All posts tagged: health and wellness resource center

Health is the NEW Wealth: AWAREMed and Dr. Dalal Akoury, MD

Health is the New Wealth from Dalal Akoury “You can not be wealthy unless you are healthy.” Kind of like the chicken and the egg, which comes first? If you have enough wealth to buy the best in healthcare, would that make you healthy? Wealth may give you better odds, but you can’t buy health. It takes much more than expensive prescription medications and countless visits to the doctor to create a healthy environment within your body. Where are you investing your money? The stock market? Real estate? Diamonds? Gold and Silver? What are the advantage of good financial investments if you aren’t healthy enough to enjoy the profits? Or, if all the profits of your hard-earned money are spent on doctor visits and prescription drugs? With our environment filled with new toxins every day, and a society who is eating “supersize” portions of fast food, we stand at a crossroads, not only as a whole, but as individuals who are battling obesity, chronic pain, cancer and other lethal and uncomfortable conditions.  Our lack of …

Dr. Dalal Akoury, MD and AWAREmed Offering Flu Season Special Through November!

  As the annual “flu season” approaches, are you taking the proper precautions? Are you wondering whether you should take the conventional approach and get a flu shot and risk the side effects? The H1N1 virus, or “swine flu” has been declared a pandemic according to the CDC and WHO, but there are other ways to combat the onset of the flu, or to diminish the symptoms, available at AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center.   Through the month of November AWAREmed is offering a discount on natural flu prevention, just in time for flu season, for $150 per visit on Tuesdays and Thursdays.    Dr. Dalal Akoury says, “When the immune system is functioning at an optimal level, it is easier for the body to either fight off an infection altogether, or to get it under control more quickly.” A person is contagious from the day they become infected, before they are even sick, and up to a week or more afterward. It’s best to take necessary precautions throughout the flu season to avoid infection and …