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Trafficking Survivor Jennifer Clinger Releases First Book

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Beginning at an early age, Jennifer Clinger experienced years of abuse, addiction, exploitation and trauma. Trafficking eventually led her from her birthplace in Ohio, to truck stops across the country, and finally to the streets of Nashville, Tennessee. Today Clinger is adding a new title to her resume: Author. Jennifer Clinger’s memoir, “Delivered: The Fragmented […]

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Healthy Home Part I: Hidden Hazards

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This month, we are going to take a good look at the different parts of your home and where potential health dangers could hide. In our first article on healthy homes, Cedrina Calder, M.D. (pictured) looks at the hidden and organic hazards. Winter is here, and people are spending more time at home to escape […]

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How a Postcard Saved My Life

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Normally the writer of this story, Sheri Rowney (pictured), is a regular contributor describing how her LENS therapy and Harmonized Brain Centers has transformed people’s lives. But this article is different, it’s about how a chance mailing from Life Line Screening led her to an amazing series of events, culminating in heart by pass surgery. […]

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How to Create (and Keep) Self-Care Habits

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With some help from some local expert Influencers, Lindsey Joe (pictured below) of The Meal Planning Method suggest some ways to react to the daily stress we all face. Let’s be real, when life gets tough, many of us don’t respond by making lemonade out of lemons.  Instead, we might fall back on some unhealthy […]

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How to Cope with the Winter Blues and Holidays

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Emily Arnold (pictured) from the Conway Clinic offers some practical advice on how to recognize the signs of the Winter Blues (sometimes called S.A.D) and manage those long, cold, Winter days. Many people are saying, “I love this time of year!” while others are dreading Christmas as well as the cold, wintry months with short […]

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Lauren Zoeller: This Is Just the Beginning!

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In just a few short years, Nashville’s very own Lauren Zoeller has become a top Yoga and Life Coach. She talks to Health & Wellness Magazine on how she chose this path and shares what she’ll be talking about in her workshop at the Nashville Health & Wellness Fest come June 1, 2019. Lauren is […]

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The 4 Holistic Health Benefits of Life Story

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  I convinced people to hook up to electricity – they didn’t think they needed it. God whispered, “You’re going to marry that girl.” I answered, “She’s not my type.” Our office was the first to use email for a government experiment, before the Internet… As these Tennesseans wrote their life stories, they experienced four […]

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Healthy Home Part II: What’s Really in Your Household Products?

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Regular Contributor Emily Cardel (pictured) looks at the products that you have bought (or inherited when you bought your house) and the chemical dangers they often contain. For part one of this two article feature, please click here. When you take a moment to consider how you can improve your health, what comes to mind? […]

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Make a Choice in This New Year

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  As we begin 2019, many people create resolutions for the year. However, it is reported that over thirty-five percent of the people will end up breaking them by the end of January. One reason for breaking the resolutions is that it is difficult to stay motivated despite our best intentions. Regular contributor Sadhguru (pictured), […]

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How to Combat the Effects of ‘Chemo Fog’ and Other Cancer Treatment Problems

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Post Cancer treatments can not just be physically challenging, they can effect your mental well being as well. Sheri Rowney (pictured), a cancer survivor herself, looks at one no-drug treatment that has worked for many- LENS Neurofeedback. One of the many side effects of chemotherapy that is often missed when preparing the patient for what […]

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8 Healthy Winter Events Worth Going to in Nashville

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The cold chill of winter weather may leave you feeling like hibernating all season long, but why do that when you can have fun and stay fit with these 8 health-focused events happening around Nashville?! Lindsey Joe of The Meal Planning Method offers her suggestions to start the year in healthy mode. Urban Adventure Quest […]

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Clean Juice to Open Green Hills Location

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Clean Juice, “the first and only USDA-certified organic juice bar franchise” is making its way to the Green Hills area in February. It currently has over 100 stores in 26 states nationwide. “We source only the highest-quality, premium organic ingredients for our organic cold-pressed juices, smoothies, acai bowls, and small bites like Avocado Toast” says founder […]

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