Displaying items by tag: October 2021

Protecting, Enhancing and Celebrating, Clinton River Watershed Council's 50th Anniversary Kick-off Event   
Clinton River Watershed Council (CRWC) is celebrating a half-century of protecting, enhancing, and celebrating the Clinton River, its watershed, and Lake St. Clair. In lieu of the non-profit’s traditional annual meeting, CRWC is inviting the community to join them for a special 50th anniversary celebration at Yates Cider Mill in Rochester Hills on Wednesday, Oct. 6....

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Chiropractors Offer Integrative Approaches To Enhance Healing, Image: Chiropractors Offer Integrative Approaches To Enhance Healing  
Diversity Leads to Better Patient Outcomes  

Traditionally, spinal manipulation has been the focus for doctors of chiropractic, adjusting the spinal column with a variety of manipulation techniques to improve posture, relieve pain and promote general health. These days...

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Water Scarcity Woes, Image: den VIII/AdobeStock.comWater Scarcity Woes  
A Global Problem That’s Getting Worse   

Water scarcity is a legitimate concern. It is true that the hydrologic cycle, the process in which the Earth circulates water throughout its ecosystems, is a closed-loop cycle that neither adds nor takes away water. In theory, the amount of water on Earth will...

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Cannabis and Canines, Image: monicaclick/AdobeStock.comCannabis and Canines  
How Cannabidiol Benefits Dogs   

Struck with severe arthritis, Topper, a 7-year-old Ibizan Hound, was in such pain he could hardly walk. He had to be carried outside to eat or use the bathroom, and medication wasn’t working. On a friend’s recommendation, his...

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Buy Nothing, Image: Buy Nothing  
Neighborly Groups Share More and Waste Less   

The average American creates almost five pounds of solid waste per day, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Only 26 percent of Americans...

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Michaeleen Doucleff, Image: photo by Simone Anne Michaeleen Doucleff  
on Ancient Teachings for Modern Parenting  

National Public Radio (NPR) science correspondent Michaeleen Doucleff literally searched the world to learn how to be a better parent. She learned how to raise kind and helpful children, and detailed the journey in a...

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The Quiet Power of Intuition, Image: prostockstudio/AdobeStock.comThe Quiet Power of Intuition  
Using this Sixth Sense to Endure & Prosper   

Albert Einstein considered knowledge secondary to intuition and inspiration, and modern visionaries like Steve Jobs, Oprah Winfrey and Steven Spielberg have all endorsed the practical magic of...

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Walk About, Image: grigory bruev /AdobeStock.comWalk About  
Simple Steps to Well-Being  

People that wear a fitness watch get a little buzz on the wrist as a reminder to get more steps in each hour, but many ignore the simple opportunity that exists to exercise upright for free anytime and anywhere...

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Less Stuff, More Joy, Image: max3d007/AdobeStock.comLess Stuff, More Joy  
Ways to Live Simpler and Lighter on Mother Earth  

When holistic wellness coach and personal trainer Sergio Rojas saw his contract with a trucking company terminated by the pandemic, he and his wife Krista turned it into an opportunity to step away from a life of too much stuff and over-scheduled activities...

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Healthy Breast Basics, Image: 3kstudiok/AdobeStock.comHealthy Breast Basics  
Lifestyle Choices to Lower Disease Risks  

One in eight women in the United States develops breast cancer in the course of her lifetime. “Notably, only five to 10 percent can be blamed on inherited gene mutations, and merely 13 percent of women with breast cancer have a first-degree relative with a history of disease...

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