Tami Keele: Domestic Abuse Survivor

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When we hear the word “October” we immediately think of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, right? Everywhere we go we see pink ribbons and t-shirts with the word “survivor” emblazoned on them.

What few people may realize is that October is also Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Did you know that on average nearly 20 people a minute in the United States become victims of physical violence at the hands of their partner? That is nearly 10 million women and men per year!

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Breast Cancer 411

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With October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we thought we’d take this opportunity to present a few must-know facts about breast health. Sit back and relax while we give you the 411 on everything breast related.

Breasts, everyone has them. They come in all shapes and sizes and can be the topic of all types of conversations from bra types and bikini’s to breast feeding and augmentation. But there’s one conversation that is shaking our nation more and more these days. That conversation is about breast cancer.

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What You Need to Know About Enterovirus D68

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During the month of September, we are focusing on keeping you up to date on the best ways to stay healthy and promote wellness in your everyday lives.

In our last post we spoke about preventative measures you could take for optimum health. We discussed eating healthy foods, getting enough rest, staying well-hydrated…all great points to consider. But what happens when we work diligently to do all of the right things and we are still faced with an illness that is beyond our control?

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Preventative Measures for Optimal Health

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Pick up any health and wellness magazine in the store and somewhere on the cover you are sure to find a headline mentioning heart disease, diabetes, or cancer. These three diseases are the top 3 killers of women today, so it’s no coincidence people are talking about them.

So what are the best ways to keep from falling victim to one of these deadly diseases? Prevention. Plain and simple. 

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The Cardinal Rule of Back to School: Always Feed Your Kids a Healthy Breakfast

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We’ve all heard the adage: “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” I’m here to tell you, it’s not just another catchy bumper sticker. Just as your car can’t run without gas in the tank, your body can’t function properly without food.

Think about it. Generally speaking, if the last thing you ate was dinner the night before and you get your full 8 hours of sleep, that’s 8 whole hours your body has gone without being refueled. Not a big deal when you’re sleeping, because your body processes function much slower and don’t burn as much energy, but when you wake up and become more active…well, that’s a different story.

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