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In This Issue: January '18

Jan 02, 2018 02:42PM ● Published by Jason Huddle

Jason Huddle, Publisher

Happy New Year and welcome to 2018! This month also begins our 18th year of producing this publication for this community, and we cannot thank you – our readers – enough for your continued support over these many years.

Having said all that, January is a time when we typically reflect on ourselves and resolve to do better in the new year. In this issue, we focus on our collective health, as a community. For instance, did you know that Cabarrus County is a hotbed in the ongoing opioid epidemic that is ravaging our country? We sat down with Cabarrus Health Alliance (CHA) and Concord Police Chief Gary Gacek to get their thoughts on countywide solutions, we well as where the addiction is stemming from and how the public can be educated.

We also look at sleep, a valuable resource for health. Breakthroughs in medicine and dentistry are providing help to those with sleep disorders. And on a holistic level, naturopathy is assisting those looking to de-stress while eating better and managing weight.

So take a moment to put your feet up and read this month’s edition – but only for a moment. We have work to do, together, to become a more healthy and vibrant community. Given what we’re doing already, I’d say we’re well on our way!

 

Happy New Year!

 

Jason Huddle

CLICK BELOW TO READ THE FEAUTER ARTICLES FROM THIS MONTH, OR READ IT FROM COVER-TO-COVER!

The Opioid Epidemic: Hooked

 









Sleep: Early to Bed, Early to Rise?

 














Naturopathy: First Do No Harm

 









Don’t Get Stranded on the Sideline of Life

 


January, '18

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