Health & Wellness

We might think about water at the gym and the importance of staying hydrated, but may not think regularly about hydrating throughout the day. The consideration for hydration is especially important during the hot summer months and extremely important for seniors as they are especially prone to dehydration which could cause serious health problems.

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Beware of scams

As beautiful as this world can be, it can also be very cruel. Often criminals choose to violate those who they deem the most vulnerable and senior adults are often the target. Scams range from phone scams to cyber scams, but more often than not, every scam targeting seniors has one motive: to steal your money.

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Chrissy Thomas, RN, Cosmetic Nurse Injector, Anti-Aging Specialist

As we graduate another class of incredibly talented young skin care patients (aka- high school seniors), we want to pass along a few words of wisdom that we have learned along the way.

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Dr. Joshua Morris, MD

Drs. Cerletti and Bini performed the first electro-convulsive therapy (ECT) treatment in Italy in 1938. ECT is the oldest psychiatric treatment in psychiatry still in use. Since 1938, ECT has evolved significantly to optimize the balance between minimal side effects and maximum efficacy.

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Button Gwinnett Day signage

On April 11, 2018, I had the honor of participating on Georgia Gwinnett College's School of Health Sciences panel discussion titled, "Healthcare in the 80's and Beyond," at the Button Gwinnett Day Celebration. Fellow panelists included Dr. Lloyd Hofer, Medical Director of Gwinnett, Newton, and Rockdale Public Health, Dr. Greg Lang, Executive Director, Good Samaritan Clinic, and Pamela Garland, Chief Nursing Officer, Gwinnett Medical Center.

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