Displaying items by tag: June 2021

Traveling for the Planet, Image: elizaveta/AdobeStock.comTraveling for the Planet  
Sustainable Ways to Explore the World  

After more than a year in social isolation, many of us are ready to hit the road, meet new people, fly to exotic locations and enjoy the sights and flavors of anywhere-but-here. Although the travel industry is raring to serve pent-up demand, this unprecedented respite can be an opportunity to reset priorities. When choosing hotels, modes of transportation, places to shop and dine, and other activities, consider their ...

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Relaxed Kids, Image: kornnphoto/AdobeStock.comRelaxed Kids  
Simple Ways to Calm Anxious Children  

It doesn’t take a full-on tantrum for children to experience or exhibit stress. According to licensed school psychologist and spiritual counselor Zemirah Jazwierska, anxiety is a child’s natural response to not having...

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Simple Acts Can Change the World, Image: leszek glasner/AdobeStock.comSimple Acts Can Change the World  
We Can Make a Difference  

It’s easy to feel small and helpless in a world full of big problems, but there are simple, daily actions we can take to change it for the better...

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The Fit Gardener, Image: visivasncAdobeStock.comThe Fit Gardener  
Backyard Workouts Good for Mind and Body  

Both gardeners and researchers know that tilling the soil can lower stress and uplift the mood, and gardening can also foster fitness, burn calories and support heart health. By offering an opportunity for moderate intensity exercise, it provides a challenging workout with aerobic benefits. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...

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Beat the Blues Naturally, Image: rh2010/AdobeStock.comBeat the Blues Naturally  
Drug-Free Ways to Treat Depression  

Lack of interest, low energy, changes in weight, difficulty concentrating and feelings of worthlessness are some of the symptoms that can occur in varying degrees with depression. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, an estimated 17.3 million adults in the U.S. experienced at least one major depressive...

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Vegan Road-Tripping, Image: syda productions/AdobeStock.comVegan Road-Tripping  
Travel Tips for Plant-Based Eaters   

To maximize health and minimize our impact on the planet, a whole-food, plant-based diet reigns supreme. Cooking at home ensures quality-controlled ingredients, but when traveling, extra measures are needed to enjoy healthy options while avoiding...

Integrative Health for Men, Image: Integrative Health for Men  
Natural Approaches for Robust Vitality  

Statistically speaking, living long and well is an uphill battle for most American men. Compared to women, they eat worse, smoke more, drink harder, exercise less and suffer more injuries. They live on average five fewer years than women. At birth, they...

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Create a Dog-Friendly Yard, Image: schulzie/AdobeStock.comCreate a Dog-Friendly Yard  
Plants, Paths and Play Areas to Wag a Tail  

Backyards can be sanctuaries, filled with gardens and landscaping. For homeowners with dogs, consider “dog-scaping”. It’s a term coined by landscape designer Maureen Gilmer of Palm Springs, California, who wrote the...

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Reduce Negative Emotions in the Blink of an Eye, Image: Solution-focused Technique for Stress and Anxiety Reduction 
- yes can be vital to mental health, as demonstrated by the effects of Integral Eye Movement Technique (IEMT). Integral Eye Movement Technique (IEMT) developed from Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) and psychotherapy models after the observation of numerous neurological phenomena that occur during...

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AnyLabTestNow, Rochester Hills, MIWalk-In Breast Cancer Monitoring Among Tests Now Available at
Rochester Hills Business   

Any Lab Test Now offers a test panel to help monitor breast cancer treatment and provides the physician’s order for these tests and an additional 8,000 toxicology, clinical and...

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