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The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a physical toll on many people, with some still dealing with symptoms many months after their infection.

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Have you ever gotten into an argument with your child that might have started with a simple request but escalated into a a back-and-forth exchange of disrespectful comments leaving you feeling hurt and disappointed?

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It never ceases to amaze me what an amazing and complicated thing a community is — always changing and interconnected. When there are issues, solutions rarely come down to one intervention or agency. Maybe it is because we are in the middle of various needs assessments or dealing with the ne…

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Over the years I have learned to savor the short summers we have here in the valley. But as a former midwesterner, I miss the long season of succulent produce.

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With so many things flying around social media and the news it is hard to know the truth about the COVID-19 vaccine. Is it safe for our kids? Is it necessary? What kids can and should get it? Where do they get it?

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Scrolling through my Facebook feed, I recently read a post by an over-50 woman lamenting that she could no longer eat pasta. Dozens of women commented below, offering low-carb recipe substitutions, commiserating with her on the unwelcome midlife “muffin top.”

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Blood sugar disorders inhibit blood flow to the brain. Low or high blood sugar also contributes to inflammation in the brain. Neurotransmitters like serotonin, dopamine, melatonin, and GABA that help you feel good and sleep well are sabotaged by poor blood sugar balance.

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One positive thing that has come out of the pandemic: Not only are we more OK with being not OK, but we are also taking time to reconnect with others and have real conversations.

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A healthy body sleeps well. If you have trouble sleeping, it’s a sign that your body isn’t healthy. Even if you feel healthy. Even if you live a healthy lifestyle.

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Trauma has been a much talked about issue in the field of mental health over the past several years. Trauma has become an important part of understanding the impact of events on our development and daily functioning. While June is recognized as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Awareness Month,…

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While this pandemic has been devastating in so many ways there is one positive that has come out of it. More people are talking about mental health.

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As we roll toward the long days of summer it might be nice to have an extra jolt of energy. Would you be surprised to know that your favorite get-up-and-go beverage not only allows you to enjoy these extra daylight hours but also may help you live longer and better?