Handling Arthritis Pain

July 6, 2020

by Dr. Bob Arnot (NAPSI)—Over the course of my career as a physician, chief medical correspondent and war correspondent, I’ve been exposed to a wide variety of pain management drugs and approaches. One thing I’ve seen is that the United States is much more reliant on taking pills for pain than the rest of the […]

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Dr. Bob Arnot Recommends an FDA Approved Topical Patch for Pain Relief

June 29, 2020

Please find the following article originally published by EMaxHealth. By Timothy Boyer Ph.D. May 20 2020 – 5:39pm We would like to provide this update and information service about a new over-the-counter topical pain relief patch and topical gel approved by the FDA and recommended by chief medical correspondent Dr. Bob Arnot. Past Pain Management Problems Begat […]

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Applying for Disability Benefits with Arthritis

June 22, 2020

This blog is a guest post provided by Cendy Moliere of Disability Benefits Help. According to the Arthritis Foundation, over 53 million Americans are affected by some form of arthritis. While arthritis is more common in older individuals, arthritis can afflict anyone at any time, causing crippling levels of pain, swelling, impaired mobility, and other […]

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Meet Skin Savior: Dr. Baumann

June 15, 2020

Dr. Leslie Baumann, dermatologist, researcher and author of several books on cosmeceuticals and skincare has specially trained over 200 medical providers (most are dermatologists) to use a scientific method to choose the best products from over 45 brands and match them to your Baumann Skin Type.  She has written 3 bestselling books on skincare and […]

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Health Coach is ‘Poster Child’ for Self-Healing

June 1, 2020

Kimberly Lackey is an Integrative Health Coach and founder of Empath Coaching and a walking poster child for self-healing. While battling cancer and going through menopause at 25 years old, then later facing life in a wheelchair after being diagnosed with reactive arthritis and going through a divorce, she continued to receive answers from medical and psychological professionals that simply didn’t feel […]

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Balancing Fitness with Motherhood: Sloane Davis

May 20, 2020

Sloane Davis, a Certified Nutritionist and Personal Trainer, has helped thousands of men and women, around the world get in top shape both mentally and physically. Sloane has her undergraduate degree in Bachelor of Arts from Syracuse University and became accredited through ISSA with her degree in Sports Nutrition and Personal Training. She works online […]

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How a Welltech Space Can Decrease Healthcare Provider Burn-out

May 11, 2020

Meet Dr.Tasha Holland-Kornegay, a Licensed Mental  Health Clinician and founder of  Wellness In Real Life (WIRL), a welltech space aimed at decreasing health care provider burnout. Dr. Holland-Kornegay created a platform that she personally needed. Having wrestled with a formidable case of burnout, she knew that the high-stress environment that healthcare professionals work in can […]

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How One Mountain Climber “Climbs Over” Pandemic

May 4, 2020

With trips to Mount Everest canceled for this spring season, Andrew Hughes was devastated at this news as he prepared to attempt an exceptional back-to-back climb of Mount Everest and Lhotse. Andrew recently returned as the fastest and first American man to ever complete the Antarctica Trifecta in a single season by Skiing the Last Degree to the South Pole […]

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Staying Fit in Your Home during COVID-19

April 27, 2020

As the nation continues to self isolate and access to our neighborhood gym is verboten, it’s time to try some home-work-outs.    Whether you are accessing some cool new free fitness apps, a home exercise video, or have access to some exercise equipment in your home, now is the time to exercise to help relieve stress.  […]

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