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Armpit Detox

Did you know the pores of the armpits are important when it comes to detox and the removal of toxins through perspiration? The armpit is also a major drainage area for our lymphatic system, which transports toxins, waste, and other unwanted materials to be...

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Working from Home Cooking Non-Spaghetti

Meal times, and reducing snacking, have been an ongoing trial for me in this Covid era of working from home. When I don’t have meals planned out, I snack and eat more as I am figuring out what my meal is going to be. Both portion size and healthy choices...

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Coffee Enemas 101

Have you heard about the benefits of coffee enemas? Did you know this ancient ayurvedic practice has been around for thousands of years to promote healing and cleansing of the liver, colon, and body? In this blog, we’ll briefly review how coffee enemas...

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4 Tips to Create Work-Life Balance

An imbalance between home and work life can contribute to both stress at home and at work. By intentionally creating balance between these two parts of our lives, it can make our lives easier and also the lives of those around us. Keep reading for tips to...

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Are You Really Ready for Spring?

Spring and fall are one of the busier times of year for rehab professionals because people start their new seasonal activities and get hurt more often as their bodies are not ready for the change. Things like skiing, mountain biking, kayaking, running,...

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My Experience with the COVID-19 Vaccine

A couple of months ago, we finally received the announcement that healthcare workers were eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. It was a mad rush to get an appointment scheduled before they were all taken, and you had to wait. I did not know where to...

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Urinary Incontinence

Losing urine accidentally, known as urinary incontinence, is more common in women than in men, although it can take place in either men or women, and at any age.  The Mayo Clinic in the United States lists six basic types of urinary incontinence:

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Five Things I’ve Learned about IBS... My Personal Experience

For the last six years, I have managed Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). I was formally diagnosed three years ago. In that time, many people have asked me about it hoping to improve their own symptoms. As I have learned from personal experience, there are...

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How Stress Affects the Body

There’s a lot of different things in life that can cause one stress. While the body is designed to handle a certain amount of stress, constant stress can put your health at serious risk and lead to complications. This article explores what stress does to...

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