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Favorite Fall Recipes

  Fall is the season of abundance and cooking with your family and friends is a great way to cultivate joy and spice (pumpkin spice) in your kitchen. These are two favorites in our house: Mulled Apple Cider

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12 Tips for Teaching Children Gratitude

By: Kathleen Berchelmann, MD, FAAP  (Adapted from healthychildren.org) Tired of bickering, jealousy, and selfishness? Kids are naturally materialistic and self-serving– but the good news is that gratitude can be taught. And from gratitude flows joy. Teaching Children Gratitude

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What is Osteoporosis and Osteopenia?

In today’s blog I want to address a problem that affects about 54 million of our fellow Americans. Non-Hispanic White and Asian American women make up the bulk of that number. Amongst men Non-Hispanic White men are more

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