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I wanted to start this week by thanking you, dear readers, for all the words of wisdom and the continued support as I go through this journey. While I know I need to do what is necessary to lose the weight and feel better, I also need to do what’s best for me physically and emotionally.

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Over the past six weeks I’ve tried to ensure that I cover as many aspects of the Biggest Loser program that I can. As I worked my way through the process, I’ve documented injuries, eating habits, meal ideas as well as my workout regimen.

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Yoga explores the multi-dimensional nature of self. As we practice Yoga, we learn about the endless limits of our mind expressed through our body consciousness. In Yoga, we visualize the structure of each Yoga posture, then initiate the form in our body which eventually translates into “musc…

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SEBRING — American Family Financial Association is based in San Antonio, Texas. They conduct mouth swab tests that aide certified Genetic Labs to conduct studies on the likelihood that a person could develop a type or types of cancer during their lifetime. Cindy Kane, a representative of the…

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Opioid-related deaths nationwide jumped fourfold in the last two decades, and the epidemic has made major inroads in the eastern states, according to a new study by researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine, Harvard University and the University of Toronto.

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Cowboys drank sarsaparilla soda in the Old West. When you first hear “sarsaparilla,” you might think of soda. This herb comes from the roots of a a woody vine called Smilax, which belongs to the Lily family. It’s still is used as a popular flavoring of cola and root beer in some countries. I…

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Dandruff is a common chronic scalp condition marked by flaking of the skin on your scalp. It isn’t contagious or serious, but it can be embarrassing and sometimes difficult to treat.

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WASHINGTON — U.S. health regulators are moving ahead with a plan designed to keep e-cigarettes out of the hands of teenagers by restricting sales of most flavored products in convenience stores, gas stations, pharmacies and other retail locations.

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Recent studies have shown a link between hearing loss and dementia. Patients with moderate to severe hearing loss are most at risk for developing degenerative cognitive disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease.

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NEW YORK — Somewhere in the Midwest, a restaurant is frying foods with oil made from gene-edited soybeans. That’s according to the company making the oil, which says it’s the first commercial use of a gene-edited food in the U.S.

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Riding a motorcycle is a thrilling activity for many, and while it’s not without risk, most riders today know how to take proper precautions to protection themselves. Helmets are invaluable for protecting our heads, and jeans, long-sleeved jackets, and other clothing items help protect our s…

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Over the past six weeks I’ve tried to ensure that I cover as many aspects of the Biggest Loser program that I can. As I worked my way through the process, I’ve documented injuries, eating habits, meal ideas as well as my workout regimen.

  • 0

Yoga explores the multi-dimensional nature of self. As we practice Yoga, we learn about the endless limits of our mind expressed through our body consciousness. In Yoga, we visualize the structure of each Yoga posture, then initiate the form in our body which eventually translates into “musc…

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SEBRING — American Family Financial Association is based in San Antonio, Texas. They conduct mouth swab tests that aide certified Genetic Labs to conduct studies on the likelihood that a person could develop a type or types of cancer during their lifetime. Cindy Kane, a representative of the…

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AVON PARK — South Florida State College (SFSC) graduated a class of 17 paramedics during an evening ceremony at the SFSC University Center Auditorium at the Highlands Campus on Wednesday, March 6.

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Opioid-related deaths nationwide jumped fourfold in the last two decades, and the epidemic has made major inroads in the eastern states, according to a new study by researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine, Harvard University and the University of Toronto.

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Cowboys drank sarsaparilla soda in the Old West. When you first hear “sarsaparilla,” you might think of soda. This herb comes from the roots of a a woody vine called Smilax, which belongs to the Lily family. It’s still is used as a popular flavoring of cola and root beer in some countries. I…

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Riding a motorcycle is a thrilling activity for many, and while it’s not without risk, most riders today know how to take proper precautions to protection themselves. Helmets are invaluable for protecting our heads, and jeans, long-sleeved jackets and other clothing items help protect our sk…

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Regenerative medicine therapies aim to rebuild and restore health to patients challenged by chronic conditions and degenerative diseases. Despite advances in the field, much of the science is still in early research phases, meaning that many treatments haven’t been proven safe and effective …

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Yoga is a “practice” to improve circulation, reduce stress, stimulate weight loss through various “asanas” (poses) that re-align the body with emphasis on correct form to achieve this goal.

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Let’s just analyze a little bit. Let’s look deep into our own communication abilities, shall we? I often get patients who boldly state that their spouse, partner, mom, dad, brother, sister, or friend is in denial about not being able to hear. Well, we are probably all in denial about somethi…

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