Vol. 9 Nbr. 6, July 2008
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- Wellness at every age.
- Familiar healing techniques for every age: instinctually grab that throbbing muscle? Curl up with Buster when feeling blue? These familiar acts can help you heal.
- The healing power of writing from life: psychoterapist Jennifer Johnson shares how getting our stories down on paper can help us get through difficult times.
- What's gender got to do with it? John L. Wilson Jr., M.D. points out gender's role in health as we age and offers up lifestyle interventions that may help us reverse the course of our chromosomes.
- Living with cancer? You can get a massage: and, it may be one of the most beneficial things you can do.
- Are you burning up your body's resources? Dr. Lorraine Parker shares specific herbs and other tips that can help soothe your inflammation.
- Homeopathy, healing and transformation: Jane Tara Cicchetti, RSHom, (NA), CCH, shares the wisdom of a time-honored healing tradition.
- Flowers' edible powers: Eve Davis inspires you to grow flowers for more than just show.
- Calling all locavores!(live local ... New Life Journal's latest department for sustainability news right here at home.) (www.carolinalocalfood.org) (Brief article)
- Habitat goes green.
- Get involved for state support of solar.
- A taste for truffles: Susi Gott Seguret shares the secret of where these culinary gems are hiding out locally.
- On top of our mountains: explore problems with steep slope development and what you can do to stop it with DJ Gerken.
- A healthy blueprint for America: Michael Figura explains how we can all age in place with a little sustainable planning.
- Perfect pocketed apron: craft this summer staple with Barbara Zaretsky.
- Solar series: part 3: the future of solar energy production.
- A win win meal plan: Chef Rosanne Koteles-Halapin shares how to create meals appealing to all the generations coming to your table.
- Pam and Phil Hardin: pet lovers with a purpose.