Pre-diabetes: Why you need to take weight loss seriously now!

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Prediabetes is a condition in which blood glucose levels are higher than normal (normal range 70-100mg/dL) but not high enough to be diagnosed with diabetes (levels over 125mg/dL). Risk factors include being overweight (BMI > 25), being older than 45, high blood pressure, and family history.  Pre-diabetics are at a very high risk for developing Type… Read more »

Why I Love This Mouse…

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I heard an interesting statistic on the radio the other day.  It seems that within a few years, 47% of the jobs in this country will involve the use of a computer on some level.  From the perspective of the office, I’ve noted a gradual shift in the percentages of patients who suffer from lower… Read more »

Shoulder Pain: A Simple, Self-Evaluation Test

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Warmer weather is finally here, and that means increased physical activity for most people.  We’re barely clear of Winter and already I’ve had some folks with golf and/or landscaping injuries to their shoulders. Some are relatively acute, or new, others have been lingering for days, weeks, or even months.  Shoulder conditions can be quite debilitating,… Read more »