Celebrate 2012 As You Plan For A Great 2013

We all talk about how fast time goes. We move on to the next thing so quickly. The Christmas tree is still up, but presents are put away, and my little son is dreaming of his Santa list for next year. We are back to work, and anticipating the next holiday. We tend to do…
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Shining Light On The Longest Night Of The Year: Winter Solstice

In the northern hemisphere, the Winter Solstice occurs on Dec. 21 or 22 and is a long tradition of celebrating the harvest. But it can also feel like one of the gloomiest times of the year, especially for those who suffer with seasonal affective disorder, or winter depression. It’s amazing to think that humans have…
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Oh, My Aching Head!

Anyone who has experienced a migraine knows how devastating they can be. Sometimes they go beyond just a headache and can cause other neurologic symptoms such as dizziness, decrease in vision, neck pain or sinus issues. In fact, many of the patients I see for sinus and allergy issues have migraines as well. They can…
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