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Topical BioMedics' Newsletter Dedicated to Natural Healing and Wellness--New Issue Available Online
Date:12/23/2012

Rhinebeck, NY (PRWEB) December 21, 2012

The new issue of Natural Healing, Natural Wellness is now available to the public online, free of charge. Published by Topical BioMedics, Inc., Rhinebeck, NY, the quarterly newsletter is now in its third year and focuses on natural ways individuals can live healthy, vibrant lives. It features informative articles and tips from experts in such diverse areas as nutrition, green living, massage therapy and fitness, stress management, aromatherapy, dream work, and other disciplines, as well as insights from Lou Paradise, president and chief of research, Topical BioMedics. The newsletter can be accessed on the homepage of the company’s website, http://www.topricin.com.

In this new issue, Mr. Paradise—who invented Topricin® Pain Relief and Healing Cream—writes about “Preventing Backpacks from Becoming a Back Pain.” The feature offers tips to help parents prevent backpacks from giving children back pain/injuries.

Other contributors include:
-- Annie B. Bond, author and green living expert, who gives instructions for clearing clogged drains the natural way;
-- Massage therapist and aromatherapist Joan Apter recommends organic essential oils that release the “Inner Muse;”
-- Radio talk-show host and certified dream work facilitator Doug Grunther describes the role active imagination plays in reflecting on dreams;
-- Authors and stress management experts Nancy Butler-Ross and Michael Suib give simple instructions for a 60-second relaxation break;
-- Former professional body builder, fitness expert, and massage therapist Laurie Towers offers advice on helping children gravitate toward healthier food choices and exercise;
-- Roufia Payman, nutritionist at Northern Dutchess Hospital, Rhinebeck, NY, recommends a “Non-diet” strategy for a lifetime of healthy eating
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