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Katie Borchert

Treating the Face and Neck with Cupping

The skin is our largest organ. It is our contact with the outside world and it conveys information about our overall state of health. The appearance of our face forms the first impression that is imprinted in other people’s minds, and good qi circulation provides the face with attractive personal energy.  Cupping therapy directly stimulates […]

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Freezing Your Tush Off, Literally

You’ve seen the commercials with the before-and-after photos, but can you really freeze the fat away? The simple answer is, yes. CoolSculpting is a non-surgical treatment that literally freezes fat cells. The procedure is safe, FDA-approved and involves no needles, medications, anesthesia surgery or downtime. CoolSculpting addresses many of the same problems as surgical procedures […]

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James Todd

TV Antennas Making a Comeback

Some of us remember the “old days” when homes and apartments had skinny poles sitting on the roofs with even skinner aluminum or chrome-colored arms sticking out in all directions, wavering in the wind. But, along came cable. Antennas came down. Now, many are going back up – at least in the Quad Cities area. […]

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Planting Wildflowers is Easy

At Watters Garden Center, we often hear questions about wildflowers: When is the best time to plant wildflower seeds? Do wildflowers grow back every year? Do wildflowers need full sun? How do you plant a wildflower garden? Do deer eat wildflowers? Wildflowers are best planted in winter. Plant only perennial wildflower seeds to come back […]

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