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[caption id="attachment_6503" align="alignleft" width="214"] HBRH/Shutterstock.com[/caption] Practicing Intentional Self-Love by Scott Stabile It’s not enough to wish for more self-love. We must be intentional about creating it and commit to loving ourselves by practicing these habits every day. Don’t believe our thoughts. Our minds lie to us all the

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Regenerative Agriculture Takes Aim at Climate Change by Yvette C. Hammett Most people have never heard of regenerative agriculture, but there’s plenty of talk about it in the scientific and farming communities, along with a growing consensus that regeneration is a desirable step beyond sustainability. Those that are

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[caption id="attachment_6475" align="alignleft" width="60"] koosen/Shutterstock.com[/caption] Artificial Light Tied to Inflammation Fluorescent lighting is one of the most common sources of artificial light, but new research from Texas State University suggests there may be unexpected consequences at the genetic level. Team member Ronald B. Walter says, “Over the

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[caption id="attachment_6469" align="alignleft" width="271"] Evgeny Atamanenko/Shutterstock.com[/caption] Preparing Kids for the Future by Meredith Montgomery Today’s children have more opportunities to change the world than ever before. Teenagers are organizing global activism movements, LEGO lovers are mastering robotics and young entrepreneurs are launching successful businesses before they’re old enough

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  [caption id="attachment_6472" align="alignleft" width="300"] Kletrt/Shutterstock.com[/caption] Reefs to Get Their Day in Court Critical habitat is threatened for 12 coral species in Florida, the Caribbean and the Pacific Ocean, while all corals worldwide are experiencing dramatic declines due to the impacts of climate change, pollution and overfishing. The

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