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Is Your Pet Trying To Tell You Something?

When we’re in pain, we can usually identify what hurts and how to treat it. Pets try to tell us when they’re hurting too, but it isn’t always easy for us to pinpoint what’s wrong. If you’re seeing signs of discomfort in your dog or cat, manipulation of the pet’s spine by a licensed chiropractor can help the body heal.

Moisturize Dry Skin Naturally

We get so bombarded with advertising—especially when it comes to beauty products—that it’s challenging to decipher which ingredients our skin really needs to look and stay healthy.

Fall for Herbal Tea

This fall, use your tea breaks to bolster immunity! 

Smart Tips for Healthy Brains

You’ve just read something about healthy brains, but can’t remember where? Join the ranks of overstressed and distracted citizens whose heads are on overload, to the point where memory is . . . well . . . a distant memory.  

10 Tips That Will Help Your Body Absorb Vitamins

BY ALLISON STOWELL, MS, RD, CDN OF GUIDINGSTARS.COM

1. Fat-Soluble vs. Water-Soluble

Energize!

By: Maria Noel Groves

Let’s face it: No matter how good (or bad) your energy levels are, you always wish you had a bit more pep.

Tail Wagger

By: Alan Siddal

When we’re in pain, we can usually identify what hurts and how to treat it. Pets try to tell us when they’re hurting too, but it isn’t always easy for us to pinpoint what’s wrong. If you’re seeing signs of discomfort in your dog or cat, manipulation of the pet’s spine by a licensed chiropractor can help the body heal.

Healing with Reiki

Reiki (pronounced RAY-kee) is a safe, gentle, and nonintrusive healing technique. It was developed by a Japanese Buddhist priest, Mikao Usui, who brought it to thousands of students and eventually opened a Reiki clinic in Tokyo in 1922. Reiki was once taught as a part of ancient Buddhist philosophy and while Reiki is spiritual in nature, it is not a religion.

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Paris, TX 75460
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