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November Issue

Diabetes Prevention and
Reversal & Silent Retreats

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See More »Letter from Publisher

Just so glad to be alive - this Thanksgiving

We are often in awe of our fellow publishers—their talents, their caring hearts, their mindfulness—but this month, after the recent tragedies, there’s no better way to express that awe than to share this letter
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Northwest Florida Features

The Healer Returns to Modern Medicine

Like the best books about health care, Integrative Medicine: The Return of the Soul of Healthcare is written by someone who’s been both patient and healer.

Community Healing Day at Unity Church

Unity Church will host a monthly Community Healing Day on November 13, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. The event is designed for people interested in natural health to connect with each other and learn about various therapies and techniques to promote healing and wellness.
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Northwest Florida Newsbriefs

Pensacola Doctor Holds Book Signing in Fairhope

Bonnie McLean, a doctor of Oriental medicine who practices in Pensacola, will be signing her newly published book, Integrative Medicine: The Return of the Soul to Healthcare, November 3, from 6 to 8 p.m., at Page & Palette, in Fairhope, Alabama.

Obamacare Enrollment Help Now Available Locally

The Epilepsy Foundation of Florida will provide free help, in person or by phone, for anyone who wants to sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act during its open enrollment period,

Adventure-Based Teen Counseling in Panama City Beach

A new Emerald Coast organization, New Wave Youth Services, offers adventure-based counseling for teens who are at risk for or recovering from substance dependency.
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See More »Health Briefs

Onions Healthy for Heart and Kidneys

Reduces Risks of Disease

Teetotalers Enjoy Less Heart Disease

Former and Occasional Drinkers Have Greater Risk

Overtime Hours Linked to Tooth Decay

Connection to Oral Health Decline

Aerobics Improve Brain Function

Boosts Volume and Gray Matter

Cranberry Prebiotic Promotes Gut Health

Enhances Good Bacteria

Acupuncture and Herbs Ease Delirium in Patients

Scientists Find Alternative Treatment Effective
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See More »Global Briefs

Wine Worry

Glyphosate Toxin Turns Up in Wines

Faster Rescues

Artificial Intelligence Helps Locate People and Wildlife

Landfill Eulogy

Sweden Dumps its Dumps

Humpback Holler

Why Whales Leap High

Pedestrian Power

Smart Street Lights Powered by Footsteps

Window Pain

Birds Die Flying Into Reflective Glass

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