Reasons You May Want To See A Neurologist

Posted on: 5 May 2020
Most people do not spend a lot of time thinking about going to the doctor at all, let alone whether or not they should go see someone like a brain specialist. However, brain specialists, also known as neurologists, can provide people with numerous benefits and treatments that can help them with their daily lives. Most people just don't realize when they should go schedule a neurologist appointment. Get to know some of the reasons that you might want to see a neurologist.
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Lost Substantial Weight? Consider Body Contouring

Posted on: 30 April 2020
You've been working diligently on losing weight for years, and you are finally near your goal weight. However, there's one problem: you have a lot of loose skin that is now preventing you from having the body you always imagined you'd have after weight loss. Luckily, there is a solution — a procedure called body contouring. Here's a look at the basics to help you determine if this is a good next step for you.
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Aging Isn't The Only Cause Of Low Testosterone: How Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy Can Help With Hypogonadism

Posted on: 19 March 2020
Men's bioidentical hormone therapy is most commonly associated with older men who have decreased testosterone levels due to aging. However, that's not the only application where hormone therapy can be a useful therapeutic tool. Men who have hypogonadism also have low levels of testosterone, and this can happen at any age. Replacing testosterone with its bioidentical equivalent can help reduce the common symptoms of depression, fatigue, and erectile dysfunction. If you think that you may have hypogonadism, read on to find out more about the condition and how men's bioidentical hormone therapy can help.
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Does Your Family Travel Frequently? 3 Ways to Find a Baby Doctor That Fits Your Lifestyle

Posted on: 18 March 2020
Your baby's first year of life involves many new leaps in their development, and traveling gives them a unique view of the world that helps them grow. While your jet-setting lifestyle may be what you believe is best, it can create some challenges for helping your child develop a strong relationship with their pediatrician.  Children need to visit the doctor several times during their first year of life. Although checkups tend to be annually after your child hits one year of age, they will still need regular care for those common illnesses that tend to show up.
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