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Osteoporosis Prevention: Lifestyle Changes to Maintain Healthy Bone Density

Maintaining strong, healthy bones is crucial for overall well-being. Bone density, a measure of mineral content within bones, plays a significant role in this. As we age, bone density naturally declines, increasing the risk of fractures and osteoporosis, a condition characterized by weakened and brittle bones. In this blog, the

Instant result after one Sylfirm X RF microneedling treatment

Our RF Microneedling Sylfirm X Treatment Results

Sylfirm X is the newest advancement in Radiofrequency (RF) microneedling technology. It is the first – and only – FDA-cleared Pulsed Wave and Continuous Wave Radio Frequency Microneedling device that treats both loose, sagging skin and pigmentation. By targeting and treating abnormal blood vessels, this new technology is clinically proven

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Lyme Disease Syndrome – NIH News Release and Our Treatment Results

In a recent news release by the NIH, The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health, has awarded five projects for research aimed at better understanding Post-treatment Lyme Disease Syndrome (PTLDS). PTLDS encompasses a collection of symptoms, such as pain, fatigue, and

Instant result after one Sylfirm X RF microneedling treatment

Difference between Morpheus and Sylfirm X

Sylfirm X RF Microneedling treatment offers quicker performance, reduced downtime, and generally a less painful experience than Morpheus8.  The outcomes with Sylfirm X are more reliably predictable and enduring, allowing for repeated treatments to maintain results over an extended period. The effects of Sylfirm X become apparent relatively swiftly. In

Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity

Medical Research: Iron and Celiac Disease

According to a recent Medscape article: Can Iron Supplementation Protect Against Celiac Disease?, new data suggests that “Genetically lower iron levels were associated with an increased risk for celiac disease, pointing to a potential opportunity to prevent the disease”. Read how celiac disease is linked to several other medical conditions,

Is It Menopause or a Thyroid Problem?

As women move through their 40s and approach their 50s, lots of changes take place — many of them unfavorable. You may experience hair loss, chronic fatigue, forgetfulness, weight gain, and other generally unpleasant symptoms.  But how can you tell if you’re going through perimenopause or experiencing a thyroid problem? Both

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