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A Vacation for the Recovering/Addicted Soul

Recovering/Addicted Soul

As the summer winds down, many families will enjoy a final vacation ahead of back-to-school preparations, team practices and the thousand day-to-day details of juggling personal and professional lives. We love to vacation. It expands our horizons, opens our minds, and allows us time to relax, reconnect, reflect and renew. …

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Reward their hard work at Zaxby’s Kidz Night

Zaxby’s Kidz Night Lexington

It won’t be long before school is back in session and, along with it, the usual weeknight craziness: sports practice; homework; Scouting; book reports; dance class; study sessions; more homework; science fair projects; dances; more homework … Sometimes, it can be hard to squeeze a good family meal into it …

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“Get in the Loop”

Get in the Loop

By Ann L. Rhoten, Au.D., CCC/A Although hearing aid technology has significantly improved since digitalization in the 1990s, there continue to be situations which challenge and frustrate hearing impaired listeners.  Places of worship, airports, theaters, ticket booths and movie theaters tend to be extremely difficult listening environments. Often times creating such …

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When the Rock in Your Shoe is Something Else

Rock in Your Shoe is Something Else Lexington

By Dr. Nicole Freels, FACAOM As human beings, we often delude ourselves into thinking health issues will resolve without help. Sadly, this is rarely the case and people suffer needlessly as a result. When it comes to foot problems, this is especially true, considering that the average person walks 3,000 to …

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Unraveling the Mystery of Pain

Unraveling the Mystery of Pain

By Danesh Mazloomdoost M.D. Board Certified Interventional Pain Specialist Board Certified Anesthesiologist Pain is frustrating. For a complaint that ranks among the most common reasons people seek a doctor, the answers often fall short of expectations. Pain fatigues patients and the families, who bear witness to the limitations that chronic …

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When Is It Time to Replace Your Beauty Products?

Beauty Products Lexington

By Beautycounter  | www.melia.beautycounter.com Although most of us throw out milk when it’s past its prime and swap an out-of-season bag for a new style, when it comes to skin care and cosmetics, many of us hold onto products for far too long. To help you figure out when products have …

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Bluegrass Salt Room

Bluegrass Salt Room - Lexington

By Tiffany Richir Have you ever wanted to try an all natural treatment option for your respiratory ailments, but not sure what is available and safe? Do you currently suffer from asthma, allergies, sinusitis, ear infections, bronchitis, cold and flu symptoms, smoker’s cough, COPD, psoriasis or eczema? Do you simply wish …

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“Just a Carpenter’s Son”

Just a Carpenter’s Son

By Alex Anderson, Senior Associate Pastor at Bayside Community Church Remember the line, “Bueller…(long pause), Bueller…(long pause), Bueller,” from the movie “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”? The actor, Ben Stein, made that line infamous as the boring, monotone high school teacher, while he was taking the class role. However Benjamin Jeremy …

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