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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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Monkeypox – What Should I Know?

  With over 17,000 people in the United States now having been infected, overall case counts are starting to decrease over the last few weeks.  While monkeypox can affect anyone, the risk of contracting monkeypox in the general

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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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