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Mental Health

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) For Pain Management

By Linda Ritchie, PhD

We have all experienced pain at some point in our lives. Pain is an indicator that something is wrong and for that purpose it is ... Continue Reading

Periodontal Disease

By Margaret Stubblefield, DDS, FAGD

Research has discovered that if you have periodontal disease, you may have increased risk of coronary heart disease, stroke and infective endocarditis (IE). Periodontal disease ... Continue Reading


By Robert A. Fontana, L.C.S.W

There has been much written about forgiveness. The topic frequently asks us to consider questions like, “When is it appropriate to forgive, or when it ... Continue Reading

The "Mostly" Rule

By Robert A. Fontana, L.C.S.W

Last week a friend of mine who I hadn't seen for a while, asked if I could meet for lunch. When I arrived at the ... Continue Reading

Mindfulness For Modern Living

By Laurie Page, LPC

It is hard to watch a talk show, or read a magazine these days, without encountering someone extolling the virtues of “mindful meditation.” What was ... Continue Reading

Treatments For Breast Cancer

By Isabella Martire, MD, Board Certified In Oncology

One out of eight women over a lifetime will be diagnosed with breast cancer. Even though the incidence of this disease has gone up over ... Continue Reading

Lou Gehrig's Disease, ALS

By Young Yi, LAc, DOM

Treatment With Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture Due to the interest in better health and the many options and alternatives available, patients and their families maintain ... Continue Reading


By Sherri Kavazovic, Certified Clinical Thermographer

Information For Drivers, Pedestrians and Athletes An injury to the neck caused by a sudden movement of the head, backward, forward, or sideways, is commonly ... Continue Reading

Perfectly Beautiful

By Bahar Rowhani, DDS

In the past, many people simply lived with crooked teeth. Chips and stains were nuisances to be endured. Quite a few people were happy to ... Continue Reading

Owning Our Roles

By Robert A. Fontana, L.C.S.W

Many years ago in my High School drama class I received some harsh criticism by the teacher for performing a scene from a play rather ... Continue Reading
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