H. pylori, stomach ulcers, and cancer

Helicobacter pylori, also called H. pylori, is a bacterial infection of the stomach. This is a very common infection and may in fact up to 4 billion people across the world. It is unclear exactly how this bacteria is read, but it may be linked with contaminated food, water, or …

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Alcohol and Designated Drivers

Alcohol and Designated Drivers This holiday season, you may be enjoying alcohol with friends and family. It is critical that you drink responsibly and have a designated driver to make it home safely. There are many ways to arrange a safe drive home simply by using an app on your …

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Close up 3d render of a group of viruses.

HPV and Cervical Cancer

  A cancer specialist, also called an Oncologist, joined Dr. Simotas on 11/25/2016 on her Radio Show to discuss HPV, cervical cancer, genital warts, pap smears, and vaccinations. There are many types of HPV. Some types are linked directly with cervical cancer. Others are linked with cancers of the anus …

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Respite Care for Families

When children are born with disabilities, parents are responsible for their care. Many children with autism, learning disabilities, physical impairments, or complex medical issues require extensive 24 hour care including medications, injections, and medical equipment. It is easy for parents and families to become burned out and depressed from providing …

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Episode 3 – Autism Spectrum Disorders

Dr. Natalie Montfort, PhD, is a national expert on Neurodevelopment, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She joined Dr. Alexandra Simotas as a special guest to discuss autism, Asperberger syndrome, resources for families affected by autism spectrum disorders, and the latest medical research.   Autism Expert – Dr. Montfort, PhD

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