances are you know someone with psoriasis or have a family member that is affected by it. So what is it? Psoriasis is often described as a…

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Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea affects up to seven percent of men, yet seventy to eighty percent of people with sleep apnea remain undiagnosed. If sleep apnea is left untreated, over time the risk of high blood pressure, heart attack, stroke, heart…

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Today’s Scar Wars

As a parent of two young children, I know I look closely at every scrape and cut, worrying if it is going to leave a mark on my kids’ delicate skin. For some people, scars are a badge of honor,…

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Asthma Doesn’t Have to Slow You Down

You’ve been running for months, but you know that sometimes exercise brings on chest tightness. There has been some wheezing, too. What’s going on? Could this mean cancelling your plans to sign up for that half-marathon? Not to worry. You…

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