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Feel Good, Look Good, for Life

Feel Good, Look Good, for Life

January 26, 2017 Vol.15, Issue 1 Every year in January, we hear the same rhetoric about resolutions, commitments and promises to get healthy — diet and exercise goals that typically don’t last long. What if, instead of a goal, health was viewed as a lifestyle, a way of living? Big difference, yes? That’s the philosophy… Continue Reading

For Your Well Being: Body Wise and Soft Eyes

April 5, 2007, Vol. V Issue 7 Dear Friends, You know you have success on your hands, when you walk out of the event, and the first words out of the meeting planner’s mouth are, “That was awesome!” That’s what I heard last week in Tacoma, Washington, about Dr. Deborah Kern at Franciscan Health System’s… Continue Reading

For Your Well Being: Tuning In To Teens

September 7, 2006, Vol. IV Issue 17 Dear Friends, It was impossible to miss the front page headline in my newspaper last week: “We’re Living Large in U.S.,” accompanied by a huge map of the obesity rates across the United States. In a two-year period, the obesity rate has increased in 31 states and is… Continue Reading

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