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Life in New York City: An Acupuncturist’s Perspective

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A Brief Introduction to the Chinese Principle of Yin and Yang

The Chinese principle of yin and yang refers to the natural balance that is achieved between two polar forces. It is often analogized to be like sun and moon, man and woman, external and internal. The two forces need each other to find balance.

Beat the Heat…Naturally!

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Robin Foroutan, MS, RDN, HHC

Boy, it’s been hot out there. The temperature these past few weeks have been sky high, which is enjoyable for some, and intolerable to others. Either way, when the weather heats up, cooling down becomes serious business!

Grilling this weekend? Marinate on this!

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Summer is finally here, and chances are as the temperatures heat up, so is the grill! Between Father’s Day and summer Fridays, grilling is basically a rite of summer. But before you fire up the barbie, be sure to whip up a flavorful, antioxidant-rich marinade.

Green Your Space for Spring: Part II

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Greening out your space has many different dimensions. We hope you enjoyed our previous piece about adding plants to clear the air around you, improve mood and focus, and stay healthy – and hopefully added a few featured plants around your home or office! Feeling inspired to go the next step?

Podcast: Detoxify Your Body

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Detoxification is such a hot topic right now, and we talk about it a lot here at The Morrison Center. With all the information out there about detoxification – both in favor of and against the need to detoxify, it’s hard to sift out fact from fiction.

Romantic Dinner for Two

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With Valentine’s Day falling on a weekend this year, there’s time to do something extra special for your boo. Nothing says “I adore you” like a home-cooked meal, especially one that’s full of flavor and doesn’t scrimp on health benefits. Check out our menu for a romantic dinner that’s a surefire recipe for fun, flavor, health…and romance!

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