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ood health is something one has to continu-
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ally work at. Without it, just about everything else in one’s life becomes
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With that in mind, we’re pleased to bring you our first Integrative Health issue
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this month. It’s a huge topic, and while we always have content related to this
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theme, this month’s magazine contains some insight on the future of health care,
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We follow that with an article on Anti-Aging that introduces several important Editorial and Layout Team
breakthroughs for which you will want to watch. Aging, of course, is something
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we all experience, so knowing ways to soften the blow of that process, so to
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speak, is something in which everyone should be interested.
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One local article in particular is a follow-up to a piece we published in Novem-
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ber. This month, we bring you more detailed information on Silver Linings, the
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Beaumont Hospitals program for cancer survivors that was mentioned in that Jerry Neale
November piece. It’s timely and fits well with our theme this month. We hope you
all benefit.
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There’s lots more on the subject of keeping healthy this month, as well as
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information on environmentally friendly living, our companion theme.
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Also, to celebrate National Yoga Day on January 23rd, we’ve created a sec-
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some local yoga resources. This includes local events taking place on National
Yoga Day that you can attend.
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on a huge day. We hope to see you all there, whether you attend as visitor or
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In February, watch for another new main theme: Laughter and Happiness.
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We’re confident that most have heard how laughter and happiness contribute to
not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent
any disease. Always seek the advice of your
one’s health. Watch for February’s issue and learn more about this truly natural
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(and enjoyable) remedy.
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Happy New Year to all of you–our valued readers, advertisers and the busi-
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