I had been living with pain for over a year and a half, seen seventeen different medical doctors. The only solutions I’d been offered were some sort of invasive procedure but that was more like a bandage than a cure. Was there no middle ground?
Located in Dolce vita via Sardinia, Italy’s Island of Myth, this one week retreat is about Love, all kind of Love. Love without compromising yourself.
The microbes living in your food can affect your risk of cancer. While some help your body fight cancer, others help tumors evolve and grow. Gut microbes can influence your cancer risk by changing how your cells behave.
The month of February dedicated to Black history continues to stir controversy. However, we can't continue to ignore the fact that although we have made progress towards racial unity, we still have ways to go towards racial harmony, understanding and tolerance, if not acceptance.
Parents can best support their teens by maintaining connection alongside enforcing structure and discipline. Parents should be on the lookout for signs that might reflect a pervasive mental health issue, since early detection and treatment is crucial.
Shovelling snow is an activity that will have to get done at some point each winter and it’s important to recognize that it is more than just a chore: it’s a vigorous activity similar to running and a great way to be active.
Audition opportunities are available in the long-running acting troupe producing Visions, a powerful play on drug addiction, alcoholism and recovery. The play uses the medium of theater to educate about drug/alcohol addiction, and show that recovery is possible. There is hope.
On Jan. 22, 2023, more than a billion people globally will welcome the Year of the Rabbit – or the Year of Cat, depending on which cultural traditions they follow – as the start of the Lunar New Year.
With some 43 new battery-powered electric vehicles (EVs) debuting in the U.S. this 2023 model year, there has never been a better time to make the switch from your internal combustion gas guzzler to something greener.
Now that Mars is again on the move only two planets — Mercury and Uranus — remain retrograde. Mercury resumes forward motion on Wednesday, January 18th and Uranus follows suit on Sunday the 22nd.
We are what we eat! At first glance, we might take this quite literally, in that the macronutrients in the food we consume make up the composition and the sustenance of our body. Yet, spiritual knowledge reveals that the vibrational content of our food is also crucial to our wellbeing.
Any homeowner can easily make their older house more eco-friendly with these projects that work with any budget. Consider these ideas to make your property greener while retaining its historic charm.
Registration is now open for Girls on the Run, a physical activity-based, positive youth development program that inspires girls in grades 3-8 to be joyful, healthy and confident.
Alcohol Use Is Widely Accepted In The US, But Even Moderate Consumption Is Associated With Many Harmful Effects
This month, millions of Americans are taking part in “Dry January” in an effort to forgo alcohol for a month and cleanse themselves of the excesses of the holiday season.
Laurier University’s 23-year-old Scotty Creek Research Station had become the first Indigenous-led research station in Canada. The event marked another milestone in a remarkable effort by Indigenous people across Northern Canada to address the impacts of climate change.