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It is that time again. Time for kids to go back to school! And even if you are childless, it is impossible to be unaffected because so many routines and businesses are also tied to the school calendar. It is a great time to take a vacation if you have no children since the crowds will have dissipated. And it is also a great time to harvest tomatoes and fruiting vegetables or start a weight loss or fitness regimen or recommit to yours since your schedule will be more predictable.
So while I am a little sad to see summer end, I look forward to those crisp September mornings, pumpkins patches, and the coming changes in fall foliage. A nice relief from the relentless heat!
I will be offering a FREE discussion on weight loss at my office on Weds. 9/4 at noon. Please RSVP as space is limited! Hope to see some of you there!
| | Keeping Kids Healthy During the School Year For kids, back to school means excitement and anticipation. For parents, it means colds, flus, rashes-and back to the doctor. Come September, along with their art projects and homework assignments, kids start coming home with an array of germs that leave them-and the rest of the family-sick, sapped, and cranky. However, there's no need to resign yourself to a season spent at the pediatrician's office and a medicine chest filled with prescription meds. Experts agree that using holistic, homeopathic, and alternative remedies can resolve common kid ailments. And when it comes to your kids' health, not reaching for the big pharmaceutical guns right away makes good sense.From Alternative Medicine
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