MIND BODY & SPIRIT
Featuring articles from area experts that helps enhance the Mind, Body and Spirit of the individual and tips to maintain you and your inner beauty needs.
Love the Skin You are In…………Step by Step
“Beauty is in the heart of the beholder.”……..Al Bernstein
The Importance of a Skin Care Regimen
What’s your favorite skin care product? Now ask yourself: can that product provide every benefit you desire to achieve beautiful, healthy skin? Chances are the answer is no.
Romancing Your Real Heart
With Valentine’s Day comes the emergence of pink and red heart decorations adorning grocery store check out stands, classroom walls, and front door wreaths. The heart has been the symbol for love since ancient times because the heart is the core of our body, it’s vital to life, and it’s the center of our emotions. But how often do you spend Valentine’s Day romancing your real heart?
Weight Loss Resolution Solutions
How to Avoid 6 Common “I-want-to-lose-weight” Resolution Pitfalls
Weight loss is one of the most popular New Years resolutions, if not something along those lines; lose weight, lose fat, get tone, eat more protein, eat less sugar, exercise more, sleep more, get fit, get healthy, etc. No matter how you word it, fit and fat alike will set a health-related resolution this year.
Reach for the Stars: a New Look at the Way You Set Your New Year’s Goals
If you knew you couldn’t fail, what three goals would you set for your life? Oftentimes we set our New Year’s resolutions by judging our future goals based on our past failures. That thinking makes your goals for the coming year seem like a punishment rather than a challenge to become something greater. Learn how a new look at how you set your New Year’s goals will positively impact your health.
Many of the estimated 25 million Americans who suffer from daily symptoms of acid reflux, also referred to as heartburn or GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease) find taking medications provide much needed relief. However, the use of medications for acid reflux does not eliminate the most significant risk affiliated with GERD: the potential for esophageal cancer – the fastest growing cancer in the United States.