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3 Holiday Toxins That Could Cause Serious Health Issues

Christmas decorations and lights “A study from 2014 found that 13 percent of seasonal holiday products sold at major retailers like Walmart and CVS contained lead levels that exceeded a threshold deemed safe for children’s toys.” Wrapping paper “There are an increasingly large number of chemicals being used to treat

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4 Strategies To Help You Combat Holiday Stress

According to the American Psychological Association “38% of people say their stress level increases during the holidays”. Common stressors include, financial pressure, the feeling of “too much to do” , too many parties, family conflict, Seasonal Affective Disorder, and loneliness which is even more pronounced this year for many people

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3 Ways Gratitude Can Improve Your Life (and immune system)

The holiday season is a time of year that elicits feelings of gratitude and positivity in many people and with the year we have had…this is so needed! But can it improve your health?  According to Robert Emmons, the world’s leading researcher on gratitude, “Grateful people — those who perceive

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Is Stress Increasing Your Risk Of Getting Sick?

Cold, flu and now, Covid season are upon us. We are experiencing something that many of us probably thought we would never see during our lifetime, another pandemic. It’s unsettling, scary, and frustrating for many people. We have learned from watching what has unfolded this year that we need to take extraordinary measures

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4 Myths When It Comes To High Blood Pressure

Many people believe or have been told incorrect information when it comes to high blood pressure. This video will uncover 4 of these myths. If you or someone you know suffers from high blood pressure this video could help save their life. Please share. For additional help please contact your

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Sugar And Your Health

The average American consumes almost 152 pounds of sugar in one year. This equals 3 pounds (or 6 cups) consumed in one week or over 25 teaspoons in just one day! By contrast in 1915 the average sugar consumption per person was 17.5 pounds a year. Sugar is the most

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14-Day Gratitude Challenge…Are You Up For It?

With everything going on in our world today we need a pick me up! Well here it is. Research is very clear when it comes to gratitude. Not only will gratitude improve your physical and emotional health but it will also make you happier, less depressed and so much more.

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Can Gratitude Change Your Brain And Improve Your Health?

For many years now scientists have broken down parts of the brain to determine more specifically what each area of the brain does. This research has helped scientists determine what functions and activities help to keep different areas of the brain healthy. …………………………………… Let’s take for example the prefrontal cortex.

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Does Your Child Have Scoliosis?

Scoliosis is the most common spinal deformity. It affects 2-3% of the population, or an estimated 6-9 million people in the United States. It can develop in infancy or early childhood but the most common age of onset is 10-15 years old. Doctors use something called a Cobb angle to

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Could Online Learning Cause Health Issues For Your Kids?

With the hybrid learning model happening in most schools, kids are sitting for longer periods of time on their computers. Not only is this causing social and emotional consequences, it is also extremely hard physically on their bodies. Online learning places excess physical strain on kids’ backs, shoulders and necks

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