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Health Care Transformation Focuses on Preventative Care

Health care in the Northwest and across the U.S. has been going through a transformation. Over the last ten to fifteen years, our focus has been gradually changing from treatment focusing on acute issues to treatments that are starting to focus on prevention. We still have a long ways to go, but the seeds of […]

Straight Talk About Stress

Life is full of hassles, roadblocks, frustrations, time constraints, and demands. All of these create stress in our lives which can become so commonplace that stress becomes a way of life. In small doses, stress can help performance under pressure or motivate an individual to do their best. But when we’re constantly running in emergency […]

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Moxa – China’s Fountain of Youth?

The search for the mythical Fountain of Youth continues to appeal and intrigue us. Legends about the healing powers of these waters abound in cultures throughout the world. The legendary spring reputedly restored the youth of anyone who drank of its waters. The Fountain has been used as a metaphor for anything that improves longevity. […]

Fretting About Your Sweating?

Excessive sweat or foul smelling body odor causes discomfort and embarrassment. Sometimes these things can be partially camouflaged with deodorants, showers, towels, and a change of clothes. But, none of these short term fixes address the cause. The next morning, the same sweat concerns that plagued you yesterday will continue to plague you. If you’re […]

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Seven Simple Tips to Handle Holiday Stress

[bookmarks style=”padding-left: 5px; padding-right: 5px” options=”default=off&facebook=on&digg=on”] Have you noticed? Stress has become so ingrained in our existence that we don’t realize how stressed out we are. Feelings of exhaustion, inability to focus, difficulty completing tasks are all signs of stress. These are signs that our body has been dealing with too much for too long. […]