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5 Financial Planning Mistakes to Avoid

Financial Planning Mistakes

Provided By: Stephen Sharpe, Northwestern Mutual We all have goals and dreams for the future. Whether you want to buy your first home, or are planning to open your own business, money is probably one of your primary considerations. This is just one reason why you need to create and …

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Take your Life BACK from Spinal Arthritis

Take your Life BACK from Spinal Arthritis

New Technology to Repair Damage and Degeneration of the Spine The spine is a part of our bodies that many of us take for granted. Until we experience pain or have problems getting out of bed, we go through our lives using and abusing our spine. Once you experience pain …

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Aging Doesn’t Have To Be Scary

Aging Doesn’t Have To Be Scary By Denise Pott, LCSW - Assistance Home Care

By Denise Pott, LCSW – Assistance Home Care There’s no question that aging brings about many changes.  While not all of these changes are something that we look forward to, there are some that are positive; things such as welcoming grand-children, retirement from work, the opportunity to travel or engage …

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Depression Can Be Treated

Depression Can Be Treated

While mental health conditions such as depression are common, they are treatable and individuals can go on to recover and lead full and productive lives. Symptoms of Clinical Depression Persistent sad, anxious or “empty” mood Sleeping too much or too little, middle of the night or early morning waking Reduced …

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Sleep Disorders in Children

Sleep Disorders in Children

By Dr. F. Jay Ohmes DDS, FAGD, LVIF, FIAPA Is your child having trouble sleeping? We all know that restful sleep is necessary to heal and repair the body.  But recent health reports suggest that many children in the U.S. are chronically sleep deprived.  For instance, in a National Sleep …

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Roadmap to Health

Roadmap to Health

By Jean Huelsing RN (Founder of Camp Jump Start®) Thirteen year old Daniel’s four weeks at Camp Jump Start have turned into much more than the pounds and inches he lost. They have turned into a roadmap to better health for Daniel and his entire family. In his four week …

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LOVE ONE ANOTHER

LOVE ONE ANOTHER

With Valentine’s Day approaching, I started thinking about the word ‘love’ in our world today and what it means in the church. What does the word love mean? Is it a warm fuzzy feeling towards others? Maybe that’s too generic…. What does Christian love really mean? Is it perhaps a …

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Care for the Caregiver

Care for the Caregiver

By Denise Pott, LCSW – Assistance Home Care Anyone who has been a caregiver can tell you that it’s not an easy job. Caregiving can be both physically demanding and emotionally draining; caregivers can easily become overwhelmed. When a caregiver is stressed they may become less effective, creating a situation …

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