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Why Pennsylvania is Good for Your Mental Health

Why Pennsylvania is Good for Your Mental Health

By Jennifer Scott It’s common knowledge that getting outside is one of the best things you can do for your body. Whether it’s a walk around the block after supper, a bike ride on a sunny afternoon, or a few hours a week tending the garden, simply stepping outdoors makes exercise easier and more enjoyable. […]

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Dispelling the Myth of Traditional “Health Care”

Dispelling the Myth of Traditional “Health Care”

Have you ever thought about how mislabeled our medical system is? Do you ever go to the doctor when you’re healthy? Maybe you do occasionally if you need a yearly physical, but is visiting a health care provider once a year enough to stay healthy? The thousands of Americans sitting in various hospital rooms across […]

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FREE Essential Oil – This Month Only!

FREE Essential Oil – This Month Only!

  START THE NEW YEAR OFF RIGHT!!!   Receive a FREE Wild Orange Essential Oil This Month*   With Cold Season here again, use Wild Orange Essential Oil to stay well and ward off illness.  Highly esteemed for its Anti-microbial properties, Wild Orange enhances immunity, so that you can stay well naturally. *Receive your FREE […]

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Your 3 Helpful Holiday Hints Revealed…

Your 3 Helpful Holiday Hints Revealed…

                                  Holiday Sigh of Relief –   Psychological support can be a big part of Acupuncture Treatment. Too often this element of patient care is overlooked, especially in Western medicine and in the fast-paced world we live in. This […]

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The Fall & Sadness: What you Didn’t Know About this Time of Year

The Fall & Sadness: What you Didn’t Know About this Time of Year

The Emotions of Autumn…. Whether we like it or not, we are affected by the seasons. Just like you feel happy on a bright sunny Summer day, you will also be affected by the climate of the Fall. Currently, nature is letting go of the “fullness of the Summer” (leaves falling, daylight waning, temperature cooling, […]

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