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Can Hormones Make You Fat?

Natalie Buscemi Men's Health, Testosterone, Testosterone Replacement, Uncategorized

Hormones are one of many chemical messengers the body uses to regulate its various processes. your mood to your hairline to your waistline Hormones are playing a bigger role than you think. For hormones to be most effective, they need …

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What Causes Spider Veins in the Face

Matt Hirsch Uncategorized

As you age, you may notice tiny but noticeable veins appearing on your face and legs. These tiny, swollen, and twisted veins are usually a reddish-purple color, and they appear right below your skin. These veins can look very similar …

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Why Most Vein Treatments are Expensive and Don’t Work but They’re Still Popular

Andrew Simon Ulcer, Uncategorized, Veins

As we discussed in our previous post,  “Just How Bad is Ugly Legs”, experts suggest that the annual U.S. taxpayer burden for vein-related ulcers is about $14.9 billion and climbing. Given how painful and expensive “ugly legs” can be, what if …

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Just How Bad is “Ugly Legs”?

Andrew Simon Ulcer, Uncategorized, Veins

As we described in a previous post, we focus on treating the most typically under served patients. These are patients who have a CEAP score of C4 and higher. We tend to refer to these patients as having “ugly legs.”   …

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Atrophie Blanche Associated with Venous Insufficiency

Natalie Buscemi Ulcer, Uncategorized, Veins

What is Atrophie Blanche? Atrophie blanche is a dermatologic finding characterized by white-or-light- colored patches of skin in regions with darker discoloration. This is a result of necrosis and the replacement of necrotic tissue with fibrin deposits and collagen.  As discussed …

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How Do Diet Beverages Fare for Weight Control?

Andrew Simon 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 …

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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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What Do You Know About Melanoma?

Tiffany Wisnieski Dermatology, Healthy Living, Skin Care, Uncategorized

By: Dr. Mariana Atanasovski, Dermatologist at Allure Medical May is melanoma awareness month. So how much do you know about the deadliest skin cancer?  Although new breakthroughs in the treatment of melanoma are being made, the latest and greatest treatment options …

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Feel fresh with this Spring Time Cleanse!

Andrew Simon Uncategorized

Thanks to Dr. Annette Aquino, we have a powerful 7 day cleanse that will leave you looking and feeling radiant, just in time for summer! Dr. Aquino has a degree in Nutritional Sciences and Osteopathic Medicine. She works passionately with …

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Performing Life Saving Surgeries Miles Away From Home

Tiffany Wisnieski Uncategorized

Our Experience in Palpa, Peru A group of doctors and medical staff from Allure travel to bring life-saving care to the needy by Dr. Charles Mok As many of you have been following on the Allure Medical social media pages, …

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New Boston University Study Shows Long-Term Benefits of Testosterone Replacement Therapy

Andrew Simon Uncategorized

In a new study, Boston University’s School of Medicine reports that long-term testosterone replacement therapy reduces mortality in men by up to 92 percent. Published on February 9, 2017 in the Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology and Therapeutics, this study followed …

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