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    Dr. Harmony Notes

    Online dating can be a fun and certainly a rewarding experience for anyone who desires to meet people outside of their immediate human network. Maintaining your safety while doing it is simply a combination of using common sense and exercising good judgment. Over the last decade, social media, in all of its forms, has become […] More

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    From the Metagenics Labs: Sleep Apnea

    Do you have difficulty breathing during sleep? Perhaps you don’t know the extent of the issue—you’re asleep, after all. But if you experience frequent nocturnal breathing disruptions, you could suffer from sleep apnea. This sleep disorder often goes undiagnosed and affects more than 18 million adults in the United States.1 What is sleep apnea? There […] More

  • From the Labs of Metagenics: Meditation

    Meditation Tips for Beginners—Five Powerful Reasons for Starting a Regular Practice of Meditation If someone asked what image comes to mind when you hear the word “meditation,” do you picture an exotic scene with monks in saffron robes, sitting silently within temple walls, eyes closed, and faces serene? Although meditation remains a vital part of […] More

  • Harmony Professional Spotlight

    The purpose of this blog is two-fold. I’m going to be raising awareness about acupuncture and wellness through the description of some of the herbs and formulas that are effective for just about everything you can think of. I will also be describing techniques used in acupuncture and points that are used and why they […] More

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    Sexual Assault in the United States One in five women and one in 71 men will be raped at some point in their lives (a) In the U.S., one in three women and one in six men experienced some form of contact sexual violence in their lifetime (o) 51.1% of female victims of rape reported being raped […] More

  • Self Soothing Tip #1

    The Science behind Weighted Blanket Benefits Weighted blankets have been used in the scientific health and occupational therapy space for over a decade. Studies published in peer-reviewed journals date back to 2008 from a wide range of researchers: neuroscience, bio-engineering, physiology, behavioral health and occupational therapy. The findings are very promising and speak to the […] More

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