Even before Congress passed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in March 2010, making sense of your health plan was difficult.  Now, overlay hundreds of new requirements affecting virtually every American, and the task is more difficult.  No easy feat, for sure. I can help.


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With the season changing, it’s a good time to get outdoors for a healthy brisk walk or bike ride.  You can also bring healthy habits indoors and live more naturally at home.  Rancho La Puerta’s on-site herbalist, homeopathic therapist and all-around naturalist, Anita Boen offered these suggestions for bringing healthy habits found in nature into your home.


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The late 1990s were a dark time for me.  My mother was in her third round of treatment for a rare form of cancer and her mother, who lived with her, had suffered a debilitating stroke. My job was secure, but an ambitious decision to go to law school at night required me to spend four nights a week in Baltimore.   


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 A woman suffers a heart attack every minute in the United States. Yet according to a 2009 American Heart Association survey only half of women indicated they would call 9-1-1 if they thought they were having a heart attack even though they were much more likely to call if a loved one had symptoms. 


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 Do the words “pamper” and “comfort” catch your eye when you scan the travel magazine?  Do you fantasize about being wrapped in a warm, white cotton robe and peacefully floating through the day? Are you on the verge of saying, “But I’m doing it for me!”  Then you’re probably ready for a spa vacation. 


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