Displaying items by tag: September 2020

Finding the Right Tune for Pets Finding the Right Tune for Pets  
Music Calms the Animal Soul  

The mood of dogs and cats can be improved by hearing the right kind of tunes, but it’s important to choose their music wisely, because they ...

Happiness Helpers Happiness Helpers  
Five Ways to Be More Positive  

Studies show that when we see the positive more often, we’re happier and kinder to ourselves and to those around us. Luckily, we’re not locked into one way of...

Sandra Marinella: Sandra Marinella:  
The Healing Power of Writing Our Stories  

Sandra Marinella has empowered thousands of people to use stories, poems and journal writing to find greater well-being and resilience in their lives. Prompted by a breast cancer diagnosis and her own...

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Raising Resilient Kids Raising Resilient Kids  
How to Help Them Bounce Back  

Studies show that when kids are resilient—having the ability to recover quickly from difficulties—they are less fearful and anxious, more confident and empathetic, and better able to handle cataclysmic events like...

Natural Antivirals Natural Antivirals  
Help in Staying Strong and Healthy  

In these sobering times, we must use every weapon in our arsenal against invasive viruses, including often-overlooked natural remedies with antiviral properties. As is also the case with...

Yoga for Every Body Yoga for Every Body  
Adaptive Ways Ease Pain and Immobility  

Taming chronic pain, restoring energy reserves, improving heart health and relieving symptoms of depression and anxiety are only a few of the science-backed perks of spending time on a yoga mat. However, misconceptions about...

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Spice Up Health Spice Up Health  
Using Herbs for Flavor and Medicine  

Herbs add lush flavor to all kinds of dishes, and they are culinary friends that bring the benefits of helping to restore and maintain health. “Food is medicine, and herbs bring out the medicinal properties of food...

Emotional Well-Being in the Pandemic Age Emotional Well-Being in the Pandemic Age  
Self-Care Strategies for Tough Times  

As the pandemic ravages our country, we are engulfed by a sea of challenging emotions, including fear, loss, anger, disappointment and grief. Compounding the suffering, past emotional traumas and pent-up...

Are You Growing Weeds or Flowers? , Image: People Gravitate toward Their Dominant Thoughts 
- Let’s spend some time examining how what is on your mind affects what is in your life. Take out a pen and paper, and write down what you think about all...

5 Tips for Longevity and Anti-Aging by Dr. Doug Cutler and Holly CutlerTherapies to Rejuvenate, Detoxify and Revitalize Your Body   
It is estimated that up to 70% of people are chronically dehydrated. IV Nutrient therapy can optimize hydration levels immediately, as well as deliver...