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Ask the Otolaryngologist

By Jeff Phillips, M.D. Dr. Jeff Phillips attended college at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he also completed his medical school training. He then completed his residency training in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery (Ear, Nose & Throat Surgery) at Louisiana… read more

30 Days of Exercises

Looking to get back on the right track as far as fitness is concerned? Rather than diving headfirst into a more advanced exercise routine that may leave you feeling intimidated, this month-long regimen starts off easier and gradually gets more… read more

Chockfull of Artichokes

As far as vegetables go, artichokes are certainly one of the more distinctive looking options. Artichokes owe their odd appearance to the fact that they (like capers) are actually flower buds! If your diet is lacking in fiber (like the… read more

What floating can do for your mind

Clearing the mind is said to have positive effects on your well-being. Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy (REST) is a process where relaxation and meditation is performed in an environment isolated from sight and sound. The floatation form of this therapy,… read more

Swimming: Your New Favorite Workout!

When it comes to a low impact, highly impactful workout, look no farther than the pool in your backyard or your community. That’s right, swimming is back in style and full of so many benefits, you may never venture to… read more

A Second Chance at Life

For those waiting for an organ transplant, every single day matters. There are currently about 119,000 people in the United States on the registry waiting for an organ. Men and women of all ages, religions, races and socioeconomic statuses can only sit and… read more

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