Sage Advice

October 31, 2013

Most of us connect the sweet, woody aroma of sage with Thanksgyiving meals and the warm glow of feasts shared with family and friends, but this traditionally American herb's use should go beyond that of an annual seasoning in our holiday turkey

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Depression and Vitamin D

October 25, 2012

Vitamin D is called the sunshine vitamin because our bodies produce it when exposed to sunlight. Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to numerous illnesses and conditions, from heart disease and diabetes to softening of the bones and certain types of cancer. Recently new research has indicated that it may protect against and reduce depression.

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This Week with Peter Nielsen

August 23, 2012

Almost everyone experiences occasional feelings of depression. These feelings usually pass after a short period of time,but for an estimated one in ten adults in the United states depression continues for months or even years.

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Handling Holiday Stress

December 01, 2011

All the parties, shopping, baking, and entertaining added on to an already busy lifestyle can wear you down. You can minimize the stress that accompanies the holidays and enjoy them more than ever!

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