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WMAQ- TV Channel 5 - TBALiat Ben Yakov interviewed on Cranial Sacral Therapy. WMAQ- TV Channel 5 - TBALiat Ben Yakov interviewed on Cranial Sacral Therapy.

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NBC Weekend Show (WMAQ-TV) – March 4, 2007 - 6:30 amChicago Healers practitioner and Certified Living on Live Food Teacher, Ntombi Dix, will be on air discussing Foods for Fabulous Skin. NBC Weekend Show (WMAQ-TV) – March 4, 2007 - 6:30 amChicago Healers practitioner and Certified Living on Live Food Teacher, Ntombi Dix, will be on air discussing Foods for Fabulous Skin.

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NBC (WMAQ-TV) – February 7, 2007, 6:45 a.m. Morning NewsChicago Healers practitioner, Certified Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist, Teresa Zeigler, L.A.c was featured on the morning show with the NBC5 Fitness Team. NBC (WMAQ-TV) – February 7, 2007, 6:45 a.m. Morning NewsChicago Healers practitioner, Certified Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist, Teresa Zeigler, L.A.c was featured on the morning show with the NBC5 Fitness Team. Teresa presented heart healthy tips for mind, body and spirit for National Heart Awareness Month in an informative, active segment!Link: www.nbc5.com/

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NBC (WMAQ-TV) - November 11, 2004Therese M Rowley will be talking about children who exhibit behavior that has been diagnosed as ADD/ADHD often have very sensitive nervous systems. That means that their environment and relationships play an even more important role in their development than is true for other children. NBC (WMAQ-TV) - November 11, 2004Therese M Rowley will be talking about children who exhibit behavior that has been diagnosed as ADD/ADHD often have very sensitive nervous systems. That means that their environment and relationships play an even more important role in their development than is true for other children. The external factors that parents have control over, including food, exercise, and entertainment choices, will go a long way to supporting a gentler experience for families who include these children. In addition, there are ways to help a child with their homework and educational experience so that it boosts learning and self esteem1. Food sensitivities include: milk and milk products; wheat; refined sugar and processed foods - especially those with preservatives and food coloring. Staying with organic fresh fruits, vegetables and grains are most helpful. Simple things can help, like putting out a tray of vegetables and dip on the table for after school snacks. Healthier alternatives to snacks and even dessert options are available through health food markets and even health-oriented restaurants. (like the Whole Foods, Wild Oats, Chicago Diner, Karyns, etc.).2. Exercise not only offers an outlet for the excess energy that many of these children exhibit, but exercise oxygenates the brain which is essential to the child's development. In addition, martial arts and yoga exercises - done at a very early age on - can help children focus better. These exercises also help coordination and bringing more into balance the speed of their energy with their body.3. Each child learns differently. If parents can continually notice and ask themselves, "What is my child good at? What is my child drawn to?" then they have one clue about how to help them with their homework. For example, if a child is more relationship-oriented than numbers oriented, then make the numbers into children or teddy bears and talk about math in those terms. It requires parents to apply their own imagination in interpreting homework in a way that most interests their child. There are even simple tools to help children feel more in control, like drawing a spiral and having the children trace the spiral with their fingers when they begin to feel overwhelmed.4. Studies are now showing that the less television the better for those under two years of age. Since these children have more sensitive nervous systems, violence and wildly fast video games may negatively impact them and make it even harder for them to focus. Entertainment that includes exercise and movement are best. The more peaceful their surroundings, the better able they are to cope with the noise and over-stimulation already going on inside them.Link: www.nbc5.com