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Why your child’s sleep habits matter

March 19, 2015

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Why your child’s sleep habits matter by Dr. Nicholas Meyer —  It may be hard to believe, but the fact that breathing is fundamental to life is becoming more widely acknowledged. It is humorous to even think about that statement, but the truth is that poor sleeping/breathing habits, which include snoring — or worse — […]

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The polarities of self-healing

March 18, 2015

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The polarities of self-healing by Cassandra Whitfield —  One of the immutable laws of the universe is the law of polarity. It says that everything has an identical opposite or pole — good and bad, hot and cold, north and south. Though there are two sides to everything, when things seem to be complete opposites, […]

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Gymnosphere: Song of The Rose

March 17, 2015

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Gymnosphere: Song of The Rose by Jordan De La Sierra — In the world of avant-garde, experimental, acoustic-ambient, early New Age music, this recording is legendary. In 1976, De La Sierra sat at a specially tuned piano and recorded this music that includes the reverberations from the inside of the solid-stone Grace Cathedral in San […]

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The 1-2-3 get-ready-for-love plan

March 16, 2015

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The 1-2-3 get-ready-for-love plan by Elaine Taylor —  When anyone asks my dignified, stiff-upper-lipped husband how a guy who has been an investment banker in financial capitals of the world — London, Tokyo, Hong Kong, New York — ended up blissfully hitched to a broad from red-white-and-blue Texas, he deadpans in his clipped British accent, […]

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10 tips to lose belly fat — for good

March 15, 2015

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10 tips to lose belly fat — for good by Paula Owens —  Liposuction, hundreds of sit-ups, planks and crunches, core workouts, the latest infomercial gadget, fat burners, the newest celebrity diet — all promise flatter, well-defined abs. In reality, they deliver little to zero return on your investment. Belly fat is composed of two […]

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putalittlemoreloveintheworld

March 14, 2015

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putalittlemoreloveintheworld by Bob Sima — Based in consciousness and imbued with spiritual wisdom, the album is a cornucopia of spiritual insights with rich tones and textures encased in easy-to-fall-in-love-with melodies. The songs are completely accessible with unforgettable, life-enhancing messages that seed transformation in many minds and in the collective consciousness. The genre-crossing songs show musical […]

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Get the lead out

March 13, 2015

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Get the lead out by Dr. Fred G. Arnold —  The Centers for Disease Control classifies lead poisoning as an environmental disease. Even though it has been known for centuries that lead has detrimental health risks, it has continued to be utilized in a variety of ways. The ancient Romans used the term “plumbism” to […]

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Homemade juice for better health

March 12, 2015

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Homemade juice for better health by Joanne Henning Tedesco — If you have been overwhelmed by trying to eat your “five-a-day” servings of fruits and vegetables, the government has some news for you — forget five a day, more is even better. The good news is that there is a quick and easy way — […]

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Garden Blessings: Poems, Prose and Prayers Celebrating the Love of Gardening

March 11, 2015

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Garden Blessings: Poems, Prose and Prayers Celebrating the Love of Gardening by June Cotner — This book is an eloquent tribute to the wonders of the garden, a place where our souls are nourished and memories have grown. Our gardens grow us, and this moving collection of readings takes us through every season and down […]

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Vitamin cocktail for youthful skin

March 10, 2015

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Vitamin cocktail for youthful skin by Jeannie Marcelino —  It seems that French women never age. Some say it is the wine they drink, the cheeses they consume and possibly the French chocolates and pastries they indulge in. All may be true, but scientifically, a more logical explanation can be given for their ageless beauty. […]

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Standing on one leg — hint to dementia

March 9, 2015

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Standing on one leg — hint to dementia by Joanne Henning Tedesco —  A study by researchers at the Medical Research Council has found that balancing on one leg may indicate if a person is at risk of dementia or stroke. The scientists found that an inability to stand on one leg for more than […]

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A Book of Miracles: Inspiring True Stories of Healing, Gratitude and Love

March 8, 2015

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A Book of Miracles: Inspiring True Stories of Healing, Gratitude and Love by Dr. Bernie S. Siegel — Siegel first wrote about miracles when he was a practicing surgeon and founded Exceptional Cancer Patients, a groundbreaking synthesis of group, individual, dream and art therapy that provided patients with a “carefrontation.” Compiled during his more than […]

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All You Need is Less: The Eco-Friendly Guide to Guilt-Free Green Living and Stress-Free Simplicity

March 7, 2015

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All You Need is Less: The Eco-Friendly Guide to Guilt-Free Green Living and Stress-Free Simplicity by Madeleine Somerville —  Did you know that wool dryer balls work like magic to keep your laundry fluffy, without coating your clothes in animal fat that store-bought dryer sheets leave behind? They are simple to make and a fun […]

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