“By means of water, we give life to everything.”~Koran Summer heat is no joke, especially in sunny, hot, and humid Southern Florida. Hydration is necessary all year but the summertime is the perfect opportunity to increase and improve the consistency of our water intake. According to a nationwide study from the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health, more than half of children and teenagers in the United States might not be properly hydrated.
“Nurture your health, both inside and out.” –Mary Buchan In general, the first 6-8 weeks are considered the “postpartum” period when the uterus shrinks back to pre-pregnancy size and position. But the recovery process after birth can last for years, especially once the demands of parenting take hold and if there is not a strong support system in place. Postpartum massage assists mothers in recovery and replenishment after giving birth. Some women are ready for
Trust Your Gut
Many ancient cultures, notably in Asia, have called the belly the “second brain” and the “second heart” because it is so sensitive to our thoughts, emotions, and lifestyles. It holds much wisdom and awareness. We have many phrases in our culture that reflect this… “Butterflies in my stomach” “I can’t stomach this.” “My gut is telling me…” As is often the case, modern science is catching up with this folk knowledge. The new field of

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