Stop Worrying About Thinning Hair

Natalie Buscemi Articles, Dermatology, Hair Restoration

    There are several treatment options you can start right now to keep— and in some cases regrow— your hair.  All you must do is be committed enough to try them. The most obvious and most common treatment is, …

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The One Superfood You’ve Probably Forgotten

Andrew Simon Articles, fruits and vegetables, Healthy Living, Nutrition, Recipe, Recipes

In health and wellness circles, discussions around “superfoods” are all the rage these days. The antioxidant power of blueberries… The fiber, calcium, and iron of kale… The probiotics of Greek yogurt, and amino acids of quinoa… …The list could go …

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Do you have both PAD & Venous Insufficiency?

Andrew Simon Articles, Ulcer, Vein Health, Veins

We’ve talked about venous insufficiency and how it relates to other conditions in the past (read it here!) but what about if you have Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD)? First, let’s break down the difference between venous insufficiency and PAD. We …

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Allure Medical is Opening An Office in West Bloomfield, MI

Tiffany Wisnieski Announcements, Articles, Cosmetic Solutions, Hormone Replacement, Press Release, Veins

Allure Medical Opening Office in February 2018 The Michigan based company made it on Detroit Free Press’s Top Places to Work, Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Companies in America and was also featured in The Huffington Post. Allure Medical, Michigan’s largest practice …

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Arkansas is First State Requiring Insurance to Cover Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine for State Employees New Law Expected to Save $100 Million Dollars

Andrew Simon Announcements, Articles, Healthy Living, Press Release, stem cells

  by Dr. Charles Mok Regenerative therapy is a term that is gaining popularity and becoming more and more mainstream.  It refers to using the body’s own natural healing process to treat conditions, such as arthritis.  It now appears that …

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The 80/20 Rule

Andrew Simon Articles, Healthy Living, Nutrition, Uncategorized

Workout is 20% and Nutrition is 80% In the modern society, there is a significant shift in the society’s inclination towards healthy living. In particular, people are more concerned with what they eat and the exercise they get than they …

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How Do Diet Beverages Fare for Weight Control?

Andrew Simon Articles, Fat and Cellulite, Healthy Living, Nutrition, Skin Care, Uncategorized

by Dr. Charles Mok So let’s talk about dieting. The American “diet” (noun) has led to a host of problems, not the least of which is the increase of obesity and obesity-related diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, cancer, heart disease…and …

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The Beneficial Blueberry Mist Smoothie

Andrew Simon Articles, fruits and vegetables, Healthy Living, Nutrition, Smoothie

  The blueberry mist was made out of coconut milk, blueberries, banana and coconut flakes. The key to using these four ingredients is that they are loaded with nutrients and specific benefits to your health. Breakfast is my favorite meal …

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Stem Cells and Stroke

Natalie Buscemi Articles, Healthy Living, stem cells

Can others benefit as Gordie Howe did? When hockey great Gordie Howe had a stroke in 2014, he was flown to Mexico for stem cell therapy. His family reported impressive results in his speech, mobility and vigor. A stroke as a …

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Let’s Talk Sex: Testosterone for Women

Andrew Simon Articles, Healthy Living, Hormone Replacement, Uncategorized

Testosterone for women: The real story In 1996 Pfizer, a large pharmaceutical company, filed a patent for Viagra in the United States. In March 1998 the FDA approved the drug to treat men with erectile dysfunction. It became an instant …

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A Vicious Cycle: Low Testosterone and Weight Gain

Andrew Simon Articles, Fat and Cellulite, Healthy Living, Hormone Replacement, New Technology, Uncategorized

If your testosterone is low you’re going to get fat.   There’s been increasing understanding between the connection of low testosterone and weight gain. Questions have remained such as, “which came first, the low testosterone or the weight gain?”  It …

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Legs & Fingers Crossed

Nicole Stapp, MSN, WHNP-BAC Articles, Uncategorized

  Learn how Allure Medical’s LadyLase treatment is helping women live life with more confidence. Does the thought of a cough, sneeze, laugh or bounce have you crossing your legs and hoping for the best? You can take solace in …

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