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PUMPING IRONY: Why Bother?

By Craig Cox
As the most recent — and virulent — of COVID variants spreads across the country, U.S. seniors have mostly ignored the available boosters. Is it time to increase our vigilance against a pandemic that refuses to retreat?
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How Spirituality Can Improve Health

By Craig Cox
Research indicates that incorporating spirituality into a person's care produces a better chance of recovery.
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NATURAL MENTAL HEALTH: Overcoming Deep Fatigue

By Henry Emmons, MD
If you’re still exhausted after getting plenty of sleep, it’s possible your adrenal glands need some support.

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What Is Periodization Training?

By Andrew Heffernan
Learn how to minimize fitness plateaus and perform your best by using periodization.
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What Is Food Combining and How Can It Help My Health?

By Helen Martineau
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9 Kitchen Gadgets That Are Worth the Hype

By Kaelyn Riley
We’re living in the golden age of kitchen gadgets and gizmos. Consider adding one of these to your repertoire or gifting one to the cook in your life.
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Sheet-Pan Breakfast: Sweet Potato Nests With Oven Bacon

By Robin Asbell
Use shredded sweet potatoes and cabbage to make a nest and then bake an egg in it and top with bacon!
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A Meditation on Choosing to Love — Even When It’s Difficult

By Spiwe Jefferson
It’s not always easy to love the people around us or the tasks required of us, but mindfulness meditation can help us exercise affection even when it feels difficult.
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What Is a Behavioral Addiction?

By Alexandra Smith, MA, LPCC
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Paulina Porizkova on Grief, Aging, and Timeless Beauty

By Claire Connors
The author, actress, and iconic supermodel gets real about aging, beauty, and the experiences that shape who we are — and who we become.
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When Should I Use Whole Spices Versus Ground Spices?

By Camille Berry
There is quite a difference between whole spices and ground spices — and it can bring your cooking to a whole new level when used correctly.
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5 Ways to Build Community

By Kara Douglass Thom
Belonging, author Radha Agrawal believes, is a basic human need, like food, water, and shelter. Explore five ways to find and build yours.
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How Can I Prevent Getting Sick When Traveling?

By Mo Perry
Start by boosting your immune system with these simple strategies.
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What Is Curry Leaf and How Do I Use It?

By Camille Berry
Curry leaves are a fresh herb picked from curry trees and are used differently from curry powder. Learn more about this often overlooked herb.
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What Is an “Energetic Boundary”?

By Jane McCampbell Stuart, MA, LMFT, CPCC, RMFT
If you have ever entered a room and picked up that something wasn't quite right, that's your energetic boundary at work.
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