Dr. Paul E. Perito discusses the three types of surgical treatment available to men suffering from urinary incontinence.
Urinary incontinence, like heart disease or diabetes, is a medical condition and should be treated as such, says Dr. Paul E. Perito. Many men, however, are embarrassed to discuss this issue as it seemingly means admitting that they lack control over the most sacred of male parts: the penis.
Joe Aldeguer of Chicago based homeowner advocacy firm tell clients that material objects are not worth risking what is truly home.
A house is nothing more than bricks and mortar, says Joe Aldeguer. It has no feelings. But even for homeowners who readily acknowledge this fact, facing default or foreclosure is difficult. Sadly, laments Joe Aldeguer, many people in his hometown of Chicago are now confronting this challenge due to the mortgage meltdown crisis facing our nation today.
Many men worry that ED is an unavoidable part of aging that can and will eventually eliminate their sex lives altogether. That just isn’t so, says Dr. Paul Perito. He has successfully treated thousands of men with his minimally invasive penile implant technique, which is an exceptional option for those wishing for a quick recovery time. In an exclusive interview he speaks candidly with Oceans 2003 about the procedure, and explains how to achieve a natural looking erection using the Titan OTR penile implant.
The following segment aired on The Balancing Act on Lifetime Television. Joining the show was Lyndsay Rossman from Visit Jacksonville to discuss the historical city and the list of unending treats that await families who visit.
The following segment originally aired on the January 26th, 2011 show on BrandStar Entertainment’s morning TV show, The Balancing Act on Lifetime Television. The featured guest was Etta Money with InCharge Debt Solutions.
Madison Pharmacy Associates, at one time among the most respected pharmacies in the country, was born in Madison, Wisconsin, in the late 1970s. Marla Ahlgrimm and a colleague, began working with one “special” woman who suffered from severe PMS every month. According to Ahlgrimm, at the time, prescription tranquilizers , antidepressants and even a hysterectomy were the recommended treatment options for such PMS symptoms as depression, mood swings, and anxiety. “She was told her symptoms were all in her head,” Ahlgrimm recalls.
Recently, Oceans2003 had the opportunity to speak with hormone expert, Marla Ahlgrimm, R.Ph. about the effects of menopause on a woman’s sleep cycle. The founder of Women’s Health America and co-founder of Madison Pharmacy Associates discussed solutions to help women overcome menopause-induced insomnia.