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Want to Feel Good Again?

| October 30, 2016 | 0 Comments
Want to Feel Good Again?

By Anne Sack What was initially a desire to learn about possible options to medical issues has now become a part of my lifestyle and regular regimen. It wasn’t what I expected. I’m referring to a decision to talk to Sheila Kendro, R.N., L.Ac, who provides acupuncture and craniosacral therapy. Several years back, I had […]

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Planking for Your Health

| October 30, 2016 | 0 Comments

Along with nutrition and sleep, exercise is a core pillar of great health. It is a critical part of living a long and healthy life without too many health complications. The human body was designed to move, and it is always a good time to get started. You will want to try different exercises to […]

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Andrew Young Requests Fluoridegate Scandal Hearings

| October 29, 2016 | 0 Comments
Andrew Young Requests Fluoridegate Scandal Hearings

  Civil rights pioneer and former U.S. Ambassador Andrew Young  sent a letter to Georgia Governor Nathan Deal and House Speaker David Ralston calling for hearings to investigate why water fluoridation is continuing despite numerous reasons for ending the practice. “This is a civil rights issue,” he says, “and the people have a right to […]

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What Happens When You Take A Break From Exercising?

| October 5, 2016 | 0 Comments

When you exercise on a regular basis, you not only gain physical benefits, but neurological ones as well. Although these gains only take a few weeks to notice, they can disappear just as quickly once the exercise stops. It takes twice as long as an inactive period to get back into shape. For example, if […]

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Making Friends with Yourself Class Combats High Stress of Teen Life

| September 18, 2016 | 0 Comments
Making Friends with Yourself Class Combats High Stress of Teen Life

“You’re not smart enough to get that job.” “Could you look any worse in that dress?!” “People think you’re an idiot – and they’re totally right!” If someone were to talk to us this way, we’d avoid him or her like the plague. If a comment like this appeared on our social media, we’d unfriend […]

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Autumn Is On the Horizon

| September 17, 2016 | 0 Comments
Autumn Is On the Horizon

by Violet Green Let’s take a break from all of busyness of summer to notice a subtle, quiet shift…in the light, I’m talking about sunlight. Even though the San Diego temperatures won’t reflect cool weather for quite some time, I am noticing that the rising sun no longer awakens me with a quick poke of […]

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The Importance of Hip Health

| September 17, 2016 | 0 Comments

Hip health is important, as the hip flexors are the central folding point of the body, stabilizing the lower body, and giving range of motion to the upper body. A typical workout may not focus enough attention on the hips, making them prone to injury and weakness. Poor hip health may lead to other health […]

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Tell Our Elected Officials We Pay for Clean Water; So Stop Contaminating It

| September 14, 2016 | 0 Comments
Tell Our Elected Officials We Pay for Clean Water; So Stop Contaminating It

It is five years later and finally the glue that holds the fluoridation house of cards together is starting to collapse. It’s mainly because those who support it haven’t been willing to have a rational debate/discussion about it. And, I know from experience. Back in 2011, I became one of hundreds of people who created […]

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San Diegans Unite to Support Innovative Lung Cancer Research

| August 3, 2016 | 0 Comments
San Diegans Unite to Support Innovative Lung Cancer Research

Hundreds of local residents are joining forces to fight lung cancer, united in the belief that surviving lung cancer should be the expectation, not the exception. These everyday superheroes will be meeting at the San Diego Free to Breathe 5K Run/Walk and One-mile Walk on Sunday, August 7 at the Embarcadero Marina Park North. All proceeds […]

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Summer Cooling Off Solutions

| August 2, 2016 | 0 Comments
Summer Cooling Off Solutions

By Violet Green If you venture out into a clothing store in San Diego in late July or early August looking for “summer clothes,” you’ll be out of luck. The stores will have an abundant supply of long pants (including corduroys), sweaters, long-sleeved shirts, and even jackets or light coats. As a transplant from the […]

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