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Letter from The Publisher

When I saw the photograph of the Rottweiler in this month’s Natural Pet section, I could not pass up the opportunity to share a few memories about my beautiful “rotties,” Jesse and Shiloh.
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Archive »Local Features

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.

Happy Chinese New Year of the Earth Pig

One way the Chinese prepare for the new year is by learning and understanding what the coming year’s energy means and how it will impact them specifically.

Happiness and Your Health

Studies have shown the healthier we are, the happier we are, too. It’s never too late to achieve greater health.

The Future of Dental Imaging Is Here

The diagnostic value of X-rays has always been limited by the fact that we are compressing information about a 3D object into a two-dimensional (2D) image.

Change of Heart

Seven Tips for Giving and Receiving More Love
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Amazing Embrace

The Healing Power of Hugs
Hugs not only feel good, they also boost the immune system and release healing, feel-good hormones.

A Common Heart Song

Whales Point the Way
Just like whales, when we go deep within, we find the common song that unites all beings.

Warming Up For Winter Sports

Sure-Fire Ways to Get Fit
Before plunging into winter sports, we can prepare the body ahead of time by toning up major muscle groups.

Heart of a Woman

The Right Choices Keep It Strong
Heart disease kills a startling one in three women, yet with certain lifestyle and dietary changes, 80 to 90 percent of cases can be avoided.
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News Briefs

Ester Nicholson Hosts Healing Code of Forgiveness Workshop

In this dynamic workshop, you will learn how resentment, which is the remembering, retelling and reliving of painful past experiences, is the number one obstacle to prosperity, fulfillment and well-being.

Kute Blackson—You.Are.The.One. Live Your Life Purpose!

Aren’t you tired of waiting for someone else to solve your problems? Waiting to be happy? Waiting to feel fulfilled?

Full Moon Hike at Lost Dutchman State Park

On Sunday, February 17, and Monday, February 18, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., there will be a guided 2.5-mile hike on Jacob’s Crosscut Trail at the base of the mysterious Superstition Mountains.

Fourth Annual PHX Vegan Food Festival to Be Held February 23 and 24

The family-friendly festival will feature more than 100 vegan and vegan-friendly vendors, including food trucks, restaurants, and packaged food and nonfood products.
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Kudos

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Bug Apocalypse

Sharp Decline Threatens Ecosystem

Fish Revival

Shad Return After 174-Year Absence

Horse Sense

Wild Horses Ride Out the Storm

Bat Cave Rescue

Promising Progress Against Disease

Mind Meld

Translating Thoughts Into Speech

Tips for a Tree-Free Home

Many Ways to Pare Down Paper Use

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See More »Health Briefs

Bitter Melon Eases Knee Pain

Relieves Osteoarthritis Symptoms

Harmful Bacteria Linked to Certain Showerheads

Inhalation of Steam Leads to Lung Infections

Zinc Combo Fights Aging Diseases

Protects Against Oxidative Stress

Ashwagandha Normalizes Hypothyroid Levels

Traditional Ayurvedic Herb Balances Thyroid

The Power of Thank-You Notes

People Underestimate the Message

Walnut Leaves Improve Diabetic Health

Lowers Blood Pressure and Body Weight