Cold, flu, or allergy?

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Know the Difference for Best Treatment Each year, millions of Americans suffer from one or more episodes of the common cold, flu, or allergies. If you have a runny nose, a stuffy head, and generally feel under the weather, how do you know whether it’s allergies making you feel miserable, a cold, or the more … Continued

Say NO to the Cheese

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By, Nicole Iuzzolino Camembert, mascarpone, provolone, pepper jack and all the other chees- es you can think of have two things in common. They are extremely deli- cious and could be dangerous to your health. Healthline.com states that, ̈…you’re getting about 100 calories per ounce and about 6 to 9 grams of fat… ̈. It … Continued

Raising awareness about breast cancer

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By YMCA of Western Monmouth County October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and the Y is reminding all women in the community of the importance of having an annual mammogram and talking to your doctor about the proper method of self-examination to increase the chances of early detection. Getting screened for breast cancer is one … Continued

Teeth Tamers Orthodontics

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Why should I choose early orthodontic treatment for my child with a palate expander? As Palatal expanders are often placed while a child is still growing. They are used to widen the upper jaw so that the upper teeth fit properly together out and over the lower teeth. Underdeveloped growth or narrowing of the upper … Continued

The Teal Tea Foundation

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The Teal Tea Foundation Spreads Ovarian Cancer Awareness One Fundraiser at a Time By Abigail Urban Have you ever spotted teal ribbons tied around trees in your local town during September? These decorations might have been placed by the Teal Tea Foundation, whish is a foundation that raises awareness of ovarian cancer and raises money … Continued

Spirit Week! with Dimensions Reiki

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Dimensions Reiki brings you up close and personal with Spirit in October! Halloween is coming fast, and Dimensions is ready to show you the REAL THING this month! Beginning our own celebrations last month, we were excited to join the gifted group of psychic readers and energy healers on September 23rd at the Thomas Baird … Continued

Bad Sugars are Addicting

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By Gabriella Mancuso   Sugar is one of the most controversial food products since its creation. A little more than a century ago sugar was believed to be an extreme source of energy. The people who believed this were not wrong, however there were and still are many other side effects to the consumption of … Continued

Raising awareness about breast cancer

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By YMCA of Western Monmouth County October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and the Y is reminding all women in the community of the importance of having an annual mammogram and talking to your doctor about the proper method of self-examination to increase the chances of early detection. Getting screened for breast cancer is one … Continued

Scale Stepping

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By Lauren Kolacki As a woman, society creates this envision of who we should or should not be. They expect us to look, act and work in a certain way and beat us down for not complying. One thing the media really emphasizes is the way a woman’s body should look. From magazine covers and … Continued