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Nashville Stamp

Haunted Houses Worth Screaming About

By H&W

The creepiest month of the year is finally here and haunted houses around the state are ready to strike fear in the hearts of those brave enough to enter their doors. The question is, are you ready? Whether you’re afraid of axe murders, clowns, chainsaws, needles, nuns, tight spaces, or just the unknown of what […]

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Pumpkin Patches, Hay Rides & Corn Mazes Galore!

By H&W

Because it wouldn’t be fall without pumpkin picking! Pumpkin patches are always a fall favorite for families, and it’s easy to understand why. They can be used in so many ways! Bake ‘em, paint ‘em, carve ‘em, bowl with ‘em, smash ‘em… whatever your pumpkin-lovin’ heart desires! If you need a pumpkin this season, make […]

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4 Places to Pick Your Fruit This Fall

By H&W

One of the best parts of late summer and early fall is the abundance of fresh produce. Living in Tennessee we have an abundance of produce available during peak growing seasons and some farms are opening their fields to you. Early summer may be berry picking season but as the fall approaches it’s time for […]

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The Future of Your Health

By H&W

Never before have we had more ways to diagnose, control and improve our health and wellness. 21st medicine whether it be Alternative or Traditional, drug free or not, can now cure more mental and physical illnesses than at any time in our history. But what of the Future? Health & Wellness Magazine over the next […]

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Manduu: The Gym of the Future Is Here, and It’s Right in Our Backyard

By H&W

Wiley Robinson, RN Chief Operating Officer, Manduu America: We all know that we should be working out. I doubt anyone questions the benefits of staying fit, exercising, building muscle and getting rid of unhealthy body fat. It all sounds good on paper until it’s time to actually do the work. Maybe you wake up one […]

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Prepping: A Beginner’s Guide

By H&W

A prepper has at a minimum of ten basic items when they begin to prepare, but many go much further than those ten items. Prior to Hurricane Katrina, as well as today, there are many Americans that feel prepping is unnecessary or a waste of money, but a prepper would say differently. America has failed […]

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New Support for Those with Meniere’s Disease

By H&W

Karen Pashley (pictured) is a local author whose book Precious in His sight was published in 2016. She also suffers from Meniere’s Disease. “A somewhat rare, mysterious, progressive disease of the inner ear that affects how I hear, how I see, and how I function”. Here, she describes the problems it creates- and how a […]

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Detoxify Your Body Naturally

By H&W

Sheila McGinnis suggests some Herbs that can help you keep fit and healthy in the colder months. As Fall arrives it’s time to get our bodies in a healthy state so that we can fight off the viruses that are all around us over the Winter months.  We can stay well even if those around […]

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Ask Dr. Lisa: How to Stay Connected When Living with Chronic Pain

By H&W

Chronic pain affects one in three Americans and is the No. 1 cause of adult disability in the United States, according to the American Chronic Pain Association. The burden of living with it and helping with it can put an enormous strain on even the happiest marriages and strongest relationships.  Chronic pain has a ripple […]

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How Food Becomes Addictive

By H&W

Author Siim Land (pictured) writes a lot about life, empowerment and health. Here he talks about the ‘Bliss point’….how food manufacturers spend millions researching and creating foods that are addictive. Michael Moss’ bestselling book Salt, Sugar and Fat talks about how the food corporations have tricked their consumers into getting addicted to their products. Their […]

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10 Great Places for Brunch in Nashville

By H&W

If you are a brunch-enthusiast like Veronica Williams (pictured) you know that the options are endless but not always the healthiest. Here’s a list of perfect brunch spots that have all our health favorites. From smoothie bows to eggs over easy, this list is a compilation of all the best things brunch. Check out these […]

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Nashville’s Best Hikes

By H&W

Nashville is a city surrounded by lush forests and beautiful mountains. With a short drive to the Appalachian mountains and located right on the edge of the Cumberland River there are many hidden spots around Nashville for a great hike. Veronica Williams (pictured) reveals some of the best. Nashville is a growing city that has […]

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