By LiVe Well Center   Each year, Intermountain Dixie Regional Medical Center is proud to put on our annual LiVe Well Health Fair. The health fair provides an opportunity for health providers and other nonprofit community groups to gather together under one roof in the name of helping you live the healthiest life possible. This year’s […]

There’s Something for…

September 9, 2019
By Hurricane Family Pharmacy   Our team at Hurricane Family Pharmacy is getting lots of questions about CBD products. There is no shortage of information and misinformation when talking about CBD. In this article we will explain what CBD is and how it can be used. Many people are confused about the differences between CBD […]

Answering Your Questions…

September 9, 2019
Gamma West Cancer Services Curing cancer with the fewest side effects or complications. At Gamma West Cancer Services, this is our goal and our founding purpose. How do we do it?  We start with highly-trained physicians using the best technology. Then we follow our patients, confirm the outcome, report any side effects, and publish our […]

Cancer Treatment: Know…

September 9, 2019
By Fusion Pharmacy   Last year, I had the pleasure of assisting in a case involving a patient who thrives in a packed, high-pressure life and work schedule. If she doesn’t have a puzzle to solve, somewhere to go, or someone to help, she doesn’t know what to do with herself. Her life is like […]

A Lack of Amino Acids…

September 9, 2019
By Angel Naivalu   Winford “Finney” Barlow is the owner/operator of Finney Farm, a state-certified dairy farm located in Hildale, Utah, that produces raw milk and fine artisan raw milk cheeses. The business had its start thirty-three years ago when Finney married Carolena, a dairy girl with a talent for making cheese. The two of […]

Finney Farm: Deliciously…

September 9, 2019
by Charlene Paul   All people have traits that make them who they are. Passed down from parents to children, these can be physical traits, such as webbed toes, long legs, or green eyes,  or personality-type traits, such as compassion, intelligence, and musical ability.  Conditions like heart disease, diabetes, and cancer can also be passed […]

Connecting Health and…

September 9, 2019
By East West Health   Just the other day, I had one of my patients tell me, “Regan, aging is not for sissies, but I’ll take it over the alternative!” I couldn’t agree with him more. As children, we heal very quickly, but it seems that the older we get, the harder it is to […]

Are You Tired of Having…

September 9, 2019
By Brett Coleman    Beginning with the age-old tradition of turning the “D” on Black Hill red, Dixie State University is excited to invite community members and alumni to campus to celebrate Homecoming 2019 with a variety of time-honored activities.  “Homecoming is a time to reconnect with people who made an impact in our lives,” […]

Celebrate Dixie State…

September 9, 2019
By Dr. Ward Wagner   When we are young, we tend to take our youth for granted. We don’t wake up each day thinking, “I sure feel wonderful. Not an ache or pain in my body.” It isn’t until our bodies begin to age and arthritis begins to set in that we look back on […]

Ozone Therapy: Pill-Free…

September 9, 2019
By Dr. Edward Prince    It happens to all of us. The summer ends, and we become less active. Then the holidays arrive, and we overindulge in that gift bag of chocolate-covered superfruit. By the time January rolls around, the scale is showing some bad numbers, so we resolve to hit the gym (and Costco […]

Five Principles of Healthy…

September 9, 2019
By Brigit Atkin   Years ago, I had the privilege of working with at-risk students in a local middle school. It was one of the most challenging yet fulfilling jobs I’ve ever experienced. There was one boy in particular who will forever stand out in my mind as a student who cried out for the […]

The Incredible Power…

September 9, 2019
By Jay Bartlett   Riding your bike should ultimately be about having fun. Yes, it’s a workout. Often, it is challenging and can even be hard and painful at times. But at the end of the ride (or within a day or two after finishing a big event), you should be able to say you […]

Ten Percent Tour de …

September 9, 2019
By Bentley Murdock   Over two thousand years ago, a wise philosopher (who also happened to be a master herbalist and wholistic nutritionist) gave the world a timeless key for unlocking the treasure of perpetual healing: “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.”   Hippocrates understood the critical importance of granting our […]

The Truth about Food…

September 9, 2019
By Jasher Feellove   Fear. The word triggers a physiological and emotional response. We may fear failure, or we may fear success. In either case, we fear the unknown.  High performers refer to fear as stress. The media uses fear to garner attention: “If it bleeds, it leads.” To psychologists, fear speaks to the instinct […]

The Other Side of Fe…

September 9, 2019
By Wade Bohrn and Mindi Jensen of Tea Thyme Boutique   Most of us know that drinking fresh tea is a healthier option than drinking soda and other sugary alternatives, but how can we keep it interesting and more enjoyable throughout the entire year? One trick is to buy quality tea in amazing blends. Tea […]

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September 9, 2019

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