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November 2013

Being Thankful Is Good for Your Health

By Res-Q November 27, 2013 No comments

A few years ago I was an emotional wreck. All I could do to stay afloat was grumble and throw imaginary daggers at everything that was bothering me. I was filled with anger, resentment, pain and, worse, I was a fiery ball of negative energy who probably brought more rain than sunshine wherever I went.

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Top-10 Ways to Lower Your Risk of Diabetes

By Tracy Shields November 19, 2013 No comments

I’m sure you don’t need me to dole out the latest statistics on diabetes and pre-diabetes, or tell you that the growing number of children at increased risk of this disease has tripled in the past several years. But what I will tell you is that… 

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Diabetes Prevention Month

By Tracy Shields November 13, 2013 No comments

Unconventional tips to better eating… 

We all know that poor diet and lack of exercise are direct links to weight gain and diabetes. But here are a few unconventional tips to help you rethink the way you approach food. 

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Trouble Coping with Days of Darkness?

By Tracy Shields November 6, 2013 No comments

Here are a few tips to make life a little brighter…

Call me crazy, but while all my late-night party friends are celebrating a win for that extra hour, I’m bemoaning the loss of daylight—at least in the late afternoon when I seem to want it the most. For most of us, there is a real and present feeling of loss that accompanies extra-hours darkness. And it seems to be the consensus—at least among individuals who suffer from seasonal affective disorder (SAD)—that less sunlight causes depression. 

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