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November 2014

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Keeping Skin Healthy and Hydrated During Winter

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by Beth Carpenter, ND

As cooler temperatures return, our skin naturally seems drier. Sometimes it seems that no matter what we put on our skin, within minutes it is dry again. Our skin is the largest organ of our body, and it’s referred to our third kidney. If our skin is not staying hydrated, taking a look at ways to remedy and hydrate thirsty skin will help us feel better and look younger, no matter the season or climate.

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Be a Hero for a Hero to Welcome Soldiers Home

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The Welcoming Your Soldier Home Project is sponsoring Save a Hero, an event created to provide a safe and supportive environment for returning combat veterans to share their experiences of wartime trauma with the community and bring to light the heartbreaking truths of suicide that exists among veterans and active duty service members. The discussion will take place from 6 to 9:30 p.m., November 19 at One World Theater, in Austin.

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Community Spotlight – Deer Lake Lodge & Spa, Helping People Transform Their Lives

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by Sheila Julson

During his teenage years, Shaun Carson, director of marketing at Deer Lake Lodge & Spa, had the opportunity to travel and immerse himself in other cultures. He experienced Germany and the Netherlands through a foreign exchange student program, which piqued his interest in a career in the resort industry. He loved talking to people and sharing experiences, thus making him a natural fit for the Deer Lake team.

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