All Posts in Category: Lifestyle

December 2008 – Kids Mimic Parents’ Diets from an Early Age

Hi All, The end of the year is actually here.  How do you want to finish off your 2008?  On a high note or a low note?  With love in your heart or with fear? With all that has happened over the last few months politically, socially, economically and spiritually, is this going to end […]

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December 2007 – Flexibility is great for your health

December 2007 Dear Patient and Friend, Flexibility is great for your health. Flexibility may help you thrive in the years to  come.  When individuals are taught to be flexible, it means they are pliable, adaptable and responsive to change. The dictionary elaborates on this definition by adding … “the ability of persons or things to […]

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October 2006 – Clear Communication

October 2006 Dear Patient and Friend, Welcome to the 21st century, where instant and clear communication is available to us at the drop of a hat. We have become so reliant on this in our everyday lives that any interference in our ability to communicate makes us feel out of touch with reality. How did […]

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September 2006 – Backpack Safety

September 2006 Dear Patient and Friend, Facts can be your best friends and not your enemy. “Don’t confuse me with the facts,” is a funny phrase we sometimes hear. It is funny to us because we all know that sometimes we are quick to make decisions without knowing all of the facts. Sometimes we make […]

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July 2006 – The Medicine Trap

July 2006 Dear Patient and Friend, In these modern times, the entire world seems to be more and more dependent on drugs.  Drugs in war and drugs in peace, drugs to kill insects, drugs to wake you up and drugs to make you sleepy, drugs to speed you up and drugs to slow you down, […]

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