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Improve Your Health with Mind-Body Medicine

Mind-Body Medicine

Since World War II, the average American diet has changed from whole fresh foods to highly processed fast foods. Over time, our nation has gone from a foundation based on belief in a God, to one in which spirit is belittled. What once was a close community of family and …

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Be TRUE to your teeth or they will be FALSE!

Be TRUE to your teeth

By Ruth Adkins, D.M.D. I love being a dentist. Nothing is more satisfying than helping people smile again. Achieving a healthy, happy smile is not always easy. Patients come to my practice every day in pain, unable to eat or focus, much less smile, all because of dental disease. Often, I …

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Helping cancer patients cope with hair loss

Helping cancer patients cope with hair loss

Most people know very little about hair – other than needing a haircut or style every few weeks, we generally take it for granted. But hair is an amazing structure, constantly growing, resting and falling out. Hair cells multiple every 23 to 72 hours, making them some of the fastest growing …

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Halloween Safety

Halloween Safety

A few safety tips from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission can protect children who plan to go trick-or-treating this Halloween. Treats: Warn children not to eat any treats before an adult has carefully examined them for evidence of tampering. Flame Resistant Costumes: When purchasing a costume, masks, beards, and wigs, look for …

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Step Up to Better-fitting Kid’s Shoes

Better-fitting Kid's Shoes

By Dr. Nicole Freels, FACAOM For most families, shoes are a major back-to-school investment. So choosing the right shoes – ones that fit properly, wear well and provide good support – is important. Unfortunately, most shoes today are purchased in self-serve shoe stores or even online … leaving parents with …

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Helping Your Child Cope with Back-to-School Anxiety

Helping Your Child Cope with Back-to-School Anxiety

Anxious feelings are normal and expected during times of transition or change. This is especially true for children and teens going back to school, or for first-timers starting kindergarten. This transition can be stressful and disruptive for the entire family!  Prior to the first day of school, your anxious child …

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Orangetheory Fitness Philosophy

Orangetheory Fitness Philosophy Lexington

The physiological theory behind the Orangetheory workout is known as “Excess Post-Exercise Oxygen Consumption,” or EPOC. By providing you with a heart-rate monitor and POD, we can monitor your 5-zone interval training sessions that we call the Orange 60. During the 60-minute workout, you will perform multiple intervals designed to …

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At the Lexington Public Library, Reading is Just the Beginning

Lexington Public Library, Reading is Just the Beginning

Lifelong learning and the Lexington Public Library go hand in hand. Now, the Library is pleased to introduce Lynda.com, a new online resource that helps anyone learn software, creative and business skills to achieve personal and professional goals. Lynda.com gives Library members unlimited access to a vast library of high-quality, current …

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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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