Yearly Archives: 2017

Effects of Low Testosterone in Women

Despite popularly being a “male” hormone, testosterone is actually prevalent in all human bodies, regardless of gender. While it is produced in smaller doses in women than in men, testosterone is still a vital hormone in a woman’s overall health. Processes testosterone play a part in include producing new red blood cells, enhancing and regulating …

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The Ageism Epidemic (and How To Fight Back)

Everyone who was young will one day be old, but today we live in a startlingly youth-obsessed culture. It’s one that discriminates against the elderly in ways that society would consider shocking if the same discrimination were launched against gays or people of color. Evidence of the Ageism Epidemic The elderly feel invisible Kyoko Hamada, …

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How Can Menopause Affect Your Quality of Life?

Over time, our bodies begin to change as we notice that we look and feel different than we used to. Hormone production declines to a point of deficiency, resulting in decreased libido, energy levels, fatigue, and weight gain. These are all signs leading to, and a result of, menopause. This week we will be discussing …

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How Does Weight Factor Into Wear and Tear On Our Joints?

Osteoarthritis, also known as degenerative joint disease, it is the most common chronic condition of the joints and the most common form of arthritis, affecting nearly 27 million Americans alone. Defined by the breakdown of protective cartilage on the ends of bones, osteoarthritis can affect any joint in the body, but primarily affects the hands, …

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Lifestyle Tips and Tricks to Defy Aging

The aging process — in all its contention — happens to everyone, as there is no fountain of youth or “Benjamin Button” therapies. The best therapies to consider, under current science, are anti-aging protocols and medicine from a specific anti-aging clinic. Complementing these therapies with lifestyle changes ensures lasting results and age defiance! Lifestyle habits …

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Kybella, A Solution for Submental Fat, AKA “The Double Chin”

Submental fat, or “double-chin”, represents a cosmetic change in patients in all ages and genders. Interestingly enough, it occurs regardless of body mass. This is because we have localized fat deposits all over our bodies, but because this one is under our chin and is in part of our facial outline, it is exceptionally noticeable. …

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Support Your Skin, Eat Collagen!

As science progresses, we continue to learn the advances of anti-aging properties and protocols. Now that you’ve booked an appointment with Rejuvime Medical for an anti-aging therapy, you’re getting excited for your first appointment, but you still want to get a head start on the process? There are some simple things to implement to help …

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Among The Sleep: Sleeping and Hormones

Everyone knows we need sleep. To some, it’s a biological waste of time that interferes with their fun and work, to others it’s literally the best part of the day. There’s a bit of mystery surrounding sleep – for example, scientists don’t even know why we actually need sleep (so, make that a lot of …

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It’s Not Me, It’s My Metabolism

Me·tab·o·lism noun the chemical processes that occur within a living organism in order to maintain life. A more detailed definition could be: the sum of the physical and chemical processes in an organism by which its material substance is produced, maintained, and destroyed, and by which energy is made available. A tertiary definition could be: …

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Six Common Myths and Misconceptions About Botox!

Thirty-seven years ago, Dr. Alan Scott introduced botulinum toxin-A as a solution to prevent eye spasms. It was extremely effective and was further utilized to correct all manner of facial spasms, even vocal ones. Botulinum toxin-A, or Botox, as it is known today, has become a household name, and treatment with Botox is now a …

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