Month: January 2019

Ken Page on Making Love Last

by Emily Courtney Ken Page is a licensed clinical social worker, psychotherapist and author of Deeper Dating: How to Drop the Games of Seduction and...

Essential Oils for Pets

How to Use Them Safely by Sandra Murphy Essential oils are derived from plant-based sources, leading people to equate natural with safe; but that’s not...

A Common Heart Song

Whales Point the Way by Mark Nepo Just as whales are born with an instinct for the deep, we are born with an impulse toward...

What’s Your Meditation Style?

Find the Right Practice for You by April Thompson More Americans than ever before are seeking the benefits of meditation, which notably improves mental, physical...

Amazing Embrace

The Healing Power of Hugs by April Thompson  Hugs don’t just feel good; they do good. A simple embrace can boost our health and mood,...

Soothing Anxious Kids

Natural Remedies Restore Calm by Marlaina Donato Kids and teens have always had plenty to be stressed about, such as family finances, parental bickering, the...

Bitter Melon Eases Knee Pain

Bitter melon (Momordica charantia), a spiky, cucumber-shaped fruit, has traditionally been used in Asian countries to lower blood sugar. Now, researchers at Universiti Sains Malaysia...

Investing for Good

How to Align Money With Values by April Thompson How we spend our money is important, but how and where we save it matters just...

Bug Apocalypse

Sharp Decline Threatens Ecosystem Insects around the world are in a crisis, and a new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of...