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After months of renovations and much anticipation, Genesis Medical Clinic is making the move from their current location at 56th and Fowler to the IDEDE Professional Park at 9780 N. 56th Street. “We are extremely excited about the move to our new facilities. We will much better be able to serve our current patients and meet the needs of the Temple Terrace community with our expanded examination and treatment areas and our new state of the art equipment,” said staff physician Dr. Jesus Serrano. Genesis Medical Clinic has been providing walk-in medical services to Terrace Area residents for 5 years and has outgrown its old location. Moving into the 4,000 square foot building …. Read more at Genesis Medical Clinic Moves to a New Location
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Love to party but worry about gaining a beer belly? Creative drinkers have found a way to imbibe without any of the pesky calories by pouring the liquor over dry ice or heating it until it steams and then inhaling the vapors. Sounds like a dieter’s dream, right? Not so fast. You may think you’re saving your figure, but you’re wreaking havoc on your body, experts say. Breathing in these fumes can have a myriad of unintended effects beyond those normally associated with drinking, including the following. 1. You get drunk faster. “When you inhale alcohol vapors, the alcohol completely bypasses the gastrointestinal tract—the stomach and liver—and thus reaches the brain much quicker,” says Sheenie Armbardar, M.D., an adult psychiatrist in West Hollywood. That means speedier intoxication and impairment, plus it can have a more potent and negative effect on brain neurons. And brain cells aren’t good things to lose. 2. It’s harder on your body than drinking your alcohol. First, since the alcohol goes straight to the lungs, it can irritate your respiratory tract, Dr. Armbardar says. “From there the alcohol goes directly to the brain where it can cause central nervous system side effects such as nausea, headaches, dizziness, and, in some cases, unconsciousness or even coma.”. Read More at shape.com.
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It’s nearing another graduation ceremony. College students will be starting their process of entering the work force and receiving their degrees. Stress often follows such search process closely. American Psychological Association reports the millennial’s stress lever to be higher than the national norm, even though the stress level for Americans continues to drop. This conclusion was as a result of a study conducted by the organization where it polled 2,020 adults 18 and older about their stress levels and coping mechanisms. Thirty-nine percent said their stress had increased in the past year while 52 percent said stress had kept them awake at night. The high stress level seems to be attributed to the current economic situation. The millennial participants cited their greatest sources of stress as work, money concerns and job stability. Read more at Examiner.com.