Act Quickly to Join Our Yin Yoga Classes

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Sorry for this late notice, but we’ve managed to squeeze in another set of Yin Yoga classes for the next few months.  The first 3 week series starts tomorrow, 9/9/11!  For this fall, the class has been extended to 90 minutes, from 5:30-7pm on Friday evenings. The first series runs 9/9, 9/16 and 9/23.  The next series is a 4 […]

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Save These Dates

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First, for those of us on the East Coast, I hope everyone did well through the storm this weekend.  We lost a large tree at the end of the driveway, but it fell into a gully near the canal, not toward the house or the cars.  No electricity during the day yesterday, though, as PECO worked to repair our grid. […]

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Want To Feel Better About Your Dexa Scan?

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There has been a lot of “hoopla” around bone density testing and treatment for osteoporosis in the past few years.  After many years of popularity, bisphosphonates like Fosamax are now being viewed with much more skepticism and concern by both the public and many health professionals alike.

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Update on Beth Rotondo Hadrava

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For those of you who would like to share in our remembering and honoring Beth, we now have the details of the family’s plans:

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Beth Rotondo Hadrava

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Many of you have met and worked with Beth over the years.  Some of you may have known that she’s been ill for several months.  Some of you may not know that she passed over yesterday around noon.

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Resistant Starch: Weight Loss Miracle?

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Ok, there’s a simple rule of thumb—if you see the words “weight loss” and “miracle” in the same sentence, you should get your guard up.  A recent book promoting a new weight loss plan bases it’s premise on increasing your intake of resistant starch to fill your belly without absorbing calories and shrinking fat cells in the process.

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Eating to Spare Your Liver

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I suppose the term “non-alcoholic fatty liver disease” isn’t a day to day component of most people’s conversation.  It is, however, the single most common progressive liver disease in this country.  There is a spectrum ranging from simple fatty liver that has no symptoms all the way to cirrhosis.  Why would this be the topic of a column relating to […]

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Welcome to Our New Blog

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You know, I just started out to be a good doc.  I just wanted to take care of people, help them get and stay well, get to know them a bit better.  21 years ago, I didn’t realize that what I would actually be doing is talking for a living. The root word for “doctor” comes from the word for […]

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