Healing Properties of Nature, Music, and Laughter in Children's Media

Healing Properties of Nature, Music, and Laughter in Children’s Media

By Sara Wiseman Parents and grandparents are always seeking ways to help kids wind down. Yet so often the common choice: putting on a movie—actually…

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Art and Your Connection With The Silence Within

Art and Your Connection With The Silence Within

By Lauren McClain All of us come to some crossroads in our lives where we want to identify the difference between our heart and mind….

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To Prevent Illness: Love, Stress, and Microbes

To Prevent Illness: Love, Stress, and Microbes

By Lauren McClain What makes a strong immune system? Can you strengthen your family’s immune system? At this time of year, we’re all considering the…

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Food with a Relationship

Food with a Relationship

By Sam Fisher, farmer As we know, many social events include food to some degree, and society has come to subconsciously expect relationships with friends…

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7 Practices Great for Your Emotional Health

7 Practices Great for Your Emotional Health

By Natalie Sager, Certified Holistic Healer, Certified Pilates Instructor 1. You are what you think Our thoughts consume us. All day. Everyday. We think about…

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Omnivores Versus Herbivores

Omnivores Versus Herbivores

By Sam Fisher Since the “Why Grass-fed”  article in the last E-news, an acquaintance (not an E-news subscriber) made a rather snide remark that he…

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Consistency Is Key

Consistency Is Key

By Janaiah von Hassel In December of last year, I wrote an article “Sensory Sensitivities and Chiropractic Care” which was featured in the most recent…

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A Brief Analysis of 3 Diets

A Brief Analysis of 3 Diets

By John Marc Paleolithic Diet   The Paleolithic diet stands on the shoulders of our ancient foremothers and forefathers who existed before the advent of…

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Who Knows What's Good or Bad

Who Knows What’s Good or Bad

By Jennifer Araza, BS in Child Development We don’t always understand why certain things happen. At times it could be so easy to be mad,…

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I Don't Self Soothe, Why Should My Baby?

I Don’t Self Soothe, Why Should My Baby?

By Janaiah von Hassel When my first son was born I remember attending to every cry so instinctively that I was almost on autopilot. Those…

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