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  • Overall Health Brings With Your Skin

    By: Laurie Pearce For the same reasons we see our primary care doctors and dentist, it is important to see a skin care professional. The overall health of our skin is improved and cared for by these professionals. Our Physicians, Physician’s Assistant and Estheticians work to treat your skin on many levels. Correction, treatment and…

  • Healing Touch

    Healing Touch is an energy therapy in which the practitioners consciously use their hands in a heart-centered and intentional way to enhance, support and facilitate the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health and self-healing. It is biofield (magnet field around the body) therapy that is an energy-based approach to health and healing. Healing Touch uses…

  • More Things Most People Don’t Know About Chiropractic

    Even though chiropractic care has become much more mainstream in the recent past, there are many misconceptions regarding our profession. We have come a long way in our 120 years, but the fact remains that most folks do not understand what chiropractors do. Here is a short list of some facts regarding chiropractic. We know…

  • Healing Touch And Essential Oils

    By: CLAUDIA ALESI, HTP, CPC | Healing Touch Practitioner | Certified Life Coach | Student of Aromatherapy | Reiki Master/Teacher In the Old Testament there are hundreds of references to the use of essential oils. There are over one thousand references in some accounts. These essential oils were used for celebrating, healing, anointing, and blessing;…

  • Keep the elements out—Enclose your screen porch!

    With the return of the fall/ winter season, you may be battening down the hatches of your screen porch. Many homeowners are familiar with the popular sunroom additions on the market today, and those who have purchased one enjoy the extra living space available for family gatherings or evening relaxation as well as high return…

  • Energy Efficiency Standards

    By Regan Roberts Deck, CMI You may remember, a few years ago the Department of Energy increased the minimum efficiency of newly installed heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment from 10 to 13 SEER. (SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio.) On January 1st, 2015, the minimums changed once more – this time depending on…

  • Walgreens Loves the Skin You’re In

    Finally, after months of bitter cold, the never ending polar vortex of winter is behind us, welcome to summer. As you prepare for some long deserved fun in the sun, it is important to take the appropriate precautions. While the sun is a good source of Vitamin D, it can also lead to burnt and…

  • Paying for Long-Term Care: Is Planning Early & Protecting My Assets Ethical?

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  • Pull Your Weeds, Not Your Back When Gardening!
    Dr. Tracy Hudson

    Gardening is usually one of the first activities of the season where we subject ourselves to sudden bursts of activity and really put our backs at risk. Growing your own food for health, fun and sustainability can be a fun and relaxing way of reconnecting with mother nature and with the rising cost of groceries,…

  • Blinds, Shades and Child Safety

    Do you remember all the news stories, a couple years ago, concerning child safety and window coverings? The subject sticks out in my mind obviously because it is related to my work and because I have small children. The concern was mostly over mail order and or stock items that were bought off a shelf…

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