Holistic Pain Management Interview with Dr. Sylvia Hesse

August 28, 2014

Wellness warrior and orthopedic medicine guru, Dr. Sylvia Hesse, www.sylviahessemd.com, strongly believes in a holistic approach in providing musculoskeletal medical care to her patients at her busy NYC practice. “Topical analgesic medication, like a cream, gel, patch, or spray, provides a welcome alternative for pain sufferers, including those who prefer to avoid the use of […]

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Pam Shriver’s Sweet Spot for Fitness

August 25, 2014

Born on the fourth of July, Pam Shriver epitomizes the American woman in all its red, white and blue glory.  A former tennis professional, mother of three and tennis broadcaster for ESPN, Pam is incredibly busy, but still squeezes in time for health and fitness. During her 19-year career starting in the late 1970’s and continuing […]

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Today’s “Seniors” Radiate Vibrancy and Good Health

August 18, 2014

August 21st is National Senior Citizens Day which was originally proclaimed by President Ronald Reagan in 1988.  On this day, we are encouraged to recognize and show appreciation for the value and contribution of senior people to home, family and society.  There is no doubt that our older generation deserves respect and admiration for all they […]

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YOU CAN’T BUY ME (BRAND) LOVE

August 11, 2014

Product brand managers worldwide huddle with their communications and public relations advisors to figure out how to get celebrities to try and be seen with their products.  As reported by Wikipedia, “celebrity branding is a type of branding, or advertising, in which a celebrity becomes a brand ambassador and uses his or her status in society to promote a product, service or […]

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Mind, Body and Spirit Holistic Therapies for Pain Management

August 4, 2014

The Institute of Medicine of the National Academics reports that about 100 million Americans experience long-lasting pain which is costing the nation at least $635 billion a year in medical bills, sick days and lost productivity.  More Americans are turning to over-the-counter (“OTC”) patches, creams, gels, foams and sprays to safely relieve pain as the […]

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