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Routine Blood Tests & Homocysteine | Part I

Anyone interested in keeping tabs on their health status will want a routine blood test. A routine blood test can give you a bigger picture of your health, any red flags to keep an eye on, and can show which supplements you should pick up from your favorite vitamin and supplements store. A decent, routine, […]

“Is Sitting the New Smoking?”

Do we need a ball chair, an expensive ergonomic wonder chair, a treadmill desk, a standing desk or all of the above? You have, no doubt, seen this discussion in every major news and lifestyle outlet, so let’s talk about sitting. James Levine of the Mayo Clinic was looking at the question of why some […]

Anesthesia and Dementia and/or Alzheimer’s | Part II

In our last blog, we discussed Post-Operative Cognitive Decline or POCD and the research linking Alzheimer’s (AD) and Dementia to anesthesia. In this blog, we’ll discuss further relationships and what you should know about POCD.