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Seeking solace from the nonstop chatter of our daily lives, many turn to meditation and silent retreats. more

Health

Prehab improves surgical outcomes. more

The Daily Post

Preventing cardiovascular disease: The simple challenge of saving your life. more

The Daily Post

From grand galas to golf tournaments, health care foundation volunteers put their all into fundraising. more

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Dance therapy empowers Parkinson’s patients in NoVa. more

Health

Welcome to the new frontier of cardiac catheterization labs, where medical pioneers are pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in treating heart disease–and winning. more

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Shanaz Bowman

Dr. Randy Baggesen stumps for fostering wellness, not just treating illness. more

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Brian Stauffer

If you didn’t have braces as a teenager, is it too late to get the smile you always dreamed of? Not by a longshot. Sandra Shelley explores the latest in cosmetic dentistry. more

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Using innovative music therapy, Sentara’s Music and Medicine Center in Norfolk is helping stroke and traumatic accident patients regain the power of speech. more

House calls, longer office visits mark Dr. Brenda Arnett’s cash-only practice. more

Studies show short power naps can help get you back on track. more

Is concierge the new ‘it’ word in medical care? more

Virginia’s newest maternity suites offer luxe, spa-like settings for a new generation of mothers. more

Searching for ways to extend and enhance life, some Virginia hospitals are influencing the future of health care. more

Health

Focused sound waves could one day eliminate the need for invasive surgery. more

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Departure April 2013

Illustration by Chris Gall

Celebrating a masked hero of a different kind. more

Magazine

Today, when it comes to cosmetic surgery, minimally invasive is the name of the game. more

Health

Twins

Chris Gall

How Maria Teresa and Teresa Maria got their groove. more

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Tyler Darden

Where plants make medicine more

House + Garden

Virginia Beach ophthalmologist Dr. G. Peyton Neatrour and family spent two weeks in the Philippines this summer, volunteering with the Physicians for Peace Seeing Clearly program. An inspirational family vacation. more

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