According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), ASD (autism spectrum disorder) is present in 1 out of every 59 children. The CDC also notes ASD is four times more common in boys than girls. If you are a parent of a child with special needs, I just want to say – you…

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Smiling and laughing are for obvious reasons interpreted as being synonymous with feelings of joy or happiness, and certainly everyone is aware that likely a person whose life is filled with laughter is probably not a morose or depressed individual. Just as it is well known among medical professionals that depression and chronic sadness often…

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Why is respiratory health important? Breathing has two major functions: to supply the body with oxygen and to expel toxins from the body. Our body demands oxygen, and a steady supply supports the health of the brain, nerves, other organs, and more. Our brains require the most energy of all of the body’s organs. The…

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Overwhelming debt. Marriages on life support. Time bandits that leave no extra room for family time, friends, or fun. This is what our do-more, buy-more and be-more culture has brought us to.  It all adds up to overscheduled and overworked lives that are out of balance. But there is an answer. In fact, a 7-step…

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