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Healthy Living: Tumor Removal

Patients with colon tumors, or colorectal cancer, may sometimes face a difficult treatment depending upon the location and size of the lesion.

In Healthy Living, we show you how a newly FDA-approved flex robotic scope is helping colorectal surgeons see and remove tumors in a minimally-invasive way. 

Although Kelly’s tumor was benign, surgeons can use the robot for the removal of cancerous lesions.

Dr. Salgado says patients with advanced rectal cancer are not good candidates for this surgery right now, but it may be an option in the future.


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Article source: https://www.9and10news.com/2018/07/13/healthy-living-tumor-removal/

Healthy Living – July 10, 2018

BANGOR, Maine (WABI) - Despite considerable effort and significant therapeutic advances, age-related macular degeneration (AMD) remains the most common cause of blindness in the developed world.

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Progressive late-stage AMD with outer retinal degeneration currently has no proven treatment, and there has been significant interest in the possibility that cellular treatments may slow or reverse visual loss in AMD. A number of modes of action have been suggested, including cell replacement and rescue, as well as immune modulation to delay the neurodegenerative process. Their appeal in this enigmatic disease relate to their generic, non-pathway-specific effects. The outer retina in particular has been at the forefront of developments in cellular regenerative therapies being surgically accessible, easily observable, as well as having a relatively simple architecture. Both the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) and photoreceptors have been considered for replacement therapies as both sheets and cell suspensions.

Studies using autologous RPE, and to a lesser extent, foetal retina, have shown proof of principle. A wide variety of cell sources have been proposed with pluripotent stem cell-derived cells currently holding the center stage. Recent early-phase trials using these cells for RPE replacement have met safety endpoints and hinted at possible efficacy. Animal studies have confirmed the promise that photoreceptor replacement, even in a completely degenerated outer retina may restore some vision. Many challenges, however, remain, not least of which include avoiding immune rejection, ensuring long-term cellular survival and maximizing effect.

Article source: http://www.wabi.tv/content/news/Healthy-Living---July-10-2018-487804021.html

Free Run Club and More Healthy Living with ASICS

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Article source: http://t2conline.com/free-run-club-and-more-healthy-living-with-asics/

Healthy Living: Opiod concerns, the role of doctors prescribing the drugs


Oxycodone is the generic name for a range of opoid pain killing tablets. Prescription bottle for Oxycodone tablets and pills on wooden table for opioid epidemic illustration

Oxycodone is the generic name for a range of opoid pain killing tablets. Prescription bottle for Oxycodone tablets and pills on wooden table for opioid epidemic illustration

In this week’s “Healthy Living” semgnet, Marni Hughes focuses on the role of doctors in prescribing opioids.

As you know, the opioid epidemic has been impacting communities and families nationwide. Dr. Mike Hooten with the Mayo Clinic says there are times when prescribing opioids is safe and times when it puts the patient (and others) at risk.

Dr. Hooten says the medical community needs to take all factors into consideration when coming up with a patient plan, including substance abuse and family history of addiction, environment and stress. He also says it’s important doctors and patients share a goal of managing pain and not eliminating pain.

Article source: https://q13fox.com/2018/07/11/healthy-living-opiod-concerns-the-role-of-doctors-prescribing-the-drugs/

Healthy Living 2018

Article source: http://www.journal-advocate.com/specialsections/ci_32001277/Healthy-Living-2018

Healthy Living: Supplement Dangers

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Article source: https://www.illinoishomepage.net/the-morning-show/healthy-living-supplement-dangers/1296347718

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Dozens attend Westfield social event, supporting healthy living





WESTFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Westfield Mayor Brian Sullivan was among the walkers in Westfield Tuesday night at the Columbia Greenway Rail Trail.   

The rail trail has organized these summer time, Tuesday night events to highlight the benefits of biking, walking and meeting new people in a healthy activity.

Board member for the Columbia Greenway Rail Trail, Alyce Flyte told 22News, “The bicyclists traditionally go down to Shaker Farms and return, which is about two miles. And then 2 miles back. The walkers go to the first bridge which is about a mile and a mile back.”

These healthy social events take place every Tuesday night at 6 p.m. during the summer at The Columbia Greenway Rail Trail in Westfield.

Article source: https://www.wwlp.com/news/local-news/hampden-county/dozens-attend-westfield-social-event-supporting-healthy-living/1294741655

Healthy Living: Carle Mobile Health Unit


In the past several years, Carle’s approach to accessing healthcare has expanded. Their new Mobile Health Clinic is another avenue to ensuring that care is an option for every member of the Champaign-Urbana community. Jonathan Woods, RN, executive director, Community Health Initiatives, is here to talk about who will benefit from this new approach.

So first of all, tell us where we will be seeing this clinic?

* Neighborhoods through C-U that have difficulty reaching a brick and mortar location

* With community partners, we’ve identified neighborhoods with the most critical healthcare needs * Find the mobile clinic schedule at carle.org/mobilehealthclinic

Who can you see?

* Infants through adults

* Expertise for the whole family including Obstetrics/Gynecology

* All visits, outside of Obstetrics/Gynecology (OB/GYN), are available upon arrival

* Care is based on medical priority

What services are provided?

* Treatment of minor illnesses like you would see at primary care or convenient care

* Basic wellness care and assessments

* School/preschool physicals and immunizations

* Basic lab testing

What’s unique about this clinic and your approach?

* A dedicated team of physicians, providers and social workers on staff

* Access to Electronic Medical Records for Carle patients and ability for partnering providers to access records via a portal

* Addressing the root cause of health concerns through chronic condition screening and education

* Connection to supportive services in the community

* Encourage connection with primary care throughout the community not just Carle providers

How are you ensuring care is accessible to all?

* Wheelchair accessible

* Translation services

* Patients who qualify can enroll in Carle’ s robust financial assistance programs

Can you show me a few highlights of the facility?

* State-of-the-art

* Great use of space for registration, specimen collection, getting vital signs and getting an exam

* Two exam rooms

Where can you learn more?

Carle Mobile Health Clinic carle.org/mobilehealthclinic

217-365-7928

 

To schedule an OB/GYN appointment, call 217-383-3200

Article source: https://www.illinoishomepage.net/the-morning-show/healthy-living-carle-mobile-health-unit/1293924902

Healthy Living Festival Preview: Yoga, Snacks, Supplements & More

Leanne Moore Leanne Moore Healthy Living Festival Preview: Yoga, Snacks, Supplements  More

There’s no one way to live a healthy lifestyle and that’s why Columbus Underground is bringing back the Healthy Living Festival for the third year! You can explore tons of local businesses focused on wellness, all in one place. This year, we’re getting out of the city and getting outside at Jorgensen Farms on July 22. Guests of the event will get to spend the day exploring the beautiful property, tasting local healthy fare, chatting with artists and makers, snapping countless photo ops and enjoying free outdoor fitness classes. We’re so excited about the line-up of 30 plus vendors, we can’t help but share! Check out a few of them below and what you can expect at the event.

“PAI” is the Thai word for ‘go,’ as in ‘go’ and do what is best for you – your mind, your body and your spirit. At PAI Yoga, they embrace that mentality. At their two local studios they offer various fitness classes and workshops to provide refuge, relaxation and wellness for all those who attend. Kicking off our day of fitness at the event, PAI will be providing a free 30-45 minute start yoga flow out at in the Jorgensen Farms Flower Fields.

Propello Life isn’t making your average supplements. Started by two brothers aiming to promote healthy, holistic lifestyles, they are making supplements for everyone. Whether you are a weekend warrior, yogi, tri-athlete, CrossFitter, professional athlete, adventurer, or an on-the-go parent chasing your kids around, their products will fit easily into your healthy, natural diet. Their supplements are free from GMOs and artificial ingredients and are full of simple, sustainable and authentic nutrition. Guests of the event will have the chance to try their Aminos and PreWorkout products, plus vegan protein muffins and protein Buckeyes!

Copia Farm shines the light on egg production and encourages everyone to know their farmer! Copia is an Eco-Farm designed with nature, producing truly pasture-raised, non-GMO eggs. All their chickens live outside, on pasture, and under the sun. This produces the healthiest egg possible, for the chicken and for you too! At the event, you can expect your farmer! Caitlin from Copia will be showcasing their pasture-raised eggs and meats. Stop by to say ‘hi’ and get egg-u-cated on the differences between a good egg and bad one.

Botanibites are herb-infused paleo mini muffins. They are free of gluten, grain, dairy and soy but also full of flavor, uniqueness, and purpose. What was at first a series of kitchen experiments soon transformed into a passion of Sasha’s, the founder of Botanibites. Sasha has always enjoyed experimenting and learning about food, wellness, herbal medicine and the like – and as a wellness enthusiast and herbal pharmacist, dietary concerns and nutrition were always key topics of conversation. Guests of the event will get to sample four flavors of Botanibites: Matcha Mint Trip Energize, Maca Marble Uplift, Lemon Floral Unwind, and Goji Lavender Bliss. Choose your flavor, or function, to bite in and bliss out!

Freedom a la Cart  deliciously combines flavorful cuisine with life-changing employment and support to survivors of human trafficking. What started as a food cart to create job opportunities, has blossomed into a thriving box lunch and catering business. They serve fresh, made-from-scratch food, created with high-quality ingredients, topped with exceptional customer service. Freedom a la cart can nourish the body and feed the soul by delivering a delicious culinary experience they refer to as “cause cuisine.” At the event they will be serving up Peanut Butter Granola Bars, Sweet Potato Salad, and Ginger Lemonade (all gluten free and vegetarian!).

$15 General Admission Tickets are on sale now for two ticketed times 11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. – 4 p.m. A limited number of $20 Early Bird tickets will get guests into the event between 10 -11 a.m. and for the first session of the event, giving you an hour of extra time to explore.

Participating vendors include: Bend Active, Cameron Mitchell Premier Events, Copia Farm, Food by Bel, Freedom A La Cart, Heartfelt Yoga Studio, It’s All Natural!, Planthropy, Propello Life, Ridiculously Good Salsa, ROOT 23 Simple Syrups, Sarah Harste Weavings, Too Good Eats, Veranico, Wild Origins, PAI Yoga, The OG Yogi Columbus, Yay Bikes!, Bubbles the Tea and Juice Co., Maza Eatery, Skaates Family Chiropractic, Balanced Yoga, LCC CHOICES, Lane Avenue Chiropractic, Creative Super Foods, Simple Time Mixers, Jorgensen Farms Flower Team and Organic Produce and more to be announced.

Jorgensen Farms is Central Ohio’s Premier Organic Farm Event Venue and we are so excited to be working with them to make this Festival possible. All guests will have access to exclusive farm tours during the event. Members of their Gardening, Farming, Floral and Culinary staff will be on site to answer questions about the farm and their areas of expertise!

A portion of the proceeds from all ticket sales will be donated to The Better Together Program at the Columbus Foundation. Columbus Underground Events have been raising funds for local charities since August 2014.

The Healthy Living Festival is made possible with help from our sponsors: PAI Yoga, ECDI, HelloFresh, and Lucky’s Market.

CLICK HERE TO GET TICKETS


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Leanne Moore Leanne Moore is Columbus Underground’s Event Coordinator, who manages all featured events at CU, including the Best Bites food tasting series, the Urban Living Tour, The Metropreneur’s ASPIRE event, and more.

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Article source: https://www.columbusunderground.com/healthy-living-festival-preview-yoga-snacks-supplements-more-lm1