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Melanie Albert
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Super Simple Recipes for Bone Health

When we think about nutrients essential to bone health, we think about calcium, magnesium, boron, potassium, copper, manganese, zinc, Vitamin K, C, D, E, folic acid, sulfur rich foods, amino acids and protein. Click here for the full article.
Becky Campos
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Give Yourself the Gift of Health

What is the one gift that you can give to yourself this Christmas that will also give to others? The answer is simple; your health. What ever happens to you also happens to those you love and those who love you. Your health or lack of health is experienced in one way or another by those in the sphere of your life. The gift of my health is the greatest gift I can give to my husband, children and grand children. Imagine for a moment the drama and trauma our family endured when my sister, mother and I were diagnosed with cancer in a span of two years time. For each individual that is diagnosed or living with a health condition that disrupts their life there are parents, children, siblings, friends, congregations and long distant families who are affected by the drama and trauma of one persons unfortunate health crisis. When I reclaimed my health from twelve years of chronic illness that culminated with breast cancer I also reclaimed my life and my family reclaimed rest in their souls from watching me suffer. Click here for the full article.
Olga Zlotnik
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Bankruptcy

If you are feeling overwhelmed with debt and need peace of mind, please contact me for a FREE bankruptcy consultation at 480-788-7011 or info@olgazlotniklaw.com, www.olgazlotniklaw.com Click here for the full article.
Becky Campos
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Mastering The Law of Nutrition

A lack of nutrition doesn’t necessarily mean a lack of food. In America we have an abundance of food and eat more than what is necessary to sustain life. Yet in most American households our foods are void of nutrition. The following four critical health thinking skills made all the difference in the world in my.... Click here for the full article.
Jodie Heisner
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5 Mistakes to Avoid During a TV Interview

A television interview can be a great thing for your business and image or it can make you a laughing stock. Here are a few mistakes you don’t want to make during your next appearance. Click here for the full article.
Olga Zlotnik
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Financial Trouble can Happen to Anyone

When people are being hounded by creditors and going through tough financial times, they come to me for help. In listening to, advocating for, and helping my clients, I have had the privilege of learning some financial do’s and don’ts. Click here for the full article.
Becky Campos
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Mastering The Law of Nutrition

A lack of nutrition doesn’t necessarily mean a lack of food. In America we have an abundance of food and eat more than what is necessary to sustain life. Yet in most American households our foods are void of nutrition. The following four critical health thinking skills made all the difference in the world in my.... Click here for the full article.
Olga Zlotnik
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Credit Card Debt

When people are being hounded by creditors and going through tough financial times, they come to me for help. Click here for the full article.
Discover the Region
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Names on a Memorial

Like all language, organized information can be persuasive. It “directs our thinking,” as biologist Stephen Jay Gould wrote about classification. Names on memorials are examples of organized information where arrangement defines a visitor’s experience. The thoughtful chronology of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial builds a space for individual remembrance. A World War I memorial does the same, but with a different arrangement strategy, reflecting the difference in the two wars. In contrast, the random arrangement proposed for the World Trade Center memorial almost derailed the project. Yet, in another context, random builds community at the Memorial Temples of Burning Man. Click here for the full article.