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  • Wellness.com - Tapping Into the Wisdom of Our Child's Soul by Jessica Gammell-BennettI worked with a client whose son suddenly began displaying aggressive tendencies towards her and his younger siblings. She told me that they were going to hold her son back a year from kindergarten because when it comes time to play football in middle school, there’s a big difference in size between the kids who e...

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  • Wellness.com - 3 Ways to Reduce the Symptoms of Menopause by Wellness EditorMenopause can bring on some pretty uncomfortable symptoms, most of which hit at the worst time possible. From dryness and itching to burning up from the inside out, you can reduce the symptoms of menopause so that this stage in life isn’t as unpleasant as it could be. Dandelion Tea - Believe it or not, - dandelions have a ...

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  • Wellness.com - Top 20 Sacred Sexual Secrets by Andrew PacholykOur sexual health is one of the most important elements of our whole being and natural existence, and yet one that is often shunned, ignored or found to be downright "dirty." A mentor of mine once said, "You should look at EVERY person as a sexual being!" - In my fertility practice, I constantly have patients asking about ways to bring ...

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  • Wellness.com - The Scary Neurotoxin in Our City Water by John ValentyAccording to Harvard University and other researchers, the government approved additive being used by most municipal water authorities is now officially classified as a neurotoxin that can cause long term brain damage. This -Harvard study- linked water fluoridation to a loss in IQ, stating that "fluoride seems to fit in with lead...

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  • Wellness.com - Why Is Big Pharma Against Natural Food Supplements? by Fred FletcherAlthough not as profitable as synthetic alternatives, natural food supplements are a profitable commodity.  As such, you would think that all the profit-obsessed "Biggies" (Big Food, Big Pharma, Big Brother, etc.) would be embracing these products with all their hearts and souls (if they had a soul). But, alas, if y...

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  • Wellness.com - Could This Kind of Blood Save More Lives? by Wellness EditorParents and grandparents rejoice at the arrival of new members in the family. There are few things sweeter and more delightful than a newborn baby. All we want to do is love and protect them. We wish them a long and healthy life but we also know that life can bring difficulties and disease over which we don’t have a lot of ...

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  • Wellness.com - How Pomegranate Helps Clean Your Arteries by Wellness EditorArteries are responsible for carrying oxygen-rich blood throughout the body. When you have healthy arteries, blood flows through the body quite easily. As you age, fatty deposits, cholesterol and cellular waste products settle on the inner walls of your arteries. Research shows that pomegranate can actually help clean your ...

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  • Wellness.com - Mass Shootings Are Contagious by Wellness EditorThe U.S. currently averages one gun-related mass killing every two weeks, with school shootings reported about once every month. With so much violence in the news, it’s only natural to wonder if we’re seeing new trends. Researchers have been studying the numbers, and they’ve found that these shootings can actually be “contagious.” - On...

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  • Wellness.com - Take My Right Lobe… No, Really by Keith GarciaThirteen years ago I married my ex-girlfriend. It really is an awesome love story. One that has all the makings of a great “B” movie filled with mundane and under produced action sequences and excessive nude scenes. One of the side effects of being married, that I wasn’t altogether aware of, is the immediate gain of “family.” “Your broth...

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  • Wellness.com - Can The FDA Be Bought--And At What Price to Our Health? by Fred FletcherThere is no question that the FDA has been designed as an instrument for good; without it, anyone out there could bottle anything they thought was acceptable as a "medicine." This used to be the case, in fact, in the 1800s. Back then the American population were experimental "mice" for the thousands of charlatan...

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  • Wellness.com - 3 Little Known Health Benefits of Coffee by Paisley HansenGotta' have your java? Coffee is a staple for so many people. You see a coffee shop just about anywhere you go and a home without a coffee maker feels like an alien planet. Some of us might even call it our “life blood.” - Regardless of how much you depend on coffee to wake up, focus on work, or relax after dinner, it’s a ma...

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  • Wellness.com - New Drug For 37 Million Who Battle Migraines by Wellness EditorAbout 37 million Americans suffer from migraine headaches; with women more affected than men. In 2016, - migraines affected over a billion people worldwide. With symptoms that include severe and debilitating headache, nausea (often accompanied by vomiting), light and noise sensitivity, and difficulty speaking, migraines ...

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  • Wellness.com - Set Your Intention: Creating an Intention Board by Sandra WatsonDo you live a life of intention and purpose? With focused intention we can create our lives based on our interests, ideals, truth, and, ultimately our purpose for being here. According to the Merriam - Webster Online Dictionary, Intention is "what one intends to do or bring about." With this in mind, an Intention Board ...

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  • Wellness.com - Fruit Sugar Warnings Debunked? by Wellness EditorFor years, many diets have claimed that eating fruit is just as bad as eating candy, because of the sugar - but that -may not be the case. Most American adults consume toxic levels, or - more than 50 grams - of added sugar, each day. What many don’t realize is that not all sugar works the same way in our bodies—and - where - that suga...

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  • Wellness.com - Suicide Can Be Contagious by Wellness EditorThe American Foundation for Suicide Prevention - reports - 44,965 people die each year by suicide. For every one successful suicide, 25 people make unsuccessful attempts. While the highest suicide rates are among the middle-aged and elderly, clusters of suicides sometimes occur in teens and young adults. Some - research - suggests that und...

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  • Wellness.com - How to Recover From an Affair by Raffi BilekAn affair is often thought of as a death blow to a marriage –the worst thing that could possibly happen to the relationship, from which there can be no recovery. The truth is that a couple can still save their marriage after one partner has committed adultery, if both parties choose to do so. This choice is naturally harder for the spouse ...

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  • Wellness.com - Retailer Caught Selling Used Cosmetic and Beauty Products by Wellness EditorA class action lawsuit- alleges that some Ulta Beauty stores have been selling used cosmetic, beauty and hair products as if they were new.  This is the second class action lawsuit brought against Ulta Beauty Inc this year, which has over 1,000 stores in 48 states. This deceptive practice could expose Ulta c...

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  • Wellness.com - How Med Tech is Helping Put an End to the Opiate Epidemic by Robert ParmerIn the past, I’ve written about the - stigmas associated with addiction - as well as the integral role of - nurses in addiction treatment. In this piece, I’ll focus on what has become the most problematic and widespread form of addiction the world is currently facing. There’s no beating around the bush: the wo...

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  • Wellness.com - Why Changing Your Perspective Leads To A More Fulfilling Life by Jill SodiniChoosing Quality Instead of Quantity - When I was working for a health insurance company early in my career, there was a period of time when we used the tag line “live longer better.” I thought this was great because there were endless amounts of studies that said by adopting healthier habits lifespan could ...

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  • Wellness.com - Does Taking Antidepressants During Pregnancy Harm Your Baby? by Dr. Ryan HarveyIt’s one of the many age-old arguments during pregnancy – should expectant mothers take antidepressants? - As of April 2018, it was -recorded- that 9 out of 10 American women take medicine during pregnancy, with approximately 5% of those women taking antidepressants, or selective serotonin reuptake inhibi...

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  • Wellness.com - Want More Veggies in Your Diet? Try Adding Them at Breakfast! by Joel Fuhrman, M.D.Having trouble finding ways to incorporate more green (and red, yellow, orange and purple) into your day? Try eating vegetables for breakfast! A nutrient-dense selection of vegetables can be a great way to kick-start your day. Need some inspiration? My newest publication, -100 Best Foods for Health an...

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  • Wellness.com - Change Your Mind - Change Your Life by Melanie Rudnick“Eat this, but not that, and you will lose weight." “Do this exercise and your body will transform." “Follow this meal plan to reach your goal." Anyone who is unhappy with their body, and has ever gone to a class at the gym, picked up a magazine, or had a conversation with friends, has at some point heard someone say something li...

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  • Wellness.com - American Cancer Society Recommends Earlier Screening For This Cancer by Wellness EditorResearchers have seen an unsettling new trend: Colon cancer is striking people at younger ages. As a result, the American Cancer Society recently updated its guidelines for colon and rectal cancer prevention, now advising that -all people begin routine screening at 45. Previous guidelines recommen...

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  • Wellness.com - The 5 Behaviors That Limit Success by Dr. Tomi BryanPeople who struggle creating success for themselves usually engage in one of five limiting behaviors. Researchers Zenger and Folkman call these behaviors “fatal flaws” in their book -The Extraordinary Leader. Their research found, “five patterns of behavior that consistently lead to a failure in leadership. Possessing one or more o...

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  • Wellness.com - Give Your Breasts a Lift… Naturally by Lisa DruxmanCountless women experience -sagging breasts-, especially after having children and breastfeeding. Natural aging, weight loss and weight gain are a few factors that can -cause the problem- as well. If you would love a natural lift, you can try a few exercises to help get toned naturally. Do the exercises about 2 to 3 times a week if ...

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  • Wellness.com - The Many Health Benefits of Onions And... by Joel Fuhrman, M.D.It’s My Party- Everyone hates when you cut onions and your eyes begin to tear, but did you know that the sulfur compounds that make your eyes water have a health benefit? These 6 foods are rich in cancer-fighting organosulfur compounds, which are produced when the cell walls of these vegetables are broken down by choppin...

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  • Wellness.com - The Healthiest of The Healthy: Super-Veggies by Robert ParmerI wanted to share some knowledge about the immensely prominent health benefits of veggies that fall into the superfood category. Call me crazy, but I’ve never had an issue with eating vegetables. Even at a young age I was accustomed to eating all kinds of veggies, and they never phased me. In fact, I consider myself extrem...

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  • Wellness.com - Time to Ban These Three Words: “Typical Teen Behavior” by Janet EdgetteWe use “typical teen behavior” to refer to a broad range of things our teens do, much of it unbecoming. Whenever they appear - moody - , or - stop talking to us - , or resist our reminders about everything from deadlines to hygiene, our go-to explanation is that "they’re just being typical teens." - But are they?...