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Menopause and Hormones: Are They For Me? Luann Lavin, APRN, FNP

Menopause and Hormones: Are They For Me?

Approaching menopause can be a challenging time. There are so many questions, and sometimes it’s hard to find clear answers. And the role of hormones during menopause can be even more confusing.
High Blood Pressure: Causes, Effects, and How Reducing Yours Can Prolong Your Life

High Blood Pressure: Causes, Effects, and How Reducing Yours Can Prolong Your Life

There’s no better time than the holiday season to talk about blood pressure. While the season is a time of connection, warmth, and joy, most of us would agree that it’s also the most stressful time of the year. Extra activities, long to-do lists and family gatherings can increase your stress – right along with your blood pressure.
Bone Health: Strengthening your Foundation Dr Woods

Bone Health: Strengthening your Foundation

Most people think bone loss and osteoporosis are only concerns for older women. But bone loss happens to all of us as we age. The good news is that there’s so much you can do to ward off bone loss before it becomes a bigger problem. You are getting older every day, but you do not have to become frail or disabled.
Neurofeedback: Helping Those with ADD/ADHD, Anxiety, and Depression David Ferriss, M.D.

Neurofeedback: Helping Those with ADD/ADHD, Anxiety, and Depression

Did you know that you have as many brain cells as there are stars in the Milky Way galaxy? And that all of these cells form a vast network of connections? It’s really amazing to think about. But what’s even more amazing is that your brain has the ability to form new connections. In essence, this means that your brain can re-learn how it works.
Dr. Haase Education Webinar Overlooked Causes of Depression

Overlooked Causes of Depression — Is What You Don’t Know Holding You Back?

Depression can feel like a prison, making relationships, thinking, and even daily activities seem impossible. Nearly everyone has experienced the symptom of depression at one time or another. But what many people forget in the depth of their pain is that depression is at its core — a symptom. It’s a sign that something isn’t working quite right in your brain.
Endothelial glycocalyx Nashville

The Glycocalyx: Could This Gel Help Your Cells Ward Off Heart Disease?

We’re often judged by the clothes we wear. Your clothes may be the deciding factor on the first impression you make, landing a new job, or getting that promotion at work. Your cells also have “clothing” – a dynamic, specialized layer of sugars called the glycocalyx. As scientists learn more about this gel-like layer, they are also realizing its far-reaching roles in human health.
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Living Well to 120: A Fireside Chat with David Haase, MD

Your genes do not have to control your destiny. On the contrary, YOU actually have a massive influence on the number and quality of your days. Watch the video below for a heart-to-heart discussion with Dr. Haase on vibrant health and longevity.