10 suggestions that will simplify life

“Simplify, simplify.” More than a century after Henry David Thoreau uttered these words, his plea for simplicity has more significance than ever before. We work hard and play hard, filling nearly every moment with activity. Most families believe they need …

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Nurture Family Bonds: At Home Activities

Families that come together and share positive experiences build strong family relationships. They cultivate a strong family bond by experiencing positive emotions and uniting through common experiences. Here are some easy to implement ideas to help families with children of all ages to develop relationships, build communication …

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Hope Re-kindled

Have you recently observed young children playing in the park or a baby learning how to walk? Typically, there is an abundance of determination, optimism, and a sense of hope as they attempt to master the task, fail, and try …

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THERMOGRAPHY

Frequently Asked Questions with Debbie Cleaver October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Debbie Cleaver, DITI clinician and owner of Thermography of Idaho, shares questions often asked at her practice, along with informative answers. What is medical digital infrared thermal …

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Jenny Odell on the Importance of Doing Nothing

by Julie Peterson Jenny Odell, a visual artist and writer based in Oakland, California, is known for her creative use of second-hand imagery from Google Maps, YouTube, Craigslist and other online sources. Her work has been exhibited locally and internationally, …

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Aysha Akhtar on Our Symphony With Animals

by Julie Peterson As a neurologist, Dr. Aysha Akhtar wanted to acknowledge that medicine has largely overlooked our relationships with animals and their impact on our health. As a survivor of childhood sexual abuse and bullying, she gained strength and …

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