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Diets for Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is an intestinal disorder typically characterized by dramatic changes in bowel movements.

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IBS vs IBD

With common symptoms such as diarrhea & abdominal discomfort, it is easy to confuse irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) & inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). However, these conditions have very different causes.

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Diabetes – Basics, Myths & Facts

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) more than 100 million U.S. adults are now living with diabetes or prediabetes. Diagnoses of this chronic (long-term) health condition are on the rise. It’s time we break down fact vs fiction about type 2 diabetes.

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Diabetes Superfoods

More than 30 million US adults have diabetes and that number is growing each year. There are many foods that can be beneficial to those with diabetes & prediabetes including nuts & seeds, fruits & vegetables, and whole grains. Follow us as we look at a few and their benefits.

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The Anti-Inflammatory Diet

Common inflammation is easily recognized with symptoms such as redness, pain, heat and swelling.

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Mediterranean Diet – What’s all the buzz about?

Given the award as the Best Diet Overall by US News & World Report in 2019 and recommended by the Mayo Clinic, Oldways in partnership with the Harvard School of Public Health and WHO, the Mediterranean Diet has received a lot of buzz recently.

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Fennel – Delicious & Nutritious

The deliciously crunchy bulb and the seeds both share a mild licorice-like flavor. The seeds tend to be more potent in flavor due to the concentrated oils. Fennel is enjoyed in many culinary dishes for its unique flavor and is very nutritious and great for your health!

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Education Meets Experience

Access Health Care Physicians is proud to introduce Nabeel Hamoui, MD. Born and raised in Hernando County, Dr. Hamoui completed residencies in both Diagnostic Radiology and Urology as well as a fellowship in Interventional Radiology, making him one of only two people in the world with such dual training.

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National Kidney Month- The low down on these powerhouses

When most people think of the kidneys, they think of their function as filter organs, removing waste from the body.

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Tips & Tricks for Healthy Sleep

During Sleep Awareness Week we focus on the importance of healthy, restful sleep.

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Foods to Help Enhance Sleep

As most of us know, sleep affects every aspect of our health. But sometimes, getting the sleep we need can be easier said than done.

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Mirra Health Care, LLC, Invited to Participate in HIMSS Conference in Orlando

Mirra Health Care, LLC, one of the many companies founded by Pariksith Singh, MD, of Spring Hill, was invited to participate in the 2019 Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) 2019 Global Conference & Exhibition from February 11-15 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. Mirra will be located at booth 8149. For more information call 855-442-8401 or go to MirraHealthCare.com

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Quirky, eccentric and deeply caring, this is Dr. Simonne Hammarquist

She comfortably cracks jokes and walks around the busy office in her Converse sneakers. Her plants are her pets and she loves her arts, jewelry making, crafts, knitting and music. She finds normal boring and proudly describes herself as eccentric and quirky. From Brooklyn, New York, this is Dr. Simonne Hammarquist.

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Hypertension – Back to Basics

It may seem basic, but understanding blood pressure readings and gaining a better understanding of what these numbers mean can set you up to make healthy lifestyle choices for life.

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Heart Attack – Back to Basics

According to the American Heart Association, approximately every 40 seconds, someone in the US has a heart attack.In this article, we discuss what a heart attack is, symptoms and treatments, life after a heart attack and ways to reduce your risk of having another heart attack.

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Cholesterol – Back to the Basics

Cholesterol is a waxy substance that your body needs to build cells. But, too much cholesterol can cause problems. Cholesterol comes from two sources – your liver and your food. Foods high in cholesterol are typically derived from animals such as meat, poultry and dairy. These foods and those that are high in saturated and trans fats cause your liver to make more cholesterol than it would otherwise.

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Women’s Heart Attack Risks

February 1st is National Wear Red for Women’s Heart Health day. As we focus on women’s heart health, lets discuss a few risk factors that increase women’s chance of a heart attack.

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The effects of chronic stress on our bodies

As most of us know, long-term stress, negativity and anxiety can have adverse effects on our overall wellbeing. Most of us have even felt the effects of this in our own lives.

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