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AZ Health: Avoiding Relapse During the Holidays


Holiday season is almost upon us, and with that comes parties and festivities to celebrate. While it is known as the most wonderful time of year, these next couple of months can be quite stressful and even triggering for recovering addicts. The pressure of having to socialize in large groups with alcohol so readily available can create a very dangerous and tempting environment for someone...


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It's More Common Than You Might Think

What do millions of Americans have in common with stars like super model Gigi Hadid and Sex and the City’s Kim Cattrall? Two not-so-sexy words: thyroid issues. Whether you’re more of a Samantha, Charlotte, Miranda, or Carrie, there’s a good chance—1 in 8, to be exact—that someone at your brunch table will experience thyroid issues. Don’t worry: celebs aren’t the only ones who can overcome these common disorders. Drs. John Robinson and


How to Keep Your Kids Healthy this School Year


As Fall approaches, it is back to school time. While parents are out shopping for school clothes and supplies, it is important to remember to get their children's health checked. Your child's health is important and should be maintained throughout the school year. Here are a few suggestions to ensure your child stays healthy.


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Children should get a physical exam done and get the appropriate immunizations. Immunizations will strengthen...


Spice Up Date Night

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When you are looking to spice up your date night, The Sex Docs have you covered. They put together a menu to take your next evening in to the next level. The best part? All the foods are keto-friendly, meaning you can indulge without the guilt. The ketogenic diet shifts metabolic activity as a means of losing weight and gaining energy. Get a taste for decadence with this menu of five foods that’ll stimulate your senses, courtesy of Drs. Cristina Bosch and


Cookoo for Coconut Oil: Should You Stay Away?



The American Heart Association has recently released an article advising against the use of coconut oil. The Dietary Fats and Cardiovascular Disease Advisory conducted research on saturated fats, and, in seven out of seven trials that were conducted, researchers found that coconut oil increases LDL cholesterol which is “bad cholesterol” and can also lead to cardiovascular disease.

However, there is always two sides to every story and local certified nutritionist,

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