Male Hormone Therapy

When you have a testosterone deficiency your whole lifestyle and health can drastically change. Like menopause in women, a hormonal imbalance or andropause can have a wide range of symptoms. According to a recent article on Men’s Anti-Aging Clinic of Atlanta, some of the symptoms may include: • Insomnia • Exhaustion • Loss of hair • […]

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Make sure your teen gets the HPV vaccine

Vaccinations have gained a lot of public attention over the last few years. While it is recommended and understandable that parents carefully consider all medical treatments administered to their children, vaccines are among those tools that parents should feel most confident about including in their children’s preventive medical care plans. The HPV vaccine is a ground-breaking vaccine […]

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Walking for exercise and stress reduction

Exercise does not have to be rigorous to be beneficial. A simple walk outdoors can have physical and psychological benefits for folks of all ages. The Department of Health and Human Services recommends at least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity or 75 minutes of moderate to vigorous activity a week. Brisk walking qualifies as […]

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Could Grilling Cause Cancer?

For many, summertime is all about having fun in the sun and picnic barbeques. In fact, grilling is a very popular cooking method especially when the days grow warmer. Grilling is a quick way to cook meats and it guarantees tasty, mouth-watering results. Unfortunately, current research suggests that grilling may cause cancer. Mercola states that even the […]

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For Men Only: The P Shot To Help Bedroom Blues

The P Shot, also known as the Priapus Shot, is made up of blood-derived growth factors to help rejuvenate the penis and help those suffering from erectile dysfunction. Men who are having difficulty with sexual function due to an enlarged prostate, prostate cancer, drug side effects, or other conditions, can greatly benefit from the P […]

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Gardening: An Ounce of Prevention

Gardeners love to get outside and plant beautiful displays of annuals and perennials in pots and beds during May. Vegetable gardening has spurred the growth and popularity of individual and community gardens.  However, very few of these frantic agriculturalists have given a single thought to the possibility of contracting tetanus also known as “lockjaw.”  Most people […]

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Summer how to: avoiding and removing ticks

Ticks carry disease Ticks are external parasites that live on the blood of birds and mammals such as livestock, dogs, deer, rodents, and humans. In the science world, they are known as “vectors” which means they carry diseases such as Rocky Mountain spotted fever and Lyme disease. Georgia is home to three tick species that […]

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It’s Colon Cancer Awareness Month

Each year, thousands across the country join forces to make people more aware of colon cancer, the nation’s second leading cause of cancer deaths. Colon cancer survivors, patients, physicians, and advocates wear the color blue during Colon Cancer Awareness Month every March. Wearing a blue ribbon during the month of March indicates your participation in […]

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What is Walking Pneumonia?

Pneumonia is an inflammation of one or both of the lung’s air sacs. The sacs can become filled with fluid or pus, making it difficult to breath and producing a phlegmy cough. This condition is typically a complication of a respiratory infection, though it can be caused by a variety of germs, including bacteria, viruses, […]

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Protein Based Vegetables for a Healthy Diet

Eating a healthy diet can be the key to gaining more energy, staying slim, and preventing illness. Lowering your consumption of meat in favor of vegetables can be an important first step toward developing healthier eating habits and avoiding cardiovascular disease. Vegetarians sometimes worry that they might not be intaking the protein they are missing by not […]

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