Health And Wellness
Jenny Flores | Jul 14, 2021
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Karta Purkh Singh Khalsa | Dec 28, 2020
Kris Wetherbee | Nov 16, 2020
Jaclyn Chasse | Nov 12, 2020
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Desiree Bell | Nov 12, 2020
Photo by Getty Images/Helin Loik-TomsonTracking TicksTick-borne diseases in the U.S. are on the rise. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the number of counties considered high-risk for Lyme disease increased by more than 300 percent from 1993 to 2012. Just from 2016 to 2017, there was an increase of over 10,000 in reports of tick-borne ...
Haley Casey | Mar 6, 2020
Dr. Judith Boice | Dec 3, 2019
Jj Yosh | Dec 3, 2019
Lydia Noyes | Jun 4, 2019
Maria Noel Groves | Oct 9, 2018
-Advertisement- Caring for the Environment, Animals and Ourselves Sponsored by Derma E June 2019 What does clean beauty really mean? Many are aware of what it is to be eco-friendly and cruelty-free. Most of us do our best to make a conscious effort to do our part in preserving our planet and the animals. But, can you say the same about ...
Ask 10 people today about their thoughts on cannabis, and then prepare to listen to 10 different answers. Despite being part of a national dialogue for decades, the controversy over this plant still leaves many of us with more questions than answers.Hemp-derived cannabidiol (CBD) oil is an increasingly prevalent ingredient in supplements and wellness products on the market, but ...
Lydia Noyes | Sep 29, 2020
We’ve all felt the calming effects of nature—how being outdoors amid the trees, fresh air, breezes and birdsong helps us slow down and bring our bodies and minds back into rhythm. Michelle Dalbec experiences this every time she hits the wooded trails near her home in the Berkshires, a rural region in western Massachusetts. Dalbec—a yoga instructor and educator at Kripalu ...
Valerie Latona | Jul 29, 2021
Staff | May 17, 2021
-Advertisement- Sponsored by Derma E When it comes to hair care, one size does not typically fit all. Thinner hair types typically tend to need lightweight products and too much moisture can weigh the hair down or leave it looking and feeling oily. Kinky, coiled and curly hair types tend to need heavier creams and oils to maintain adequate moisture. There are also low ...
Staff | Jun 30, 2021
Sometimes known as garden heliotrope, valerian is one of the most fragrant perennials you can grow. Its rounded clusters of pale pink blooms perfume the garden and indoor bouquets for up to six weeks in early summer. But valerian is much more than a pretty flower. Its roots contain compounds with calming effects so potent that valerian sometimes is called "poor man’s valium." ...
Barbara Pleasant | Sep 22, 2021
Photo from Adobe Stock/Family BusinessFreedom from overfeeding may sound totally counterintuitive, but too much food is unhealthy, and poor health is a freedom inhibitor. Being overweight can have a whole range of negative health effects for dogs. It can cause inflammation, heart disease, arthritis, ligament and muscle injuries, breathing problems, and liver disease, all of which ...
Marc Bekoff and Jessica Pierce | Oct 27, 2020
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