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Communities Get Creative in Urging Conservation by April Thompson As freshwater becomes increasingly scarce worldwide, communities are coming together to find creative solutions to conserve it. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the average American family uses some 300 gallons of water a day at home,

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Embracing All Dimensions of Well-Being by Linda Sechrist The stories of patients that have experienced healing from chronic illnesses or reclaimed well-being without following conventional medical advice piqued the curiosity of Dr. Wayne Jonas and focused him on researching dimensions of healing that Western medical schools never

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by Erin Lehn Floresca Amazing Changes is a collaborative collection of independent business owners that are dedicated to serving Treasure Valley residents and the business community in the areas of personal growth, business growth and spiritual transformation. All Amazing Changes partners are experienced coaches with special

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by Erin Lehn Floresca CBD (cannabidiol), is one of the most well-known chemical compounds (cannabinoids) found in the cannabis plant next to THC (tetrahydrocannabinol). While both compounds provide a wide range of health benefits, CBD does its job without making people feel “high” or “stoned”. Because CBD

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