From the monthly archives:

December 2014

Young children are new to the world and free from the baggage that adults often carry about eating, body image, exercising, and more. We should all try and be more youthful in our approach to fun! 1 Only Eat What You Have Room For Toddlers only eat if they feel like it, despite adults’ ideas […]

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You’re more likely to find success when you have have friends cheering you on, helping you out, and holding you accountable. Here are some ways to create your own group of health-minded support! First, you need to find your people. -Try the gym. There are often groups of seniors walking around the pool, sharing a […]

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“Focus” On A New Year!

December 29, 2014

Whatever your goals for 2015, working on your focus and brain power will help you achieve them. A sharper mind helps prevent sports injuries, because you react more quickly, learn skills better, listen better to what’s happening around you. It helps you focus, to achieve goals that require effort and diligence. Focus also helps you […]

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Gilead’s new Hep C treatment, Sovaldi, is supposed to cure Hepatitis C in just a few months. But at a steep price—$83K, or $1,000 per pill per day! Even if you have top tier health insurance, most won’t cover it. And Medicaid/Medicare have been fighting with Gilead (especially in California, whose MediCal program has soooo […]

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A Hug A Day Keeps The Flu Away

December 25, 2014

Officials are warning that it will be a nasty flu season this year, and have been pushing for everyone to get the flu shot (even though it will be less effective this year) before getting together for holiday gatherings. There are lots of ways to prevent the flu, from immune system support (colloidal silver!) to […]

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