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In “The Eyes Versus The Computer, The TV And The Smart Phone,” Dallas Clouatre, PhD, educates us on the impact the light emitted from these devices have on eye health and what we can do about it. In “Tips To Stay On Track With Your Health And Fitness Over The Silly Season,” Elly McGuinness, B PhEd, shares tips to help keep your body in tip top shape over the festive season. Gene Bruno, MS, MHS, presents “Vitamin A: More Than Just A Powerful Antioxidant.” In addition to explaining the two types of vitamin A, preformed and proformed he explains in further detail the three major functions: visual system, gene expression and immunity. Included is information on suggested dosage and timing; also toxicity. Gloria Gilbère, CDP, DA Hom, PhD, focus is “Holiday Health Risks—“Over- Consumption Syndrome.” In the U.S., 50 percent more heart attacks occur in winter than in summer, mostly due to extraordinary stress, and high fat meals (comfort food). Dr. Gloria suggest adding Lecithin to our diets. Jacob E. Teitelbaum, MD, in “Which Infection Causes CFS & Fibromyalgia?,” continues his theme on helping CFS/Fibromyalgia sufferers by sharing his solutions. Shawn Messonnier, DVM, presents “Tea Tree For Pets.” Tea tree was a popular treatment until it was replaced with the introduction of antibiotics, Dr. Shawn points out many areas of use. He reminds us tea tree is NOT to be used on cats. In “Top Ten Tips On Staying Healthy in Winter,” Elson Haas, MD, calls our attention to healthy behaviors that will assist us in surviving the holidays, the winter months, and resulting in us leading a balanced, happy life.

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