Ayurveda
May22

Ayurveda

The Indian tradition of Ayurveda (eye-yor-vay-duh) is the world’s oldest known form of medicine. It is largely a preventive medicine and health care system that provides a clear and concise regimen for people to naturally restore balance and health in their minds and bodies. Read full story

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Snails and Beauty?
May13

Snails and Beauty?

South Korea, home of the 17-step skincare routine, has a few things to teach the world about beauty. With their ritualistic quest for mastery and innovative cosmetics industry, South Koreans take their skin care seriously and it shows.  Not all of their generally youthful appearance is due to treatment of the skin, a lot has to do with genetics and melanin.  Read full...

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Train your Brain
May06

Train your Brain

Taking from top performing athletes in their regimented approach to body fitness and awareness, several studies have suggested that the same techniques are helpful in promoting mental agility.  The goal is to train your brain to anticipate but not overreact to unexpected stress. In the physical realm this means pushing through the pain on those last weight sets or for a kayaker anticipating whitewater transitions and staying calm with...

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Boomers and Wellness
May02

Boomers and Wellness

Baby Boomers – the generation of those born between 1946 and 1964 – number 80 million and account for 44% of the households with annual incomes over $75K, representing a significant amount of disposable income and purchasing power. Read the full...

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