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Do I or Don’t I Need Life Insurance?

Do I or Don’t I Need Life Insurance?

By Tamara Brown Life insurance is such a difficult financial hurdle for so many people. You are either nervous about the reason you need life insurance, or think that it may be too expensive to purchase. I am going to try and make this as easy as possible to help you make that decision with […]

Free Yard Sale or Circulation Day

Free Yard Sale or Circulation Day

Free Yard Sale or Circulation Day It is really not a sale; it is a giveaway. Come to one of our Unity Centers at the times and dates below and receive whatever you might need in the way of home and yard goods, pictures, jewelry, toys and much more. Take what you can use and […]

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VegFest, Michigan’s Biggest Vegan Event, is April 30 at Suburban Collection Showplace

VegFest, Michigan’s Biggest Vegan Event, is April 30 at Suburban Collection Showplace

VegFest, Michigan’s Biggest Vegan Event, is April 30 at Suburban Collection Showplace Star Trek’s Worf plus U.S. Humane Society CEO, doctors, food & fun highlight metro Detroit’s premier vegan taste fest & expo ROYAL OAK, Mich. – From Dr. Oz’s recent proclamation that a vegan diet is “the biggest movement of 2017” to the proliferation […]

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EMDR Therapy Helps with Early Traumas and PTSD

EMDR Therapy Helps with Early Traumas and PTSD

By Lori Gordon-Michaeli Just about everyone has dealt with some form of trauma in their life. Mental Health modalities and technologies are constantly changing to help people overcome these traumas. Shalva Adult and Child Psychiatry recently introduced EMDR, Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing, developed by Francine Shapiro, Ph.d. It is a very important tool in the […]

Stress and Obesity

Stress and Obesity

By Dr. Tarman Aziz April 16 is National Stress Awareness Day. Many of us, in an attempt to help manage stress, eat our favorite “comfort foods”, often to excess. Do such foods, however, actually offer meaningful and lasting solutions? In 1966, a Palm Beach Post article stated: “Adults, when under severe emotional stress, turn to […]

Elevating Standards of Taste

Elevating Standards of Taste

By Angie Anderson Times are changing and if you have not already embraced the desire to learn about the contents of your pantry, as well as your fruit bowl, now is the time. Do not let yourself fall behind in the movement of elevated standards. Take off your blinders and start implementing some new eating […]

Creating a Better Life

Creating a Better Life

By Doyle Ward I was a rising star in the hospitality industry. I had it all — Career, Great Car, Super House and a High Level of Success. I truly had it all, including a lot of STRESS, FATIGUE and SLEEPLESS NIGHTS. My work schedule was hectic and I was in constant worry mode; there […]