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Flu Busters

The flu is hitting us hard this year, resulting on 60 deaths so far. It may be a weak vaccine, low public awareness or just bad luck. Every year we face the same possibilities, just as with extreme weather events such as floods and hurricanes.

The Law of Love Attraction

Many have heard and practiced the Law of Attraction due to the widely accepted material from the film The Secret. However, when Mr. or Miss right hasn’t materialized, we may feel there’s part of this secret they’ve kept to themselves.

Increasing Personal Resilience

Take an outlook inventory: Spend some time contemplating and journaling the areas of life we would like to strengthen. Don’t become discouraged or distracted by all the details. Simply see this moment as an opportunity to prioritize what is truly important to us.

Dallas Considering Multifamily Recycling Ordinance

Although Dallas residents are upping their game when it comes to recycling, there’s still a ways to go. On January 22, the city of Dallas’ Quality of Life, Arts & Culture Committee released an update on the city’s Zero Waste Plan, which was passed in February 2013 to increase sustainability and reduce waste, with phases and milestones at specific intervals.

Dr. Daniel Strader’s Approach to Natural Dentistry

Dr. Daniel Strader is a biological dentist and owner of Dallas Designer Smiles. His father and grandfather were also dentists. “I was convinced early on by my dad that being a dentist would be the best profession in the world,” Strader recalls.

Holistic Smile Ranch Dentistry Stresses Overall Healing

While growing up outside Beaumont, Dr. Robyn Abramczyk, of Smile Ranch Dentistry, always knew she wanted to be a doctor. When she was 10 years old, Abramczyk was in a severe auto accident, and endured multiple oral surgeries, which made her fearful of the dentist’s office.

TreeHouse Opens New Store in Plano

The eco-friendly home upgrade company TreeHouse will open their second store in the Metroplex in Plano at the Preston Park Colonnade, 220l Preston Road, next to the Whole Foods Market, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 10 a.m., January 18.

Composting Yards in Winter Adds Spring Resilience

Compost is nature’s way of keeping the soil in balance. The National Compost Council recently stated, “Healthy soil is a living material, ideally filled with beneficial microorganisms, including bacteria, algae, fungi and protozoa.”

Finally Get Organized this Year

Embrace New Year 2018 with open arms and be encouraged. Now is the best time to evaluate our home and life and make simple changes to bring peace and order to our world. Here are a few simple tips.

DripZoneiV at Rockwall Complete Healing and Wellness Spa

Although the administration of intravenous (IV) fluid is generally associated with hospital settings to treat conditions such as dehydration, in recent years, IV therapy—full of vitamins,

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