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  • RX: LAUGHTER
    RX: LAUGHTER You probably already knew that laughing feels good, but did you know it has actual therapeutic benefits? According to the Mayo Clinic, laughter can help with relaxation by stimulating […]
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    Popular Diets
    Popular Diets There’s always a lot of talk going around about the latest diet. It usually starts with “New research has shown…” and then goes on to tout the wonderful […]
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    Have you ever wondered how much sleep our kids need? 
    Have you ever wondered how much sleep our kids need? As we head back into the new school year it is important that our kids get great sleep. Studies have […]
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    Sun Damage
    Sun Damage Sunburns hurt! Some people can get a sunburn after only 10-15 minutes in the sun! It is important to protect your skin while outdoors to prevent skin cancer […]
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    Healthy Eating
    Healthy Eating Healthy eating is imperative to overall health, however, for many of us, it is a chore.  Between meal planning in our already hectic lives, ignoring fast foods when […]
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    Strokes
    Strokes Strokes are the 5th leading cause of death in the US, and the leading cause of disability in adults. We all have an idea of what to do if […]
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    Weight Management
    Weight Management Maintaining a healthy weight can be challenging in our rushed society where obesity is now an epidemic. Many find it difficult to make time for meal planning, cooking, […]
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    Dehydration
    Dehydration Summer is fast approaching, bringing on lots of outdoor fun in the sun. I say, BRING IT ON! With plenty of water, that is. Dehydration is one of the […]
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    A Thought on Mental Illness
    A Thought on Mental Illness I found this thought deep in the internet (there was no original source cited) and thought that it was a really good metaphor to help […]