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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Natural Perfumes: A Chemical-Free Fragrance Guide

August 14, 2014
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Cheeky

Perfumes often have such sweet, uplifting names…Happy, Heavenly, even Curious. That’s why it may come as a surprise that most mass-marketed fragrances are formulated with toxic chemicals—ingredients that give these fragrances staying power or mimic a natural scent. But these ingredients are also linked to a host of health troubles, from asthma to hormone...

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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

Boyonbeach

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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No Adults Allowed! Kid-Friendly Supplements

Classroom

Start those healthy habits early with a variety of supplements specially formulated with the vitamins and minerals necessary for healthy development for brain and body. With a new school year rapidly approaching, it’s all the more important to give them a nutritional edge for increased energy and strengthened immunity against the germs lurking in...

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Is it a Cold or Allergies?

July 28, 2014
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Is it a Cold or Allergies?

You have a runny nose, cough and congestion…but is it a cold or allergies? It’s a common question during summer, when pollen counts are high but colds are still going around. Allergies and colds share many of the same symptoms, but causes—and treatments—are different for the two. Allergies Allergies happen when the immune system...

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