Displaying items by tag: October 2019

Chiropractic Care Boosts the Immune System, Image: Multiple studies have shown that chiropractic care has a beneficial effect on pain control. However, new research indicates that it may also...

Spinal Solutions Spinal Solutions
Chiropractic Care Yields Unexpected Results

Chiropractors are often perceived as back pain specialists, but optimal chiropractic care treats the whole person from the inside-out, starting with the nervous system. This means practitioners can...

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Slow Food Takes Root Slow Food Takes Root
Global Movement on Fast Track

The global Slow Food movement is fast gaining momentum, uniting more than 100,000 people in 150 countries with a shared passion for delicious food and a moral conviction about the people and places that sustain it. It satisfies foodies’ hunger for...

Jenny Odell  Jenny Odell
on the Importance of Doing Nothing

Jenny Odell, a visual artist and writer based in Oakland, California, is known for her creative use of second-hand imagery from Google Maps, YouTube, Craigslist and other online sources. Her work has been...

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Moving Toward a Circular Economy

When Yale researcher Reid Lifset began working on waste issues on a life cycle basis—from “cradle to grave”—it was mostly the world’s geeks and nerds that paid attention...

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Goats on the Yoga Mat

When 50 to 60 strangers gather in a barn for their first goat yoga experience, it’s a bit awkward and there’s not much interaction—until the goats come in...

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The Art of the Nap The Art of the Nap
Unplugging From Life Without Apology

Children, four-legged family members, Thanksgiving overeaters and the occasional squirrel on a branch have mastered an art that eludes most of us, and they engage in it without...

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Meditative Training Helps Kids Thrive

"When I feel like I really want to get angry and yell, I sometimes, like, take deep breaths. My brain slows down and I feel more calm and I’m ready to speak to that person.” Those self-aware words come from a 5-year-old...

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Paws to Consider Paws to Consider
Best Friends Waiting for Homes

Wade Breunig, of Buckeye, Arizona, had lost his marriage, his job and his house. To combat depression, he went to the local animal shelter to adopt the first cat that “talked” to him. As if on cue, a 2-year-old black cat...

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Apothecary & Co Announces Related Products, Hours and New Podcast
New Integrated and Herbal PharmacyHillary Howell, Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) is announcing modified hours for Apothecary & Company, her integrative and herbal pharmacy in downtown Oxford. They stock essential vitamins, supplements, herbs, a new pharmaceutical-grade hand sanitizer and...


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