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Colonoscopies Save Lives


According to a new report published in the journal “Cancer”, colon cancer rates have dropped by 30% over the past decade for those over 50, and colonoscopies are getting much of the credit.

Dr. Garth George of Advanced Gastroenterology and Surgery Associates explains how colonoscopies play an important role in early detection.


If you'd like to find out more about the testing and treatment options offered at Advanced Gastroenterology and Surgery Associates please follow the included links.




Vocal Changes


If you or a loved one has noticed changes in your voice you’ll want to see a specialist to rule out the development of vocal nodes or other serious conditions.


Rebecca Hill, speech language pathologist at Lake Ear, Nose and Throat explains how she tests and treats her patients.




To learn more about the procedures offered at Lake ENT, with offices in Leesburg, Tavares and The Villages, click on the included links. 


Informing the Public

The Wildwood Community Center recently played host to the Super Expo - highlighting local businesses - from home improvement to beauty supplies, and healthcare professionals.  


We caught up with Paige Holt, Doctor of Audiology at Lake ENT to find out what’s new.

 For more information on the audiology services available at Lake Ear, Nose, Throat and Facial Plastic Surgery follow the included links.


Changing Lives

A Cancer diagnosis changes many lives, not just that of the patient, but their caregivers, family and friends as well.  

 Cornerstone Hospice advocate Mary Potts shares how cancer changed her life.   



You’ll learn more about the different care options offered at Cornerstone Hospice and Palliative Care when you click the included link.


Asthma in Women


According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, one lung disease that affects far more women than men is Asthma.

Ed Neuzil, registered nurse practitioner at the Allergy, Sinus and Asthma Family Health Center explains Asthma and why women are more susceptible.



You'll find contact information for  Allergy Sinus Asthma Family Health Center when you follow the included links. 



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