Happy Holidays

December 24, 2014
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Be Different. It’s Good For You.

December 17, 2014

It’s funny how some things come to be accepted as normal just because the larger flock is engaging in them. If you are fortunate enough to have an open mind and think for yourself, all of a sudden you are the one who is considered odd, or alternative, or irresponsible. When did it become normal […]

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Essential Healthy Habits

December 10, 2014

To live a healthy life at the most basic level, we all know that there are certain habits that must be maintained on a consistent basis. Want healthy teeth? Brush a few times daily, floss at least once a day, and visit your dentist for regular check-ups. Healthy bodily hygiene requires that you shower or […]

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Germ Warfare

December 3, 2014

You never have to wonder when the “cold and flu season” is around the corner. Big Pharma will be sure that you are reminded of its impending arrival no matter where you turn. When the dreaded season of doom drapes its black curtain over us, whatever you do, don’t come within sneezing distance of anybody, […]

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Take Aim at a New Life!

November 26, 2014

It is estimated that approximately 3% of the population has a set of concrete, written goals. If the full impact of goal setting were realized, and more importantly the results it produces, we would undoubtedly see more people engaging in it. In a follow-up study of one prominent university’s graduating class, the 3% of graduates […]

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Are You Living, or Just Alive?

November 19, 2014

Life is described as many things by different people, but one thing it can never be defined as is stagnant. Life is always changing, evolving, increasing, or decreasing in capacity. It is in a constant state of flux. While you are sitting there seemingly doing nothing, your body is always on the job building and […]

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Using Anger as a Tool for Change

November 12, 2014

Anger. What feeling or feelings does this word bring up for you? For some people, anger invokes feelings of guilt, fear, powerlessness, depression, and injustice. But thinking of anger doesn’t have to feel this way. How can we break this cycle? When can our anger help us to clarify what we need and want in […]

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“It’s All In Your Head” – Not That Far from the Truth!

November 5, 2014

For years, those words – It’s all in your head – used to be a stock response to any symptoms medicine could not explain. And patients would go away feeling shamed, blamed, dismissed and abandoned by their health care provider. So why are we saying it? Believe us, our goal is not to shame or […]

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Morning Coffee – Cardio Booster or Bad Guy?

October 29, 2014

If you’ve been wrestling with heart or blood pressure problems, and feeling guilty about needing your morning java, here’s some good news: it seems some new studies are flip-flopping the verdict yet again! From being an adrenal-exhausting, blood-pressure-skyjacking, cholesterol-boosting, diuretic and dessicant (dehydrator), coffee is now getting its image refurbished… Women who drank one or […]

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Total Wellness – Not Just Freedom from Disease

October 22, 2014

These days, it’s tempting to say you’re financially stable if you are free from debt and can pay your bills every month. But no financial advisor would ever tell you to settle for simple subsistence on a knife-edge, where any crisis can throw you into a shortfall! Instead, they’ll tell you to build your savings […]

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