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Week 2

Health Tip Of The Week...

One More Word About Resolutions…
Resolutions are about change but our fondest wish for you is that when you make a positive change in your life and lifestyle, that that change be permanent so here are the 4 ingredients for permanent change:
1-A High Impact Experience.  2-Keep it Simple.  3-Reinforce the Change Through Repetition.  4-Have Someone To Hold You Accountable

How Can We Serve You Even Better in 2010?

Bringing you important health news and information has been our pleasure through 2009 and we've been able to cover a lot of important health issues that the mainstream media won't dare touch.  But we won't stand still and want to serve you eeven better in 2010.
So that's our question for you today.  What would you like to see more of from our office in general and the HealthTIP of the Week in particular in 2010?  We're here to bring you the kind of information that YOU find more important and interesting.
Our patients and practice members are our top priority, and I want to personally make sure that we are bringing you the information that can make the greatest positive difference in your life and health and the life and health of those you love the most.
This year, we are dedicating ourselves, more than ever before, to helping you and those you love develop the level of health that most people can only dream about.
Towards that end, we really need your help!  Here's how you can help us help you:
1. Tell us what you want more information about in the HealthTIP.
2. Share your HealthTIP with family, friends, co-workers, neighbors, employees and anyone you care about.
3. Subscriptions are free so just ask us.
4. Forward your HealthTIP email to those on your email list.


The Bottom Line…The Bottom Line…The Bottom Line…

A thought about the "quick fix" mentality and how it impacts a person's future.  Almost all approach to a quick fix, whether it comes in the form of fast food because one is in a rush or in the form of an aspirin because one wants to "get rid" of a headache;  the true cost of those quick fix approaches is a long term reduction in that person's overall health and well-being.  If there truly is that much to be done, get it done by living a longer and healthier life.  Make you #1.

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  • "I had become very frustrated with the way I was feeling. My headaches made me very tired and I would frequently have to nap after work or school instead of doing things I enjoyed. Occasionally, I would miss work because the pain was so severe."
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