It’s easy to take your eyesight for granted or feel like you don’t have any control over your eye health—you either have good eyesight, or you don’t, right? Although to a certain degree eye function is genetic, you can still make a difference in your own eye health. By taking care of your eyes, and paying attention to any changes in vision, you can catch … Continue reading Bringing Your Vision Into Focus
Check out this month’s issue of Health Life. Featuring Dr. Ben Hogan and several inspiring stories as well as health tips, recipes, and more. Continue reading Health Life: September/October 2021
Eating food is how humans, animals, plants and insects are all able to receive their energy and fuel, no matter how or what we eat, it’s an act of survival for every species. With certain foods consumed however, comes something known as a food trigger. A food trigger is defined as when eaten, you crave and possibly want to eat more. This is known to … Continue reading What are Food Triggers?
Dr. Michael McCartney will be celebrating 30 years of dentistry next year. His family practice of 25 years, is located in South Georgia (Adel). Growing up, McCartney loved learning about science and knew he would either end up in the medical field or dentistry because of his desire to help people. Growing up in Rutherford, New Jersey, he had a great relationship with his orthodontist … Continue reading Making Smiles Last a Lifetime with Adel Dentistry
Ever heard your parents say, “well if your friends jump off a bridge are you going to too”? I know I did when I was a teenager. Peer pressure at a young age has its pros and cons so let’s talk about it. There are different types of peer pressure and knowing which one you are dealing with can help you solve it. Spoken – … Continue reading Peer Pressure