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What Every Woman Should Know About Heart Disease Jul 16th, 2019

The No. 1 killer of women in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, is heart disease. For women, heart disease causes one of every three deaths each year, and yet only about half of the female population understands the signs, symptoms, and risk factors...

Foods to Include and Avoid If You Have High Cholesterol Jun 3rd, 2019

A diagnosis of high or even elevated cholesterol can be deflating. After all, who wants to give up those favorites like pizza, wings, and burgers for the rest of their life? Somehow “going out for a beer and a salad” doesn’t quite have the same ring to it. But certain...

Treatment of Hypertension in the Elderly May 6th, 2019

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States, and one of the major risk factors of heart disease is hypertension. Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is an extremely common condition that many people don’t even know they have because it often does...

Asthma Attack Triggers You Should Be Aware Of Apr 12th, 2019

Roughly 26.5 million Americans suffer from asthma, and for many asthma sufferers, it isn’t just a mild respiratory condition — it can get very serious very quickly. Asthma is chronic inflammation of the bronchial tubes that obstructs air from entering and exiting the lungs. Symptoms of asthma include coughing, wheezing,...

How SculpSure Can Help The Fight Against Stubborn Fat Cells Mar 1st, 2019

A healthy diet and plenty of exercise are key components of achieving and maintaining a healthy weight. But what if all that healthy eating and physical activity isn’t giving you the body you want? What can you do to blast those trouble areas that don’t seem to shrink, no matter...

The Impact Of High Blood Pressure: Health Complications That You Are At Risk of Developing Feb 8th, 2019

One in three adults in America has high blood pressure. One in two people with high blood pressure don’t have their condition under control. Also known as hypertension, high blood pressure is a serious medical condition that puts you at risk for developing other health problems. High blood pressure occurs...

Lifestyle Advice for Keeping Your Heart Healthy Jan 11th, 2019

Heart disease is still the leading cause of death in the United States. Approximately 610,000 Americans die annually from heart disease, and a shocking 735,000 Americans experience a heart attack each year. Sadly, many of those cases could’ve been avoided, or controlled by lifestyle tweaks. Lifestyle changes you can make...

5 Great Benefits of SculpSure® Dec 10th, 2018

Frustrating, stubborn fat can leave you feeling less than your best, especially if you work hard to eat right and exercise regularly. If you’re struggling to lose fat on your abdomen, lower back, hips, thighs, or even under your chin, you don’t have to settle. SculpSure® is an FDA-cleared treatment...

4 Symptoms of High Blood Pressure Nov 13th, 2018

High blood pressure is being seen in record numbers in this country. About 1 out of every 3 adults has high blood pressure, or hypertension, and only about half of those people have it under control. Many Americans don’t even realize they have high blood pressure, so they aren’t able...

The Best Non-Invasive Procedure for Getting Rid of Stubborn Fat Oct 24th, 2018

Getting rid of body fat can be an all-consuming task. You diet and exercise, lift and circuit train, use every ounce of willpower and determination, and yet those unsightly pockets of stubborn fat just stay put. Sure, you’re in the best shape you’ve been in since college, but certain areas...

How and Why Seniors Need to Exercise Sep 26th, 2018

It’s a fact that we all lose muscle mass as we age, and the amount of loss can be significant. Seniors who don’t exercise may lose 3-5% of their muscle mass about every 10 years. That kind of loss can put a real damper on your golden years. The solution?...

Could You Be Pre-Diabetic and Not Know? Aug 27th, 2018

Did you know you could be walking around with a grave condition known as pre-diabetes, and you may not even know it? Approximately one in three American adults is pre-diabetic, according to the latest findings from the CDC. Roughly 90% of those who have the condition, the precursor to type...

10 Tips for Lowering Your Cholesterol Through Diet Jul 24th, 2018

High blood cholesterol is a risk factor heart disease. Changes to your lifestyle habits -- including your diet -- can do a lot to lower dangerously high levels of cholesterol. Just as poor dietary choices can raise cholesterol, specific healthy dietary choices can help lower them.Limit saturated fatAlthough the tide...

Why SculpSure® Body Contouring Has Such a HIgh Satisfaction Rate Jun 11th, 2018

If you’ve not yet been introduced to the exciting benefits SculpSure body contouring treatments have to offer, it may be time to schedule a consultation with Dr. Jose Valdez. Dr. Valdez offers the advanced SculpSure technology to eliminate stubborn fat deposits, slimming and smoothing your figure without the risks of...

What Causes Adult-Onset Asthma May 11th, 2018

You’ve been having some unusual symptoms lately. Sometimes you feel winded after even a slight exertion. Occasionally your chest feels tight, and you have a little trouble breathing. You’ve been coughing at night, and you notice a wheezing sound in your breath when you exhale.It almost seems like asthma —...