Super-Charged!

When You’re Not At Your Best This Winter, Try These Immunity-Boosting Foods
Written by Kelly Williams, MS
When cold, damp weather drives many of us indoors during the winter, many of us notice an uptick in colds and other viruses. The extra time spent indoors may make it easier for germs to spread, but you can fight back!

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Follow My Lead

An Army Veteran and Certified Exercise Therapist Shows You How to Live Healthier with Two New Techniques
Written by Victor Fernandes     Photos by Grant L. Gursky
Robert Griffith, 58, served his country for 26 years in the U.S. Army, yet with all he’d seen and done during that time, it was a shoulder replacement and six subsequent surgeries that rendered him nonfunctional,

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Back To Basics

A Mindfulness Examination for the Holidays: Embrace Simplicity and Release Pressure
The second in a series, this article aims to prepare you for the inevitable stresses that accompany the holiday season.
Column by Kelli Anders, MS, C-IAYT, RYT 500
Inevitably, the holidays evoke a spectrum of emotions, from joy and excitement to sadness and irritation — and everything in-between!

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Paying Attention With Purpose

A Mindfulness Primer: What, Why and How to Bring More Ease into Daily Life
While this contemplative tradition is allegedly thousands of years old, the practice of mindfulness is a hot topic in current times. There are organizations, websites, magazines, programs, countless books, and even degrees at colleges and universities across America dedicated to the subject [1,

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