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Can You Have It All By Applying Feng Shui?

It doesn’t matter how you look at it because you cannot divide the 9 Feng Shui areas of your life equally nor have it all equally. The good news is, you still can have a well-balanced life when you apply the 6,000 year old science, in the traditional and old fashioned way. All of us have […]

Our last article covered a quick, simple workout to banish belly fat. But ultimately, your diet is the largest contributor to that extra weight around your midline. First, you can always tell in my body when I’m not eating right. I am the classic apple shape. The first place I gain weight is in my […]

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One of the biggest struggles of most Americans is a fight with belly fat. Abdominal fat is the most dangerous type of body fat, as it is the fat that surrounds our organs. Ultimately, there are two real reasons we have belly fat. One, our workout routine. Two, our dietary choices. Today we are going to cover […]

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Preventing cavities is the main goal of every parent with their regard to their children’s teeth. Parents are aware that regular brushing, a healthy diet, and routine dental visits are some of the best ways to decrease the number of cavities our kids may get. The surprising statistics actually show that over 40% of children […]

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Free to Breathe 5K Run/Walk on August 9 to Fund Research and Double Survival The lung cancer community is on a mission: to make surviving lung cancer the expectation, not the exception. Hundreds of local residents will join in that mission by participating in the San Diego Free to Breathe 5K Run/Walk on Sunday, August […]

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High temperatures predicted for San Diego through the weekend are potentially dangerous or even deadly for pets. Rancho Coastal Humane Society spokesman John Van Zante says, “Normally we give this warning in July or August, but predicted high temperatures through the weekend can be hazardous or even deadly for pets, kids, and seniors and many […]

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Well, summer is officially here!  Memorial Day has passed and Carmel Valley families are gearing up for summer camps, family vacations, and time at home with the kids! To kick off the summer, Fit in 60 Pilates and Barre is SUPER excited to offer our first Party at the Barre Live DJ Barre Class! On […]

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Is it Strep, is it allergies or is it just a sore throat? How many times do we pediatricians hear this complaint? Even for us in the medical field it is not an exact science to diagnose a strep throat. Many factors are taken into account when a sick child presents with a sore throat. […]

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Just about a year ago, my husband met a doctor and research scientist who was investigating ways to reduce inflammation, improve skin conditions, and make us healthier.  Do you know what he said was the inexpensive, simple solution to many of our health challenges????  Coconut oil! Coconut oil has so many different uses, honestly more […]

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Ambivalence – The state of having mixed feelings or contradictory ideas about something or someone. Many of you want to eat better, make smarter choices, improve your health, lose weight, exercise more, feel better….yet you cannot seem to put one foot in front of the other to create the change. You say “yes” but your actions […]

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Whether practicing feng shui as a beginner, or an expert, we find it quite evident that homes do have energy. As soon as we enter someone’s home, we know whether it has “good” or “bad” energy. As a Real Estate Broker for nearly 30 years, I have entered thousands of homes, and have experienced that […]

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  Dr. Steve Ronco of Torrey Hills Chiropractic will launch the first of ten lectures relating to achieving and maintaining everyday wellness on Tuesday, April 28, 2015,  from  6  to 7 p.m. at Crust, an upscale restaurant located at 4653 Carmel Mountain Road, San Diego, CA  92130 in the Torrey Hills Shopping Center.  The initial […]

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