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Five Secrets to a Healthy You
Sep05

Five Secrets to a Healthy You

Wellness is not a mystery – there are simple things you can do to improve your chances of good health, and here are a few useful principles to guide your healthy lifestyle by. Eat right. You wouldn’t put regular gas in a race car, and you shouldn’t put unhealthy foods into your body. Pick fresh, whole foods, especially vegetables and fruits, and then add other foods as desired. Take a good multi-vitamin and mineral supplement, and...

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Back to School Tips for You and Your Children
Aug31

Back to School Tips for You and Your Children

As the new school year kicks into high gear, there are many little pointers that can make the experience safer and more beneficial for all concerned. Let‘s look at a few of these back-to-school tips: 1. Plan effectively. Develop a routine where you take a few minutes the night before and decide what you will need to take with you the next day. Lay out clothing so those decisions are already made when you wake up. Get up early enough...

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Three Basic Steps to a Healthier Life
Aug09

Three Basic Steps to a Healthier Life

People want to know – what does it take to be healthy? What habits and behaviors are likely to lead to more vitality? How do we avoid getting sick, and spend more of our time being well? There are three basic steps each of us can take to walk the path of good health. First, we need to learn to eat right. Providing quality fuel for this human machine is critical in maintaining and developing the best health possible. While there are...

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How The Amount of Sleep You Get Each Night Affects Your Health and Body
Aug02

How The Amount of Sleep You Get Each Night Affects Your Health and Body

Simple as it may seem, getting enough quality sleep is one of the most important things you can do to safeguard and improve your health. Here are six reasons you need to get sufficient sleep, according to the Harvard Women’s Health Watch •  Learning and memory: Sleep helps the brain commit new information to memory through a process called memory consolidation. In studies, people who’d slept after learning a task did better on tests...

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Need a Health Expert? Ask Mom
May01

Need a Health Expert? Ask Mom

Mother’s Day is set aside each year to appreciate the oldest and perhaps most prevalent role in our culture, motherhood.  Moms are called upon to raise children, run households, be a neverending source of entertainment and diversion for kids, and address issues that no one else seems to be able to handle. Moms contribute so much to our upbringing.  They can serve as a sympathetic ear, a strong back, a willing taxi driver, an expert...

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