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Heel that pain

The sun’s shining, the birds are singing, and you’d love to just hop right out of bed, but alas you cannot, for you know what awaits you—searing heel pain!

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Resting from restlessness

Much of our lives we spending moving and striving and doing and doing some more. We also need to remember the importance of rest.

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Detox sprints

The Fourth of July weekend holiday has come to an end and it’s back to work we go! If you did a lot of indulging as you celebrated, then don’t be surprised if your mind and your body are a bit sluggish. The best way to flip the switch to have clarity and energy is to fuel your body best…that means no more sugary, salty,…

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How to identify emotional eating

We eat because we’re hungry. And sad. Not to mention bored or tired. Often, though, it’s because we’re anxious or excited. The excuses for our reasons to celebrate with food are as numerous as the stars in the sky. Humans don’t always eat strictly to satisfy their hunger. We also turn to food for comfort, stress relief, or as a reward…

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Reducing your risk of colon cancer

I realize the discussion of “down under” body parts can cause some people to become squeamish. So when it comes to talking about colorectal health you might just want to end this conversation right about now. Please, I beg you, don’t. By the time you reach your fifties, this organ can treat you right, or things could go awfully wrong.…

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Are you overdue for a check up?

When you purchase a new vehicle, you are handed an owner’s manual with a specific maintenance schedule to be followed. This mileage-dictated timetable, suggested by the manufacturer, is in the vehicles’ best interest—and in your best interest as its owner/operator. This is because the vehicle will undergo predictable wear…

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5 steps to helping you and your family sleep better

Add this to your list of “Stuff I Already Knew”: Sleep is important. But for such an important facet of our lives (a person living to the age of 90 will have spent 30 years of their life asleep!), we don’t seem to do very well at getting enough sleep…not to mention getting enough quality sleep. So how do we start…

Peter Kapsner

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