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Don’t Be S.A.D. After all the hoopla of the winter holidays...the lack of sunshine (and the resulting drop in Vitamin D, serotonin, and melatonin in our bodies) can trigger an actual physical ailment called S.A.D. – seasonal affective disorder. Read more

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Described as “meditation in motion,” it is an ancient Chinese martial art that can bring energy to the body and serenity to the mind. The benefits are both physical and mental. Tai Chi is a slow and fluid movement of postures that are... Read more

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The South Coast is blessed with hidden shorelines, rivers, marshes, beaches, and ponds within a stone’s throw of “civilization,” and they’re a sure cure for the doldrums of the daily grind. Read more

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The South Coast is a great place to live. Our coastal environment has a wide variety of landscapes, from marshland and rivers to beaches and wooded areas. Read more

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... the clock is ticking on whether we can fend off apocalyptic changes to Planet Earth’s climate by the end of this century. If we do nothing, life as we know it now will be irrevocably changed... fraught with perils and scarcity. Read more

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Why is everyone suddenly talking about – or selling – CBD oil products? Is it a new panacea for mankind’s ailments and ills? Is it another celebrity-driven fad or a get-rich-quick scam? Or are its supposedly beneficial results just a placebo effect? Read more

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These infinitesimally small nanoparticles can be programmed to deliver drugs to dissolve blood clots, repair damaged brain tissue, destroy viruses, and aid in the early diagnosis of cancers, infections, and diseases. Read more

Prime Living

...I started to read the fine print on the volunteer page on the All Hands website. Words like “communal living” and “curfew” started to make me second-guess my decision. I am 45, not 25. I am a light sleeper. I use three pillows when I sleep. Read more

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After a prolonged stay in the ICU, Aguiar was referred to Vibra Hospital. She immediately began a journey of extensive medical treatments and aggressive therapy. She was promptly evaluated by the respiratory therapy department for weaning readiness. Read more

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Whether injured or healthy, Paul stresses that all you have to do is “listen to your body and treat it nicely.” Most people sit too long and exercise or stretch too little. Your body will let you know when it’s not happy. Read more

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Take these four easy steps to keep the weight off this holiday season. Read more

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America is often called “The Breadbasket of the World,” the greatest food-producing nation, yet 30-40% of our food goes to waste or ends up in the garbage (worth $162 billion). Read more

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Self-improvement is an ongoing process, not a finished product. Unlike making a New Year’s resolution, with an artificial cutoff date for bad habits and starting date for good ones, self-improvement is a quiet commitment to making small... Read more

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“The years in the 60’s and 70’s can be vibrant and full of health,” Dr. Salter said. “Taking proper care of nutrition and exercising regularly will help people feel younger and maintain their health. ... "More than anything, enjoy life." Read more

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Whoever said “travel is the best education” probably traveled solo, and never with school-aged children or teenagers. Read more

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It’s simple math – affordable and accessible mental health care for all seniors would greatly reduce the eventual burden on Medicaid/Medicare and our healthcare delivery systems. Read more

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This is for men as well. They need to know that this is not a foo-foo place. Many men come in here and love how clean their faces feel and look afterword. They also like that they don’t need to wear wraps or robes like a traditional spa facial. Read more

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It wasn’t so long ago that the South Coast was littered with empty mills, polluted shorelines, deserted buildings, vacant lots, neglected public parks, and shuttered storefronts. But the region underwent a transformation over the past few decades... Read more

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"We're in an economic time where there are a lot of people making it, but close to struggling. There have to be a lot of different solutions for a lot of different people." Read more

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Ticks, and the diseases they carry, have been making humanity sick for a very long time. In 1991, hikers in the Alps near the Austria-Italy border discovered the frozen, mummified remains of man who died 3,500 years ago. Read more

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