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Earaches in children

Not only is cold and flu season hit my house already, my 4 year old had his first case otitis media or ear infection over …

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More magnesium please!

To follow up my recent post on the importance of vitamin D, this blog post will focus on magnesium. Magnesium is a player in over …

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The test you need to get this fall.

Moving into shorter days with less time spent outside, Vitamin D should be on your mind. Research on the benefits of Vitamin D is stacking …

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Heavy bleeding – getting your period back on track.

During the course of women’s reproductive years there are many periods where hormone fluctuation can occur, namely postpartum, and perimenopause.  During these times the hormones …

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Serotonin – Lets get happy

Serotonin – often touted as the “happy brain chemical” is the focus of this blog.  The ideas presented are not new, and have been well …

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