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Our Project Wellness blog offers a wide range of natural health information, from brain health tips to weight loss help to the best all-natural products and homeopathic remedies. Our wealth of natural health information can be helpful for anyone who is interested in an integrative approach to their health, and who wants suggestions on common natural remedies for certain health conditions. We will continue to fill the blog with the latest natural health news and information about relevant medical studies. Let the experts at Pharmaca serve as your one-stop shop for the most up-to-date information in the world of natural health. Project Wellness is working hard to be the best online source for all your natural health news and information.

Wedding Beauty Countdown: 6 Months to Perfect Skin, Hair & Nails

December 1, 2014
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’ve got the venue, photographer and dress all set, but don’t forget that glowing skin and shiny hair need advance planning, too. With wedding season just months away, here’s what to get started on now to get ready the big day. 6 months: Get your hair and nails in shape Now’s the time to...

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Simple Steps to a Less Stressful Holiday

November 20, 2014
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Beautiful woman doing meditation.

Don’t let your holiday to-do list take away from the joys of the season! Integrate a few simple practices into your day to ensure you stress less, stay healthy and feel rested. Take a few moments for yourself. Whether it’s a luxurious bath or just a quick nap, boost your relaxation quotient by setting...

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Prevent Respiratory Infection: Build Immunity Now!

September 18, 2014
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Prevent Respiratory Infection: Build Immunity Now!

Seasons are shifting, school has started and germs are making their way around! The Centers For Disease Control (CDC) estimates 10-15 million viral respiratory infections affect Americans each year, with the season peaking in September and October. This year, a normally quiet virus strain—Enterovirus D68 (aka EV-D68)—has made headlines because it has caused the...

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Superfood vs. Powerhouse Food: Why They’re Not the Same Thing

September 11, 2014
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We’ve been hearing about superfoods and superfruits for awhile—by now we know to stock up on kale and goji berries. Though these “super” labels are used often, many of them can be gimmicky catchphrases that don’t have real scientific basis. Until now. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recently developed a scientific classification scheme...

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Hypothyroidism: Your Questions Answered

September 8, 2014
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Hypothyroidism: Your Questions Answered

Got the blues or serious fatigue? Feeling weak and having difficulty losing weight? It could be a sign that your thyroid gland isn’t functioning properly. Read on to learn more about hypothyroidism and how it could be affecting you. What is the thyroid gland and why does it matter? The thyroid is a small...

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Good Women’s Health at Any Age

September 4, 2014
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Good Women’s Health at Any Age

Our health concerns change with each passing decade. The fact is, the older we get the more important it is to pay attention to our health. To address some of women’s most common issues, we turned to China Rose Zamora, nutritional therapist and herbalist at our Napa, Calif. store. Age: 20s; Concern: Good skin...

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Hormones: A Delicate Balance

September 2, 2014
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Hormones: A Delicate Balance

Hormones can be the cause of a variety of health concerns—from teen acne to mood swings to, eventually, hot flashes. And they can get out of balance for a variety of reasons, says Rebecca Phillips, doctor of chiropracty at our Albuquerque store. Fortunately there are solutions for bringing them back to the right levels,...

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Coffee: Is it Really Good For Us?

August 22, 2014
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Young woman drinking tea at home

For coffee drinkers, nothing beats the aroma and taste of a freshly brewed cuppa. Considering so many of us start the day with a cup or two, here are a few things to know about whether to imbibe or abstain? It’s full of antioxidants and nutrients. Coffee is a pretty complex drink, as it’s...

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Q & A: Good Breast Health

August 11, 2014
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Q & A: Good Breast Health

At what age should I begin being concerned about breast health?  Optimally, we would teach our young girls to be aware of the importance of diet and exercise on breast health for the future. It’s also important to start early because certain foods, such as soy foods, can improve breast cell differentiation in pre-puberty...

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Essential Herbs for Summer First Aid

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Summer’s not over yet…and neither are our outdoor activities! To get some insight into unique herbal remedies for the bumps and bruises, stings and scrapes that come with outdoor fun, we turned to Dr. Tieraona Low Dog, MD, and member of Pharmaca’s Integrative Health Advisory Board. What should I stock in my herbal first...

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