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The Right Way To Lose Weight

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If you want to lose weight then you want to change the way you eat. However, you don’t want to consider yourself as “going on a diet”. Instead, you want to think of your new way of eating as a new way of life. This mentality will help you to change the way you eat for the long haul. When you decide to take control of your weight and change your eating habits, you want to keep the following tips in mind: Read More»

4 Tips To Help You Recover From Hip Replacement Surgery

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Your hips are essential for proper movement, but unfortunately several situations can cause hip problems. An orthopaedic specialist, like those at Martin Medical Center, may recommend a hip replacement if you suffer from osteoarthritis, have a hip fracture or injury, or bone tumors. A hip replacement is a major surgery, but with proper care and an effort on your part, you can make a full recovery. Use the following tips to help you recover from your hip replacement: Read More»

4 Types of Liposuction to Choose From

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If you have excess fat that you can’t seem to get rid of with diet and exercise, you might be considering liposuction. While this type of cosmetic surgery is very effective, there are a lot of new technologies and techniques that can perform liposuction. Here are four different techniques that are different from the traditional method of liposuction. Laser Liposuction The first type of liposuction you can get is called laser liposuction. Read More»

4 Features To Look For In Your First Hearing Aid

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Do you need a hearing aid? Is this your first time shopping for one? If it has been recommended that you need a hearing aid, then your audiologist has probably given you some suggestions on what to look for. The size of the hearing aid that you need is usually dependent on the severity of your hearing loss. If you have a mild-to-moderate loss, you may be able to get an aid that is small and fits inside your ear canal. Read More»

Three Myths Surrounding Certified Nurse Midwives

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When thinking about delivery options, expectant mothers have a lot of choices to choose from. If you’re considering working with a Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM), read on to learn about the myths associated with them, and the truths behind them. Myth #1: If I Work With a Midwife, I Cannot Deliver In A Hospital When working with a CNM to deliver your child, you have many options available to you. The majority of CNM deliveries occur in a medical setting (hospital or birth center). Read More»