Hold That Sneeze? Maybe Not

TUESDAY, Jan. 16, 2018 (HealthDay News) — Holding your nose and closing your mouth when you feel a sneeze coming on just might lead to serious trouble. The journal BMJ Case Reports includes the story of a 34-year-old man who ruptured his throat after he pinched his nose and clamped his mouth shut in order…

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Save $75 on Dysport

Have you been concerned with fine lines and wrinkles? Try Dysport! If you have never been treated with Dysport or have not been treated in the past six months, you can save $75 on your treatment (minimum purchase of 75 units or approximately one treatment area). Patients who join the Aspire Rewards Program can earn…

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Save $75 on Dysport

Have you been concerned with fine lines and wrinkles? Try Dysport! If you have never been treated with Dysport or have not been treated in the past six months, you can save $75 on your treatment (minimum purchase of 75 units or approximately one treatment area). Patients who join the Aspire Rewards Program can earn…

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We’re Hiring!

Mooresville Dermatology Center is currently applications for a full time (36 hours/week) medical office assistant for our busy practice. We are looking for a certified individual committed to high-quality, compassionate patient care. Responsibilities include patient work-ups, scribing for providers, order entry, lab draws, prior authorizations, specimen collection and handling, bandage changes, suture removal and performing/assisting with…

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We’re Hiring!

Mooresville Dermatology Center is currently applications for a full time (36 hours/week) medical office assistant for our busy practice. We are looking for a certified individual committed to high-quality, compassionate patient care. Responsibilities include patient work-ups, scribing for providers, order entry, lab draws, prior authorizations, specimen collection and handling, bandage changes, suture removal and performing/assisting with…

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Women Seem More Prone to Winter Blues

MONDAY, Jan. 15, 2018 (HealthDay News) — The increase in depressive symptoms brought on by winter seems to occur more often in women than men, a new study finds. Low mood, tiredness and the inability to gain pleasure from usually enjoyable activities peaked in the winter months, according to the researchers’ analysis of data on…

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