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Feeding your Brain

Did you know that certain foods may make you smarter? Eating breakfast has been proven to be the most beneficial meal of the day, but why? According to studies, children who eat a healthy breakfast every morning do better in school. Food, especially whole grains, provides energy and nutrients to the brain, specifically glucose, which…
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Food and Your Mood

Studies are being done all the time to determine the relationship between food and your brain. Are you feeling depressed after a night of partying? Is your child not doing well in school? Are you suffering from anxiety? It is time to fix your mental health with the best recommendation you could ask for, FOOD!…
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Inspiring Words of Wisdom

For the final part of our Women’s Wellness Series, we have included inspiring words for women. Please share this information with the women in your life. Written by Marianne Williamson, Delivered by Nelson Mandella in his inaugural address to the people of South Africa: Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest…
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Women’s Rights

For the third part of our Women’s Wellness Series, here is a list of women’s forgotten rights. These are reminders of what you are entitled to as a women and as a person. Many of these basic rights are often forgotten, so be sure you remind yourself, your female friends and family of what they…
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Ten Tips for Women

For the second part of our Women’s Wellness Series, we will list some tips for women. These are reminders of what you can do to take a break from taking care of everyone else, and to take care of yourself and your own needs for a change! The last two parts of the series will…
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Women’s Wellness Series

The next series of blogs will be focused on women’s wellness issues. Women are precious, unique beings and should be treated as such. Women’s issues are common, complicated and can be eased through education and self-exploration. Please share this information with the women in your life so they can start feeling better today. The series…
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Holiday Survival Guide (Part I) – Why are the holidays so stressful?

It is now autumn and with the chilling of the air comes one of the most difficult times of the year for many people. The holiday season. Thanksgiving will be here before you know it, then Chanukah and Christmas swiftly followed by New Year’s. But why is this time of year such a challenge for…
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Times of Transition – New Ideas for a New Season

Summer has ended and the leaves are turning color. Are you feeling stuck? What types of transitions are you thinking about? Are there some changes you are looking to make? If so, what is stopping you? What benefit do you get from not changing – is it less effort, more familiar, comfortable? What could be…
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Overworked, Under Appreciated and Stressed Out at Work?

Managing work-related stress can be particularly challenging – especially during tough economic times… With so much downsizing and “reorganizing”, the workplace is changing and becoming more stressful than ever before. Whether you were laid off, or still working, but doing the work for the people who were laid off – managing work stressors are particularly…
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