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Theragun G3PRO
Are you looking for a state of the art self-massager designed for use anywhere, anytime? If so, I highly recommend checking out Theragun's portfolio of self-massagers (the newest one being the G3PRO). In this review, I'll provide you with exactly what you need to know about Theragun G3PRO, including pros and cons as well as how it's changed with each generation. RELATED: Theragun...
Natural Flavors in Food - 5 Critical Questions to Consider
If you read food labels, odds are you’ve stumbled across the ingredient natural flavors It is, after all, the fourth most common ingredient following salt, water, and sugar. Kind of crazy, right? I mean, salt, water, and sugar are basic, recognizable ingredients. Natural flavors, on the other hand, is a different story. This stirred up my pot of curiosity...
Latisse (bimatoprost ophthalmic solution) 0.03%
What if I told you that with a prescription eyedrop and an applicator brush, your eyelashes could grow thicker, darker, and longer in a matter of weeks? Yes, this is actually possible with the help of a product called Latisse! Latisse is used to treat an inadequate amount of eyelashes (i.e. hypotrichosis) and requires a prescription from a physician. In this...
Patients often ask what is the difference between a porcelain veneer, crown, and composite veneer? They also want to know which is the best option for their teeth? In this article, I'll review the difference between a veneer and a crown as well as highlight which is best for you.  First off, everyone is different and your decision needs to...
Curable vs Incurable STDs - Screening and Prevention
Discussing sexually transmitted diseases (aka STDs, sexually transmitted infections or STIs) can be very uncomfortable. The most important part of understanding STDs is learning about proper screening and prevention. In fact, it’s critical to know that with every sexual encounter you should use protection. And when I say protection, I mean condoms! Why? Other methods of contraception DO NOT...
Dietary cholesterol is found in animal products such as meat.
Heart disease is the number one cause of death for both men and women in the United States. One of the major risk factors for heart disease is high total blood cholesterol. Therefore, many people want to know how to keep their cholesterol in a healthy range. In the video below, Amanda Haney discusses the difference between dietary and blood cholesterol. She...
If you’ve been diagnosed with dry eye disease (also known as dry eye syndrome), you may be wondering... "Is there a prescription medication that can help improve my Dry Eye symptoms?" I’m happy to tell you, the answer is YES! In fact, there are now two FDA approved prescription medications that your eye doctor can use to treat your dry eye...
Daily vs Monthly Contact lenses: Glasses with daily contacts
If you’re a contact lens wearer, deciding between daily and monthly contact lenses can be a tough decision. With this in mind, let’s take a look at the pros and cons of each lens type! In the video below, Dr. Ryan Corte discusses the pros and cons of daily and monthly contacts. https://youtu.be/5BBR_ZT-TDk If you don’t like the video or want more information,...
Ophthalmologists - Primary Eye Surgeons
Have you ever wondered what's the difference between an ophthalmologist, optometrist, and optician? Honestly, all three titles start with "op" and a quick google search on the topic can be somewhat confusing. Known as the 3 O's of eye care, there are distinct similarities and differences between these professions. In this article, our team of eye care professionals breaks down...