by Marie Tyndall
The right to emergency obstetric services for life-threatening complications is fundamental to saving lives in Latin America. Childbirth should be safe and empowering for women and children alike; our future depends on it...
Editor's Note: Nothing can be more important to start an organic life than a birth without the intrusion of drugs, unwanted chemicals, and a safe place to deliver a child...
by Cynthia Chatfield
If we can learn to communicate with our bodyminds, we can tap into our body’s own language to better understand and facilitate healing. Pert has come to believe that emotions are the key to coordinating all the parts of us into a harmonious and healthy whole.
by Denise Austin
To get the most out of your workout — and avoid an injury — make sure to avoid these six common mistakes, say experts from the American Council on Exercise...
Editor’s Note from Bess Coble: This week’s Fitness Tip is from Denise Austin, an Everyday Health expert.
Exercise & Fitness
Editor’s Note from Susan Lutz: Puppies deserve organic too! Here's a simple treat for the little four-footed friend in the house. Some treats mentioned in the video have even been sent to our brave canines fighting along soldiers in the military in Afganistan. Beware: Cute puppy footage will be viewed!
Editor's Note from Wendy Wells: Are your children's favorite foods poisoning them? Dr. Crinnion is an expert in environmental expert and a naturopathic physician. He tells us what to watch for in our food and why it matters.
by Andrea Beaman, HHC
“It’s impossible,” they say. “You are the healthiest person I know. How can this be?”
That’s what I hear from folks when they discover I have a cold or flu, or more recently, a virus that can cause laryngitis...
Editor's Note from Neda Smith: It seems like everyone today has the flu. If you are one of them or know someone, please pass Andrea Beaman's great recommendations. She is providing us with some great herbal remedies to help you with your ailments and get you through the season. Believe it or not, even us health gurus get sick too.
by Charles David Heineke
Despite the dangling participle in the title of this essay, about which my favorite high school English teacher would cringe, and I too, perhaps you’re wondering why I would ask that question in the first place, and why I feel that it’s important for you to answer it in the second place...
Editor´s Note from Tina Rayner: As Charles David Heineke states, "Just as the Old Testament refers to the name of God as, “I Am,” so also do our, “I am” statements become our name, or definition of ourselves. When we make one of these statements to ourselves, we are defining ourselves by that declaration, regardless of whether it’s true or not!" How many of us are aware of what we are declaring and thus creating with our, "I am" statements? "I am rich." "I am poor." "I am always tired." "I am always abundantly healthy." WE choose!
Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: A traditional farmer turns organic when his pigs turn sterile after introducing GMO corn. There are no special effects, yet the story is real. Animals have suffered; families lost their way of life: and threats, corruption, and control push to rule the way we eat. The right to health is not only stake, but the right to freedom, safety, and security.
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