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Achieve Optimal Health, Your Ideal Body Weight, And Reverse Pre-Existing Conditions

Are you ready to achieve optimal health and finally shed that extra weight or reverse the pre-existing conditions that are so dangerous to your health? Don’t wait any longer. Our Lifestyle Modification Program starts on September 30th! With the Lifestyle Modification program, our team of physicians and registered dietitians are committed to helping you achieve … Continued

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COVID-19: Addressing the Infodemic

COVID-19: Addressing the Infodemic

Fear plays a significant role in pandemics, but it doesn’t have to. Let’s discuss the reaction to COVID-19, which is now being referred to as an “infodemic,” and how we can better understand it. What is an infodemic? The World Health Organization (WHO) defines an infodemic as “an overabundance of information — some accurate and some not — that makes it hard for … Continued

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Stay Safe As You Celebrate the Day

Thanksgiving is the official kick-off of the holiday season, and is traditionally celebrated with a gathering of family and friends and a turkey dinner with all the fixin’s. But sometimes the bird that is the centerpiece of the meal can lead to unhappy consequences for all involved. Your family physicians and internal medicine doctors at The Medical … 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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