Monthly Archives: December 2012

Expressing Anger Can Add Two Years to a Person’s Life Span

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If you’re angry, for the benefit of your health, you need to let it all out, according to a new study that revealed that being hot-tempered and expressing your anger could be a key to enjoying a long and healthy life. Researchers Marcus Mund and Kristin Mitte at the University of Jena in Germany claim […]

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Swim Away The Calories

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by KATE REW, Evening Standard Swimming is one of the best ways of exercising, but bad technique can result in injury, says former swimming champion Sharon Davies. So, which stroke is best for you? FREESTYLE (front crawl) What it does to your body: the fastest stroke, front crawl tones your glutes, abdominals and shoulders and, of […]

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A word bigger than purpose, certainty or intention?

by Joe Mannella, DC We all know deeply how important our individual purpose, certainty and intentions are in relationship to the success of our lives and practice, and I’m not suggesting anything should be taken away from that understanding. What I’d like to have all doctors consider is that there’s another word that precedes purpose, […]

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Our Healing Relationships With Pets

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Georgianna Donadio While it is generally difficult for large numbers of Americans to agree on the same issue, it seems that when it comes to pets and the value we place on them, there is little disagreement. The 2011 American Pet Products Association (APPA) survey reported that an astounding 62 percent of all American households […]

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