February 1, 2012
Healing Effects of Hyperbaric Medicine

Every wound has a unique set of circumstances, but if your story sounds a lot like Connie Mattucci’s and you’re struggling with a wound that has not been healed within 30 days, you may want to talk to your doctor about exploring the help of a team of specialists at a local Wound Healing Center.

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By Dr. Anna Marie
February 1, 2012
Meet the Kramm Family

Just like any other parents, Kenny and Shelley Kramm could never have anticipated they would be the parents of a disabled child. While in the hospital, their newborn daughter, Hadley, was mistakenly given the wrong medication, according to the Kramms. Rather than pursuing a lawsuit, they turned all their attention to Hadley’s care.

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By Dr. Anna Marie
February 1, 2012
The Baltimore Orioles’ Jim Palmer

In 1990, Jim Palmer was accorded baseball’s highest honor by his election into the Baseball Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility. He received 92.6% of the 444 ballots cast by eligible members of the Baseball Writers Association of America. Of the eight pitchers elected in their first year of eligibility, he received the third highest percentage of votes. Jim Palmer is the only American League Hall of Fame pitcher to win the Cy Young Award three times as well as four Gold Glove Awards. A powerful persona in sports, Jim maintains a strong presence off the playing field through a variety of business, charity and personal interests.

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By Dr. Anna Marie
February 1, 2012
The NFL’s Trevor Pryce

Trevor W. Pryce (born August 3, 1975 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American football defensive end for the New York Jets in the National Football League. Pryce played college football at the University of Michigan before transferring to Clemson University. He was selected by the Denver Broncos in the first round (28th overall) of the 1997 NFL Draft.

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By Dr. Anna Marie
February 1, 2012
Exercise Expert Cathe Friedrich

Before there was Zumba, Tae Bo, Spinning or even Step Aerobics, fitness video pioneer Cathe Friedrich recognized the need to provide a simple, flexible, affordable and motivating way for Americans to exercise and stay fit. Nearly thirty years and over 170 DVDs later, thousands of people have credited Cathe Friedrich for helping them to transform their bodies and their lives with her videos and TV appearances.

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By Dr. Anna Marie
February 1, 2012
Pharmacists Bringing Balance Into Life

Pharmacists have become a very important part of the most sophisticated health care team ever assembled. Of course, they still prepare medicine to fill your prescriptions. But Pharmacist Butch Henderson is a great example of how today’s pharmacists are doing much more. They will council you on how to use your medicine correctly, they help prevent overdoses and dangerous drug interactions by tracking the amounts and combination of drugs you may be taking and some pharmacists are even educating people on how to incorporate essential vitamins, nutrients and supplements into their daily regimen to achieve a healthier lifestyle.

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By Dr. Anna Marie
February 1, 2012
Fit After Fifty

Think about it when you get into your forties and fifties – there’s such a strong emphasis in our country about getting prepared for retirement. I like to call them “freedom years.” But how about the lifestyle changes we all need to make to stay healthy and fit? I know many folks who get into their fifties and look in the mirror and they aren’t sure who they’re looking at because they’ve gotten so out of shape! how to bring balance into your boomer years and beyond is this week’s YOUR LIFE STORY.

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By Dr. Anna Marie
February 1, 2012
Health Benefits of Cranberries

The simple joy of kicking around the soccer ball with her son has been quite a challenge for Ann Marie Lane. Ann Marie’s active lifestyle sort of came to a halt five years ago when she was diagnosed with a painful bladder condition.

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By Dr. Anna Marie
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