Diabetes Mellitus (Type 1) May Have New Treatment Options

Diabetes Mellitus (Type 1), also known as insulin-dependent diabetes, and juvenile diabetes, affects approximately 3 million people nationwide, at a cost of nearly $15 billion annually. Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune condition that involves the body’s autoimmune destruction of the insulin producing beta cells in the pancreas. The inability to produce insulin effectively leads […]

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Weight Loss Success Stories!

Weight Loss Success Stories! When it comes to health and wellness, we do our best to “practice what we preach” in the office.  Our family follows a gluten/dairy/soy/corn free diet 95+% of the time, and it has become a habit of health that we have decided to follow.  For family gatherings, special events, or other […]

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Epilepsy, Food Sensitivities, and Heavy Metal Toxicity

Epilepsy, Food Sensitivities, and Heavy Metal Toxicity November has been selected as “Epilepsy Awareness Month” according to the Center for Disease Control.  This year, their focus is on seizure recognition and first aid. There are four main categories of seizures include: •    Generalized Seizures – affect entire brain •    Partial Seizures – affect part of […]

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