Insulin as a Biomarker

Blood sugar regulation is one of the top priorities of the body. Anything that disrupts the blood sugar handling mechanisms will disrupt all aspects of our physiology—metabolically, hormonally and neurologically. This disruption has the power to affect our mood, sleep, …

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Amazing Changes

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 …

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Destination Caldwell Promotes Revitalization

Destination Caldwell is a grassroots, nonprofit organization focused on growing the economic base and vitality of Caldwell. The organization’s activities support downtown revitalization, attracting and retaining businesses, and working with city and community partners to serve and attract an orchestrated …

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Idaho Welcomes Its First Medical College

by Stephanie Dillon When the Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine (ICOM) welcomes its inaugural class this month, the significance will reverberate far beyond its campus. The school is not only Idaho’s first medical college, it is also a college specifically …

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Amazing Changes

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 …

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10 Anti-Inflammatory Foods

Flavorful Ways to Lower Disease Risk by Judith Fertig Any time our bodies sense an “invader”—a microbe, virus, plant pollen or unwelcome chemical—they go into high alert, producing white blood cells to fight it off. Once the danger has been …

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Art that Inspires Action

Artists Work to Save Nature’s Beauty by Avery Mack Eco-art creatively highlights environmental sustainability issues and sparks possible solutions. Mounts Botanical Garden, in Palm Beach County, Florida, hosted Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea, a thought-provoking traveling exhibit featuring …

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Why More Pets Are Getting Cancer

GMO Toxins Permeate Pet Foods by Jeffrey Smith In the late 1990s, the nationally syndicated newspaper columnist, “Animal Doctor” Michael Fox received many letters about dogs and cats with diarrhea, itchy skin and other persistent disorders. He advised all inquirers …

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Better Options than Opioids

Natural Ways to Reduce Pain by Kathleen Barnes Chronic pain affects 100 million Americans, with annual treatment costs reaching $635 billion, according to the Institute of Medicine. Worse, opiate-derived pain medications, conventional medicine’s go-to treatment for chronic pain, are addictive …

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