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Aging Gracefully: Maintaining Healthy Knees

Aging Gracefully: Maintaining Healthy Knees As we age, it is increasingly common for our knees to cause us problems. Osteoarthritis (thinning cartilage) is the leading cause of knee problems as we age. Here at Rejuvime, we want our patients and followers to know the best ways to keep those knees healthy. Today on the blog, …

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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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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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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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A Lasting Solution for Excessive Underarm Sweat!

Whether you are the kind of person who tends to sweat a lot or just a little, nothing is more embarrassing than underarm sweat stains and odor. Until recently, dealing with yellow stains on our white shirts or the chalky mess left behind by deodorants have just been part of life. Today, thanks to Miradry …

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Testosterone Myths: Female Edition

Last week, we promised in our most recent blog that we would include a full section on female-specific testosterone myths. Not being ones to disappoint, we rounded up some interesting facts and myths regarding testosterone hormone therapy for the more attractive gender. Some might be surprising, some might betray everything you know about hormones, and, …

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A Few Myths of Testosterone You May Not Know

Steroids certainly have a stigma associated with them despite their prevalent use for medicinal purposes. Some of it may have to do with high profile instances in professional sports or its sometimes negative portrayal in pop culture. In reality, steroids have been used for decades to treat conditions from arthritis to stunted growth in children. …

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A Personal Account of Hormone Replacement Therapy

Today, Rejuvime CEO and owner Chris Pixley discusses lifting the black cloud associated with hormone therapy and replacement. Chronicling his personal journey in being a hormone therapy patient as a backdrop, Chris quotes his own feelings in sharing and talking about his experience.“Your hormones are not something that’s in your direct control. It’s not a …

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