Category Archives: Health

Are You Looking and Feeling Your Best at Work?

From our friends at Obagi.com “In today’s busy, get-it-done-yesterday world, it can be difficult to find time for the most important person: yourself. That’s why we’re taking some time off in June to celebrate Professional Wellness Month! We could all use a reminder now and then that looking and feeling fantastic—yes, even while at work—are… Read More »


Overcoming the Aches and Pains of Arthritis

I see many patients who suffer the constant nagging pain of arthritis, or inflammation of the joints.  My approach to health and wellness always comes from a natural standpoint first.  Many sicknesses and diseases can be greatly improved by simple, natural changes. Traditional medicine would recommend certain prescription drugs to help that also carry with them a… Read More »


Did You Know May is National Skin Cancer Awareness Month?

(www.obagi.com) May has quickly arrived, which means it’s Skin Cancer Awareness Month. Considering the disease is the most common form of cancer diagnosed in the United States, it’s easy to see the importance of the initiative. Fortunately, skin cancer is also one of the most preventable forms of cancer. Before heading outdoors this summer, we… Read More »


Stressed Out? Tricks to Avoid Emotional Eating

Haven’t we all been guilty of overeating due to stress? Here’s a great article to help overcome those moments of weakness: By Tina Haupert @ health.com A few years ago, I worked in a 9-5 desk job in an office where the kitchen was an ever-present buffet of donuts, muffins, cookies and other larger-than-life pastries. I honestly… Read More »


20 New Anticancer Rules

Here’s some great information from David Servan-Schreiber, M.D., Ph.D. (www.huffingtonpost.com) “Michael Pollan’s recent little gem of a book “Food Rules” inspired me to compile my own “rules” about what I’d like every person to know about how they can help avoid cancer – or slow it down if they have it. FOOD RULES 1. Go retro:… Read More »


Helping Your Brain Work More Efficiently: NeurOptimal

In my practice this month, we are focusing on finding ‘Balance & Harmony’ in every area of our lives.  In no other area is that more important than in our brain health.  Every thought and every action originates from our brain, so it is vital that our mind is functioning at its optimal potential.  Many… Read More »


Is What You’re Eating Making You Sick?

Do you make eating a healthy diet a priority? Did you know that some of the healthy foods you eat, even ones that you eat frequently, may actually be making you feel bad, as well as harming your overall health? Sometimes even a ‘good’ food can be ‘bad’ for a certain individual, due to their… Read More »


Living Passionately

As we begin the month of February and Valentine’s Day approaches, thoughts move towards the celebration of love, romance and passion.  It inspired our Wellness Team to focus on ‘Living Passionately’ and everything that it entails this month. It’s difficult to live with passion if you don’t feel your best. We are all guilty at… Read More »


Say Goodbye to Post Holiday Weight Gain

Love Your Body Even More After Saying Bye, Bye to Bulges As women, we always seem to be in limbo about whether or not we love our body. We tend to pick out the tiniest “imperfections” that others may not see but, to us, that imperfection can lead to our constant focus of attention to… Read More »


The Truth About Gluten Intolerance

The facts about gluten intolerance, testing and treatments You hear more and more every day about someone who knows someone that is gluten intolerant. Most of us ask ourselves “What is gluten and why am I hearing so much about it”, “I wonder if I may be gluten intolerant”. The facts are simple and determining… Read More »


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