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Archive for the ‘Brain Health’ Category

May 16th, 2015

First Things First

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Dr. David Kolbaba discusses symptoms our bodies are suffering due to the health of our adrenal glands including fatigue and salt cravings. In addition, Dr. K welcomes Trisha O’Hehir, international speaker, author, registered dental hygienist and expert in health issues related to mouth-breathing. She is also spokesperson for Xlear Sinus and Nasal Care and Spry Dental Products, both containing xylitol.  Sleep issues, brain function and stress are additional topics.

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May 2nd, 2015

Stay in the Game!

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When was the last time you felt healthy?  Dr. David Kolbaba discusses the ways we take ourselves out of living life to the fullest as we age. Even those of us who are young, develop limiting perspectives, a side effect of unhealthy lifestyles and hormone imbalance.  If you’re on the bench, get back in the game by choosing to live a higher level of health with help from our office.  Call our HealthQuest Radio Hotline at 800-794-1855 for more information or to schedule an appointment. Just do it!!

November 22nd, 2014

Healthcare in America

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Has your doctor prescribed a daily dose of baby aspirin for prevention of your cardiovascular issues?  Read “Put That Aspirin Down!” Dr. David Kolbaba shares the latest news about aspirin use for the prevention of heart attacks.  In addition, he explains the importance of progressive testing, especially for monitoring hormonal changes in the body.

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