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Waistlines Beware!

Waistlines Beware!Anxiety baking + comfort foods + lack of exercise = weight gain. Soothing ourselves with a nightly glass of wine doesn’t help, nor does streaming movies from the couch. Goodness knows, it’s hard to manage our weight while we are sheltering in place, but perhaps if we knew why we are starting to pack on a few pounds, we might be able to figure out how to slow it down or stop it in its tracks.


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Being Together Apart

Being Together ApartPeople are meant to be together, having social interaction is so important for our peace of mind and relationships. But in times where we need to stay home for our health and the health of others, how can we remain social and happy? Here are some fun ways to connect as you would before but keeping your social distancing in place.


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Effectiveness of Acupuncture for Lateral Epicondylitis

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Ask Dr. MaoQ: My mother is aging and I wondered if you could make some recommendation for keeping her immunity and health up?

A: As we age, our bodies become depleted of most of the essential minerals and vitamins. To further complicate this, our absorption mechanisms are also weakened, and we tend to absorb less of these nutrients.

I recommend a wholesome balanced diet that contains:

• 1 or more servings of protein, in chicken or fish form.
• 4-6 servings of vegetables, and be sure to include green leafy vegetables. The vegetables can be steamed, broiled, or boiled; avoid raw vegetables.



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