N-acetyl Cysteine: The overlooked compound

submitted by GNC, Newtown

For more than three decades, a safe, inexpensive compound has provided millions of people relief from the coughing, wheezing, and thick phlegm associated with cold and flu. In fact, pharmaceutical companies long ago incorporated it into various patented drugs.

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Bucks County real estate market update

submitted by Kathleen Layton, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services/Fox Roach Realtors Newtown Office

Just like the weather, the real estate market is local, and national and regional statistics don’t always tell you the full story of what’s happening right here in Bucks County. Many factors influence how the market is trending, including consumer sentiment and confidence, jobs and the local economy. The statistics for year-to-date and year-over-year are very encouraging for Bucks County and it seems apparent that the positive trend will slowly continue.

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Electroencephalograms unveil autism

submitted by Dr. Maria DiDonato, D.Ed. Psychologist, Achievement & Wellness Center, www.achievewell.net

Diagnosing brain activity in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is essential in developing interventions, meaningful treatments and positive outcomes. This has been made easier with information from research using electroencephalograms (EEGs), a recording of the brain’s electrical signals.

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The amazing benefits of copper peptides on your skin

submitted By Valerie Higgins, LMA, Lifestyle MedSpa

Copper was one of the first metals used in cosmetics in ancient Egypt, said to be used by Nefertiti herself! But what does copper actually do on the skin? The goal of the copper peptide is to stimulate collagen and elastin formation. Helping to rebuild and restore the skin from signs of aging.

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Emotional ‘traps’ of selling a home

submitted by Kathleen Layton, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services/Fox Roach Realtors Newtown Office

“Follow your focus, not your feelings” is a great mantra, both in life and when selling your home. If you avoid these common emotional “traps” and keep the big picture of why you’re selling in mind, you’ll have a much easier time of it.

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Why aren’t you taking vitamin D?

submitted by GNC, Newtown

Vitamin D has been in the news quite often lately, and with good reason. Scientists believe that most Americans do not get enough vitamin D, and according to a recent study, this could have a significant impact on our overall health. In fact, The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition recently reported that experts from university hospitals around the world called on international agencies to “reassess, as a matter of high priority,” dietary recommendations for vitamin D.

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Healthy nutrition is your child’s most important school supply

submitted by GNC Newtown

Choosing the best vitamins and supplements for your children is extremely important. Ideally, your kids would be getting all the nutrition they need from their diet. With picky eaters and busy schedules, the foods your kids eat may not be providing enough of the essential vitamins and minerals to keep their bodies healthy and their immune systems strong.

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The reality of a dream home

submitted by Kathleen Layton, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services/Fox Roach Realtors Newtown Office

Everyone has their idea of a “dream” home. The problem occurs when it has no basis in reality. Budget constraints, differing priorities, limited inventory and unrealistic expectations can all influence the home buying experience. While buying a new home is never without its stressors, there ARE steps you can take to make sure your experience is as fun as it should be.

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Neurofeedback mellows anxiety

submitted by Dr. Maria DiDonato, D.Ed. Psychologist, Achievement & Wellness Center, www.achievewell.net

Ricky (not his real name) is nine-years-old with a history of much anxiety. He struggled with regulating his emotions with new or challenging situations. When he was angry or nervous he would act impulsively towards others. These behaviors would often result in disciplinary actions. Social situations were not happy for Ricky.

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Separating fact from fiction when preparing your home for sale

submitted by Kathleen Layton, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services/Fox Roach Realtors Newtown Office

It seems that everyone from HGTV to Aunt Betty to your mother-in-law has advice about what you should and shouldn’t do when preparing your home for sale. Here’s a closer look at what’s true and what’s not:

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