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A Pecan a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

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April is National Pecan Month, and it’s a great time to learn more about this powerhouse of nutrition. The word pecan is derived from an Algonquin word meaning “nut requiring a stone to crack.” Native tribes in the U.S. and Mexico relied on the nut f... Read full article

Let's Make 50 Your Best Milestone

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Three Health Apps You Can Use Everyday

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So, I don’t know about you, but for four years now, I have really paid attention to what’s in our food and our cleaning supplies. While moderation is probably key to using bleach...there is always a better choice. But whether it’s bleach or a multi-s... Read full article

Restless Leg Syndrome What Is It, and Is There a Cure?

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You lay down in bed after a long day, get comfortable, and all of a sudden…that indefinable, urgent, twitchy, restless feeling comes over you, and you know you aren’t going to sleep well. Those who haven’t experienced it may never quite understand ... Read full article

Take a Trip: The Mental and Physical Health Benefits of Vacationing

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Setting aside time to escape the busyness of life may pose a challenge for hard-working moms, but the many rewards are worth every effort! ... Read full article



Wake Up, Coffee, Lunchbox

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You know how it goes…you wake up, have your coffee, get the kids up and dressed, and you realize, “Oh my gosh, I forgot to pack lunches!” Since they eat a lot, we would like the snacks and lunches to be somewhat healthy. Also the food should be with... Read full article

Apple Cider Vinegar

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Give the Gift of a Wellness Retreat this Holiday under $100

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We all know that taking a vacation is good for us. But for whatever reason, Americans tend to take less vacations then the rest of the modern working world.  In a survey of 1,200 full-time employed Americans, Kimble Applications found that 47 percent... Read full article

Sugar 101: High Fructose Corn Syrup Increases the Risk of Heart Disease

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Heart disease is the number one cause of death in America. It is common knowledge that diets high in saturated fat and cholesterol lead to heart disease. But did you know that added sugars, like high fructose corn syrup, can also increase the risk of... Read full article

Forget About Memory Loss

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It’s scary! Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, dementia, memory loss…it’s scary to talk, and even think about. Will it affect you? Your family? How should we view the possibility that this might affect us or our family? And what educated steps... Read full article