Weight loss surgery gives Dallas resident new energy, down 130 pounds

One resident of Grand Prairie, Texas gets stopped on occasion. People tell him, “Excuse me, but you look familiar.” That’s when Roger Lopez, 52, pulls out a picture from his wallet. He replies, “You probably recognize this guy.” The photo he carries is of himself, but weighing 335 pounds with nearly a 50-inch waistline. This … Continue reading Weight loss surgery gives Dallas resident new energy, down 130 pounds

Think age is the cause of bladder problems? Not necessarily

We don’t like to talk about it (except maybe with our closest friends) but if you’re over 60, you’ve likely experienced a leaky bladder or some form of urinary incontinence (UI) — the lack of voluntary control of your bladder function. We know how inconvenient and even embarrassing bladder problems can be, but the truth … Continue reading Think age is the cause of bladder problems? Not necessarily

Stuttering versus cluttering: What’s the difference

Many of us are familiar with stuttering — that frustrating moment when you’re trying to speak, but the words won’t come out right. But what about cluttering? Cluttering also affects a person’s ability to communicate. Stuttering and cluttering may seem similar, but there are important differences. What is Stuttering? Stuttering is a disruption in the flow of … Continue reading Stuttering versus cluttering: What’s the difference