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New survey reveals a precarious future for our children

By Paul Rowney

In a major new global survey conducted by the World Health Organization and UNICEF, a grim picture is painted for how our children will survive in the future. The report begins: “Climate change, ecological degradation, migrating populations, conflict, pervasive inequalities, and predatory commercial practices threaten the health and future of children in every country. In […]

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Seven inexpensive & healthy eateries in Nashville

By Veronica Williams

Healthy eateries are springing up all over Nashville and beyond, so we asked our writer Veronica Williams to nominate her favorites. Make sure to try any of these great spots next time you are in a bind and the drive-thru seems less than appetizing. 1) Juice Bar Locations: Green Hills, Berry Hill, Hillsboro, Germantown, Franklin, Cool […]

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Loved Dry January? How to drink mindfully this year

By Editor

Dry January – the initiative where you refrain from drinking alcohol for the month of January – has grown in popularity in recent years. Often to counter-effect the indulgent month of December, the idea of removing alcohol from your life for a month signifies a fresh start to the year and is also an excellent […]

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Hi, Hello, Hola Yoga in East Nashville

By Khrystyne Baltodano

I was first introduced to yoga when I attended a class at my local gym. Like many women, I walked into my first yoga class with the goal of burning calories and losing weight. But that was over a decade ago and, thankfully, my understanding of yoga (and body image) has evolved immensely. In the […]

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Codependency: Why it kills relationships, and how to start healing

By Elizabeth DeVaughn

Relentless people-pleasing. Frequent rumination and obsession about relationships. Constant worry about what others might be thinking of you. Deep feelings of inadequacy and insecurity. Not knowing who you are… If these behaviors and feelings resonate, then you may struggle with codependency. The good news is that codependency is not a death sentence. It’s merely a […]

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Nashville Stamp

Cooking with kids is a superpower

By Emily Capo Sauerman

When people ask me what I do, I tell them the short answer: I run a nonprofit that helps kids learn to cook. I get some looks of confusion, and mostly looks of, “That’s nice, dear.”  It’s understandable that people react this way. If someone is not interested in cooking, or finds it enjoyable as […]

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An insight into the Enneagram

By Editor

The Enneagram personality test has emerged as a hugely popular model and tool for individuals to understand themselves and communicate with others. We explore the new craze for knowing ‘your type’… If in the last year, you have heard friends, colleagues or family members referring to themselves as a single digit number, or a ‘type’, […]

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Nashville Stamp

Eight Nashville restaurants for your late night (or early morning) munchies

By Veronica Williams

  From old time institutions to new late-night eateries, Nashville has its fair share of late night hot spots. From pizza to Nashville’s world-famous hot chicken, your late night munchies are sure to be satisfied at these spots. Veronica Williams reviews eight of them. 1. Cafe Coco Neighborhood: West End Open 24 hours Thursday, Friday, […]

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Nashville Stamp

New Nashville fitness studios to try

By Editor

Nashville’s fitness scene is growing each year, and several new studios have opened in the city that add to the varied selection of workout options. Here, we highlight four new places to visit in Music City that you should try out! Rukus Cycling A brand new indoor cycling studio for Nashville. You can enjoy 30, […]

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Nashville Stamp

How to make oat milk

By Editor

  The rise in ‘alternative’ milk has reached an all-time high. As more people turn away from traditional dairy products, it can be confusing to know which product is right for you. Many people are choosing to drink almond milk, but here the issues is the amount of water that almonds need to grow. According […]

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Nashville Stamp

Can your baby really sleep through the night?

By Kristen Deaton

Kristen Deaton is a Certified Sleep Sense Consultant. Kristen helps exhausted parents teach their children how to get the sleep their bodies require so the whole family can enjoy this season of life that was designed to be fulfilling. Her real job is to create a safe space free of judgement for parents to share […]

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Healthy hearts in Tennessee

By Charles Jones

Charles Jones, MBA is a Senior Patient Services Specialist and Administrative Assistant, for the Eskind Diabetes/Endocrinology Clinic in Franklin, TN and a Volunteer, Wellness Commodore for Health Plus, the Vanderbilt Health and Wellness Program for Faculty and Staff. Here, he discusses his commitment to healthy hearts in Tennessee, and how our community can support projects […]

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