Eat Your Way to a Stronger Immune System

Whether preventing a common cold, the flu or keeping your natural guard strong in the midst of the pandemic, using food as medicine to build a strong immune system is front and center. We've been conditioned to want a quick fix to our health problems. Wouldn’t it ...

What You Should Know About Dense Breasts and Mammography

As women, we are bombarded every October with pink ribbons, athletes wearing pink socks, and commercials and billiards telling us to get a mammogram. Every year, millions of women are subjected to harmful ionizing radiation as directed by their health care providers. We ...

Mammography Versus Thermography: What’s the Difference?

What’s the difference between mammography and thermography? Is thermography better than mammography? Does it replace mammography? There’s often confusion on this subject by thinking one replaces the other. One could say comparing these two breast screening ...

Simple Life … Simply Joyful

The beginning of the pandemic began an introspective period of reassessment and reprioritizing for many people. For some, the whole world seemed to stop, people were faced with months and, in some cases, well over a year of isolation and ...

Finding Mindfulness Through Art and Creative Practice

Some turn to meditation, yoga or tai chito enter into a meditative or flow state. However, creative practice can be equally beneficial and help those who find it hard to connect to a flow state in other ways.  There are certainly benefits from a regular mindfulness practice ...

The Effects of Aging on Sleep: What You can Do About It

Sleep plays a critical role in good health. Despite being well established that most adults need at least seven hours of sleep each night, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that more than one third of all American adults get less than that. ...

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