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‘Tis the season for holiday travel! As fun as a trip to celebrate the holidays can be, flight delays and layovers can become a real drag. If you find yourself having a terrible flight delay or a really long layover,…...

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TIme Alone

At this moment, I’m in NYC for a business trip. I find that although I tend to enjoy traveling for business – it gives me a break from the day-to-day, it allows me to socialize, and it gets me reinvigorated…...

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Digestion

One of the worst feelings we can experience physically is constipation.  It can leave us feeling bloated and uncomfortable, possibly for days, depending on the level of irregularity we are experiencing. Regularity is extremely important to our health and can…...

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Air travel

If you are flying this weekend for the holiday, you might dread the discomfort of a typical flight experience. Here are some travel tips to help you address those things that you do have control over, so that you can…...

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Maintaining a healthy diet if you travel is hard enough, but if you require gluten-free restaurants, are vegan or vegetarian, or suffer from food allergies, it becomes exponentially more difficult. Business travel doesn’t mean you have to forgo your dietary…...

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Our bodies depend more on water than on food. Depending on circumstances, temperature and physical exertion, an individual can live as long as 4 to 6 weeks without food, but only 3 to 5 days without water. Although water isn’t…...

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I was recently a guest on Judy Greer’s “Reluctantly Healthy” web-show. I talk about basic things you can do to stay healthy when traveling during flu season. Tips include: Get Sleep: Make sure you get a lot of rest before,…...

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If you travel a lot, there is a good chance you are spending a lot of time in the airport. And if you are spending a lot of time in the airport, you are probably spending a lot of time…...

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Finally, a long-awaited trip for a little R&R to Hawaii has arrived. But wait: mean Irene has swiftly arrived on the scene. Our flight is scheduled to take off Monday morning at 6am, just after Hurricane Irene should have passed…...

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As a road warrior, it is likely that you hop from restaurant to restaurant in search of tasty, yet healthy food. Unless we succumb to the quarter pounder at McDonalds, however, portion sizes vary tremendously from eating establishment to eating…...

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