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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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???Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as she shares the first half of 42 Ways to Live Longer, Feel Younger and Look Your Best! Doctors and scientists agree that how you live your life today has a huge impact on how many years you have left to look forward to -- and how fit and able to fully enjoy those years you'll be. Learn the 5 most underrated food, 6 sneaky ways to get fit and burn calories, 4 ways to beat common energy zappers, 4 best stretches for women, 5 easy strength moves you can do anywhere, and much, much more. ?Call into the studio with your questions and/or comments: 347-945-7433.
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Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon and her special guest Kristen Harper as she explains the Three Health Myths That Should Go Away, Eating disorders, and much, much more. Kristen Harper is a speaker,... more

Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon and her special guest Felicia D'Haiti, a certified Usui Reiki Master/Teacher and Level 1 Hatha Vinyasa Yoga Teacher. She is a Teacher of Advanced Interior Alignment and Medicine... more

Life is demanding. If you feel overworked, overscheduled or just plain overwhelmed, you're in good company. Americans pride themselves on being busy. We work tirelessly and skimp on sleep to manage our careers, provide for... more

As a child, Felicia D'Haiti had an interest in changing her environment, moving furniture, and changing the colors and art work in her room. This continuing passion combined with Felicia's advanced studies in Art, Art History and... more

New gym myths seem to pop up overnight. Some die off quickly:Do all your exercises standing on one foot! Others hang around because they're appealing:Eat all the carbs you want before a 5K! Or because they just sound... more

The level of stress we experience depends on the amount of stimuli and how we respond to them. The same stress is handled differently by different people. People have developed and participate in different techniques to handle their... more

According to the American Psychological Association's new Stress in American survey, the majority of us are moderately to seriously stressed. While we know it's unhealthy, we aren't sure how to escape stress. The best way to tame the... more

Musicians, artists, and athletes cultivate flow states deliberately, whether they're aware of the concept or not. But the experience is not reserved for creative types: You can get into the flow while cleaning your garage, weeding your garden, or... more

Acupuncture already helps to relieve pain in some patients, and the latest study hints that it might relieve sneezing and itchy eyes as well. Most patients plagued with sniffles brought on by seasonal allergies turn to antihistamines for... more

Clinical trials are part of clinical research and at the heart of all medical advances. Clinical trials look at new ways to prevent, detect, or treat disease. Treatments might be new drugs or new combinations of drugs, new surgical procedures or... more
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