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5 Tips On Overeating During the Holidays

5 Tips on Overeating during the Holidays

Here’s 5 tips on overeating during the holiday season you may find helpful. Moderation We all know how the saying goes – enjoy everything in moderation, but that seems to get tossed out during the holidays especially when it comes to food. Don’t try to deprive yourself during the holidays, it most likely won’t go […]

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Mental Chatter and Obsessive Eating

Mental Chatter and Obsessive Eating

What do I mean by mental chatter and obsessive eating? Your mind is always racing. You feel busy in your head with all that mental chatter. Your head is full of lots of thoughts swirling around. There are so many things to do but so little time. You’re so busy constantly brainstorming and planning. You’re […]

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how to stay smoke free

How to Stay Smoke-Free

Ever Thought about How to Stay Smoke-Free? So you’ve quit smoking, or you’re trying. How long you will last. Either way, quitting is not easy. Staying smoke-free in the long term is even harder. You may have periods of time when you’re feeling confident and a cigarette is the last thing on your mind, or […]

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5 tips for diabetes support

5 Tips for Diabetes Support

5 Tips for Diabetes Support There are about 29 million people in the United States who suffer from type 2 diabetes, a disease that is highly preventable and also becoming increasingly common. You should be aware that diabetes can be managed and prevented with natural lifestyle changes. #1 Aim for a healthy weight Excess weight […]

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Overcoming depression

Battling Depression

The Struggles of Battling Depression One of the most common frustrations for those suffering from depression is the lack of motivation to do regular daily activities, an inability to find enjoyment and an overwhelming amount of negative thoughts. Depression cannot be simply cured by “mind over matter”, but that does not mean it can’t be […]

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AOM Day 2015

Why Try Acupuncture on AOM Day

Why You Should Try Acupuncture on AOM Day There’s no better time than Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Day (AOM) for newcomers to try the 3,000-year-old Chinese practice of acupuncture. Observed annually on October 24 (Offering FREE Mini Stress Reduction Treatments here at the clinic on Thurs., Oct 22nd), AOM Day is designed to raise awareness […]

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Top 10 Reasons to Try Acupuncture

Acupuncture Stimulates Natural Healing Abilities

As a holistic medicine, acupuncture stimulates natural healing abilities. There is a bit of confusion when thinking acupuncture claims to cure many different health problems. It’s inaccurate to think acupuncture claims to cure anything. Acupuncture is a therapy that stimulates the body’s natural ability to heal. The body has the ability to heal itself. Imbalances […]

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AOM Day 2015

Celebrate AOM Day! Oct. 22nd

Celebrating AOM Day! Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine Day on Oct. 22nd! Thursday Oct. 22, 2015   –      9AM – 12 AM and 4:30PM to 6PM Offering a FREE Stress Reduction Treatment ($20 value) AOM Day is observed nationally to increase awareness on the prevention and natural healing benefits of Acupuncture & Traditional Oriental Medicine. Call (401) […]

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overcoming OCD

Take Back Control Over Your OCD

OCD Controlling You? Take Back Control! OCD – Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is not something that can be easily cured, but that doesn’t mean do nothing. Taking an active approach to treating your OCD will only bring a positive return into your life. When you decide to take the step toward better health, you would be […]

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alternative pain management

Opiate Abuse and Alternative Pain Management

Bringing Awareness to Opiate Abuse and Alternative Pain Management in Rhode Island An article in the Brown Daily Herald by Eben Blake published on sept. 18, 2014 stated, “Deaths in Rhode Island due to drug overdose have doubled since 2009, partially due to users who transitioned from prescription pill abuse to cheaper, more accessible drugs, […]

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