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2012 October

  1. Patients and survivors heal through movement and community
    “My neck is tweaked.” “My hips are killing me — they’re so tight!” I’ve heard students grumble about a lot of legitimate aches...
  2. Why buying in bulk can be good for you wallet — and your waist!
    Warehouse stores, such as Sam's Club, Costco and BJ's, have gotten a bad reputation when it comes to shopping for nutritious,...
  3. A Q&A with EarthTalk, republished with permission.Q. Dear EarthTalk: How can I find out which seafood to avoid if I am...
  4. An excerpt from 'Meals That Heal Inflammation'
    Let's face it: Chronic pain may be directly affected by the foods you eat on a daily basis.Take white sugar, which I'll compare...
  5. An excerpt from 'Imperfect Spirituality: Extraordinary Enlightenment for Ordinary people'
    Often self-criticism is our default pattern. We believe that by being hard on ourselves, we'll become better. This thinking is...

2012 September

  1. Unsightly cellulite is actually fat deposits just beneath the skin. It appears as lumps or dimples, usually near the buttocks and...
  2. Increase your food safety knowledge
    Leading nutrition authorities assert that consuming whole foods is the most effective dietary approach. The more whole, natural...

2012 August

  1. Insight into the yoga style that fits your personality best
    You want to take a yoga class, but the thought of a nearby yogi dripping sweat on your mat keeps you on the treadmill, where your...
  2. Bouncing their way to better grades!
    When balance balls were originally developed in the 1960s for physical therapy purposes, who knew that one day they'd be...
  3. An excerpt from 'Love Has Wings'
    Modern pop culture is obsessed with makeovers. We are told to change our homes, wardrobes, faces and thighs as often as we change...
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