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Negativity as an attitude is not something anyone should cultivate for long. If for no other reason, it’s not healthy. - Courtesy photo

Can negative thinking make us ill? | Gustafson

  • May 26, 2016 at 10:33AM

They are just thoughts, no big deal, people often say when they find themselves engaging in bouts of anger, hatred or cynicism.

 

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Can Negative Thinking Make Us Ill?

They are just thoughts, no big deal, people often say when they find themselves engaging in bouts of anger, hatred, or cynicism. We hear plenty of that in this (or any other) election year where differences in opinion tend to become aggravated beyond normal. What we don’t ask enough, however, is what all that negativity...

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Gluten Free Flatbread Pizza!

Come a little closer, I want to introduce you to my new favorite, Sonoma Gluten Free Flatbread Pizza! Now you can enjoy real honest to goodness flatbread pizza that is made without artificial ingredients, preservatives or colors.  The best part is that it is Certified Gluten Free!   Did you know that May is Celiac Awareness month?...

What's in your cart? | Guest column

  • May 19, 2016 at 3:00PM

In the dark corners of refrigerators throughout America, boxed leftovers and extra groceries are often neglected and sentenced to an unforgiving, fuzzy fate.

For healthy aging, stay in control | Gustafson

  • May 19, 2016 at 11:05AM

Why maintaining Independence should greatly matter to seniors.

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