iRun, You Run, We All Run to iRun’s New Store at Bitters & 1604!

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If you’ve been to iRun’s Stone Oak store, you know it’s one of the best destinations for serious runners, both newbees and longtime asphalt pounders. If you haven’t stopped by in a while, here’s a great incentive: iRun is opening its second store at Bitters & 1604, a great new location to reach and serve an even larger contingent of San Antonio runners.

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Camp Eco.logic Offers One-Day Workshops this Summer for Green-Focused Teens

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Know a high school student who’s concerned about the global environment and who wants to make a difference? Camp Eco.logic has the perfect summer workshop! The uber “green” camp is hosting two oneday workshops July 22 and 27 for eco-friendly teens who want to learn more about global climate change, explore solutions and create real-world action plans.

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HEALTHY COMBINATION: Vegeria and Revolucion Coffee + Juice Team Up to Spread Healthy Fare

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What happens when two social and health-focused businesses team up? How about more healthy, delicious choices at both locations! That’s what’s happening due to the recent partnership between two Broadway eateries.

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Vital Life Wellness Welcomes New Practitioner

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Vital Life Wellness Center recently welcomed Jason Gourlas, PA-C, as their newest wellness professional. Gourlas joins Dr. Bernice Gonzalez and other medical personnel committed to practicing quality preventive medicine geared to helping families and individuals with a wide variety of needs. Family practice and integrative internal medicine are the foundation of Vital Life.

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TAROT NOW: JUNE 2013 by Kathleen Smith


Summer’s here, and most of us are anticipating vacationing and relaxing with our children, family and friends. Summer vacation options seem endless—a weeklong cruise, the beach at Galveston or South Padre, tubing on the Guadalupe River, state and national parks, cookouts, the zoo, pick-up games and much more. Where do we begin?

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The Moon in Gemini: Enjoy Mental Sharpness, But Don’t Over-Analyze by Kramer Wetzel

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In Western Astrology, the system handed down through the millennia as a method of selfunderstanding and prognostication, the importance of the Natal Moon is part of critical and accurate birth chart interpretations. When the Natal Moon is in the sign of Gemini, this indicates a high degree of mental acuity. Great minds. Too quick on some occasions, but that is inherent with this symbol.

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Healing Through Quantum-Touch: Non-Invasive Energy Healing Provides Relief and is Easy to Learn by Frank Detrick

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You may have heard the phrase “Quantum-Touch,” but what exactly is it? In a nutshell, Quantum-Touch is an alternative form of energy healing that works at the cellular level to allow a person’s body to heal itself. Unlike mainstream medical practice that often points patients to prescription medication to relieve symptoms and promote healing, alternative methods of healing work with the body’s natural intelligence to holistically balance and restore health. Quantum-Touch is one energy modality that provides a holistic, alternative approach to body balancing and healing.

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A Holistic Approach to Diabetes and Peripheral Neuropathy by Jason D. Gourlas, PA-C

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If you or someone close to you has been cautioned about “high blood sugar” or hyperglycemia, you probably understand the relationship between the hormone insulin and blood sugar levels. Insulin is a hormone whose main function is to carry sugar, and energy source, to cells. Hyperglycemia results when there is either a lack of insulin or when a body isn’t able to use the insulin it has made (also known as insulin resistance).

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Vacation Success: 8 Tips for Designing a Stress-Free Family Vacation by Renee Peterson Trudeau

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This past summer, our family was invited to visit friends for the weekend at their cabin on the river, a few hour’s drive from our house. Two days before we were going to leave, my husband and I were frantically creating lists of all the things we needed to buy, prepare, and pack—when we suddenly paused and looked at each other.

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Male Breast Health: Breast Cancer – It’s Not Just a Female Disease by Dr. Helen Goldberg, MD

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Breast cancer dominated media airwaves last month following the news of Angelina Jolie’s double mastectomy due to the discovery of a gene mutation that significantly increased her risk of developing breast cancer. Shining a spotlight on breast cancer is a good thing; the deadly disease impacted the lives of almost 227,000 U.S. women in 2012 and took the lives of almost 40,000,according to the American Cancer Society.

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