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How Integrative Therapies Can Help When You Have Cancer

When you have cancer, it is important to empower yourself, body, mind, and spirit, with the tools that can help you navigate your diagnosis. Integrative or complementary medicine includes a range of mind-body tools that work in conjunction with standard medical treatment.

According to, these therapies can help you

  • Deal with and ease the side effects of treatment
  • Feel better about your diagnosis and treatment
  • Maintain a sense of efficacy
  • Potentially help you treat your disease

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I Have Textured Implants. Now What?

If you are like me, as well as many dear friends and colleagues at Unite for HER, your head is spinning right now.

Your mind may be filled with questions and major concerns about what you have heard in the news, trying to digest all of the information and figure out what you should do. You are not alone

At Unite for HER, we are committed to being a trusted resource for the community of women we serve.

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Summer Vacation Without a Holiday from Health

Planning for a summer vacation brings me so much joy. I relish in the time spent researching day trips, excursions, the local history and especially the food! I need to know the local favorites, make reservations at trendy hot spots and taste the must-have regional dishes. And although my phone is now filled with beautiful food photos, I’m also left with the memory of a very unhappy belly. Why? Because I was splurging on the rich,

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Keeping the Kids Germ-Free on the Playground

The return of Spring means getting back outside! We love a variety of outdoor activities, going to the zoo, visiting LinVilla Orchards and other farms/farmer’s markets, but a true favorite of the boys is simply, the playground. Who doesn’t love going to the playground – it’s got everything! Slides, sandboxes, swings, steps, seesaws, other playmates for the boys, other moms for me, and the list goes on…but while it is a terrific outlet physically, it is a germaphobe’s nightmare.

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Spring Clean Your Kitchen

Spring is a great time of year to clear out the clutter in your life but that doesn’t need to be limited to your closets, basement and garage.

When is the last time you gave your kitchen or freezer a good spring cleaning? Purging unnecessary belongings has many benefits from saving you time and money to decreasing stress. In regards to your kitchen, purging old food is a great way to check in on your health intentions and to make sure you are not consuming food past their prime which is not so good,

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Inspiration For Your Resolutions

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Already struggling to stick with your New Year’s Resolution? Don’t worry, it is more common than you think. Take a deep breath and consider revamping your goals. For starters keep your New Year’s resolutions small, achievable and positive! Opt to add something beneficial into your routine instead of depriving yourself and then…

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Swim Diapers!

Like most families, we love water – in all forms. Lakes, pools, creeks, oceans…you name it, we’ve probably swam in it. and Being a member of a large family I’ve seen all manners of swimming costumes for kids :: bathing suits with mesh, bathing suits with padding, disposable swim diapers, full out naked babies, just a pair of underpants, etc. So, when faced with the choice of what to cover my babies butt with I had an array of options to consider.

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Sidewalk Paint! Non-Toxic and Homemade

Now that the weather is warmer and we’re outside more doing outside things my boys love to play with sidewalk chalk. And by “play” I mean “eat”…the little ones will put just about anything into their mouths and that includes: crayons, colored pencils, markers of all kinds, and last but not least, sidewalk chalk. So whether I’m gardening, mowing the grass, or sunning myself with a nice book (ha!), I like to know that the boys are playing,

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