Myth: You lose heat from your uncovered head Contrary to the findings from one 1950’s Army study, most of your body heat doesn’t escape through your noggin, according to Dr. Vreeman. “In the now-infamous study, volunteers visited the Arctic with […]

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Pelargonium sidoides Though less well-known than some other herbal cold remedies, extracts derived from this plant have been shown to decrease the symptoms of acute bronchitis. One study published in 2003, examined 468 adults with acute bronchitis lasting less than […]

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Think of shoveling as winter cross fitness! Instead of thinking how much heavier the next shovel-full is, think about how much you’re using those muscles you forgot you had. Think of all the money you’re saving from doing the job […]

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The holidays are here and we all tend to eat more than usual. Here are a few suggestions that will help burn some of that extra fat: Hot chocolate – Cocoa is packed with antioxidants, which reduce your levels of […]

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Purchase three one-hour massages or gift certificates and receive fourth free (savings of $65) OR, purchase a single, one-hour massage gift certificate at 20% off (savings of $13) Call the office to purchase or you can call/text the therapist of […]

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Special Special Offer for December Only: Schedule a one-hour massage with Kevin or Lisa between the hours of 9a-11a for only $45! (Savings of $20). Call the office to schedule an appointment or you can call or text them directly!

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Here’s a fun fact for the day: signing will burn 136 calories in an hour and giggling burns 67 calories! So while you’re cooking that Thanksgiving dinner ….

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Massage is a great way to manage stress and relieve tension – two of the main causes of migraine headaches. Research has found that massage therapy decreased the occurrence of headaches, sleep disturbances and distress symptoms while increasing serotonin levels […]

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There is evidence that stress is bad for your heart. Studies show that stress is comparable to other risk factors such as hypertension, poor diet and lack of exercise. Stress reduction techniques such as yoga, meditation and Tia Chi have […]

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