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Monthly Archive for January, 2010

It’s time to reexamine prenatal care in this country and begin ensuring a baby’s optimal health long before conception occurs. Today, care for both the mother and baby begin far too late in a woman’s life. Typically, women do not begin eating well and nourishing their bodies until they learn of their pregnancy, which could […]

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Don’t Call It A Resolution!

By Melissa Zonfrilli After the Holiday, I took a longer than usual break from routine. I was a little under the weather, and hearing Joy’s voice in the back of my head, I knew what I should be doing, so I really rested.  My kids were on vacation and extremely happy with the free time […]

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Windexburgers?

Pretend you are in the beef business. What would you do with all the extra cow parts and trimmings that usually find their way into pet food. Would you dispose of them? Would you mix them all together, inject them with a chemical to kill ecoli, and sell them to restaurants and schools? Truth be […]

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There is good reason that Bugs Bunny always ate his carrots. In Ancient Greece, the carrot was used as medicine by the early Greeks, and has since be valued by many different cultures. Carrot juice is often referred to as the miracle juice because of its many health benefits. Many find it to provide protective […]

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Health care reform- A loaded term these days. Underneath this political tug of war,  lies an opportunity that will perhaps change the way we view health. I know this might sound cliche, but underneath each crisis, lies a new choice, a new beginning. Most would agree that it is time for a new paradigm; one […]

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