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Benign Neglect?
Health / Health & Wellness / Healthy Eating

Benign Neglect?

Recently I wrote a blog post titled, “I Am Not My Brother”.   In this post I described my daughter’s two year quest to find a diagnosis for her symptoms and how she was forced to live in the shadow of her brother’s eating disorder.  The post described the difficulties our […]

Texas A&M research shows shift work unwinds body clocks, leads to more severe strokes
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Texas A&M research shows shift work unwinds body clocks, leads to more severe strokes

Statistics show that some 15 million Americans don’t work the typical nine-to-five. These employees (or shift workers), who punch in for graveyard or rotating shifts, are more prone to numerous health hazards, from heart attacks to obesity, and now, new research, published in Endocrinology, shows shift work may also have serious […]

Eight Steps You Can Take to Fight Oxidative Stress
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Eight Steps You Can Take to Fight Oxidative Stress

Oxidative Stress  – the Root Cause of All Disease Increased oxidative stress is the source of all illness and leads to cardiovascular disease, arthritis, a variety of cancers, and much more. Here, Dr. Thomas E. Levy reveals the eight steps to help you stop oxidative stress in its tracks. There’s […]

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Resolution Realization: 7 Diet Apps for Slimdown Success in New Year

Even the most well-intentioned New Year’s Resolutions can quickly become nothing more than a fond memory without a solid plan in place to keep you motivated and on track. And if you utilize tools and resources that are a means toward that end, all the better. And it seems some […]

How to Handle the Holidays as a Recovering Addict
Health & Wellness / Managing Stress / Mental Health

How to Handle the Holidays as a Recovering Addict

The holiday season is upon us, with festive parties and gatherings on the horizon through New Year’s Day. But for those dealing with addiction and staying sober, studies show relapses spike during this time of year, making it a stressful time for people in recovery and families with loved ones […]