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Dr Bret Wilson
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Getting Over the Hump

I was visiting with some friends the other day. The subject of diet and exercise came up. Our friends, a couple in their 60s, had been working on a program over the last year to improve their health. They had been diligent with their diet and persistent with their exercise. Click here for the full article.
Becky Campos
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Now That’s Scary

October is hailed as the scary month. Chilling movies are aired at the theaters, frightening mask and creepy costumes are just around the corner as Halloween approaches. But there is another scary thing that is lurking. October is breast cancer awareness month. Click here for the full article.
Kas Winters
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The Fun and Art of Pumpkin Decorating

Pumpkin carving, painting, or decorating is one of those activities that can bring family members of all ages and description together for fun. Other groups of people such as teachers or leaders with students, scouts, teams, or specialty classes can have a good time decorating pumpkins too. It fun, a little messy, and can teach safety with using sharp tools, give the opportunity for creativity and pride of one’s work, and allow for memorable conversations between participants. Click here for the full article.
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Disability Employment Awareness Month

October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month. People with disabilities make up the fastest growing minority popular in the world. Most of us will be, directly or indirectly, affected by a disability at some point in our lives so if you are not a person with a disability or know someone who is…well, I’m shocked but hope you see that this blog is for all of us. Click here for the full article.
Peggy Marshall
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9 Things Successful People Do Differently

In a recent Harvard Business Review article, Heidi Grant Halvorson, Ph.D. identified nine things that successful people do differently from those who struggle with success. As you read through the list, think about how the suggested actions and activities could lead you to greater success in achieving your goals. Click here for the full article.
Becky Campos
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A Critical Health Thinker

Over the years I have had the opportunity to speak to many different people who are in the process of reclaiming their health. Naturally they are most concerned with what kind of foods they should be consuming. Click here for the full article.
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Understanding Aspergers

What do you get when you cross the mildest and highest functioning form of autism and attention deficit disorder? Asperger’s. According to Autism United, Asperger’s Syndrome is a “neurologically-based disorder of development”. Click here for the full article.
Kas Winters
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Kas Winters Tell Me A Story

We associate bedtime stories with young children, but story time can be expanded and enjoyed by all ages in many ways and times of the day. There are many advantages to reading together. It creates a love of reading and learning Click here for the full article.
Sydney Paige McCutcheon
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Prom

For me, I kind of cringe. Even now, writing about this, my eyes narrow. I was the little girl who always dreamed of the big poofy dress with her hair half-up in curls and the long gloves that went to her elbows, maybe even fingerless with a string tied around the middle man. The guy would think of something very romantic to surprise me with and ask me - you'd think I was talking about a proposal here, but no, that has to be even better haha. Click here for the full article.
Dr Bret Wilson
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Where Did I Park the Car?

Perhaps you have had a relative, friend or spouse who has been affected by the most common form of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease. Current statistics indicate that people diagnosed with the changes of memory, thinking and behavior now has grown to one in eight for people aged 65 and older. It is more prevalent in women than men. The number will likely escalate as the baby boomers age. Four percent of case are considered early onset, occurring in individuals under 65. The figure of cases increases to 43% of persons over 85 years old. Click here for the full article.