Skin Damage is an all-encompassing term for many different skin conditions that form as a result of injury or harm to the skin. Common types of skin damage are scars from previous injuries, acne scars, and damage from the sun including age spots or sunspots. At AgeFocus, we are equipped to treat many different types of skin damage to give your skin a healthier look. [Read more…]
Due to the fact that April is Stress Awareness Month, AgeFocus felt it was necessary to write a blog about the affects that stress has on the body. Stress is something that no one is immune too and in fact according to WebMD, more than half of Americans say they fight with friends and family because of stress. [Read more…]
There are a lot of reasons why peanuts can be considered a healthy food. Which is why in honor of March being National Nutrition Month as well as National Peanut Month, we decided to write a blog about the peanut, its nutritional benefits as well as the best ways to eat it. [Read more…]
With any fad diet there are a lot of misconceptions and negative connotations that are associated with hCG weight loss. But before we do that, it’s important to understand exactly how the hCG diet works! [Read more…]
At AgeFocus, we offer numerous services that make you Look, Feel, & Act Younger. One of the many services we provide are weight management programs including medically supervised weight management and hCG medically supervised weight loss. Both services include a comprehensive medical exam where we test for certain things like blood sugar levels, hormone levels, and lipids so we can truly understand what is going on within your body.
One thing that we have noticed with a lot of patients that come through our doors is the fact that many of them are diabetic, or “pre-diabetic”, and weren’t aware. Ken Weiss, blogger for Men’s Health Cures, has put together a list of some of the most common symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes. We have read through this list and feel sharing this list with our patients or potential patients can help them to start noticing these signs before they come see us.