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Restful Sleep: The Foundation of Good Health

By Catherine R. Stallworth, M.D., assisted by Sarah Bennett Our bodies need restful sleep to repair and renew. Sleep disorders can lead to compromised immune function and other serious health concerns. Invest in your health by prioritizing a healthy sleep cycle. There are a wide variety of habits, rituals, herbs, and techniques that can be used to promote a restful ... Read More »

Giving: Good for the Mind, Body and Soul

By Jamey Campbell, CFRE The early results are in, and it appears that Americans gave $456.7 billion to charity in 2014. That’s a 9 percent increase over 2013. Giving to everything from religious organizations, to social services, to education, Americans continue to be the most generous people in the world. Americans may give away more money than any other country ... Read More »

Nashville Boat Club

The Nashville Boat Club is a private, members-only Boating Country Club®. For nearly 1/3 the cost of owning a single boat, you can enjoy a fleet of new upscale boats. These meticulously maintained boats are for the EXCLUSIVE use of our members. Members have UNLIMITED use of the boats; PLUS we provide complimentary wakeboards, skis, kneeboards, tubes, and more for ... Read More »

Start 2015 Right with Vital 5! Advanced Nutrition Made Simple

By Anne and Peter Noble What is Vital 5? Vital 5 is five essential Forever products that provide a solid foundation of advanced nutrition.  When combined, these 5 core products form a powerful Nutrition Superhighway that serve as the building blocks of any customized nutritional program. vital – adjective (vi*tal) 1) essential for continued existence and success. 2) full of ... Read More »

Dentures vs. Implants – Restore Your Smile with Modern Dental Technology

By Jaime A. Romero, Jr., D.D.S. Unsecured dentures are an old-fashioned solution for people who have lost all of their teeth. Unfortunately, you may find that wearing unsecured dentures can be painful, inconvenient and awkward. Such dentures make it difficult to chew a variety of foods, which can stop you from eating many of the foods you once enjoyed. Wearing ... Read More »

Go Red for Women – Heart Health Guide

Cardiovascular diseases kill more women than men. But 80 percent of cardiac events in women could be prevented if women made the right choices for their hearts involving diet, exercise and abstinence from smoking. Heart Attack A heart attack occurs when the blood flow to a part of the heart is blocked, usually by a blood clot. If this clot ... Read More »

An Integrative Approach to Avoiding a Broken Heart

By Catherine R. Stallworth, M.D., assisted by Sarah Bennett Cardiovascular disease is the primary cause of death in the U.S. It would serve us well to treat our hearts with the care they deserve before the onset of such a heart-breaking disease. When beginning a path towards creating a healthy heart, a person may consider taking a more holistic approach ... Read More »

Underrepresented and Underweight: Eating Disorders Affect Boys Too

By Carmen Campbell February is Eating Disorders Awareness month. Eating disorders are battles often fought behind closed bathroom doors. As ones self-esteem is a fairly private matter, admissions of having an eating disorder are difficult to obtain, and so become plans for recovery. But this private matter is one that plagues twenty-four million (roughly four times the population of the ... Read More »

Transform Your Life in 2015!

By Lisa Webb, D.Psy, MPH and Kenith L. Robins, PhD It’s not surprising that many people resolve to “lose weight” as their New Year’s goal. Unfortunately for most people, just “going on a diet” is only part of the equation. Are you unhappy with your weight or eating patterns? Do you use food to feel better, to escape from your ... Read More »

Peripheral Nervous System

By Christopher K. Taleghani, M.D. The Peripheral Nervous System (PNS) is made up of nerves and ganglia (clusters of nerve cells) that extend from the brain and spinal cord. These nerves connect the brain and spinal column (the central nervous system or CNS) to the body’s muscles and organs. There are two types of nerves or divisions in the PNS: ... Read More »

Night-Time & Binge Eating Syndrome

By T. Taylor Minchey, NP – Indian Lake Medical Weight Loss & Wellness Night eating syndrome is not the same as binge eating disorder, although individuals with night eating syndrome are often binge eaters. People with a binge eating disorder eat large amounts of food at different times of the day, while those with night eating syndrome eat the majority ... Read More »

WHEN EATING ISN’T EASY

By Phyllis Townsend, M.D. For most people eating is a normal part of their day, carried out routinely whenever they’re hungry. For a small group of people, eating is a stressful event – every mouthful is to be weighed and measured, calories counted and guilt for anything consumed. No matter how thin these people become, they see an overweight person ... Read More »

Considering Breast Implant?

A woman deserves to feel beautiful, sexy and confident about her body – in all stages of her life.  Because a woman’s full, shapely breasts  are  widely considered attractive in our society, it is no wonder that breast augmentation is currently the most popular procedure in aesthetic surgery today. Have you ever been bothered by the feeling your breasts are ... Read More »

How Do You Love Your Health and Wealth? Do You Need a Change?

By Laura Robinson February is the month of love. Love starts within yourself and feeling comfortable in your own skin. Your health routine should come effortless and be effective. Are you tired of struggling with fatigue, no energy, anxiety, excess weight, bloating, sugar cravings and/or “brain fog?” Plexus products may help! Plexus Worldwide is a wellness company with 14 amazing ... Read More »

Grief and the Winter Months

By J. Adam Garner, Spiritual Care Coordinator For many people, January and February can prove to be difficult months. The holidays are over and the decorations must come down, but there are several weeks of winter before the sun truly appears and the color and longer days of spring arrive. For some, these so called “winter blues” are more than ... Read More »

Back Pain Relief

By Dallas Roberts, PT, Cert MDT Low back and neck pain are a common occurrence in our society. More than 80% of the population will experience back/neck pain at least once in their life. Over 7 million people are off work due to back pain in the U.S. at any one time. It is estimated to cause more than 15 ... Read More »

WISDOM TEETH: To Extract or Not to Extract!

By Jaime A. Romero, Jr., D.D.S. Third molars or “Wisdom Teeth” as they are often referred to, are the last teeth to erupt in the mouth. For a long time they have been regarded as useless and troublesome teeth that must be removed for preventive measures. However, when the wisdom teeth are fully erupted and align properly (biting correctly with ... Read More »

Experience Less Stress and Sleep Better Self-Care: A Not-So-Selfish Investment

By Casey Durrett, Licensed Esthetician Self-care is often one of the first things to disappear in a busy person’s schedule. The daily responsibilities of life, family, home, and work often make it difficult to pencil in time for “self.” In fact, many of us may even see ourselves as selfish for investing precious time and resources on services that melt ... Read More »

On-The-Job Injuries (WHAT TO DO ?)

By David E. High, Attorney-At-Law Procedures that must be followed for receiving medical care for on-the-job injuries. If you are injured on-the-job, you should give your employer prompt notice of your on-the-job injury. You should seek prompt emergency medical care. Thereafter, your employer will provide you with a list of three (3) physicians from which you can seek treatment. This ... Read More »

Dental Health Awareness

By Kellye N. Rice, DMD As the year gears up and we settle down after the excitement of the holidays, we often consider what’s important in our lives and how we want this year to be better. That’s why February is National Dental Health Awareness month. Now is the time to consider how to improve your health. And your health ... Read More »

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