Mind-Body Health

With colder climates creeping, it’s the perfect time to explore new ways to boost your immune system against the common cold, flu, and other respiratory ailments. While there are many products on the market that address these issues, aromatherapy offers a natural way to soothe and protect yourself...Read More
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For decades, medical scientists believed that genes determined our biological destiny. If cancer, heart disease, or diabetes were part of our family history, developing these diseases seemed inevitable. However, thanks to a growing body of genetic research, we now know that genes are not our...Read More
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Nearly every person has experienced cancer in some way. Whether you have had a bout with cancer yourself or have known someone who has, one thing is for sure, cancer has become a prevalent world problem. According to the World Health Organization, cancer is the leading cause of death worldwide....Read More
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In one week, I had to put down my favorite cat, adjust to one of my adult children moving back home after graduating from college, send off another one to college, and help a family member get into a rehab program. I was in such a task mode that when the weekend came, I felt too exhausted to do...Read More
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We live in a diet-obsessed culture. It seems like every week a new diet makes headlines, claiming to be the best path to weight loss. From Paleo, South Beach, and Atkins, to Primal, Ketogenic, and Zone, it can be hard to decipher the best way to shed excess weight. Isn’t there a tried-and-true plan...Read More
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It’s easy to become obsessed with your diet, temperature, and ovulation schedule when you’re trying to get pregnant. But these things can actually exacerbate infertility. We often rely on outside people and things to tell us what’s going on in our body—and that’s part of the problem. In this modern...Read More
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Fatigue is a lack of energy, motivation, and/or concentration. The all-too-worn-out phrase, “it takes energy to make energy,” gets at the crux of the “chicken or egg” problem. How can such a nebulous word hold so much power over you? You would think that just as a day only has 24 hours, you too...Read More
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Are you one of the approximately 126 million Americans experiencing pain? Medications are one of the most common strategies to help reduce pain; however, they come with many side effects. Many people are turning to alternative therapies for pain management, including therapies that tap into the...Read More