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February, 2013

  • 28 February

    Don't Change Your Life Alone – Get Coached!

    There has been increasing evidence that both business coaching and life coaching has become one of the most powerful methods of personal development. A coach helps people achieve their career and personal goals. Using effective coaching methods, people are able to design actionable plans that motivate and inspire them at …

  • 6 February

    Got the Flu Shot? Here Are Three Other Vaccinations You Should Consider

    This flu season, the media has been hyping the flu scare to new levels, which has led more people to consider getting their flu shot. This is understandable behavior, as one’s health should always be top priority. However, with the media hype about the intensity of this year’s flu season, …

  • 4 February

    Quitting Smoking: Trust in Yourself, Not Dangerous Medications

    Quitting Smoking: Trust in Yourself, Not Dangerous Medications If you’re a long-term smoker, you may have tried to quit in the past without success. Statistics show that as many as one out of every five Americans smoke and that many of them have tried to quit multiple times. Nicotine is …

January, 2013

  • 7 January

    How To Stay Healthy During a Difficult Divorce

    Going through a difficult divorce can be a challenging and disruptive experience for you and your family. You made the commitment to spend the rest of your lives together, but things have changed. You now find your life in a state of upheaval and your normal routine is a heap …

December, 2012

  • 28 December

    Preparing for a Transition to Assisted Living

    Conflicting Feelings Transitioning from a home to senior living centers or an assisted living situation can be a difficult and dramatic change in the life of the elderly. Sometimes it is a welcome change, but sometimes this transition is accompanied by feelings of anger and resentment over the perceived loss …

  • 28 December

    How To Avoid Holiday Health Pitfalls

    Despite the best of intentions the holidays can wreak havoc on your health. Between the stress of shopping and entertaining and the tendency to overindulge at holiday parties, even the most disciplined of us can fall into unhealthy habits before the New Year. Here are a few of the most …

  • 28 December

    The Health Benefits Of Spending Time With Loved Ones

    Sometimes the thought of spending extended time with your family and loved ones can seem very stressful but according to the latest research, being surrounded by those closest to you can relieve stress, encourage healthy eating habits and even help you quit smoking. Here are just a few reason to …

  • 20 December

    Enjoying Winter’s Mushrooms

    Mushrooms are available year-round but many varieties are at their peak during the winter months.With their high nutrition content and their rich, earthy flavor mushrooms make a great addition to virtually any dish whether it’s an omelette for breakfast or a salad for lunch. There are thousands of types of …

  • 20 December

    Taking Pradaxa? 4 Questions You Need to Ask Your Doctor

    Pradaxa is a pharmaceutical medicine that is used to lessen your risks of stroke and blood clots in patients who are at risk for AFib. Atrial fibrillation causes the heart to beat abnormally and the anticoagulant in Pradaxa helps reduce the risks of clots forming throughout your body. As with …

  • 19 December

    New Study Finds People Living Longer But With More Disability

    The health situation around the globe is beginning to look much like the one we are facing here in the United States. Incidents of premature death are low, incidents of disability are high and an abundance of food is causing more of a problem than lack of food. A new …