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Scars, Tattoos, Piercings, Vaccination Puncture Sites and Other Interferences To Healing!

Judy (45y) gained weight in her abdominal area and developed digestive problems after the birth of her child.  Judy saw many different practitioners without getting help.  However, after identifying and then clearing a biofield disruption due to her episiotomy scar from that childbirth, all symptoms cleared, too.  This scar had caused an abnormal blockage to …

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FOR THE LOVE OF RELATIONSHIPS – Relationship land mine

Spending, unending consumption, credit cards, online shopping, ATMs, refinancing deals, and online money transfers have made managing finances a shell game. Debt is at an all-time high, affecting the quality of relationships. For millennials, who are marrying later, both partners have a financial history they bring into the relationship. Some enter marriage with undisclosed financial …

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PMS to MENOPAUSE – Part 4 of 4 [Biological Hormone Back-ups]

JOLENE’s diagnosis of Menopause had been more than two years, when she started Clinical Nutrition Therapy to correct the causes of other health concerns at that time.   So, she was quite surprised to resume regular menstruation again!  She wasn’t happy about that, as she enjoyed life without menstruation, but she understood that her overall …

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FOR THE LOVE OF RELATIONSHIPS – The loneliness epidemic

Societal changes, particularly our collective mobility, high levels of social media use, reduction of social and emotional competencies and a dramatic number of individuals living alone contributes to isolation, loneliness, and alienation. Researchers are sounding the alarm on loneliness as it is affecting our health and wellbeing. It can even be a predictor of loss …

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HealthOne to host “Crush The Crisis” Opioid Take Back Day, Oct. 29

Hospitals to partner with local law enforcement to encourage the safe disposal of unused or expired medication HealthONE hospitals are hosting their 4th annual “Crush the Crisis” national opioid take back day to raise awareness about the dangers of opioid misuse and the importance of safe and proper disposal of unused or expired medications, on …

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FOR THE LOVE OF RELATIONSHIPS – Exploring the crime crisis

Recently, I attended a seminar on the neuroscience and the cognitive frameworks that drive criminal behavior. I was fascinated by the complexity and simplicity of the workshop content. One of the takeaways was the six traits that can lead to criminal and maladaptive behaviors. Given the crime crisis that we are experiencing in the nation, …

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