Blog Archive

Watch your numbers and take action. It’s motivating and It works. May 10th, 2019

Five key things to track to know your numbers: How many steps you take per dayMoving a lot improves every other heart-health measure and disease risk. We urge you walking up to 10,000 steps a day, or almost five miles. Another rule of thumb is to exercise 150 minutes per...

Allergy Season is here again! Apr 16th, 2019

We are excited that spring is here. There are many thinks to enjoy outdoors as the weather gets warmer and bloms and flowers are covering the landscape. This is nature's beaty at its finest … unless you suffer from allergies. Profuse nasal congestion, sneezes, runny nose, wheezes, itchy red eyes...

LASER TREATMENT OR BOTOX: WHICH IS BEST FOR YOU? Mar 21st, 2019

You know you’re ready for a little boost, but which treatment is right for you? Many of us start to ask when we start seeing the telltale signs of aging wrinkles, brown spots, fine lines, and other cosmetic problems. These signs of aging are normal, but they can affect our...

Cholesterol is both good and bad. Mar 5th, 2019

Cholesterol is both good and bad. At normal levels, it is an essential substance for the body. However, if concentrations in the blood get too high, it becomes a silent danger that puts YOU at risk of heart attack. A person with high cholesterol levels often has no signs or...

Turning back the clock with Laser resurfacing Mar 1st, 2019

The building blocks of smooth, youthful skin are elastin and collagen—with laser skin revitalization, pulses of light penetrate the skin’s sub-layers, treating its aging support structure. The body’s natural healing process then rebuilds the tissue, with even texture and fewer wrinkles.Using advanced technology helps people feel young and beautiful again....

High Blood Pressure threatens your health and quality of life Feb 27th, 2019

When your blood pressure is too high for too long, it damages your blood vessels – and LDL (bad) cholesterol begins to accumulate along tears in your artery walls. This increases the workload of your circulatory system while decreasing its efficiency. As a result, high blood pressure puts you at...