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  • Fall Sale: Prevent Colds with Sinus Survival

    by Margo Gladding | October 15, 2018

    Even if you’ve been plagued by sinus conditions for ages, Sinus Survival is a program that can finally bring you serious, long-term relief. Sinus Survival products can also help with prevention of colds and sinusitis. Right now Village Green Apothecary is offering 20% off on Sinus Survival products and 25% off their bundles until Oct 27.

    We often think of sinus problems being at their worst in the spring and summer months, but did you know that winter can also be a difficult time for sinus sufferers? Winter brings cold temperatures and damp weather, and illnesses such as colds and the flu. Read more

  • Postpartum Blues

    by Paula Gallagher | October 10, 2018

    A friend of mine is a first-time mom and she reached out because she was struggling with emotions and feeling overwhelmed. She reminded me of myself 10 years ago. Almost 10 years ago, I had my son. He makes me laugh, keeps me busy and amazes me with his adventurous spirit and kind heart. But 10 years ago it was a different story. Everyone always told me that nothing could prepare one for life with a new baby, especially emotionally, and boy was that true. What surprised me the most was how truly hard everything seemed to be, and in reality it was. Luckily, I had a wonderful support system and a doctor who Read more

  • Sore Throat Remedies

    by Paula Gallagher | October 9, 2018

    Even after the handwashing, the healthy food, the immune supporting supplements... one of us seems to come down with something. Right now, it is a sore throat (strep throat?), fever and a tummy ache. It is most likely a virus, so we wait and rest and do lots of healing things to try to feel better.

    Here are a few soothing sore throat remedies to try to help you and your loved ones ease the pain of a sore throat.

    Salt water gargle: Studies have shown that gargling with salt water can help ease the pain and discomfort associated with a sore throat. Read more

  • Three Ways to Reduce Breast Cancer Risk

    by Neal Barnard, MD, FACC | October 8, 2018

    Guest post by Lee Crosby, R.D.

    My doctor found some suspicious spots in my left breast in 2010. A biopsy showed they weren’t cancer, but that I had a higher risk for cancer down the road. My doctor also found a “thickened” area in my right breast she wanted to keep an eye on.

    I was only 30 years old, so that got my attention! I was determined to do everything I could to reduce my future risk. No eating pattern gives 100% protection against cancer. However, I was impressed by research showing that plant-based diets cut cancer risk. I also took up exercise. And all was well for many months. Read more

  • Snack Today: Chocolate Cranberry Cookies

    by Paula Gallagher | October 3, 2018

    Sometimes I just need something to ease the sweet tooth craving. This recipe does that. It also is a gluten-free, egg-free, dairy-free and nut-free cookie, perfect for serving at a dinner party where you may have guests with different food allergies or sensitivities, and safe to throw in your kid's lunch for school.

    Although this is a cookie, the cranberries and dark chocolate give this recipe a bit of a nutritional boost. Packed with antioxidants and nutrients, the cranberry really is a super food. Cranberries contain phenolic antioxidants that keep bacteria from sticking to cells in the urinary tract, helping prevent infections. Read more

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