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Five tips for detoxing the body

By Erin Judge

Did you know that your body absorbs the toxins and unwanted organisms from the air, your food, and anything else you are exposed to throughout the day? These toxins and organisms can cause damage to your body’s cells, tissues, and organs. It is vital for the body to remove them before they cause harm. This […]

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10 books about Nashville you should read!

By Paul Rowney

Nashville has a rich cultural history, and has been the subject of various books and novels. Here, we highlight our top 10 books (both fiction and nonfiction) that discuss notable Nashvillian figures, use Music City as a background, or highlight interesting places in the city. NASHVILLE – Scenes from the new American South Nashville celebrates Nashvillians’ […]

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You can help a child in need

By Brittany Farrar

With schools closed since March – and most summer activities and camps being canceled – many children are spending almost all day, every day at home. And not every kid has a safe home, causing a potentially dangerous situation for children and the whole family. Keep an eye out for abuse and neglect Everyone is […]

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Questions you need to ask your Doctor

By Paul Rowney

On average, you have just 11 seconds to talk to your Doctor… on your marks… get set… go! Doctors are busy people, and not all are best at communicating with you, their patient, so if you want to leave your appointment (in person or ‘virtually’) happy then it’s up to you to ask the right […]

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Why you should try float therapy

By Zane Ritter

Float Therapy is one of the best ways you can experience deep relaxation to allow your mind/body system time to relax, recharge, and recalibrate. Often times the mind and body are thought of as separate from each other but they are very much connected. The food we eat, exercise, music, hobbies, entertainment, sleep patterns, etc., […]

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Nashville Stamp

How the wellness community is helping during Covid-19

By Kenny Bailey

As the pandemic began to create a significant impact on population health and businesses were required to shut down, the wellness community responded. Within days, virtual classes were formed, fitness studios started renting out equipment, and the industry did everything they could to maintain a positive attitude during this seemingly bleak time. The response by […]

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At home abs with Trainer Lindsay – Tabata style!

By Lindsay Bennett

Lindsay Bennett is a celebrity trainer in Nashville and was selected as one of the World’s Top 10 Trainers of 2019. Her successful fitness approach doesn’t just come from years of experience as a trainer, but her own personal experience in the world of fitness. As a collegiate Track & Field athlete, she trained with […]

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Support a CSA! Buy locally-grown food today

By Paul Rowney

Now is the time to try some locally grown food – it’s healthier for you and the planet. Before rushing off to your local store to stock up on food, consider a healthier option by supporting a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) provider. Or sign up to have some delicious meat and vegetables delivered by one […]

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Best practices for healthy living in quarantine

By Jenn Nestler

If you’re someone who finds yourself going to the pantry 87 times per day or your Netflix is asking, “Are you still watching?” then keep reading! I’m here to tell you that you’re not alone and there are some easy ways to still stay healthy while cooped up in your home. We’re all going stir […]

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Keeping your pets comfortable in summer

By Editor

The summer months can be uncomfortable—even dangerous—for pets and people. It’s difficult enough simply to cope with rising temperatures, let alone thick humidity. The Humane Society of the United States offers its advice… To keep your pets safe and cool this summer, follow our tips for helping everyone in your family stay healthy and comfortable […]

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Vanderbilt alumni create platform for sharing frontline stories

By Vibhu Krishna

Faces of the Frontline is a COVID storytelling platform with humanity at its heart. As a community member, consider nominating your frontline hero, and if you are a frontliner yourself, you are encouraged to share your story — narratives, poetry, paintings, songs, any artform of your choice. We hear from one of its co-founders. Here […]

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Allergies, allergies everywhere

By Jane Smith

It’s that time of year again. For those of you suffering from environmental allergies, Spring can be bad news. And for those of you with food allergies, well, you have to live with them all the time.  But why do so many more people seem to suffer from both now, compared to those who did […]

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