Keeping Kids Healthy During Flu Season

By Cindy Wechsler, APRN   Kids generally suffer from ten colds a year. The majority of their illnesses occur during the winter season. Though we have had a pretty mild winter up to this point, winter is still upon us for several more weeks and we are in the height of Flu...
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4 Ways Ozone Therapy Can Help Kick Cancer’s Butt!

By Dr. Carine Bonnist IMMUNE SUPPORT.  Due to it’s highly reactive molecular structure of three oxygen atoms, ozone readily induces the body’s innate healing mechanisms AKA the immune system.  A healthy and active immune system can recognize potentially harmful cancer cells and...
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Four Ways to Prevent Getting Sick this Autumn!

People often think of immune support after they begin feeling sick.  Don’t get me wrong, immune supportive lifestyle changes and supplements are important to lessen the severity, and shorten the duration, of illness, but why not start an immune-boosting regimen before getting a...
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5 Things that may be Contributing to your Weight Gain and what to DO about it!

By Dr. Carine Bonnist You’ve got to move it, move it! Have you been doing the same work out routine for the past 10 years? If so, it’s time to shake it up a bit!  High intensity interval training or HIIT has been under the spotlight lately due to its small time requirement and...
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Artificial Light at Night: Is Your Smartphone Screen Putting You At Risk?

Artificial Light at Night: Is Your Smartphone Screen Putting You At Risk? As we all continue to spend more hours every day in front of a screen—whether it’s a smartphone, tablet, computer, or TV—health experts are warning that too much exposure to the artificial hue of light from...
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What Is Your Skin Really Saying?

It was estimated that in 2016, 1.35 million Americans had spent more than $500 in a span of 3 months on skin care products. Whoa! A lot of money, sure, but we all strive for radiant and flawless skin, right? Be it acne, enlarged pores or wrinkles, most of us have at some point...
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Go for a Walk

It is a beautiful day in New England! What is one thing we can all do to benefit our health today? Get outside! A walk to your mailbox counts  Study: American Academy of Pediatrics. “Many Children have suboptimal Vitamin D Levels,” Pediatrics. October 26, 2009.
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