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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 World is a giant smorgsbord of things to do, consume, and experience, and we want to have it all," says journalist Carl Honore', author of In Praise of Slowness. The problem is that having it all is a recipe for hurrying it all." Even our bodies change in response to this harried environment. We're not aware of how fast we're going, because everything around us is humming that way. It takes concerted effort to resist the pressure and learn to slow down. Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as she shares 5 great ways to slow down and stop racing through life! Call into the studio with your questions and/or comments: 347-945-7433.
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