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Teresa Peterson is a practitioner of Bowenwork, a healing path which integrates the whole body and restores balance.  Peterson has a diverse professional background. She believes in giving back as an essential part of running a business and does this in several ways.  She told Flagstaff Business News about the rewarding career she created for […]

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What is Up with Testosterone?

It’s no longer a secret that an adult man’s testosterone levels decline with age. This natural process, called male menopause or andropause, has gotten recent press with the advent of erectile dysfunction drugs like Viagra and Proscar. The billions of dollars these drugs have generated for pharmaceutical companies demonstrates that men are clearly looking for […]

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Taking Three Steps for Healthy Weight Loss

Surely many of you have declared 2012 the year to make the change and drop some weight. You will find no shortage of opinions and resources available to you claiming quick results with minimal effort on your behalf. But what truly is the best way to lose weight? Just like most issues in medicine, the […]

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Holiday Gift Idea: Heal Thyself

The air is crisp, the leaves have turned and the holidays are rapidly approaching. With the social season now upon us, schedules are packed with personal commitments, including holiday celebrations, dinners, weddings, events, vacations, etc. Add in your everyday life to deal with: work, errands, chores, etc., and you may feel like your sanity and […]

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Poor Henry’s Founders Return to Salon

After a brief reprieve in the Trinity mountains of California, Diana Owens and her daughter, Leah McCabe have re-purchased Poor Henry’s Salon and redefined their services now offering precision hair styling, hair color, facials  and Brazilian hair removal for body and eyebrow reshaping. “The Trinity mountain’s were beautiful but didn’t offer any business opportunities,” says […]

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New Thinking on Heart Disease Prevention

Heart disease is the number one cause of death in the United States. There is a growing body of research demonstrating that cholesterol levels are no longer the best indicator of a person’s risk for a heart attack or stroke. In fact, half of the people who suffer a heart attack have completely normal cholesterol […]

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