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Wellness
The Emotion of Motion

Why movement is more important than exercising.  For many decades, movement for me was an exercise of pursuit. I spent years chasing PRs (personal records), key…

Fitness
Moving Toward Better Mobility

Whether you’re an all-star, money-making athlete or a day-to-day desk worker, mobility holds a significant level of importance in every person’s life. The stiffness you feel…

Prevention
Summer Skincare Tips

Austin is a great place for spending time outdoors in the summertime sunshine. However, while catching some rays, it’s important to know how to take care…

Prevention
Wellness FAQ: Shin Splints

What do a trail runner, a soccer player and you (probably at least once) have in common? Shin splints. It’s a cringe-worthy truth, but don’t endure…

Treatment
The Freedom of Oral Immunotherapy

Most people may recognize the scene from the famous 1987 movie, The Princess Bride. The courageous and witty Dread Pirate Roberts, also known as Westley, claims…

Wellness
Wellness FAQ: Rip Esselstyn

Living plant based, Austinite Rip Esselstyn shares the importance of a whole food, plant based diet and how it can boost immunity during COVID-19. How can…

Treatment
Red Light, Good Light

For some, red light therapy (also known as photobiomodulation  or low-level light therapy) can sound like a dream come true. With benefits allegedly ranging from a…

Prevention
Op-Ed: A New Pandemic Threat

People may die because they’re not calling 911. Reports from the front lines of hospitals indicate a marked drop in the number of heart attacks and…

Lifestyle
Nomadic Matt and COVID-19

Austin-based travel writer and New York Times bestselling author, Matt Kepnes, shares his COVID-19 experience. “Hey everybody! Greetings from inside my apartment,” Matthew Kepnes, a world…

Wellness
Preserving Your Mental Health

How yoga helps manage stress and overall well-being. Now more than ever, it’s important to create rituals around self preservation and mental health. Yoga gives us…

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