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The Twelve Week Year

Planning is followed by process control which begins with the identification of tools and events that align daily actions with the most important actions for ultimate success. Ensuring that you focus your time on critical actions for success, these tools and events are essential to creating the outcomes you want. Click here for the full article.
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“I’m Just a FAT Girl”

“Just don’t eat that much.” (Sorry Twiggy, but I’m not trying to starve. First off, starving is unhealthy. Trust me, I’ve tried it. If I want a steak, I’m going to eat a steak. I don’t give a F***!) Click here for the full article.
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Exercise as Treatment

Health benefits can be achieved with as little as 30 minutes of moderate activity or 15 minutes of vigorous exercise 5 days per week. Begin where your health is and start to move, play and live more. Better choices lead to better health. Click here for the full article.
Nassim Sana, MC
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The Science Behind Gratitude

The next time you are not having a good day or feeling a bit down reach out to someone who cares about you and tell them “Thank you for being amazing.” Click here for the full article.
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How to Use Meditation for Pain Relief

Back pain is the leading cause of disability in Americans under 45 years old. Each year 13 million people go to the doctor for chronic back pain Click here for the full article.
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Potty Training

A week later, mom wrote, "We have success." When she introduced the plan, the little guy cried and generally acted like he was being traumatized, but Mom stayed the course. Lesson: The mistake of late training is correctable, and my experience is that, as in this case, the correction usually takes less than a couple of weeks. Click here for the full article.
#PainFreeNation
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National Chiropractic Health Month

The theme of this year’s promotion of chiropractic’s conservative approach to care is #PainFreeNation. Click here for the full article.
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3 Steps to Help You Live a More Balanced Life with Diabetes

Those of us who have read about type 1 or type 2 diabetes are only familiar with the facts and those that come to live with it know it can be a struggle. Click here for the full article.
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School Rules

Living with Children John Rosemond Copyright 2010 John K. Rosemond Jon Akers, Director of the Kentucky Center for School Safety, has written an on-line essay calling on school systems to prohibit students from having cell phones in their possession during school hours (go to www.kysafeschools.org. )He presents an iron-clad argument to the effect that student cell phones are not just unnecessary but also contribute to bullying, underachievement, sexual harassment, numerous disciplinary issues, including cheating, and even criminal activity. It goes without saying that they are one more distraction to a generation that is already suffering from distraction overload. Click here for the full article.
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A Fabulous Awakening Introduction

In living the day to day, many of us in the ‘I Am Woman Generation’ abandoned the intrepid, truth-teller voice of our girlhood, at least for a time. Click here for the full article.