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Take Action to Reduce Pesticides in Scottsdale

Approximately 160 communities in more than 20 states restrict the use of toxic pesticides. Scottsdale BELIEVE, a grassroots group of Scottsdale residents, is working to make Scottsdale the first in Arizona.

What Do Your Toes Know?

The story of our lives, with all its twists and turns, appears in a place many of us wouldn’t think to look—our toes.

Earth Day Spotlights Species

This year, the Earth Day Network (EDN) is asking people to join its Protect Our Species campaign to raise awareness of the crucial roles that plants and animals play in the ecosystem and the current threats faced by many of them.

The Journey to Home

If I can give that feeling to one person at every gig I play—because of what that experience gives to them, what it gives to me and in turn, what it gives to the world—if I can be a vehicle of that energy, then I’m doing my job.

Center for Integrative Medicine

Valentin was guided to become a physician in her 50s after coming close to death in the emergency room in 1992 when she hemorrhaged after her third child was born and almost lost her life.

Cutting-Edge Technology at Natural Pain Treatment and Wellness

These all-natural treatments focus on the energy fields of the body on the cellular and tissue level and assist the body’s natural intelligence to heal itself.

The Power of Flowers

Nearly 90 years later, holistic practitioners are opening this energy medicine chest to help clients find their way through emotional issues, traumas and troublesome behavior patterns.

Allergic to the Materials in Your Mouth?

Most home gardeners have already planted their gardens: Jasmine, gardenia and roses are blooming, along with mulberry, cottonwood and ragweed. It’s allergy season in the Valley.

Read More, Need Less

If one of your New Year's resolutions is to live more simply, these books may get you inspired to embrace the joy of letting go.

Menopause and Heart Disease

Often thought of as a “man’s disease,” a woman’s risk becomes equivalent to a man’s starting at age 60. In fact, the numbers rise so greatly for women of menopausal age that the same number of women and men die each year of heart disease in the United States.