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Studies Show New Ways to Treat Back Pain

Your chiropractic physicians at The Medical Group of South Florida hear it every day: “Oh, my aching back!” Often sufferers have tried every avenue medical science has to offer, from pain drugs to cortisone injections to traction. Some come to us on the verge of surgery. Some have even gone that route without relief. Fortunately, … Continued

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The Art of the Bath: For Your Health

Today, showers are a necessity, a way to get clean before work and/or bed. You might linger a bit longer than strictly necessary, but conscious of your schedule and trying to avoid wasting water, you force yourself to cut it short. But when was the last time you had a bath? A real bath. A … Continued

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Swimming Pool Infection On the Rise

In South Florida, swimming pools are as ubiquitous as sandals and sun hats, and this time of year, they’re pretty much in constant use. But the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a warning about a persistent parasitic infection that has doubled in the past few years, and it’s specifically linked to … Continued

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High Temps Can Bring Danger

High Temps Can Bring Danger

South Florida has been experiencing record-high temperatures this season, which can bring dangerous health impacts. The two most serious are heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Your primary care doctors and specialists at The Medical Group of South Florida always encourage our patients to exercise, because that’s one of the best ways to stay healthy. But … Continued

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Unusual Ways to Lower Your Blood Pressure

The very first thing your primary care doctors at The Medical Group of South Florida do when you come in for a visit is check your blood pressure. That’s because high blood pressure can cause heart attacks and strokes, and rarely produces detectable symptoms in sufferers until it has done serious damage. Other associated illnesses … Continued

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Is Diet Soda Unhealthy?

It looks as though water may be your best bet for quenching your thirst. A new study published last month in the American Heart Association’s journal Stroke, found that people who drink at least one artificially sweetened soda a day appear to have almost three times the risk for stroke or dementia compared to someone … Continued

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