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Better Diet Tied to Bigger Brains

17 May

Dutch study shows association between food and brain structure by Judy George, Contributing Writer, MedPage Today May 16, 2018 Healthier diets were associated with larger brain tissue volume in a long-running Dutch cohort study, suggesting that nutrition might affect neurodegeneration through brain structure. Better overall diet quality was related to larger total brain volume, gray […]

Take it all off… with a Tummy Tuck

23 Apr

Whether it’s loose, sagging or protruding, take it all off your midsection with a tummy tuck.  The abdominal area is one of the hardest parts of the body to tone. And, sometimes diet and exercise just won’t lead to a flat, toned stomach. Dr. Helena Guarda can give you that tighter, flatter abdomen using the […]

Double Defense Protection

03 Jul

90% of visible aging is caused by Sun + Pollution Pollution is a growing source of environmental damage. Together with the sun, pollution accelerates the vicious skin aging cycle in two discrete ways: 1) Creates free radical damage 2) Depletes antioxidant defenses Sunscreens are not enough Neutralizes UV-, IRA, and pollution-induced free radicals Provides high […]

2013 Turkey Trot Riverfront to Benefit Suffolk Humane Society

05 Dec

We are happy to support the Suffolk Humane Society at the 2013 Riverfront Swim Club 10th Annual Turkey Trot. Proceeds from the race will go to the Suffolk Humane Society This year’s Turkey Trot goal was to raise $2500.00 to help expand the Suffolk Humane Society’s services. SHS is comprised of volunteers contributing their time, […]