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Augmented Reality and Medicine

Augmented Reality and Medicine

The future is now, thanks to science! As our technology advances and our digital world continues to develop, the line between the real world and the digital becomes increasingly blurred. One example of this blurring is augmented reality (AR). Through augmented reality, we can put parts of our digital world on top of our physical one. Typically, we think about augmented reality’s implications for entertainment, shopping experiences and social media. But beyond those industries, AR could completely reimagine how we experience and receive medical care.

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Gynecology and Women's Health: Dr. Rachel Spieldoch Shares What You Need to Know About It

Gynecology and Women’s Health: Dr. Rachel Spieldoch Shares What You Need to Know About It

The practice of gynecology and women’s health is highly personal for many women. It covers menstrual cycles, pregnancy, childbirth, gynecological cancers and treatments for gynecological issues. For many women, these are subjects they don’t easily share with their partners or even their doctors. As a physician specializing in gynecology and women’s health (and someone who truly understands it all), Dr. Rachel Spieldoch shared her knowledge and insights with Top Doctor Magazine on what to do if you’re feeling worried about any of these subjects.

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The Emerging Field of Regenerative Medicine by Dr. Ian White

Regenerative medicine is the fastest growing and most dynamic field to evolve out of the contemporary allopathic method of medicine. The current trajectory of medical evolution is unprecedented in our history and regenerative medicine is the driving influence guiding our advancements. But what is regenerative medicine?

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Augmented Reality and Medicine

Augmented Reality and Medicine

The future is now, thanks to science! As our technology advances and our digital world continues to develop, the line between the real world and the digital becomes increasingly blurred. One example of this blurring is augmented reality (AR). Through augmented reality, we can put parts of our digital world on top of our physical one. Typically, we think about augmented reality’s implications for entertainment, shopping experiences and social media. But beyond those industries, AR could completely reimagine how we experience and receive medical care.

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Holistic Healing through Complementary Medicine: An Interview with Dr. John P. Salerno, DO

Holistic Healing through Complementary Medicine: An Interview with Dr. John P. Salerno, DO

Dr. John P. Salerno, DO, is an innovator in the practice of complementary medicine. In his practice, the Salerno Center for Complementary Medicine in New York City, he provides his patients with holistic therapies and techniques that, along with their traditional medical treatments, speed their recovery. His medical approach treats the whole person—mind, body and spirit—not just a list of symptoms.

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You Are What You Eat: Is This Accurate?

You Are What You Eat: Is This Accurate?

You’ve likely heard the saying, you are what you eat. But is this scientifically sound or just an urban myth? The answer may both be surprising and more complicated than one would think. While what you eat doesn’t necessarily make you what you are, what you eat dramatically affects your physical and mental health, even at a cellular level.

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Nutrition's Impact on Hormones

Nutrition’s Impact on Hormones

Hormones are chemical messengers that help regulate many of the body’s processes, including growth and development, metabolism, sexual function and reproduction. With so many functions, it’s no surprise that hormone level imbalances can cause various issues.

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Practice and Teaching: An Interview with Dr. Jedediah V. Huss, DDS, DICOI

Practice and Teaching: An Interview with Dr. Jedediah V. Huss, DDS, DICOI

Dr. Huss practices at Moorpark Dental Group and Orthodontics in Moorpark, California. He is also the Founder & Clinical Director of Restored Smiles, a continuing dental education company. He splits his time between caring for and learning from his patients and traveling around the country conducting his training courses. He is the author of several articles related to dental implants and has lectured on implant dentistry.

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Vitamin D: The Key to Health

Vitamin D: The Key to Health

It’s easy to be overwhelmed by the number of vitamins and supplements available on the market. Read the labels on a few of them, and you begin to get the impression that every single one is critical to your health! When caught in this avalanche of information, it can be challenging to determine which vitamins will be most helpful to integrate into your health routine.

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Diet, Supplements & Lifestyle: The Game Changers in the Battle against COVID-19

Diet, Supplements & Lifestyle: The Game Changers in the Battle against COVID-19

Although it seems like COVID-19 has almost disappeared from the sphere of conversation, the battle isn’t over yet. Lives have radically changed to the point where life will never be the same again. As the battle rages, research has shown that adding supplements and lifestyle changes and diet changes can work to reduce the risk of COVID-19 and slowly heal from its effects.

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5 Energizing Foods for Spring

5 Energizing Foods for Spring

A new season is the best reason to try new and delicious food. Jumping from winter to spring can give you a big boost of energy. So why not try some foods that will provide you with that much-needed energy to start the new season?

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Blue Light Effects

Blue Light Effects

The time spent scrolling down the newsfeed or Facebook wormhole can be detrimental to your health. The blue light that radiates from items like phones, computers and other electronics can put your health in danger. But what exactly is blue light and its effects on overall health?

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Rarest Health Conditions in the World

Rarest Health Conditions in the World

The coronavirus has dominated the medical landscape for two years now. But COVID-19 is not the only disease we should be wary of. There are more than 6,800 known rare diseases with unknown causes. Many of these rare diseases lack a cure or effective treatment

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Top 3 Reasons to Get a Rhinoplasty

Top 3 Reasons to Get a Rhinoplasty

Rhinoplasty, commonly termed a ‘nose job,’ is one of the most common types of facial plastic surgery procedures to change the shape of your nose by modifying the cartilage or bone. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, rhinoplasties are some of the top plastic surgery procedures in the United States, with hundreds of thousands of procedures performed every year.

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A Green Mediterranean Diet May Positively Impact Your Health and the Planet

What exactly is a green Mediterranean diet? Essentially, it is a more plant-based version of the traditional Mediterranean diet, which has been shown to protect against heart disease, cancer and other chronic diseases. The green version of this diet includes plenty of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, beans and nuts.

Is There Such a Thing As Having Too Much Sex?

Romantic life is a healthy, fun and intimate part of any relationship and one of the best possible boosts to your emotional, mental and physical health. But is it possible to have too much sex? This is an important question that deserves to be addressed in terms of physical health, emotional maturity and mental wellbeing. So, what does the research say when it comes to having ‘too much sex?

Genetics and Your Health

Have you ever thought about your predisposition to certain diseases based on your family’s medical history? Some people may think that your chances of getting diseases or conditions are entirely up to lifestyle and fate. However, a significant portion of a person’s predisposition to certain medical conditions and diseases comes from genetics.

Sound/Music Therapy

Sound therapy can reduce anxiety, improve sleep quality and manage pain when used to its full potential. As a result, hospitals and other healthcare settings are increasing their use of sound therapy to support patients during their recovery. There are many different types of sound therapy, each with its unique benefits.

Is Mental Healthcare Less Accessible to Marginalized Communities?

Mental health is increasingly becoming a fundamental element of healthcare for all. But accessibility is a challenge the healthcare community is struggling to resolve. While some groups can take advantage of mental healthcare, marginalized communities have less access to it, thus worsening outcomes for those who have mental illnesses. Due to a lack of accessibility, Hispanic or Black Americans who live in historically marginalized communities cannot treat their mental illnesses as other Americans.

Long-Term Effects of Tanning Beds

Sometimes, achieving that most wanted look requires a visit to the tanning salon. And although the majority of people know the dangers of tanning, either indoors or outdoors, they still keep doing it. Therefore, people need to inform themselves and understand the dangers and long-term effects of tanning in tanning beds.

The Benefits of Ice Baths

Ice baths, also known as cold-water immersion, have become quite popular among athletes and fitness enthusiasts. You may have watched videos of athletes submerging into massive tubs or barrels filled to the brim with ice-cold water. It may seem odd or even unbearable for you, but ice baths bring many health benefits, especially after intense workouts, and they’re not just for professional athletes!

How Can Life Experiences Shape Food Preferences?

Many factors influence our tastes and preferences. Culture, religion, what we were taught when we were younger and even the country where you live can impact your food preferences.

The Imperative of Giving Back: An Interview with Dr. Emily Letran

Fast forward to the present day, the young girl, now a grown woman, has a successful career as a dentist, businesswoman, motivational speaker, private coach, marketing strategist, published author and humanitarian.
This is the story of Dr. Emily Letran, DDS.

You Are What You Eat: Is This Accurate?

You’ve likely heard the saying, you are what you eat. But is this scientifically sound or just an urban myth? The answer may both be surprising and more complicated than one would think. While what you eat doesn’t necessarily make you what you are, what you eat dramatically affects your physical and mental health, even at a cellular level.