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Is the Fat Gone for Good After Liposuction?

Is the Fat Gone for Good After Liposuction?

Published on May 8, 2019 by

Many people wonder if liposuction permanently removes fat from the area in which it is performed. Liposuction is a procedure involving long tubes, called cannulas, hooked up to a suction machine, that suck fat from unwanted bulging areas of the body to result in a better contour of the body’s shape.  The procedure is especially helpful

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The Secret to Getting a Flat Stomach

Published on February 18, 2019 by

Have you given up on getting that flat stomach that you’ve always wanted since you were a teenager? Fear no more, there are ways to get that stomach, but it won’t happen overnight and not without some effort on your part.   Weight-loss and Diet If you’re overweight, the first thing you have to do

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Lung Power and Aging

Published on January 10, 2015 by

We all know that you need to breathe to stay alive. But have you ever thought about what happens to your lungs as you get older. The truth is that lung function declines as you get older. Studies from the 1970’s have shown this way back then. It’s actually shocking that most of the medical

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Keep “PACE” with Your Health

Published on January 10, 2015 by

Exercising has always been an essential part of a lifetime of healthy living. If you embrace a healthy lifestyle, studies have shown an up to 80% reduced risk of developing degenerative medical conditions [1] and incorporating regular exercise into your lifestyle plays a major part. Unfortunately, most Americans don’t exercise enough, and there is always

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Lifestyle Changes for Longer Telomeres: Lose Weight, Eat Right, Exercise

Published on October 15, 2014 by

The first action you can do to decrease inflammation is to reduce your weight to a normal weight. This is especially true if you are considered obese, i.e. a BMI >30. Too much fat causes inflammation to occur everywhere in your body. This inflammation shortens telomeres, potentially shortening your life. The more body fat your

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Preventing Dementia and Neurological Disease

Published on September 7, 2014 by

Nobody wants to develop Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, dementia, or any other brain degenerative disease as we grow older. Of course, you want to grow older, but you want to grow older with good brain function. If there is something you can do to prevent these from happening, would you do them? And there are

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Boost Your Brain Power and Memory

Published on December 28, 2013 by

Every day I see patients who say their memory is just not as good as it used to be and they want help to boost their brain power. If you suffer the same problem, there are a number of actions you can do to boost your brain power. First, regular exercise is essential. Multiple studies

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Social Media Drive People to Cosmetic Surgery

Published on July 10, 2012 by

Cosmetic Surgery outcomes have been seen to be infectious to many people who witness excellent improvements on faces, breasts and other body parts of friends, colleagues and acquaintances after surgery. They look at themselves in the mirror, feel dissatisfied and wonder if they should go for cosmetic procedures. Yet, fear of surgery and recovery process,

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Avoid Sugar to Slow Down Aging

Published on June 6, 2012 by

Eating too much sugar has long been known to have ill effects on human health. But sugar is not easy to avoid as it adds great taste to food and drinks and can be quite addictive. To avoid sugar and yet have tasteful meals and snacks on daily basis may require extra effort in the

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Studies Confirm Positive Effects of Exercise

Published on April 2, 2012 by

“How can one keep well physically and mentally?” —among other queries on health challenging the human mind, the one related to keeping well would rank near top of the list.  As many studies go on, one factor emerges time and again as crucial, within a host of several factors influencing human health. That one factor

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