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I had tremendously tight and sore muscles that were affecting my daily activities and sleep, so I decided to try this type of therapy.
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Sol Flower—A New Dispensary Retail Concept

Copperstate Farms Management LLC has opened two Sol Flower dispensaries. One is located in Tempe at 1322 North McClintock Drive, while the other, a new dispensary retail concept, is at 13650 North 99th Avenue, in Sun City.

Qi

The Force Behind Blood Flow and Higher Intelligence
Interview with Qigong Practitioner Jeff Primack (Part 2 of 2)

Herbs: Nature’s Fountain of Youth

It seems aging is a two-edge sword. At the same time our bodies start aging, we are also at a place in our lives where things are beginning to slow down.

Give Your Brain a Boost

In the United States, there are currently 9.4 million cases of dementia, and that number is expected to rise to 15.8 million cases by 2030. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia.

Healing from the Outside In

Topicals as Useful Health Tools
Modern medicine has made huge strides in identifying and treating disease and illness. It wasn’t that long ago, however, when physicians used leeches and maggots to help hasten the healing process.

Eating the Colors of the Rainbow

Starting at a young age, many people turn their noses up when it comes to eating vegetables. Perhaps it’s the memory of being fed the dull, unseasoned and unappetizing meal.

Natural Healing with BodyTalk

BodyTalk uses the body’s innate wisdom to heal, and is a preventive system that has the ability to help clear many problems before they manifest and cause deeper physical issues in the body.

Good To Know

Beets have a number of helpful vitamins and minerals that can improve a large array of health conditions.
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DIGITAL KIDS: How to Click With Young Techies

Many Silicon Valley executives that design devices and apps have put their own children in tech-free Waldorf schools, reports The New York Times; even Bill Gates and Steve Jobs strictly limited their kids’ screen time.

PET PEEVE

Natural Remedies for Allergies to Furry Friends
Jessica Martinez, a medical assistant and part-time dog groomer in Rockford, Illinois, was growing her family—a husband, two daughters and a young beloved husky.

FAIRY MAGIC

Feeling Their Touch in Nature

The Power of Yoga

Tapping Into the Life Force
Longevity is something most of us strive for, and increasingly, research shows that implementing a consistent yoga practice can be a fruitful investment toward that goal.
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News Briefs

Raise the Vibration Event

Healing Haven Productions LLC presents Raise the Vibration—a day of local musicians, speakers and inspiration—on Saturday, September 7, from noon to 8 p.m., at the Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort, in Phoenix.

Positive Body Language Seminar with David Milgram in Sedona

Join Doctor of Chiropractic David Milgram on Saturday, September 21, and Sunday, September 22, in Sedona for a Level 1 Positive Body Language seminar.

Energy Healing Workshop

Chicks with Spiritual Gifts, in Phoenix, is hosting an energy healing workshop on Sunday, October 6, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

A New Concept in Wellness

The wellness center provides holistic chiropractic care alongside acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).

Natural Awakenings of Phoenix and Northern Arizona Launches New Community Website

Natural Awakenings has unveiled a brand-new, comprehensive online hub for all things healthy and sustainable in the Phoenix metropolitan area and northern Arizona.

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Join in a Climate Strike Event

Sustainable Scrubbing

Tips for Toxin-Free House Cleaning

Cetacean Liberation

Canada Bans Captive Sea Mammals

Growing Pains

Climate Changes Upend Farming

Cola Quandary

Companies Urge Vietnam Recycling Plans

Whale Wipe-Out

Record Numbers Starving to Death

 

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Be Wary of Dental Antibiotics

Preventive antibiotics are frequently prescribed by dentists for older patients with certain heart conditions, but Oregon State University researchers recently found that those antibiotics, which can expose patients to unwelcome side effects, are unnecessary 81 percent of the time.

Lower Anxiety to Ease Allergies

In the study of 1,782 people, they also found that food and drug allergies were unaffected by psychosocial disorders.

Try Maqui Berry for Dry Eyes

Maqui, tiny black berries that grow wild in the rain forests of Chile and Argentina, are beloved by small birds.

Sleep Tight to Keep Ulcers at Bay

About one in 10 Americans develops painful peptic ulcers, open sores in the lining of the stomach and duodenum, that are sometimes caused by an overgrowth of the Helicobacter pylori bacteria.

Soak Up Rays for a Healthier Bowel

Regular exposure to sunlight decreases the incidence of irritable bowel disease (IBD) in children, researchers from the Australian National University report.

Be a ‘Warm’ Parent to Extend Kids’ Lives

Cold or unsupportive mothering styles can harm a child’s health into adulthood, Loma Linda University researchers have found.