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Three foods that can reduce anxiety in children

By Editor

The United States is currently facing a large-scale mental health crisis, with roughly one in five children suffering from a behavioral, emotional, or mental disorder in a given year. Effectively preventing and responding to mental health problems is only possible with support from parents, teachers, coaches, and other adults. That said, the impact of food […]

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15 unusual health conditions you’ve never heard of

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A new report highlighted several unusual health conditions that impact peoples’ lives around the world. Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva  (FOP) is a progressive genetic disorder that turns soft tissues into bone over time. However, mutations of this gene can allow ossification to go unchecked throughout a sufferer’s life, even turning skeletal muscle into the bone and […]

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From caveman to philosopher: How meditation changed my life

By Cameron Harman

Cameron Harman is the founder and host of the Hermit Radio podcast. For as long as I can remember I have always wondered what my place in life is. I certainly didn’t think I would be reading books about Buddha and different levels of consciousness. One thing was clear and that was my sense of […]

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COVID-19 and the Fall school semester

By Brittany Farrar

As has been the case for months, the positive COVID-19 case numbers are changing hourly. August marks the standard start of schools from kindergarten to college, and most parents are in the midst of making the decision to send their kids to school or have them learn virtually. There’s truly no right or wrong answer […]

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Aligning your mind, body and spirit

By Jake Brown

A few years ago, I was experiencing a lot of nerve issues in my body. It scared the hell out of me because one moment I would feel okay, and then the next moment my arm would be tingling and then my skin would start to feel like it was on fire. This would come […]

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Three reports that demonstrate the reality of climate change

By Paul Rowney

With some countries – including the United States  – unilaterally ignoring attempts by the rest of the world to tackle climate change and the causes of it, the scientific community continues to highlight the dangers and the subsequent rise in sea levels. Three recent surveys and reports published by long-established and respected organizations provide exceptional […]

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Balancing the mind-body connection

By Rachel McCraken

Do you ever feel a disconnect between your mind and body? Studies have shown that our thoughts do indeed affect our bodily well-being, and how you think is often how you feel. A healthy balance between the mind and body is an achievable goal through receiving alternative wellness methods such as Massage Therapy and Reiki […]

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Need more energy? The answer may be in your diet

By Isabella Young

Isabella Young of Nourished Routes highlights how important food and nutrition is to your daily energy levels. There is no doubt people are in search of ways to maximize and gain more energy. With the continual fast-paced speed of life, it can often feel like there isn’t enough energy in the tank to make it […]

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Moving forward with conflict resolution

By Kimberly Best

Our world changed in a very short period. There is a lot of conflict right now – within ourselves and outside of ourselves. And while none of us like conflict, except maybe us conflict managers, conflict is a sign that something needs to be changed; that there is a problem or problems that need to […]

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New initiative to help Nashville’s women during COVID

By Editor

The New Beginnings Center (TNBC) has announced a new partnership with Agrin Health. This partnership will provide clients of TNBC access to Agrin Health’s Health eBiography® web-based health record application. The New Beginnings Center has been serving economically disadvantaged women in the Nashville area since 2011 by providing them with world-class nutrition, lifestyle and fitness […]

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Tennessee ranked one of worst states for children’s healthcare

By Editor

A new survey by WalletHub compared the 50 states (and the District of Columbia) across 33 key indicators of cost, quality, and access to children’s health care. Tennessee’s overall ranking is 41st. Breaking down the numbers further, Tennessee is ranked the worst state for children’s nutrition, physical activity and obesity, 22nd in oral healthcare, and […]

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Systemic detoxification – Getting to the ROOT of the problem

By Editor

The term “Detox” has taken over the health and wellness world. We know we are polluted, but do you know how polluted and how to get these toxins out of the areas of the body where they do the most damage? From juice cleanses to detox challenges, liver flushes to colon cleanse, different supplements to […]

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