Displaying items by tag: May 2021

Heart-Centered and Nurturing, Image: Soothe Your Nervous System with Healing Touch
by Donna Pascaretta 

- May is the month we celebrate mothers and mothers to be! Being a woman in the 21st century is not an easy task. Women face challenges daily that are now being compounded with COVID issues. Women manage...

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B12 and Prenatal Supplements Gain Official Nod, Image: thanamatAdobestock.comUpdated 2020-2025 Guidelines 
- In updated 2020-2025 dietary guidelines, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services have endorsed the specific use of certain supplements, noting that under-consumption of some...

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Sleep Deeply to Reduce Anxiety, Image: vladislav muslakov/Unsplash.comSleepless Nights May Trigger Rise In Anxiety Levels 
- A natural, non-pharmaceutical remedy for anxiety disorders that affect 40 million Americans is as close as our beds, say University of California at Berkeley researchers. In Nature Human Behaviour, they reported that...

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Nix Baby Foods that Harbor Toxic Metals, Image: m studio/AdobeStock.comStore-Bought Baby Food May Pose Hidden Dangers 
- As convenient as store-bought baby food is, it can pose hidden dangers for infant brains, say U.S. congressional investigators. A report issued by the House of Representatives on February 4 found...

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Sip Non-Alcoholic Beer to Improve Liver Disease, Image: pavelis/AdobeStock.comStudy Showed Improvements In Blood Bessel Health, Exercise Performance Levels and Muscle Mass 
- Non-alcoholic beer is booming, with U.S. sales up by 39 percent last year, and it now poses a health benefit as a study-proven dietary supplement for people with cirrhosis of the liver. Many nutritional supplements don’t work for such patients because...

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Functional Medicine Practitioner Returns to Michigan, Image: Institute of Neuromuscular Medicine Announces Addition to StaffInstitute of Neuromuscular Medicine Announces Addition to Staff   
After a three-year employment/training program at Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Functional Medicine and becoming certified in Functional Medicine in 2017, Mary E. Miller-Wilson, ANP-BC- returns to Michigan. Miller-Wilson, an adult nurse practitioner, formerly practiced at...

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Non-Toxic Beauty, Image: Clarkston Holistic Hairstylist Offers Organic Hair CareClarkston Holistic Hairstylist Offers Organic Hair Care   
Independent Holistic Hairstylist Angela Dahms is now offering organic and non-toxic hair coloring and related products. She works inside Believe Salon and Spa in...

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Image: Kristin Smith - Blending CranioSacral Therapy with Medical-Grade YogaBlending CranioSacral Therapy with Medical-Grade Yoga   
New to the Clarkston area, Kristin Smith, who holds a doctorate in physical therapy and a CranioSacral Therapy-Techniques certificate, opened Into the Light Healing and Bodywork in March of this year. Smith, who has been a practicing physical therapist for...

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