Wellness Lifestyle

The History of Tea

Tea is consumed almost everywhere. For some, it is a drink enjoyed daily as part of a routine. For others, tea is a sacred part of their culture and tradition. Regardless of one’s relationship with tea, one cannot deny that those tiny tea leaves have been on an...

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Pediatric: School Age

School Smarts

It’s that time of year again: shopping for school clothes and school supplies, getting ready for after-school activities and making sure to have everything necessary to prepare good, healthy lunches. It can get a little overwhelming. Here are just a few...

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Wellness Lifestyle

5G Technology and Your Health

It was in the late 1800’s that power plants beganoperations and electric lighting became every day. Theconvenience of electrical machines, such as refrigerators,came later and then microwaves and televisions becamethe norm around the mid-20th century. With the...

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Wellness Lifestyle

All About Eggs

About 40 years ago it was determined that excessive cholesterol in the diet was a public health concern. Specifically, it was thought that there was a causal link between consuming cholesterol-laden foods and an increased risk of heart disease. For many years, one...

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Wellness Lifestyle

An Attitude of Gratitude

The German theologian, Meister Eckhart, once said, “If the only prayer you said in your whole life was ‘thank you,’ that would suffice.” Dr. John Demartini has said that the most powerful prayer is not a prayer of “I need a change in…” but a prayer of “thankfulness...

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Wellness Lifestyle

Balance and Chiropractic

There are many aspects of everyday life that we don’t really value until they’re missing; balance is definitely one of these. Since it is a vital part of normal daily activities such as: walking, bending over to put on or take off shoes, showering and washing hair,...

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Wellness Lifestyle

Caffeine and Stimulants

According to recent research, caffeine is the most commonly used drug in the world and the World Health Organization has classified caffeine dependence as a clinical disorder. While mild to moderate doses can be considered generally safe, research is showing that a...

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Wellness Lifestyle

Camouflaged Sugar

When choosing to live the wellness lifestyle, everyone knows that one of the first changes to make is eliminating sugar from your diet. Obviously, this means no pastries, cookies, cake, candy, sugary soft drinks, etc. Everyone knows that these items are high in...

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Wellness Lifestyle

Cooking Oils

You’ve taken the time to buy really fresh vegetables, to dice them up into a delicious mix so that you and your family can eat healthier and feel better. However, the decision of what oil to cook them in is equally important. The wrong cooking oil can turn a...

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Wellness Lifestyle

The History of Tea

Tea is consumed almost everywhere. For some, it is a drink enjoyed daily as part of a routine. For others, tea is a sacred part of their culture and tradition. Regardless of one’s relationship with tea, one cannot deny that those tiny tea leaves have been on an...

Read More

Pediatric: School Age

School Smarts

It’s that time of year again: shopping for school clothes and school supplies, getting ready for after-school activities and making sure to have everything necessary to prepare good, healthy lunches. It can get a little overwhelming. Here are just a few...

Read More

Wellness Lifestyle

5G Technology and Your Health

It was in the late 1800’s that power plants beganoperations and electric lighting became every day. Theconvenience of electrical machines, such as refrigerators,came later and then microwaves and televisions becamethe norm around the mid-20th century. With the...

Read More

Wellness Lifestyle

All About Eggs

About 40 years ago it was determined that excessive cholesterol in the diet was a public health concern. Specifically, it was thought that there was a causal link between consuming cholesterol-laden foods and an increased risk of heart disease. For many years, one...

Read More

Wellness Lifestyle

An Attitude of Gratitude

The German theologian, Meister Eckhart, once said, “If the only prayer you said in your whole life was ‘thank you,’ that would suffice.” Dr. John Demartini has said that the most powerful prayer is not a prayer of “I need a change in…” but a prayer of “thankfulness...

Read More

Wellness Lifestyle

Balance and Chiropractic

There are many aspects of everyday life that we don’t really value until they’re missing; balance is definitely one of these. Since it is a vital part of normal daily activities such as: walking, bending over to put on or take off shoes, showering and washing hair,...

Read More

Wellness Lifestyle

Caffeine and Stimulants

According to recent research, caffeine is the most commonly used drug in the world and the World Health Organization has classified caffeine dependence as a clinical disorder. While mild to moderate doses can be considered generally safe, research is showing that a...

Read More

Wellness Lifestyle

Camouflaged Sugar

When choosing to live the wellness lifestyle, everyone knows that one of the first changes to make is eliminating sugar from your diet. Obviously, this means no pastries, cookies, cake, candy, sugary soft drinks, etc. Everyone knows that these items are high in...

Read More

Wellness Lifestyle

Cooking Oils

You’ve taken the time to buy really fresh vegetables, to dice them up into a delicious mix so that you and your family can eat healthier and feel better. However, the decision of what oil to cook them in is equally important. The wrong cooking oil can turn a...

Read More

Wellness Lifestyle

The History of Tea

Tea is consumed almost everywhere. For some, it is a drink enjoyed daily as part of a routine. For others, tea is a sacred part of their culture and tradition. Regardless of one’s relationship with tea, one cannot deny that those tiny tea leaves have been on an...

Read More

Pediatric: School Age

School Smarts

It’s that time of year again: shopping for school clothes and school supplies, getting ready for after-school activities and making sure to have everything necessary to prepare good, healthy lunches. It can get a little overwhelming. Here are just a few...

Read More

Wellness Lifestyle

5G Technology and Your Health

It was in the late 1800’s that power plants beganoperations and electric lighting became every day. Theconvenience of electrical machines, such as refrigerators,came later and then microwaves and televisions becamethe norm around the mid-20th century. With the...

Read More

Wellness Lifestyle

All About Eggs

About 40 years ago it was determined that excessive cholesterol in the diet was a public health concern. Specifically, it was thought that there was a causal link between consuming cholesterol-laden foods and an increased risk of heart disease. For many years, one...

Read More

Wellness Lifestyle

An Attitude of Gratitude

The German theologian, Meister Eckhart, once said, “If the only prayer you said in your whole life was ‘thank you,’ that would suffice.” Dr. John Demartini has said that the most powerful prayer is not a prayer of “I need a change in…” but a prayer of “thankfulness...

Read More

Wellness Lifestyle

Balance and Chiropractic

There are many aspects of everyday life that we don’t really value until they’re missing; balance is definitely one of these. Since it is a vital part of normal daily activities such as: walking, bending over to put on or take off shoes, showering and washing hair,...

Read More

Wellness Lifestyle

Caffeine and Stimulants

According to recent research, caffeine is the most commonly used drug in the world and the World Health Organization has classified caffeine dependence as a clinical disorder. While mild to moderate doses can be considered generally safe, research is showing that a...

Read More

Wellness Lifestyle

Camouflaged Sugar

When choosing to live the wellness lifestyle, everyone knows that one of the first changes to make is eliminating sugar from your diet. Obviously, this means no pastries, cookies, cake, candy, sugary soft drinks, etc. Everyone knows that these items are high in...

Read More

Wellness Lifestyle

Cooking Oils

You’ve taken the time to buy really fresh vegetables, to dice them up into a delicious mix so that you and your family can eat healthier and feel better. However, the decision of what oil to cook them in is equally important. The wrong cooking oil can turn a...

Read More