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Feeding the Organs for Winter Maintenance

Western medicine excels at treatment options for a variety of ailments, but often falls short of providing optimal prevention strategies. It’s true that recent changes in traditional Western healthcare phi­losophy have emphasized disease prevention, but the health of our internal organs remains overlooked. Organ health is vital to our physi­ological well-being, yet we often take…

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Parents Are Human, Too

Most parents have a natural drive to want their children to succeed in life. Without studying child development and other fields like psychology, it is difficult to know which parenting techniques support healthy development of children. Here are four suggestions that may help children thrive and parents build strong relationships with them. 1. Build Strong…

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Maintaining Good Pediatric Oral Health

by Dr. Abbie Walker Oral health is just one of many factors in maintaining the overall health of the body. When it comes to caring for a child’s oral health, there are ways to be involved to help them prevent disease. The foundation of oral health starts with establishing a dental home for the child.…

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Breast Cancer Diagnostic Options

by Malcolm Sickels MD Thermography as a way of diagnosing disease has been around for thousands of years. Back in the old days, they would smear mud on people and watch it dry. If an area was hot, that area would dry faster, so they’d say, “Oh look, something’s going on there.” Today, thermography uses…

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Horse Sense Helps Humans

Connecting Humans with Equine Wisdom (CHEW) hosts Equine Facilitated Coaching (EFC) retreats for specific groups, businesses and individual coaching in the beautiful setting of Synchrony Farm, near Saline, Michigan. Working with horses in EFC relies on the notion that horses are acoustical beings that take in sound, amplify and clarify the vibrations, and then give…

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