What is Aromatherapy? How can it help me?

h1 align="center">Aromatherapy Defined Before I get started take note that fragr ance oils (fragrances) are not essential oils. This is because they contain unnatural chemicals and do not provide therapeutic benefits like essential oils. Essential oils are the pure "essence" of a plant and when used properly will provide both psychological and physical benefits. There are many essential oils. Absolutes, CO2s and hydrosols are also commonly utilized in aromatherapy. CO2s and absolutes ...
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7 Things To Teach Your Kids About Money

Did you know that many people retire broke? It's true. After a lifetime of hard work and having earned literally hundreds of thousands of dollars, they end up with nothing. So where did all their hard-earned cash go? The answer is, it passed right through their fingers. While schools are great at teaching algebra, calculus, and geometry... how many of us learned about the basics of personal finance and creating financial security for ourselves? The truth is, the earlier you learn to handle ...
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School Safety - Managing Health and Safety in your School

Head Teacher's Safety Management Toolkit Article http://www.swaneducation.co.uk Head Teachers - Managing Health and Safety in your Primary/Infant School. What you need to know. If you read nothing else about Health and Safety read this. It's about 1500 words long but it summarises what you need to know about managing Health and Safety to satisfy laws and regulations as they affect your school. Changes to the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations(1999) (MSHW) as laid out in the ...
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How Kids Learn to Cooperate in Video Games

How Kids Learn to Cooperate in Video Games: A Lesson for Parents and Teachers By Marc Prensky © 2004 Marc Prensky •The three words that best describe me are ‘athletic,’ ‘smart,’ and ‘GameBoy-addicted.’” – A 10 year old A great many parents are concerned that the electronic games their kids play are teaching the kids •negative” messages such as aggression, violence, and isolation from real people. I want to illustrate here how computer and video game playing, ...
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Natural Health Insurance

As important as it is to make sure you have 'normal' health coverage, it's even more important to increase the amount of 'natural' health insurance you have. After all, if you protect your body now you won't need to worry about paying a big doctor's bill later! One of the best ways to do this is by boosting your immune system and helping your body to fight off disease. The following tips are some of the most effective methods for boosting your immune system naturally. Each one is ...
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Beat Your Competition By Controlling The Cost Of Your Health

As many of us expect, the New Year will bring both tremendous challenges and opportunities for all of us both personally and professionally. Employers continue to face the major challenge of controlling the cost of their health insurance and other employee benefit programs. Organizations that can best get a handle on the cost of their employee benefit programs have an excellent opportunity to gain an advantage over their competition. What are some practical ways to control the cost of your ...
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Love, Food, and Kids

The following article is offered for free use in your ezine, print publication or on your web site, so long as the author resource box at the end is included, with hyperlinks. Notification of publication would be appreciated. Title: Love, Food, and Kids Author: Margaret Paul, Ph.D. E-mail: mailto:margaret@innerbonding.com Copyright: © 2004 by Margaret Paul Web Address: http://www.innerbonding.com Word Count: 733 Category: Parenting LOVE, FOOD, AND KIDS Margaret Paul, Ph.D. Forty years ago I ...
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Voice Care for Coaches

By Catherine Franz Coaches rely heavily on their voice to service clients. If you also give teleclasses or workshops, voice maintenance needs to be one of their top self-care priorities. This information also applies to singers, speakers, or sales professionals. During flu and cold season, vocal cords become highly sensitized and need as much care as a valuable instrument. Think of your voice, and we should, as an expensive, rare violin. If you were going to play the violin the next day -- same ...
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Taking Your Kids Perspective

"As a child, the critical eye of my father seemed to follow me around wherever I went." (Arthur C. Clarke) It's quite easy for most fathers to look at their kids with a critical eye. And why not? There's a lot riding on the outcome of your kids' development. There's the nagging worry that you're not doing your job well enough and that your child will develop "problems." There's also the fear of being judged as an incompetent or uninvolved father by others. And there is the relentless presence ...
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Health Insurance

---------------------------------------------------------- TITLE: Health Insurance: The-More-The-Better, Or No- More-HMO? AUTHOR: Irina LENGTH: 571 words FORMAT: 58 characters per line CONTACT: irbonness@ureach.com --------------------------CUT HERE------------------------ Health Insurance: The-More-The-Better, Or No-More-HMO? By Irina ========================================================== The author grants permission to publish this article, in its entirety, electronically or in print, as ...
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