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5 Summer-Fun Health Risks and Holistic Aids to Save the Day


by Julia Scalise, DN, PhD It’s that time of year again when people are going on vacations (exotic and local), attending reunions, enjoying barbeques, and playing once more outdoors in the hazy, lazy days of the upcoming summer season. As much fun as this time of year is for many who are sequestered indoors due […]

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An Unusual (But Easy) Trick To Develop Healthy Habits

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by Kusha Karvandi Back in 1993, stockbroker Trent Dyrsmid was hired by a bank in Abbotsford, Canada. The bank was small, but Dyrsmid was new to banking. The expectations for him weren’t very high. To compound the issue, Abbotsford was simply a minor suburb of Vancouver at that time. It wasn’t considered to be any […]

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Are You Managing Your Time Management?

(DGIwire)   Surely we’ve all had that feeling that there was too much to do and so little time to do it. If each of us had a nickel for every time we’ve said “I wish I had more time in the day,” we’d probably be a very rich. Each of us is constantly engulfed in […]

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10 Minutes to a More Organized Life

This article is part of our BFFT series – Benjamin Franklin’s Favorite Tips for Personal Development – Maintaining Order) Is it important to have an organized life? The benefit of being organized is that it allows us to become MORE – we can do more, achieve more, have more time for fun, and generally enjoy […]

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Why Did The Student Microwave His Notebook?

He wanted his notes to be hot? No, this isn’t the start (or really horrible ending) of a bad joke!  There is a new notebook on the market called Rocketbook, which has the appearance and feeling of a regular paper notebook but it is far better! This notebook can be used with a special ink […]

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Here Is a Powerful Method That Helps Some Cancer Patients Heal Faster

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Toward the end of 2014, U.S News & World report published an article on their website entitled “What is Reiki?”  As a proponent for energy medicine, I was happy to see the article show up in such prominent publication! As one would expect, the practice of Reiki is presented with pros and cons and includes […]

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Productivity = Getting More From Your Limited Time

Do you get bored because you have so much time on your hands that you just don’t know what to do with yourself? Not likely. If you are like most of us, you get to the end of the day wondering how the time went by so fast and you still have important items on […]

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5 Steps for Turning New Year’s Resolutions into Successful Life Changes

by Julia Scalise, DN, PhD “If you act the same, do the same, and think the same, you will continue to experience the same. Are you dissatisfied in any area of your life, whether physical, mental, emotional, social, financial or spiritual? To improve any aspect of your life that is unsatisfactory to you, you must […]

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3 Ways To BioHack Your Pain – Part 2

by Kusha Karvandi In the last post, we explored the pain response, and how your brain perceives pain.  We continue here with a more updated theory of pain, along with drills that will help you to retrain your brain. In the late 1960s, researchers Ronald Melzack and Patrick Wall proposed the Gate Control Theory of […]

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3 Ways To BioHack Your Pain – Part 1

by Kusha Karvandi The term “Biohacking” sometimes is accompanied with pejorative connotations. But humans have been biohacking their biology since the beginning of time. We carved tools, gathered specific medicinal herbs, and even learned new languages in order to progress ourselves as a species. We’ve mastered the art of biohacking – discovering shortcuts to our […]

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