Author: Claudia Cesarotti

The Cost of Alcohol

We think Dr. Amen said it best, "there is no amount of alcohol that's safe." Despite a few studies suggesting the benefits of alcohol for heart health, the risks associated with drinking alcohol greatly outweigh these potential benefits. A recent health challenge called Dry January has become increasingly popular over the years. This is when [...]

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8 Reasons to Try The Dry January Challenge

As the new year approaches, many seek ways to reset and rejuvenate our bodies and minds. One increasingly popular way to do this is by participating in Dry January. A month-long challenge where you abstain from consuming any alcohol. This challenge has become popular globally, providing many advantages like better health and saving money. In [...]

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The Impact of Family Health History & Your Well-being

Family health history is more than just a topic of conversation at family gatherings; it's a window into your genetic legacy and a roadmap for your health journey. As families gather around for festive get-togethers and at holiday tables, it's not just the stories of yesteryear that must be shared. Knowing your family's medical history [...]

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10 Signs You Are Experiencing Cognitive Decline

In the vast expanse of human health, the brain stands out as one of the most intricate and vital organs. As we age, our cognitive health can become vulnerable, and subtle changes may indicate a potential decline. Understanding these changes is not just about diagnosis but about embracing a proactive approach to brain health. As [...]

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Early Cancer Detection: Standard Tests, Liquid Biopsy, & Full Body Scan

Cancer, a word that sends shivers down the spine of many, is a formidable adversary in health. However, early cancer detection is a beacon of hope in this battle. The sooner cancer is identified, the higher the chances of survival and a complete cure.

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My Menopause Journey: Longevity Client VS. The Traditional Patient Experience

So, menopause is like the grand finale of a woman’s reproductive show—it’s when periods decide to retire, and hormones throw a bit of a party. Your ovaries take a back seat, pumping out less estrogen and progesterone, and that rollercoaster can bring along hot flashes, mood swings, and some bone density shenanigans.

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warning signs of toxin overload

Warning Signs that Your Body is Full of Toxins

In our modern world, toxins are unavoidable. They lurk in the air we breathe, the food we eat, the water we drink, and even the medications we take. Understanding the most common sources of toxin exposure can help us make informed decisions for a healthier lifestyle.

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What Does Vitamin D do for Your Body?

In recent years, a spotlight has been shone on Vitamin D, often dubbed the “sunshine vitamin.” Despite its essential role in bone health, immune function, and overall well-being, a staggering number of US children and adults find themselves deficient.

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MDLifespan Female Hormone Therapy

Can Estrogen Hormone Therapy Help Chronic Inflammation?

Navigating the journey of menopause will bring women face-to-face with new health concerns. One such issue that has been gaining attention is chronic inflammation. You’ve heard the term, but what does it really mean? And can hormone therapy, a standard treatment for menopausal symptoms, help manage it?

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