Vol. 10 Nbr. 8, September 2009
- People are talkin', talkin' bout prevention.
- The power of perception: Mimi Hernandez shares how shooing away stress can mean a healthier you.
- A little maintenance goes a long way: naturopath Glenn Ingram Jr. gets you thinking prevention to avoid chronic disease clown the road.
- Protect your pet naturally: the secret to having a healthy dog or cat starts with their skin.
- Homemade herbal medicines: according to Corinna Wood, whipping up tinctures and infusions is easy as pie.
- Preventing Alzheimer's: Dr. Elizabeth Pavka explains what nutrition's got to do with it.
- Fitness on top of dysfunction: Brian L. Schwager reveals the fallacies of exercise performance and what you can do to avoid injury.
- Mushrooms: doctors of the woods: Zev Friedman shares a fungus that can help keep you and your environment healthy.
- Savor your true nature: Ruth Gonzalez takes you to the True Nature Country Fair.
- Sustaining sites and search engines: Mary Anne Bennick clicks her way to websites that have everyone's well-being in mind.
- DIY home improvement: you don't have to be scared to tackle some projects on your own, says contractor Terry White.
- A partnership for sustainable development: Mike Figura outlines the recent agreement between three powerful government agencies that have joined forces to pursue sustainability.
- Paper mache in a new way! Juniper Cooper shares how you can turn paper scraps into a candle holder that's a work of art.
- Farmers receive help to promote their crops.
- Irene Wortham Center adopts green initiatives.
- Local Wi-Fi on the rise.
- NC Arboretum unveils green wedding program.
- Corinna Wood: gathers together herbs and people ready to learn about them.