Mitigating the Risk of Developing Cancer

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A disturbing fact: As many as 39 percent of all women and men will be diagnosed with some form of cancer in their lifetime. While there is certainly a large genetic component to one’s risk of cancer, experts tell us that more than 85 percent of all cancers are significantly contributed to by environmental pollutants—and humans are releasing more than 700,000 tons of pollutants into our collective air every single day. Continue reading

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Traumatic Impact of Sexual Abuse

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Dr. Darlene Holloway, noted for her skill and experience with colonic irrigation and other detox modalities, has an intimate understanding of the way in which the natural processes of the body can be disrupted by traumatic experience. She founded the Alternative Health Center of Cary in 1992, and nearly two decades later she was the first in her specialty to be named the Colon Therapist of the Year by the International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy. Continue reading

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Massage and the Mind

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Dr. Darlene Holloway has an extraordinary range of training and skills that she brings to her healing work in the Alternative Health Center of Cary, which she founded in 1992.

And she has achieved richly deserved recognition: In 2009, she was named the Colon Therapist of the Year by the International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy the first to hold that honor. Soon after, she joined the organizations Board of Directors and continues to be recognized for exemplary service in her field. Continue reading

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A Master of Movement

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It’s not an exaggeration to say that Darlene Holloway, a naturopathic doctor, is a master of movement.

Founder of the Alternative Health Center of Cary, she has devoted decades of her professional life to moving toxins out of bodily systems to create human havens for health.

In the process, her work and skill have been widely recognized. In 2009, she was named the Colon Therapist of the Year by the International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy—the first to hold that honor. Soon after, she joined the organization’s Board of Directors and continues to be recognized for exemplary service in her field. Continue reading

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