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Hoshino: A Unique Massage Therapy

Hoshino: A Unique Massage Therapy

By Michael Hollander – There are so many types of massage, and there appears to be a masseuse on every corner these days. How is Hoshino Massage Therapy different from all the others? This therapy was developed by Tomezo Hoshino, who was born in 1910 in Atsugi, Japan, into a family who for generations had been practitioners of acupuncture and …

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Ask Fearless Love: Dating after divorce?

Dating after divorce

I want to ask out a woman I know, but I’m not sure it’s a good idea. She divorced her husband about 4 months ago. I’m not close friends with her, however we do know each other. She’s someone I’ve always liked and so when she divorced, I was actually happy I could pursue her. What’s your advice about asking …

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ONCOLOGY SPA DEDICATED TO UPLIFTING SPIRITS OF THOSE UNDERGOING CANCER TREATMENTS SUCH AS CHEMO AND RADIATION

CANCER TREATMENT

What would you say about a place that is relaxing and rejuvenating especially for cancer patients?  A place that provides an atmosphere where someone’s mind and body needs can be met while they’re undergoing chemotherapy, radiation, or having to deal with any type of cancer or skin disease? Magnifique? Well, that’s what many are saying about the Spa Care Center …

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Eat Today to Fight Tomorrow: Nutrition & Disease Prevention

Disease Prevention

What’s in it for me? Why eat nutritious foods? Have you ever taken a minute to reflect on your motivation for living a healthy lifestyle? As I see it, most people fit into one (or more) of these three categories: 1. Reach specific goals 2. Manage disease and damage control 3. Prevention Reaching specific goals. These are the people that …

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One of Those Things You Just Don’t Like to Talk About

Daniel Lindenberg, MD

By Daniel Lindenberg, MD, PA – Constipation is one of those topics few like to talk about. If you’ve suffered from this problem, though, you know it can be both painful and frustrating. Almost everyone gets constipated at some time during his or her life. It affects approximately 2% of the population in the U.S. Women and the elderly are …

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Don’t Live with Chronic Anxiety

Chronic Anxiety

A powerful, drug-free method and technology can help – often dramatically. By Tina Landeen, LCSW and Michael Cohen, Founder, CBT – Do you or someone you know experience chronic anxiety? Are you excessively nervous or fearful? Do you have panic attacks? If so, you’ve probably already tried or considered medications. Unfortunately, medications don’t always eliminate all the symptoms, and they …

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Don’t Give Up!

By Brent Myers, Pastor of Community Life – OK. So here we are… five months into a new year. How are things working out for you? Did you set goals for making this year the best year ever? Did you have dreams and ambitions to make this year different? Did you plan on making things better? Well… how are you …

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HAVE YOU OR YOUR CHILD SUSTAINED A CONCUSSION? ARE YOU SURE?

A Concussion is a serious yet common brain injury that is often overlooked.  A simple blow to the head can cause a Concussion, even if the signs and symptoms do not appear right away.  When a concussion occurs, symptoms may not develop right away and even if they do, they may not be easily recognized.  For this reason, Concussions can …

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The Miracle of Red Light Technology

The Miracle of Red Light Technology

By Susan Allen, Certified Lymphatic Therapist – Do you have a holiday party to attend and want to look fabulous? Want to lose that jiggly fat that has not responded to diet and exercise? Let me introduce you to red light therapy and a non-invasive body slimming method to remove fat, reduce inches and tighten the skin at the same …

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The “Hearing Bone’s” Connected to the What?

Hearing Bone

Once upon a time, before people knew any better, they thought that hearing loss was simply a part of growing older—something not worth doing much about. They were wrong. Turns out, hearing loss isn’t fussy about age. More than half of us with hearing loss are still in the workforce. And hearing loss is a much bigger deal than we …

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Youth Sports Safety Tips – Keeping Your Kids Safe While Playing Sports

Youth Sports Safety Tips

Participation in sports offers tremendous social, emotional and physical benefits for children.  We know that one of the worst things for kids is to be sidelined with an injury.  As parents and coaches, there are simple things we can do to help reduce preventable injuries and keep our kids playing the sports they love. Each year, 2.6 million children ages …

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Ask Fearless Love

love

Dear Fearless Love, Who are you – really? I am considering joining an online dating site. I have heard that people online frequently misrepresent themselves and many are already married. I think people you meet in person can do the same thing. That got me thinking, what information should I be asking people I “meet” online. What type of information …

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Pain, Itching, Bleeding?

Pain, Itching, Bleeding?

There Are Effective Non-Invasive Treatments for Hemorrhoids. By Daniel Lindenberg, MD, PA – By age 50, about half of adults have had to deal with the itching, discomfort and bleeding that can signal the presence of hemorrhoids. “Weak” veins — leading to hemorrhoids and other varicose veins — may be inherited. It’s likely that extreme abdominal pressure causes the veins …

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Insomnia

Insomnia

By Harmony Brown, AP – If you are like 51% of Americans you have difficulty sleeping at least a few nights a week.  Insomnia is a broad term to describe a wide range of sleep disturbances including: night waking, restless/fitful sleep, waking too early, difficulty or inability to fall asleep, or dream disturbed sleep.    The health implications of insomnia are …

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What is clean eating?

Fuelfood.com

Through my work in the health & fitness field over the last 19 years, I have spoken with thousands of individuals.  It has become clear to me there are a few misconceptions about health eating.  Whether called eating good, better than good, and clean, the goal is often the same.  While the attempt to reform your diet is admirable, using …

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Turn Back the Clock with No DownTime

Turn Back the Clock with No DownTime

By Daniela Dadurian, M.D. Can you think of all the claims made for a facelift without surgery? No needles no knives? Chances are that yes you have. Most likely you may be one of the millions looking for the fountain of youth. While there have been many technologies out there that can represent that claim, the fact is that it …

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Don’t Live with Chronic Anxiety

Chronic Anxiety

A powerful, drug-free method and  technology can help – often dramatically. By Tina Landeen, LCSW and Michael Cohen, Founder, CBT – Do you or someone you know experience chronic anxiety? Are you excessively nervous or fearful? Do you have panic attacks?  If so, you’ve probably already tried or considered medications. Unfortunately, medications don’t always eliminate all the symptoms, and they …

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I Have A Wait Problem

By Brent Myers, Pastor of Community Life – You’re reading a health and wellness magazine and you’re thinking: that guy can’t spell. But the truth is that you read it correctly: I have a wait problem: I don’t like to wait. But who does? Think about it… do you like to wait? Do you love sitting in the waiting room …

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EXCITEMENT BUILDS FOR THE WEEKEND OF WELLFEST DELRAY, MARCH 8-9, 2014

Over 120 Sponsors, Exhibitors, Speakers and Food Vendors will Educate, Entertain and Inspire! Some are calling it the best value in South Florida. For $15 day ($20 for both days and kids under 12 free) you can attend WellFest™ Delray 2014. You can even buy your tickets online at www.WellFestUSA.com and avoid the long lines. Either way, this trademarked event …

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Hearing Loss Myths: What You Haven’t Heard, Could Hurt You

Hearing Loss Myths

I’ll just have minor surgery like my friend did, and my hearing will be okay. Many people know someone whose hearing improved after medical or surgical treatment. It’s true that some types of hearing loss can be successfully treated. With adults, unfortunately, this only applies to 5-10% of cases. I’ve got one ear that’s down a little, but the other …

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