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How to Keep Your Kids Healthy this School Year


As Fall approaches, it is back to school time. While parents are out shopping for school clothes and supplies, it is important to remember to get their children's health checked. Your child's health is important and should be maintained throughout the school year. Here are a few suggestions to ensure your child stays...


Spice Up Date Night

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When you are looking to spice up your date night, The Sex Docs have you covered. They put together a menu to take your next evening in to the next level. The best part? All the foods are keto-friendly, meaning you can indulge without the guilt. The ketogenic diet shifts metabolic activity as a means of losing weight and gaining energy. Get a taste for decadence with this menu of five foods that’ll stimulate your senses, courtesy of Drs. Cristina Bosch and


Cookoo for Coconut Oil: Should You Stay Away?



The American Heart Association has recently released an article advising against the use of coconut oil. The Dietary Fats and Cardiovascular Disease Advisory conducted research on saturated fats, and, in seven out of seven trials that were conducted, researchers found that coconut oil increases LDL cholesterol which is “bad cholesterol” and can also lead to cardiovascular disease.

However, there is always two sides to every story and local certified nutritionist,


4 Tips to Liven Up Your Love Life


Stress, anxiety and other issues can get in the way of our intimate connections. Luckily, the valley’s own Sex Docs, Drs. Cristina Bosch and John Robinson, have the cure. Oxytocin, aka the Love Hormone, is a powerful tool. It’s your body’s way of naturally boosting everything from feelings of optimism and well-being to your expressions of affection and social interactions. Get to know your oxytocin levels with these tips from the Sex Docs.


AZ Health: Why Are My Allergies Still Bothering Me in the Summer?


Have you wondered why your allergies may still be bothering you now that it’s summer? It may sound strange but your gut may be causing your allergies to flare up. Your sinuses are directly connected to your digestive tract and both the respiratory tract and the gastrointestinal (GI) tract are immune barriers – these systems help protect the body from foreign substances. The common culprit for allergy symptoms is often toxicity and leaky gut syndrome. Leaky gut syndrome, also known as increased intestinal permeability, is the result of damage to the intestinal lining. When the GI tract is damaged and the walls are weakened, there...

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