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Building Strong and Thriving Families

Building Strong and Thriving Families

Holding down a job, managing finances, and raising children can be stressful. Learning how to manage the stress of everyday life can make a big difference in building a strong and thriving family. In observance of national Child Abuse Prevention Month, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services offers the …

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Misphonia: Small sounds causing big problems

Misphonia: Small sounds causing big problems

By Ann L. Rhoten, Au.D., CCC/A The term misophonia, which means hatred of sound, was coined by Drs. Margaret and Pawel Jastreboff. The condition can make every-day sounds, which go unnoticed by most people, unbearable. Trigger sounds are typically soft noises related to the body that cause the sufferer to …

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Crowd-Pleasing Easter Brunch

Crowd-Pleasing Easter Brunch

Easter is a time to celebrate with friends and family. You can create a crowd-pleasing brunch with affordable, high-quality ingredients, wine and tablescape decor. Elevate your holiday brunch beyond an egg casserole with a Spiral Ham with Red Wine and Citrus Glaze as the centerpiece for your table. Finish the …

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How’s your gut feeling today? Are you sure?

How’s your gut feeling today? Are you sure?

By Justin Pearce D.C. | Millpond Integrative Health and Wellness Center Never heard of it? Don’t be alarmed, many people have not. Yet, leaky gut is associated with an increased level of visceral fat, liver fat and larger waist circumference. It’s also been associated with metabolic syndrome and an increased …

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The Scoop on Salt Therapy Bluegrass Salt Room

The Scoop on Salt Therapy Bluegrass Salt Room

Have you wanted to try a more natural treatment option for your respiratory ailments, but not sure what is available? 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 just need to reduce stress and anxiety …

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$3,000 Per Hour

$3,000 Per Hour

By Alex Anderson, Senior Associate Pastor Every so often I’ll do a bit of executive coaching. I’ll spend a day with a medical, business or non-profit executive. We will end the day with very clear “take-aways” (actionable steps for an area of their life–business, family, or personal). It’s a lot of …

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Manage Cholesterol to Reduce Heart Attack Risk

Manage Cholesterol to Reduce Heart Attack Risk

If you have heart disease, or are worried about developing it, there are some very real things you can do to reduce your risk says Lexington Clinic cardiologist Terence Ross, M.D. “By now, everybody has heard that if they smoke, the most important thing they can do for their hearts …

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