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Nashville Stamp

Five best health and fitness deals in Nashville

By Editor

With studios and health centers slowly opening up in Nashville, we have curated the top five Groupon deals currently available in the region, so you can experience new treatments or activities – for less! Hot Yoga East Nashville Have you always wanted to try hot yoga? Visit this East Nashville studio for an introduction to […]

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20 ways air travel will never be the same

By Paul Rowney

If you thought traveling by air was a sometimes difficult experience, it may become much worse post-COVID. The airline industry, while desperate to get you back flying is also acutely aware that it can be a prime environment for the spread of the virus, and between them and the airports you can expect a raft […]

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Are we sanitizing ourselves too much?

By Paul Rowney

Many years ago, I ran a children’s entertainment center, with a special area for youngsters and toddlers. One day I received a phone call from an irate mother claiming her child had ‘caught an infection’ after playing there. When I asked how she knew the infection was from my play center she answered: “Because it’s […]

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Going vegetarian in Nashville

By Makenzie Jones

Living in the food culture that we do, it has become almost like a competition for the most eco-friendly, Instagram-worthy, health-encouraging menu to appeal to the most people, no matter what meal of the day or genre of cooking. The Nashville community is very proud of its growing population and beautiful parks, both of which […]

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30 of the best ideas to keep your love life alive

By Jane Smith

There’s no shortage of advice out there online, magazines, books, radio on how to have a great relationship. To save you time finding them, PURE Living has selected the best suggestions provided by experts and members of the public. Do your own thing. While it’s great to spend time together, it’s also important to have things […]

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All Tennessee state forests now sustainably managed

By Editor

There is good news for Tennessee’s beautiful state forests, as all 15 state are now certified by the Sustainability Forestry Initiative (SFI). The Tennessee Department of Agriculture’s Division of Forestry announced that all state forests—covering 168,359 acres—adhered to the forestry management practices. This independent certification assures that forests are managed sustainably, which is essential for […]

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New Nashville non-profit seeks common ground

By Editor

A new non-profit organization ‘Common Ground Network’ seeks to build bridges between individuals and communities. “Our mission is to help people discover what they have in common with others in order to find solutions to the conflicts they face, which in turn enables them to be more successful and fulfilled in their individual lives and […]

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Anti-racist resources for parents and children

By Editor

In the current climate, there has been much discussion on the subject of race within the United States and across the globe. Healthline.org has compiled a comprehensive list of resources, including books, social media platforms and organizations that are working to guide parents and children on anti-racism, diversity and society. Coretta Scott King Book Award […]

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The ins and outs of COVID-19

By Sheila Johnson

As the pandemic situation gradually becomes more stable, we are learning. The facts are slowly revealing themselves, and our world is adjusting. At the same time, there is a lot of confusion as to what is truth and what is fiction. Here are critical information and resources to help you navigate the ins and outs […]

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Counseling + Running = Running Therapy

By Natae Feenstra

Health is holistic. It is essential that both the mind and body are considered for wellness. From a mental perspective, counseling is a service embraced as a positive change agent. From a physiological perspective, running brings well-known physical benefits. Additionally, running supports mental health. Running Therapy, a combination of counseling and running, can be a […]

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The Heimerdinger Foundation – supporting Nashville’s most vulnerable

By Katharine Ray

Living through a pandemic has tested us all and left us uncertain about the next steps and how to plan our lives.  How does a nonprofit, which counts on fundraisers as a revenue stream, plan on securing the funds it needs to support its mission? The Meals 4 Health and Healing program of The Heimerdinger […]

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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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