Posted on September 5, 2012 by Natural Awakenings
Taking the Whole Toolbox Approach
What is functional medicine, and how does it differ from traditional care? Discover how this evolutionary approach searches for and addresses all factors—environmental, nutritional, biochemical, emotional and social—that can underlie and create health symptoms and challenges.
Filed under: Featured Articles, September 2012 | Tagged: evolutionary approach, functional medicine, health, health symptoms, mental-health, science, toolbox approach | Leave a Comment »
Posted on July 10, 2012 by Natural Awakenings
Plant Pathologist Don Huber Reveals the Risks
Noted plant pathologist and Purdue University Professor Emeritus Don Huber, Ph.D., speaks out internationally about the risky business of biotechnology.
Filed under: Health Brief, July 2012 | Tagged: biotechnology, climate, Don Huber, GMO, nature, plant pathologist, plant pathology, Purdue University, purdue university professor, science, university professor emeritus | Leave a Comment »
Posted on April 17, 2012 by Natural Awakenings
Studies Show Improved Well-being
Regular practitioners experienced higher levels of well-being, improved cognitive functioning and less inflammation.
Filed under: April 2012, Healing Ways | Tagged: cancer, cognitive functioning, health, inflammation, medicine, mental-health, Qi Gong, Qigong, research, science, well-being | Leave a Comment »
Posted on April 11, 2012 by Natural Awakenings
A Conversation with Frances Moore Lappé
Cultivating an ecological worldview can uplift us from disempowerment and despair to empowerment and hope.
Filed under: April 2012, Wise Words | Tagged: disempowerment, eco, ecological, ecological worldview, environment, Frances Moore Lappé, politics, science | Leave a Comment »
Posted on April 9, 2012 by Natural Awakenings
Lessons to Help Lighten Future Footprints
Guiding children in Earth-friendly principles is a rewarding goal. Fortunately, there are many ways to make green living a feel-good, easy and fun habit.
Filed under: April 2012, Featured Articles | Tagged: children, environment, green, Green Living, health, nature, science, transportation | Leave a Comment »
Posted on March 29, 2012 by Natural Awakenings
Nature’s Wake-Up Set to Snooze
Global warming has caused several species of bees to emerge earlier in spring, signaling a potentially worrisome trend.
Filed under: Global Brief, March 2012 | Tagged: bees, environment, global warming, nature, plants, pollinators, science, species of bees, spring, weather | Leave a Comment »
Posted on March 16, 2012 by Natural Awakenings
New Sleep Study Findings
Teens that log more sleep hours perform significantly better in mathematics and physical education classes.
Filed under: Health Brief, March 2012 | Tagged: education, health, mental-health, performance, physical education classes, research, science, sleep, sleep study, teens | Leave a Comment »