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The Way I See iT (TWIST)

The Declaration of Interdependence

The Declaration of Interdependence

THE WAY I SEE IT: By: Kathleen Hall This month we celebrate the our nation’s declaration of independence, and it also evokes the spirit and memories of the people that fought for our freedom. In terms of civil liberties and rights, I am reminded of the iconic speech in history given by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. […]

Unplug Everyday

Over-Scheduled Kids

Over-Scheduled Kids

UNPLUG EVERYDAY: A perennial problem that may challenge your family is over scheduled children. Do you worry about your child’s resume so that they may get into that prominent school you have dreamed of? Many over scheduled kids have long-term stress and most of all they are not happy. Your family needs to decide what […]

Mindful Work

Vacation from work is essential for health

Vacation from work is essential for health

Do you have some vacation days saved up? Consider taking a relaxing trip. It’s not only a great way to bond with your family—it can also benefit your health.   The data on the health benefits of vacations are impressive. According to the Framingham Heart Study, the largest epidemiological study of heart disease in history, […]

Mindful Health

Eat White Foods to Reduce Risk of Getting a Stroke

Eat White Foods to Reduce Risk of Getting a Stroke

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), one American dies from a stroke every four minutes. This is devastating news, but fortunately, reexamining your diet and eating more white fruits and vegetables can make a difference.   A stroke occurs “when a blood clot blocks an artery or a blood vessel breaks, […]