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  • Happy Memorial Day!  Today we celebrate the honor and remembrance of the men and women who have served our country.  It is a day to reflect on those who protected us and kept us safe. Since we are going through another difficult time, Covid-19, we can reflect even further.

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    We currently are in the most difficult times of our lives.  We are told to be socially distant from our friends, neighbors, even some of our family (especially if you are a front line worker). We feel socially isolated, except for online interactions.  This helps, but cannot

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      While the coronavirus is now in the U.S., it is vital to not panic or stress your body even if this might be difficult.  The media plays a large part in making things scary to you and your loved ones.  I suggest you watch the news no more than 1 hour total per day, if

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    Valentine's Day started during the 3rd Century A.D. when two Ancient Romans, both named Valentine, who were executed by the emperor on February 14 of different years.  Their martyrdom was honored by the Catholic Church with the celebration of Valentine's Day. The celebration

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    Super Bowl is the biggest sporting event of the year. Gatherings with friends and families take place in homes across the country. Many types of foods will be served throughout the day. Here are some of my healthy tips to give you lasting energy before, during, and after

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    A Whole New You Holistic Health, Nutrition & Personal Training is:  Offering Gift Certificates For The Holidays  Purchase a minimum of $125 worth of services, and you will receive a free 30 minute personal training session in your home or mine or

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                                      photo credit: Calsidyrose Thanksgiving is a time to rejoice, renew and gather with friends and family.  Take note of all the things, large and small that you are grateful for.  Reach out to a friend who is in

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    By Laura Koenig Rivkin, CHHC, CPT Author of “A Whole New You: To Your Good Health”   Halloween is a fun time for kids and adults. However, it doesn’t only have to focus on trick-or-treating and having a contest to see who gets the most candy every year. With

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    I have noticed for many years, that many individuals don't really pay attention to their health, unless they get a "diagnosis" of some sort from their doctor.  They are set in their ways and don't really feel the need to change anything.  This could be from being too busy,

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    I used to be proficient in multi-tasking.  I thought that was the best way to handle my job, my life at home and with friends.  My job in NYC, when I was in my 20's, commanded that I multi-task, and I learned from the best corporation to do that with. I was able to handle at

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