Beyond the Adjustment

Beyond the Adjustment

By Joe Stoeckel For those of us who have embraced the chiropractic / holistic world, it is no secret that we benefit physically and emotionally…

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Learning as Pleasure: Why Schooling Doesn’t Work

Learning as Pleasure: Why Schooling Doesn’t Work

By Lauren McClain We homeschool. We’ve had our moments of glory…the learning work that just flows. We’ve also had some rough moments. Days of failure,…

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The Instinct and Willpower of Your Microbiome

The Instinct and Willpower of Your Microbiome

By Tania Rodriguez-Arias N.D It’s all in the gut: bacteria and enzymes to digest our food, the inner feeling that we get about people and…

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Conquering Food Fears

Conquering Food Fears

By Sam Fisher One of the tragedies of status-quo conventional food and farming is the fear and paranoia it has produced among the consuming populace….

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3 Elements to a Healthy Relationship with Your Child

3 Elements to a Healthy Relationship with Your Child

By Lauren McClain William Glasser wrote, “Few of us parents are prepared to accept that it is our attempts to control that destroys the only…

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7 Steps to Naturally Conquer Allergies

7 Steps to Naturally Conquer Allergies

By Peter J. Braglia, D.C. Your body’s lack of ability to properly adapt to the changing environment (in this case the change of seasons) is…

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A Missing Gift for Grads and Most People

A Missing Gift for Grads and Most People

By Aryn Gabai, DC, CACCP The time of year is upon us when families are celebrating the accomplishments of some of our most cherished people-…

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Yes, Your Birth Matters

Yes, Your Birth Matters

Written by Laura Rupp Disclaimer: below is my story. It’s my journey. In no way am I saying that your story is wrong or that…

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Parenting the Unborn and 10 Exercises to Connect with Your Child

Parenting the Unborn and 10 Exercises to Connect with Your Child

By Lauren McClain From the moment we conceive of having a child, we are parents. We needn’t wait until our baby is in our arms…

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Be Still

Be Still

by Janaiah von Hassel For most of my life I have thrived on having too much to do. I’ve often been referred to as a…

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