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10 Ways to Put Your Doctor out of Business, Part 4

This column was written by Dr. Linda D. Bradley, a doctor at the Cleveland Clinic who was raised in the Hough and Lee Harvard neighborhoods. Read more of her “Ten Ways to Put our Doctor out of Business” here. 8: STOP SMOKING Smoking and obesity run like Bonnie and Clyde through every chronic disease condition. They’re implicated in thousands of crimes against the body. Smoking and obesity alone may drive.
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Top 10 Ways to Put Your Doctor Out of Business, Part 3

This column was written by Dr. Linda D. Bradley, a doctor at the Cleveland Clinic who was raised in the Hough and Lee Harvard neighborhoods. Read more of her “Ten Ways to Put our Doctor out of Business” here. 6: GET SCREENED FOR CANCER Cancer is the second leading cause of death in America. The American Cancer Society estimates that almost 1.5 million people will die of cancer this.
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Top 10 Ways to Put Your Doctor Out of Business, Part 2

This column was written by Dr. Linda D. Bradley, a doctor at the Cleveland Clinic who was raised in the Hough and Lee Harvard neighborhoods .Read more of her “Ten Ways to Put our Doctor out of Business” here. ​3: LOWER YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE Speaking of taking care of your heart, hypertension, or high blood pressure, is a major cause of heart disease. They call high blood pressure.
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Doctors Orders | Top 10 Ways to Put Your Doctor Out of Business, Part 1

The current economy is gloomy. But the health care business is booming. Thanks to our glutinous western eating habits and couch and mouse potato lifestyles, which include iPad’s, iPod’s, computers, TVs with remote control and lack of exercise, doctors are in high demand. Three of four people will die of heart disease, diabetes or stroke—which are typically self-induced chronic diseases that can be avoided by lifestyle.
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“Are You Digging Your Grave With Your Fork?”

This year take on an oath and pledge. Make a promise to yourself to try one new healthy habit each week and stick with it.  Annually, we all make resolutions usually related to our financial, spiritual, educational or physical health. I want you to think about your most important possession: your health. It’s the most important asset you possess and it trumps everything else in life..
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Taking Charge of Your Health

By Linda D. Bradley, M.D., NV Contributor Are you really taking care of yourself?  Or are you only taking care of others?  Keeping your family and community healthy begins with you. Each of us should make a weekly goal to optimize our health. Making small but consistent changes in healthy habits will add years to your life. Don’t forget that health is wealth. We all have heard.
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