Surprising Findings for Infants at Risk for Peanut Allergies

July 29th, 2015

Does early introduction of peanut products reduce the incidence of peanut allergy? By Dr. Craig Osleeb Peanut allergy is a major problem. It is currently one of the 6 most common causes of food allergy in childhood. The prevalence of peanut allergy has risen over the past decade and currently affects approximately 1.4% of the […]

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Ready to Run

July 22nd, 2015

Ready to Run: Simple Stretches to Stave Off Injury By Dennis McGovern Each year, more and more people are inspired to start their own running program. Running provides both physical and mental benefits, the only equipment required is a pair of running shoes and you can do it anywhere. I’m a big fan of setting fitness […]

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Organic, Natural, Local, Grass-fed: What does it all mean?

July 20th, 2015

Decoding Sustainable Foods By Amy Rosenfeld In our efforts to be healthy and mindful when choosing the foods we eat, we often come across many environmental food terms including local, grass-fed, organic, etc. But what do all these labels mean? Food grown or raised in an ecologically and ethically responsible manner, where the environment is […]

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