INSIDE GUNTHER PUBLICATIONS: Meet Susan Heckler

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We’re back with another edition of Inside Gunther Publications! You may have read a great issue of the Family Times while looking for exciting new events to take the kids, or read an interesting health article written by a medical professional in The Greater Princeton Area Ask the Doctor. If these sound familiar to you, … Continued

Let Me Shake Your Hand Kelly Tyers

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By: Susan Heckler I recently put a note in The Millstone Times asking for candidates for our Let Me Shake Your Hand column. This column honors those who live or work in our sending area that really goes above and beyond to help and be a good person. Interestingly enough, I got an overwhelming response…for … Continued

How Busy is Too Busy

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By Susan Heckler  Every child is an individual, the below is a guideline which may need some customizing based on your child’s wants, needs, and abilities. Grade-by-Grade at a Glance Kindergarten should be simple and free — one or two after-school activities a week are more than enough. A great choice may involve their creative and/or … Continued

Reasons To Love Watermelon

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By: Alexandra Tringali There’s nothing better in the summer than a fresh, juicy watermelon; it makes for a great picnic snack or post-barbeque dessert. In addition to being incredibly refreshing and delicious, the watermelon is full of nutrients that benefit your whole body, like your immune system, brain, and heart. Whether you prefer red or yellow, … Continued

How Can I Help My Child Develop Healthy Self Esteem?

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By Brianna Siciliano As children grow older, they become more and more observant. They listen to what other people around them––especially their peers––have to say. Kids pick up on all sorts of actions, beliefs, knowledge, and images, and unfortunately, sometimes these are not positive. How children feel about themselves can depend on many factors, including … Continued

11 Natural Ways To Get Rid Of Dandruff

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By: Krusha Vaiyda 1. ASPIRIN Keep flaking in check by crushing two aspirins to a fine powder and adding it to the normal amount of shampoo you use each time you wash your hair. Leave the mixture on your hair for 1-2 minutes, then rinse well and wash again with plain shampoo. 2. TEA TREE … Continued

Inside Gunther Publications: Meet Cami Gunther, Owner

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You may have read a great issue of The Family Times while looking for exciting new events to take the kids, or read an interesting health article written by a medical professional in Princeton’s Ask the Doctor. If these publications sound familiar to you, then you already know a bit about Gunther Publications! With four … Continued

Do’s and Don’ts of Dry Shampoo

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By Aleena McIlvaine Instead of throwing your hair in a bun or putting on an ever popular “dad hat” when you’re having a bad hair day, simply spritz a bit of dry shampoo throughout your roots, give it a little tousle, and be on with the rest of your day feeling confident. When it comes … Continued

Princeton Welcomes Santé Integrative Pharmacy

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  By: Susan Heckler Just a few months old, Santé Integrative Pharmacy is a full-service prescription & compounding pharmacy, which offers traditional & natural healthy living solutions. As with much of the health care industry, complementary medicine is being blended with traditional medicine with wonderful outcomes. This is the concept behind Santé Integrative Pharmacy at … Continued