Physical Activity & Your Brain- A Love Story

Author: Em Wooden   Over the past several years summer camp registrations have been dropping drastically.  Fewer than half of the students who should be eligible for Oregon’s Outdoor School program are able to attend.  Schools are cutting recess from the curriculum.  Opportunities for kids to get out and stretch their legs are waning, and [...]

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5 Common Running Injuries and How Acupuncture Can Help

Author: Ginna Ellis of AcuTake, Presented by Danielle Melanson, LAc Acupuncture and running are a well-suited pair. Whether you’re a casual runner or a qualifying entrant in Boston Marathon, acupuncture can help you stay on top of your running game. From knee and hip pain to plantar fascitis and fatigue, many ailments suffered by runners [...]

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Vegan Protein- A Complete List of Choices

Author: Em Wooden People choose to cut animal products out of their diets for myriad reasons. Whether you are motivated by health factors or personal ethics, it is important to ensure that you are getting enough protein when you stop eating meat and dairy. Vegans are not the only people who should consider alternative protein [...]

By |2017-01-18T15:45:07-08:00February 1st, 2016|Food & Products|0 Comments