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Turquoise: The Lucky Stone

Written By Allison Prater | For thousands of years, Turquoise spanned all cultures, prized as a symbol… [read more]

Turquoise: The Lucky Stone Turquoise: The Lucky Stone


It Has Amazing Things to Say Written By June Milligan, M.Ed., CCHt, PLR | When you’re experiencing… [read more]


Understanding Synchronicity

Written By Andy Drymalski, EdD | Synchronicity is a concept developed by the Swiss psychiatrist, Carl… [read more]

Understanding Synchronicity Understanding Synchronicity

Enhancing Your Immune System For Better Health

Written By Dr. Tony Jensen It’s that time of the year, when your immune system is kicking into overdrive.… [read more]

Enhancing Your Immune System For Better Health Enhancing Your Immune System For Better Health

Dangerous Virus Defense

Written By Michael Gerber, MD, HMD | Ebola and Others With Ebola virus in the news, along with… [read more]

Dangerous Virus Defense Dangerous Virus Defense

December Issue

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Publisher’s Letter | December 2014

Happy December and Merry Christmas! As a child, reaching the month of December was very exciting, it was the end of another year and the best holiday of all: Christmas. It was a month filled with … [Read More...]

Book Reviews


The Science Behind The Secret

Decoding the Law of Attraction By Travis S. Taylor, Ph.D. Reviewed for Healthy Beginnings by June Milligan, M.Ed., CCHt, PLR | If you’ve been reading about and following the Law of … [Read More...]

Our Popular Articles


What Are Essential Oils?

Submitted By Carol Christian, RAHCC | Essential oils are natural aromatic compounds found in the seeds, bark, stems, roots, flowers, and other parts of plants. They can be both beauti­fully and powerfully fragrant. If you have ever enjoyed the gift of a rose, a walk by a field of lavender, or the smell of fresh […]

What you can’t see, can harm you.

Submitted By Catalytic PURE AIR LLC | On average, we take 24,000 breaths each day. That is close to 3,000 gallons of air, per day. Since we spend about 80 percent of our time indoors, it is important to know the contaminants that affect our indoor air quality, and health. These contaminants include: particulates: solid […]


Don’t Let Your Bag Get You Down

Written By Dr. Tony Jensen | Think the computer you’re carrying around, the big purse with everything but the kitchen sink in it, or the books and school supplies that your child is carrying in a backpack slung haphazardly across one shoulder are harmless? Think again! Strain to the body from carrying bags that are too […]



Echinacea Named for the prickly scales in its large conical seed head, the Native American medicinal plant, Echinacea, resembles the spines of an angry hedgehog (echinos, Greek for hedgehog). Echinacea can be recognized by its tall stems, bearing a single pink or purple flower and a central cone that is usually purplish-brown in color. The […]


Gluten-Free Lifestyle

by Christine David | For many people who have celiac disease, food sensitivities, or food allergies, eating and living happily in our society can be a quite a challenge. Food has great significance in our culture, and is a central piece of social interactions in our schools, workplaces and nearly every social event. It is […]


Phuket, Thailand

By Lauren Birtwhistle Having a difficult time enjoying the cold weather this time of year? Day dreaming about hopping on a plane to a warm island getaway? Thailand has the place for you. Phuket is an island of Thailand that is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. As the temperatures […]

Music Training Helps Your Learning and Memory

Bless Your Kids with Music Education  Submitted By Tahoe Piano Lessons | Music training is good for the brain. Nina Kraus, a prominent brain researcher at Northwestern University, says that “music training leads to changes throughout the auditory system that prime musicians for listening challenges beyond music processing.” The research in her laboratory and that from […]


Anti-Cancer Drugs Make Tumors More Deadly

Written By Robert A. Eslinger, D.O., H.M.D. | Just imagine you were diagnosed with a cancerous tumor, and your doctor told you that his/her proposed treatment could reduce the size of your tumor by 30 percent, but at the same time increase your chances of developing secondary tumors by a whopping 300 percent! That is […]


Test Your Environmental IQ:

Take Our Plastic Recycling Quiz By Alison Rogers Think you know a lot about plastics and how to recycle them? Take our quiz to find out. 1. How many types of plastic are there? A:  seven B:  eight C:  fifteen D:  fifty 2. Which types of plastic are accepted at most recycling centers? A:  # […]


Excessive Barking How to Control Unwanted Vocalization

Your neighbors have complained a number of times and it’s gotten to the point where you need to find a solution. Why is my dog barking so much? Barking is a perfectly natural behavior in dogs but to a certain extent. There may be reasons behind why your dog is looking for attention. We have […]