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Oh how I jumped for joy when I heard the news that there was, in fact, a salt that was good for my health. But wait. Isn’t salt a huge no no? A dietary poison of sorts, contribut…
We all have headaches—and, thus, often just accept them. But what is actually causing that pounding head? And what is it trying to tell you?
The intuition’s most important role is that it alerts us to the path, people, and circumstances that we will uniquely find fulfilling.
Anything going on inside your body will eventually appear on the outside—and your fingernails are a prime place for these changes to manifest.
Next time you hit the grocery store, look out for the real stuff in your tea.
Six questions for professional animal communicator Maia Kincaid.
Your worst fear about your toothbrush is… true. Sorry, germophobes, but a new study presented at the annual meeting of the American Society for Microbiology confirmed that fecal ma…
Saray Stancic, MD, board-certified physician and the subject of the documentary Code Blue, explores what's missing in medicine and chronic illness treatment.
New research shows that our brains’ gray matter holds secrets to understanding ourselves.
This is the time of year -- and pretty much the only time of year -- when the plural noun "resolutions" comes into frequent usage. Suddenly every blog, magazine and TV talk show ex…
Not everyone excels at flights of fancy, but for those stuck on the ground, maybe fantasizing can become a useful practice.
Take a look at the concept of a Change Club. It might inspire you to start your own.
Feelings can linger long after an experience and can affect how we remember it.
“Creating this simple practice has been a great help to me. As I lean into it, I see where I am hooked into negative thought patterns about myself or others and recognize what I need to let go of. I also see what brings me joy.”
What’s going on in our brains with that running monologue?
Yoga teachers often refer to the pelvis as “the junk drawer of emotions.” To let go of past emotional states, you have to let the hips get unstuck.
Going to Israel isn’t like visiting any other country. The idea that you are literally walking in the footsteps of the patriarchs, matriarchs, kings, judges, disciples, prophets, s…
When Shakespeare’s Juliet asserted that “a rose / By any other name would smell as sweet,” she likely got it wrong. At least, that’s what the devotees who adopt spiritual names eve…
Cardiologist Mimi Guarneri, MD, goes to the heart of words and breath.
When we see people in need of help, do we respond in the way that a friend, brother, or sister would? If not, we can and must do better.