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Prevent Winter Ailments with Salt Therapy

Colds, flu and allergies have become almost synonymous with the holiday season. This year, nip them in the bud with the help of the North Shore Salt Therapy Center.

thriveMD Introduces New Services

Colon cleansing can help improve the body’s overall health and wellness, ridding the body of waste and toxins by releasing layers of colon buildup.

When Achieving Wellness Goals is a Priority

Heal n Cure specializes in medical family wellness, including autoimmunity issues, weight loss, hormone balancing, diabetes, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome and anti-aging, using integrative and functional medicine.

Float Away Holiday Season Stress

Flotstone aims to serve the public using floatation as a viable therapy to help with such common problems as chronic pain and insomnia.

Alexander and Newell on Living in A Mindful Universe

Alexander will share his theories of the mechanism that connect consciousness with the physical world; science supporting reality of the spiritual world.

Manifest the Life You Desire

Attendees will learn to create new neurological pathways to manifest the life they desire, including a new career, new look, a healthier body, financial abundance, a happier outlook and self-confidence.

Tomorrow’s Dentistry is Here Today at Gaiamed Dental Spa

One of the exciting applications of this new technology is for the removal or reduction of facial lines and wrinkles, giving a moderate lift and tightening to the face, along with lip plumping and tooth whitening.

Processing Hidden Trauma to Accelerate Healing

The Mind Body Healing Center offers a whole person approach for the treatment of depression and anxiety.

Changing a Nation with Brain Education

The award comes after seven years of work by the International Brain Education Association Foundation to implement Lee’s holistic mind-body training program known as Brain Education in the country’s public schools.

School Activities Can Foster Head Injuries

The beginning of the school year can create situations that invite concussion injuries for athletes participating in cheerleading, soccer, lacrosse, football and gymnastic activities.

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