Your Health During and After Daylight Savings Time

Posted on January 5, 2019

Daylight Saving Time (DST) is the practice of setting the clocks an hour ahead of the standard time. The change, which moves an hour of natural daylight from the morning to the evening, costs millions of Americans an extra 60 minutes of sleep throughout spring and summer. Unfortunately, the time change may do more harm […]

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What Is Homeopathy?

Posted on December 11, 2018

Homeopathy is a medical system that is based on the belief that the body can cure itself. Tiny amounts of natural substances such as plants and minerals are used that they believe will stimulate the healing process. In the 1700’s in Germany, this belief was developed and is common in many European countries. It is […]

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Workplace Bullying

Posted on July 26, 2018

There are many forms of bullying in the workplace, whether it happens to be a co-worker who “forgets” to share important information, a clique that spreads gossip or even a boss who humiliates subordinates. These are all definitions of a hostile work environment that no one should have to be subjected to. Intimidation, threats and […]

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Facebook Lurking

Posted on July 5, 2018

Are you a lurker?  Well, every month about 1.65 billion people are actively using the social media site Facebook.  Each user is spending about 50 minutes using the site each day, which is really more time than you realize and more than on any other leisure activity except for TV watching.  On the average the […]

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Are you grounded?

Are you Grounded?

Posted on June 28, 2016

  Are you running around crazy half the time?  In today’s fast-paced living, we all tend to miss that connection that is most important to our sustained energy and physical well-being.  You must feel like your feet are resting on the earth and you are receiving energy from the earth.  If you are grounded, you […]

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Increasing Depression Can Predict Higher Dementia Risk

Posted on June 1, 2016

Early stages of dementia may be indicated when symptoms of depression steadily increase in older adults, as indicated in a study linking dementia and depression.  This report was published in The Lancet Psychiatry Journal. Those diagnosed with dementia commonly show symptoms of depression.  Some might experience depressive symptoms only transiently, followed by full remission while […]

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Some of the Top Stressors at Work

Posted on November 3, 2014

Some of the Top Stressors at Work We spend most of our waking hours at work – so what are some of the stressors we need to be aware of? Work eats up most of our weekdays, at the minimum, 8 productive hours each day or at least 1/3rd of our daily schedule, while for […]

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Get Your Anger under Control

Posted on December 23, 2013

Get Your Anger under Control We get angry and it is only normal. But if you get mad for simple or wrong reasons or if you flare up every minute or every day, something is wrong with you. You are wasting your emotions, you are hurting the people around you, and you are making your […]

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Ways to Fight Depression without Medication

Posted on December 2, 2013

You feel alone and empty. You think your life is miserable and you blame your current issues (like the loss of a loved one) for it. But why allow yourself to live with downheartedness when you can search for solutions to fight it? Before your condition becomes full-blown depression, it’s time to work on some […]

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Winter Health Conditions to Look Out for This Season

Posted on November 6, 2013

Winter Health Conditions to Look Out for This Season Keep an eye out for these winter health conditions that befall so many unknowing individuals. Learn what to do to prevent getting sick before the year ends. While most people welcome the winter season with open hearts, there are an unfortunate few who develop certain conditions […]

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Dr. Fredda Branyon