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Month: May 2012

An Interview with Lisa Ballard, Primary Therapist

Lisa Ballard is a born problem solver. Show her a tough math problem or complex computer question and she’ll have the solution. Need help planning a wholesome meal that heals the body, she’s got a plan. Bring her someone struggling with addiction, trauma or other mental health issues, and she’ll evaluate the whole person until …

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Health Risks For Women Who Consume Alcohol Are Greater Than For Men

Alcohol is a toxin that affects anyone who consumes it, but it definitely affects women even more than it does men. Because women and men metabolize at different rates it takes less alcohol for women to feel the effects of alcohol, but research also says that the long-term effects of alcohol use are also greater …

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Walking in Nature Beneficial to Mental Health

Those who suffer from depression often are prescribed with medication to treat their condition, but find that their symptoms may need an extra boost through an additional treatment form. Some options are therapy or the use of physical exertion to boost mood.

Green Care Aims To Reduce Depression

Depression affects approximately three percent of the population, making it one of the most common mental disorders. It is also difficult to treat in some cases. While many people benefit from traditional therapy, it is widely believed that many patients require a boost from an additional type of treatment.

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