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AZ Health: Treating Families, the Sustainable Approach

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Through evidenced-based practice, we know that the families that experience the healthiest changes are those committed to doing the work that is required for a family to heal. The goal is to create a treatment plan that holds the entire family system accountable, creating a recovery process with minimal chaos, long-term focus, monitoring to ensure compliance and inclusion at the...

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Ask Dr. Marc Malek: What Happens After Breast Augmentation Surgery?

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Top plastic surgeon Dr. Marc Malek gives AFM the 411 on everything you need to know about what happens after breast augmentation surgery. 

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Ask Dr. Marc Malek: Which Type of Breast Implant is Best?

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From silicone to saline, Dr. Marc Malek gives AFM the 411 on everything you need to know about the different types of implants and which is right for you.

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Is Breast Augmentation for You? 5 FAQ With Dr. Marc Malek

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Dr. Marc Malek has been practicing for more than 12 years in the Valley of the Sun as a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon. Dr. Malek and his team at Dr. Marc Malek Plastic Surgery follows the motto, “In Every Body there is a Work of Art.” As a top plastic surgeon, Dr. Malek works with each patient to achieve enhanced results that complement his or her natural features. It’s no wonder he’s the best doctor for breast augmentation and breast implant revision in the Valley.

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Drugs Are Killing Our Youth: When to Call For a Clinical Family Intervention

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According to top rehabilitation facility research, the percentage of high school seniors who admitted to using Vicodin and Oxycontin at least once in the last year was 9.6 percent and 5.2 percent, respectively. It is common for opiate abuse to begin with these two substances.

Most of these young adults don’t have their use detected while on prescription drugs; yet, because of increased unavailability and exorbitant price (as much as $50 per pill), the natural segue is to move on to street heroin. This is an even uglier descent down the addiction ladder. We now have an epidemic of deaths linked to Fentynol-laced street...

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