I’ve been curious as to why crystals are so popular today. Like many, I appreciate the beauty of a crystal or gemstone, especially as wearable art.
Crystals are nothing new of course - they date back thousands of years and are an intricate part of many
Vitamin B12 is a big player when it comes to our health. It is needed daily for every cell in our body, for metabolism and DNA synthesis. When it comes to our brain function as well as red blood cell functioning, it's arguably our most
[spacer height="20px"]Ever take a prescribed sleeping pill to help fall asleep? If so you are like almost 9 million Americans who take one of several prescription sleeping aids. Chances are that if you don't feel drowsy in the morning then you're likely to keep using
[spacer height="20px"]I’m always looking for the latest research on Alzheimer’s, because it is a debilitating and progressive form of dementia, and there is still so much we don’t know about it!
[spacer height="20px"]A very interesting study just came out looking at people’s history of physical and
[spacer height="20px"]Our BRAINS are what we eat, drink and play at!
[spacer height="20px"]What we put into our bodies and how physically active we are isn't just key to physical health and longevity.
[spacer height="20px"]It's key to staving off dementia and keeping sharp well into the senior years. What
[spacer height="20px"]What exactly is passive aggressive behavior? Is someone around you like this? Are you?
[spacer height="20px"]Not addressing directly a person or situation that bothers you leads to build up of negative energy. Maybe that knot in your neck gets worse.
[spacer height="20px"]Maybe you can't sleep that
[spacer height="20px"]That seems like a lot to me. More and more working Americans are falling into major depression. The fact is that anti-depressants are the most prescribed medication in our country.
[spacer height="20px"]What are companies doing about?
[spacer height="20px"]How productive can we be at work if we