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Ozone Therapy for Dental and Oral Infections, Eric K. Taylor, DDSRochester Hills Periodontist Introduces Noninvasive Modality to Practice   
Eric K. Taylor, DDS, has begun utilizing ozone and ozone water in his surgical suite to benefit patients. Ozone’s applications include irrigating sockets after extractions, infected sites, deep periodontal pocketing, gingival lesions and...

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New Reiki Classes Announced, New In-Person Rochester Hills Classes Available   
Ann French, of Reiki to Heal has added classes in Holy Fire® III Reiki levels I and II; Holy Fire III Reiki Master and Holy Fire III Karuna Reiki® Master...

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What’s Missing from Medicine?, Saray Stancic, MDVirtual Lecture To Cover Gaps In Health Care and Planned Remedies   
On Wednesday, September 29, from 7 until 8 p.m., Plant-Based Nutrition Support Group (PBNSG) will host the virtual lecture "What's Missing From Medicine?" Saray Stancic, MD, will cover gaps in health care along with her plan to...

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Wholistic Approach to the Fall, Learn to Gain Optimal Health at One-Day Conference   
The Naturopathic Community Center is hosting a full day conference on Saturday, October 2, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Morey School in Shepherd. The conference is sponsored by Herbs Etc and will host guest speakers such as...

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Hydration, Nutrients and Enhanced Blood Flow, Alice GoodallSoutheast Michigan Practice Adds IV Nutrient Therapy and BEMER   
Institute of Neuromuscular Medicine has recently added IV Nutrient Therapy and BEMER to its list of services. IV therapy allows for bypassing the digestive system and delivering hydration, nutrients and natural medications in a manner that...

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Learn Sustainable Bread Baking, Linda PurdyClasses to Resume this Fall in Swartz Creek   
Bread baking classes will resume at Westwind Farm this fall. These classes help beginning bakers feel less intimidated about baking quality bread and more advanced bakers experience another...

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Ancient Balinese Healing Technique, Susan and Mike deCaussinTraining Now Offered Through Healing Methods LLC in Troy   
The ancient healing art of Siwa Murti was introduced to the United States in recent years and brought to Michigan by Susan and Mike deCaussin, co-owners of Healing Methods LLC in Troy. Similar to traditional forms of...

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Find Your Inner Potential Santosha Yoga Teacher TrainingChesterfield Yoga Teacher Training Begins in September   
Whether you are an aspiring yoga teacher or a practitioner who wants to know more about the yoga tradition, Santosha Yoga’s 200 Hour Teacher Training will provide a structure in which to experience...

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New Royal Oak Location, Lisa Ponichter-StanleyFeldenkrais and Physical Therapy Practitioner Relocates to Updated Building   
Still staying in Royal Oak, physical therapist Lisa Ponichter-Stanley is announcing the move and reopening of her physical therapy and Feldenkrais movement practice as of July 19. After 6 1/2 years, she wanted to move to a quieter, more updated building while...

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The Legacy Continues, Chuck & Judy ErkfitzMetamora’s Natures Better Way Transitions to New Business Model   
After nearly 30 years, Natures Better Way of Metamora is closing its Metamora retail store and transitioning to a phone, email and website-ordering model. Not just a health foods store...

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