Take a Cerebral Spin

Cycling for a Healthier Brain  by Marlaina Donato  Hopping on a bicycle on a beautiful day or taking a spin class at the gym offers proven cardiovascular benefits like lowering cholesterol and blood pressure. Now, growing research shows that it …

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Eco-Camping

Keeping It Earth-Friendly August is prime time for camping out in the woods or at a music festival. Communing with nature or enjoying the beat outdoors for extended periods can stress the environment—but with proper planning, it doesn’t have to. …

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Wild and Wonderful

Foraging for Foodies  by April Thompson There is such a thing as a free lunch, and it awaits adventurous foragers in backyards, city parks, mountain meadows and even sidewalk cracks. From nutritious weeds and juicy berries to delicate, delicious flowers …

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‘Scar Clearing’ Available in Boise

Laura Rader, owner of Healing the Sole, has trained at the Kinesiology Institute to “clear” scars and reopen any meridians affected by a scar. The Chinese have been using acupuncture meridians for thousands of years, and each is named after …

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The Grace of Abundance

Five Practices to Create a More Abundant Life by Meriflor Toneatto Abundance means plenty—a flowing of love, vitality, wealth, joy, prosperity, success and more. GRACE is an acronym representing five practices that can magnify abundance in all areas of life, …

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