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Top Nashville Kids Entertainment Places

Top Nashville Kids Entertainment Places

Indoors or outdoors, there’s a lot to keep you and your kids amused in and around Nashville. Rachel Kirsch looks at some of the most popular. BounceU of Nashville BounceU is a unique party venue for kids of all ages. It houses several indoor bounce houses and takes great care in its private party experience. While everyone is encouraged to …

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How Not to Look Your Age

How Not to Look Your Age

Jade Spilka offers some advice on how women can look good and help delay (or hide) the effects of aging, in part caused by the environment in which we live. In our polluted and computer screen-filled world, people are showing signs of age at a faster pace than ever before. Our progression as a society has caused a decline in …

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Cosmetic Surgery, what’s hot, what it costs, and how to choose the right Surgeon

Cosmetic Surgery, what’s hot, what it costs, and how to choose the right Surgeon

Cosmetic or plastic surgery is booming. More and more procedures to improve the look of every part of your body are now available. Health & Wellness looks at what are the most popular, what they cost, and the important questions to ask before proceeding. Denise Mann reports. Each and every year, all the aesthetic associations publish their annual statistics to …

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Choosing Your Cosmetic Surgeon, you get what you pay for

You’re about to spend $1,000s on some life-changing surgery, make sure the Cosmetic Surgeon you choose is right for you, and the procedure you’re planning. Your highest priority should be on finding the best provider for your specific needs. Specifically: •    Choose a surgeon with an abundance of experience and documentation of previous surgeries. •    For a plastic surgery procedure, …

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Transformative Sound Therapy Ancient Tradition Meets Quantum Physics

Transformative Sound Therapy Ancient Tradition Meets Quantum Physics

Quantum physics has proven that frequency is the foundation of life. According to Janice Doochin, RN, NHC (pictured), everything is frequency, waveforms, vibration, and resonance, and our cells communicate through electromagnetic impulses. Healthy frequencies in the brain and body are between 2 and 12 hertz, while a cell phone creates frequencies over 1 billion hertz – this is like putting …

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Women and Hair Loss

Women and Hair Loss

When we think of hair loss, rarely do we think of it being a problem for women. However, what many people do not know is that millions of women frequently suffer from hair loss, also known as alopecia, at some point in their lives. Losing one’s hair can be a devastating process and can further lead to low self-esteem, depression, …

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Cancer Patients: Eating properly can help your recovery

Cancer Patients: Eating properly can help your recovery

Cancer treatments are bad news for your body. So what you eat is key to a healthy recovery. The local Heimerdinger Foundation runs an amazing ‘Meals 4 Health and Healing’ program to help cancer survivors get better, quicker. Katharine Ray, the Foundation’s Executive Director, explains how it works and how it helped one local Cancer survivor. The Heimerdinger Foundation’s Meals …

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Fighting Cancer Across the USA

Fighting Cancer Across the USA

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In these two articles, Health & Wellness looks at both the progress being made in detecting and treating Breast Cancer, and the other major types of Cancer – how to also detect them, and how healthy eating can help prevent the disease. We are indebted to the American Cancer Society (www.cancer.org) and the Mayo …

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Yoga and Breast Cancer Prevention

Yoga and Breast Cancer Prevention

About 1 in 8 women in the United States develop invasive breast cancer. It is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among American women. If you are concerned about breast cancer, you might be wondering if there are steps you can take towards prevention. Sadhguru, yogi, mystic and the foremost authority on yoga, looks at how yoga helps with breast cancer …

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How to combat the effects of ‘Chemo Fog’ and other Cancer treatment problems

How to combat the effects of ‘Chemo Fog’ and other Cancer treatment problems

Post cancer treatments cannot just be physically challenging, they can affect your mental well-being as well. Sheri Rowney, a cancer survivor herself, looks at one no-drug treatment that has worked for many. At the moment the “Big C” word is uttered, things start to change. From the countless tests and examinations, to the diagnosis and protocol suggestions, cancer very easily …

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Can you eat well on a Student income?

Can you eat well on a Student income?

We asked regular contributor Makenzie Jones (pictured) to discuss Student diets and eating habits, and to get some of her co-students to share when, how, and what they eat. College is expensive. Public, private, community, big or small, no matter where you are, college takes a chunk out of your wallet. To make the experience worth the price, excelling in …

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10 ways to look forward to Monday Mornings

10 ways to look forward to Monday Mornings

There are ways to start the week feeling upbeat and positive. Paul English suggests that taking up some of these ideas might help. The prospect of Monday morning’s slog to work can start ruining your weekend by Sunday evening. But it needn’t be the nightmarish prospect so many of us suffer every week. Here’s a few ideas to make that …

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The Benefits of Juice Cleanses

The Benefits of Juice Cleanses

By Karina Hammer, Certified Holistic Wellness Coach I recently completed a 27 day juice cleanse sponsored by Juice Bar. I lost weight, had more energy, my thoughts were clearer, and reset my cravings. Here are some of the many benefits of doing a juice cleanse: ● Rest the stomach – Juices require less energy to digest. Remember to gently chew your …

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Servant Leadership Proverbs for Today’s Leaders

Servant Leadership Proverbs for Today’s Leaders

By David Stevens, MD, MA (Ethics) If you look up the term “servant leadership” online, you will find that the phrase was coined by Robert K. Greenleaf in The Servant as Leader, an essay he first published in 1970. Yes, he may have coined the term, but the concept itself dates back to Christ, the greatest servant leader who ever lived. …

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You’re An Individual – Your Weight Loss Program Should Be Too

You’re An Individual – Your Weight Loss Program Should Be Too

By Kellye N. Rice, DMD America is dying…a very slow death…from the processed foods that are so common in our generally accepted American diet. High sodium, preservatives and sugar are prevalent in many of the processed foods that have become staples in our everyday food selections. Even the three top soda corporations are teaming up to do their part in …

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3D Imaging Minimizes Time and Cost of Dental Procedures

3D Imaging Minimizes Time and Cost of Dental Procedures

By Jaime A. Romero, Jr., D.D.S. Physicians have relied on computerized axial tomography scans (CAT) for many years. CAT scans are an X-ray procedure that uses many different X-ray images with the help of computers to generate cross-sectional or even 3D views of internal organs and structures within the body. A knee replacement surgery, for example, would never be performed …

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The Healthy List of Lists

The Healthy List of Lists

Some of the best weight loss exercises Here’s a rundown of the some of the best weight loss exercises according to www.superskinnyme.com. Visit their site to see how many calories you’ll burn doing these exercises based on your weight, and lots more useful information. 1. Running Running (treadmill or outdoors) is the best weight loss exercise. Running is one of …

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Dizziness and Balance Deficits that Arise from the Cervical Spine

Dizziness and Balance Deficits that Arise from the Cervical Spine

Stacey Ross, PT, DPT, COMT of STAR Physical Therapy in Columbia, TN, explains how the human body is made up of multiple systems that work together to keep us safe and functioning. When these systems go haywire, a variety of problems can arise. Balance deficits and dizziness are two specific problems that can lead to decreased safety and can affect …

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Questions and Answers About Aromatherapy

Questions and Answers About Aromatherapy

In the third of our series looking at ‘Alternative Therapies,’ we look at the commonly asked questions about Aromatherapy, and provide answers to help you make informed decisions. What is aromatherapy? Aromatherapy is the use of essential oils from plants to support and balance the mind, body, and spirit. Aromatherapy refers to the inhalation and topical application of true, authentic …

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Just what do all those Food ‘Labels’ mean?

Just what do all those Food ‘Labels’ mean?

There are over 20 ways to describe the way the food you are eating has been produced or grown. Many are meaningless when trying to make a healthy choice. George Wong (pictured) provides some guidelines. If you, like many Americans these days, are shopping for eggs, meat or dairy and you want to ensure that the animals that produce them …

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