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Steps to a Healthy & Fit 2012
on March 1, 2012 at 12:50 am / in HEALTH, MEN, WOMEN

Steps to a Healthy & Fit 2012

Steps to a Healthy & Fit 2012 By: Natasha Carr, MS We are officially more than 60 days into the New Year; and many of us have set various resolutions and goals we aim to accomplish before the year 2012 comes to a close.  Keeping this in mind, I pose this question to you: What are your health and fitness […]

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Dentistry for Children
on March 1, 2012 at 12:45 am / in HEALTH, MEN, WOMEN

Dentistry for Children

Dentistry for Children By: Dr. Stephen Montoya BIO: “Dr. Steve,” as he is known by his patients, graduated from the University of Iowa College of Dentistry in 2006. Prior to attending dental School, he attended Portland State University. Dr. Steve completed a Pediatric Dental Residency at Saint Joseph’s Hospital in Rhode Island.  In 2009, Dr Steve became a Board Certified […]

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Growing Old Gracefully
on March 1, 2012 at 12:42 am / in HEALTH, MEN

Growing Old Gracefully

Growing Old Gracefully by: Keith Ellis We all know it has to happen at some point in our life–and that is, we all are getting older, whether we like it or not! I started to notice some signs recently. It started the other morning when I got out of bed and started heading towards the shower.  I heard these weird […]

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Stressed Out? 4 Ways to Overcome
on March 1, 2012 at 12:35 am / in HEALTH, MEN, WOMEN

Stressed Out? 4 Ways to Overcome

Stressed Out? 4 Ways to Overcome By:  Beverly VanTull  Stress is a fact of life for anyone in the 21st century “rat race” or ‘big business’ fast lane; but the good news from my latest research is that you don’t have to sacrifice your you’re your happiness or your health. Engaged wisely, stress can actually jump start your energy, help […]

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Reflexology
on January 22, 2012 at 6:48 am / in HEALTH

Reflexology

By:  Jayson Jackson Flexibility Physiology is partner-assisted stretching that reduces, and or removes the causes of pain. It restores muscular and joint balance therefore increasing the economy of movement. With flexibility physiology, nerve conduction improves to increase the potential for speed conditioning.  It also increases the speed of recovery of exercise (post exercise), and identifies weakness of muscles in the joints […]

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Cholesterol: What Do The Numbers Mean?
on January 22, 2012 at 6:44 am / in HEALTH

Cholesterol: What Do The Numbers Mean?

Nearly every time we open a magazine, newspaper or online news source, we see articles about cholesterol. But do we really understand what the numbers mean? What’s good, what’s bad and what does eating fatty foods do to us?  High blood cholesterol is one of the risk factors for heart disease. The higher your blood cholesterol level, the greater the […]

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