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Stress and Your DNA

How mindfulness at work may alter your gene expression. By Parneet Pal  | February 29, 2016 Getting your finger pricked at work for a blood sample is not something you’d expect elite advertising execs to agree to. But, on a warm July day in 2015, fifteen members of a premier advertising agency in San Francisco interrupted their busy schedules and…
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10 Strategies to Reverse Autoimmune Disease

10 Strategies to Reverse Autoimmune Disease Autoimmune diseases, when taken all together, become a HUGE health burden. Among these are rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, multiple sclerosis, psoriasis, Celiac disease, and thyroid disease. In fact, over 80 diseases have been classified as autoimmune and the list is growing. Autoimmune disease now affects over 24 million Americans and five percent…
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wellness programs not enough for employers

North Carolina employers increasingly want their workers to prove they are actually getting healthier to receive a health insurance financial benefit, not just participating in a wellness program to check a box. According to the latest N.C. Healthcare Benefits and Cost survey, published by consultants Hill, Chesson & Woody, nearly 40 percent of North Carolina employers have implemented…
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3 reasons you feel stuck and how to break free

Feeling stuck is one of life’s most difficult yet most common experiences. You want to move forward but feel blocked at every step. Your mind is filled with confusion and inner conflict while your body signals its discomfort with symptoms such as muscle tension, headaches, nausea, and fatigue. Your desires are thwarted and you experience…
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Patient Bill of Rights

The Patient’s Bill of Rights As an individual, you have: The right to person-centered care. The right to receive health care that addresses the wholeness of who you are — body, mind and spirit in the context of community. The right to a health care system that focuses on prevention and wellness. The right to…
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