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The Partners in Health show was created to inform, educate and inspire the community to appreciate the benefits of healthy living, nutrition and exercise. In addition, we highlight business owners from various career fields to learn what makes them successful and to promote their products and services.

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The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations estimates that livestock accounts for 15 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions annually (7.1 gigatons of CO2 per year, if you want to get technical). And although most animals raised for food have some sort of negative environmental impact, cattle raised for beef and milk are the worst culprits, representing 65 percent of total livestock emissions. What does this all mean? Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as she shares the findings of new environmental studies that link what we eat to the health of our environment, and the benefits of eating less meat. Call into the studio with your questions and/or comments: 347-945-7433.
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To better understand the impact of eating meat, the Environmental Working Group (EWG) tracked the resources required for both animal and plant-based protein sources. The organization took a "cradle-to-grave" approach by assessing each... more

Keeping a consistent sleep and wake time is one of the best ways to sychronize your body clocks,says Aviva Romm, MD, a functional physcian and herbalist with a practice in New York City. "A lot of people are very disregulated in both,... more

Our culture values productivity and performance, so we often sacrifice sleep at the altar of work. What's one or two missed hours, we think, when we could finish the big project and get the praise -- and possible raise! -- that comes with it? But... more

Ayurveda, India's traditional system of healing, uses more than 5,000 different herbs. Some of these are especially versatile and well-matched for resolving many common problems that we encounter today, and have become popular... more

Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon this Saturday, April 29, at 9 a.m. as we discuss vitamins and minerals. Learn which ones are essential for obtaining and maintaining maximum health, how much of them we need, and... more

In 1970, only 10 percent of Americans suffered from a rhinitis allergy, the miserable runny-nose, watery-eye reaction associated with hay fever and other seasonal woes. By 2010, the percentage had grown to 30 percent. The number... more

There are so many simple natural remedies with a long history of use that have been largely forgotten in modern times. From the health promoting (and hair-growing) properties of castor oil to the natural remedy uses for Apple Cider... more

Resilience, Positive Outlook, Focus and Generousity. For most of us, developing these traits requires some brain training, usually with meditation and other mental exercises that help reroute habitual impulses (like cutting people off in traffic).... more

Well-being consists of four basic traits:resilience, positive outlook, focus, and generosity. "One important constiuent of well-being is the ability to rapidly recover from adversity," according to pioneering researcher, Richard Davidson,... more

One of the most feared aspects of growing older is the prospect of losing our memory and the ability to reason. And it's a prospect that often sneaks up on us. Factors like excess inflammation, oxidative stress, and free radicals can silently... more
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