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LMHS Youth Summer Camps Provide Education and Fun

LMHS Youth Summer Camps Provide Education and Fun

Each summer, Licking Memorial Health Systems (LMHS) medical professionals present several camps providing local youth the opportunity to learn about various health topics including asthma, cancer and diabetes, along with additional information concerning how to stay healthy.  The camps also provide an opportunity to participate in active play with other youth. Camp Feelin’ Fine In early June, Camp Feelin’ Fine …

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Wood Floors Are Healthy

Wood Floors Are Healthy

When shopping for Wood Floors, remember this is a life long product of natural beauty and durability. Other positive aspect of wood flooring: It’s affordability, easy to maintain, environmental soundness, and they are healthy for you, not to mention the wide variety and selection. From its sustainable source to its healthy qualities indoors, wood flooring makes a smart choice for …

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Your Resolution Starts Here

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Sleep Outfitters explores the importance of sleep in accomplishing goals By Adam Turner Though technically similar to any other day in the year, something feels different about January 1. Something special. It’s our opportunity to reflect on time passed, mark it moving forward, and find ways to grow from it. In life, the prospect of change, betterment, and progress is irresistible. …

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How To Prepare Your House For Sale

How To Prepare Your House For Sale

Prepping and staging a house. Every seller wants her home to sell fast and bring top dollar. Does that sound good to you? Well, it’s not luck that makes that happen. It’s careful planning and knowing how to professionally spruce up your home that will send home buyers scurrying for their checkbooks. Here is how to prep a house and …

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Delicious Reasons to Go Organic

Delicious Reasons to Go Organic

By Karina Hammer, Certified Holistic Wellness Coach Research has found that pesticides may cause cancer and diseases of the liver, kidney and blood. The body’s immune system must process pesticides; as more and more pesticides build up in our tissues, the immune system is compromised. And this sets the stage for additional pathogens and cancer-causing agents to diminish our health. When …

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Colorectal Cancer is Preventable, Treatable and Beatable

Colorectal Cancer is Preventable, Treatable and Beatable

Colon Cancer is often a silent disease that has no symptoms. On average, lifetime risk is one in twenty people will develop colon cancer. This is a cancer that is preventable. Beginning at age 50 (age 45 for African Americans according to American College of Gastroenterology), all men and women should be screened for colorectal cancer. The colorectal cancer screening …

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Spring Break Adventure or Staycation: Tips for a Terrific Time

Tips for a Terrific Time

By Susan Merrill A week with no school for the kids can be stressful! But it can also give you a great opportunity to enjoy some family fun. Here are six fun spring break ideas for the whole family. 1. Hit the beach! For a great many people, Spring Break = The Beach. For good reason. Winter has been cold …

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Practical Ways to Promote STEM Learning

Practical Ways to Promote STEM Learning

Source: Texas Instruments | elivingtoday.com Demand for workers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) careers continues to explode. Data from the U.S. Department of Education predicts that growth opportunities in these fields will increase 14 percent by 2020. One way to nurture kids’ long-term potential is to make learning STEM subjects fun, hands-on and interactive. Whether you’re looking for …

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Massage Therapist Settles Back Into Bexley  

Massage Therapist Settles Back Into Bexley

Brenda Brown isn’t your every day massage therapist. Her career history, including working at Ohio Health for 28 years, has been a major factor in the unique and customized treatments she provides for her clients.  She wants her clients to be their best both physically and mentally. Because of this philosophy, Brenda offers affordable health maintenance services that include weekly, monthly …

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5 Ways to Bridge the “Sex Gap”

5 Ways to Bridge the “Sex Gap”

By Susan Merrill Picture a bridge. You’re on one side; your husband is on the other. In the middle? The issue of sex. If you’re like me, you’ve probably been viewing his sexual need as mostly physical – important, yes, but probably also optional. By comparison, when you’ve been tugged on by little hands all day, your need for sleep …

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