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Learning Disabilities for Children and Adults Improve With Vision Therapy

Learning Disabilities for Children

By Walesby Vision Center Unlike orthoptics, which is a method to straighten the eyes muscularly, Vision Therapy is an entirely different treatment, which encompasses not only strengthening the eye muscles, but also improving visual perception, visual brain signaling, developing the ability to follow text efficiently, and hand-eye coordination. While it does …

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Your Healthy Back to School Plan

Your Healthy Back to School Plan

As school gets back in swing this month, it’s a good time to evaluate the healthy habits we can make a part of our routine this school year. Overall good health and good posture are made with small habits over long periods of time. Since the school year takes up …

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Bioidentical Hormones vs. Synthetic: Why it Matters!

Bioidentical Hormones

Dr. Vahora, MD, FACOG Females tend to experience an imbalance of estrogen, testosterone, and progesterone, which can lead to hot flashes, night sweats, anxiety, depression, brain fog, weight gain, loss of muscle, irritability and bone deficiency. HORMONAL IMBALANCE CAN ALSO CAUSE THE FOLLOWING DISORDERS: • Heart Disease • Metabolic Syndrome • …

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Back to School: How to Alleviate Your Special Needs Child’s Apprehension and Yours

Back to School

Just when you finally got used to your summer schedule, the new school year is almost here, and that means many changes are about to enter your special needs child’s lives. Getting prepared now is the key to alleviating anxiety and allowing a smooth start to the new school year. …

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Super Foods for a Nutritious Diet

Super Foods for a Nutritious Diet

The health community has long praised the benefits of vitamins and nutrients derived from natural sources. For those looking to improve their health or take preventative measures, these 10 natural super foods can be incorporated into your daily diet to help support your health: Green Tea – Armed with a special …

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CRANIAL ALIGNMENT: Moving the Skull Bones to Relieve Medical Disorders Like Chronic Pain and Illnesses

CRANIAL ALIGNMENT

Studies are showing the importance of cranial-sacral therapy, and it’s contribution to many overall health benefits.  The bones of the skull are like small plates that are connected through sutures.  These sutures are almost like perforated connections that have slight movement.  Skeptics often taut that these bones do not move at …

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20 Million Americans have Thyroid Disorders: Unfortunately, it’s Often Undiagnosed

20 Million Americans have Thyroid Disorders

Robert Martinez, DC The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland. It produces two main hormones that regulate body temperature, metabolism, heart rate and other factors. These two hormones are T3 and T4. In recent years there have been several celebrities that have shared their personal stories of thyroid issues. Most recently, Supermodel, …

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Back to School Home Organization Ideas

Back to School Home Organization Ideas

By Dana Hall McCain If you’ve been through a school year with a house full of kids, you know that organization can be the difference between success and chaos. Whether it’s establishing a great space and routine for homework or study time, keeping smelly sports equipment corralled yet handy, streamlining the …

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Rest IS Best Importance of sleep on health and well-being.

Rest IS Best Importance of sleep on health and well-being.

That sounds good doesn’t it? Let’s all rest more.  I mean, you have always been told that getting enough sleep is important… but why? Getting enough sleep can help protect your mental health, physical health, quality of life and overall safety. Physical Health: Sleep is necessary to allow your body …

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August is Breastfeeding Awareness Month

August is Breastfeeding Awareness Month

August is Breastfeeding Awareness Month and August 1-7 is World Breastfeeding Week. This year’s theme focuses on “Breastfeeding: Foundation of Life.” The week helps raise awareness of the importance of breastfeeding for both babies and mothers. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, breastfeeding is the standard for infant feeding. It …

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Nutritious Meals for Busy School Nights

Nutritious Meals for Busy School Nights

When school is back in session, the real test for parents is not in the classroom, but in the kitchen. Between breakfast, lunch and dinner – not to mention snacks – meal planning seems endless and daunting. With convenient options like canned ingredients on-hand, parents can have the makings of a …

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Are Immunizations to Blame for Poor Health?

Are Immunizations to Blame for Poor Health?

SUZANNE MARGOLIS – GRAY, M.ED., LMT, CT Like most people, as a nation, we have come to believe that being vaccinated means that you will be immune to certain diseases and disorders; however, this couldn’t be further from the truth. This “falsehood” is heavily preached by the CDC and the direct …

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Keeping Youth Athletes Safe in the Summer Heat

Keeping Youth Athletes Safe in the Summer Heat

Back to school brings lots of sports practices right in the middle of the hottest part of the day. It’s important for coaches, athletes and parents to be aware of how to prevent heat-related illness. To prevent heat illness (i.e. heat cramps, heat exhaustion, or heat stroke) or even heat stroke …

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IS A TRUST RIGHT FOR ME?

Zachary Grimland, Esq. For the most part, a trust, whether operable during life or after death is generally used to give its creator the ability to control the the flow of a person’s property to beneficiaries following death while attempting to minimize if not avoid estate taxes.  In today’s world, …

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Four Stress-Busters For Home Sellers

Selling your home is an exciting endeavor and an important milestone in your life—not to mention potentially lucrative! However, it can also be stressful and nerve-wracking. Worrying over the sale of your home is natural and expected, but it doesn’t have to get out of control. Here are some quick, …

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Hydrating Your Soul

Hydrating Your Soul

By Ross Johnson, Lead Pastor, Gathering Pointe Church It was sometime during the summer of 2001. We had just moved our family from LaCrosse, WI where I served as a youth pastor for almost five years to Sellersville, PA to begin my Master of Divinity degree at Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary. …

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