Want better air? Here are useful tips for improving your indoor air quality.
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Use this fast and easy tool to ground yourself several times a day.
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It’s no secret that coffee is what drives most people like the gasoline that fuels our cars. We’re not sleeping enough and too busy, so what better... Read More
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Inflammation is a vague term, describing a medical condition that can affect virtually any part of your body. If you suffer from pain or discomfort that... Read More
The news that a tiger in the Bronx Zoo tested positive for COVID-19 is raising questions about interspecies transmission and how to keep our pets healthy.
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No matter what kind of storm life whips up for you, a simple notice-allow-breathe practice can help you find your calm.
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Mindful's Content Director Anne Alexander talks with neuroscientist, psychiatrist, and mindfulness expert Dr. Judson Brewer.
The old proverb about living in “interesting times” needs an update. These... Read More
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From marketing to food and nutritional science, this popular dairy-free alternative succeeds beyond taste.
The first time I heard about oat milk was back in December... Read More
“If we are going to survive as a species worthy of survival, we will have to get beyond the limits of ‘us’ verses ‘them’ and open... Read More
Whole fruits are a great source of nutrients like fiber and hardly have enough fructose to do any harm.
All types of sugars will give us the... Read More
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I definitely do not consider myself much of a baker. To be totally honest, the thought of precise measurements and ingredients scares me. Cooking tends to... Read More
Clinical aromatherapist Dorene Petersen recommends her favorite essential oils to help soothe the itchy nightmare of eczema. Also included is a recipe for a luscious homemade... Read More
The second tier of Coach Wooden’s Pyramid of Success has four blocks: Self-Control, Alertness, Initiative, and Intentness.
Coach Wooden chose to direct his definition of self-control at... Read More
Making change is easier when you build new habits into your existing routine and have compassion for yourself along the way. Here are a few practical... Read More
Fresh, crunchy, and packed with flavor, this versatile salad will wake up your taste buds.
The subtle anise flavor of fresh fennel partners perfectly with sweet-tart apple and... Read More
It is no secret that sleep is one of the most essential habits for health, happiness, and productivity.
Sleep has been shown to do all of the... Read More
It’s hard to be assertive when you’re really worried about the other person’s response. Maybe you’re worried they’ll think you’re being ridiculous and reject you. Maybe... Read More
On surprising health benefits, how much you should consume, and the myths fueling Himalayan salts popularity
If you search “salt and health” or “salt risks” online you... Read More
Begin to lessen the overwhelming emotional response you may be experiencing to the smallest provocation.
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Dr. Stacie J. Stephenson, chair of Functional Medicine at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America, shares ways to support a healthy mind and body as we... Read More
Water is a vital component of life, second only to oxygen.
The human body is made up mainly of water. Calculations show that it should contain 65%... Read More
Do we really need to drink all that water? Are eight 8-ounce glasses a day really necessary for optimal health? The “8 x 8” recommendation is... Read More