by Dr. Barry Tedder and Lisa Tedder For over 20 years I have tried to figure out the best way to treat and prevent the ravages of cardiovascular disease. Cardiovascular disease is still the leading cause of death in the U.S. and affects not only the heart, but all the arteries of the body, leading … Continue reading “Could you be at Risk for Cardiovascular Disease?”

by Dr. Shane Speights Okay, I’ve been asked to write a “blog”.  This is a bit new to me, so bear with me as I stumble through the syntax.  I’m more of a personal writer, not really one who would put out a book chapter, so here goes… The raw numbers say that 8 out … Continue reading “Antibiotics: More harm than good?”

By Karan Summitt, B.A. The diet commercials are in full force, and gym memberships are at their yearly high.  In hopes that this year will be different, Americans renew their determination to eat healthier, exercise more and lose those unwanted pounds. Trying again is not a bad thing.  Multiple studies support the fact that our … Continue reading “Resolutions that Really Work”