February 2008

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Global Briefs

Huge News

The people have spoken and put their governments on notice—in the fight against global warming, we’ll not be spectators.

Going Green

For anyone who hasn’t heard the cheer ringing coast to coast, a bill was finally passed into law paving the way for a cleaner energy future.

Minutes Count

Lisa Hepner of Oregon is intent on helping at least 100,000 of us develop the habit of meditating while waiting.

Ocean SOS

Japan's illegal whale slaughtering continues to expand. Do your part to help stop the illegal killing of whales by signing a petition.

Emerging Hope

Leading world thinkers will gather for Human Forum of the Alliance for a New Humanity to discuss assessing the various forces now changing our world for the better in order to scale up and unite them in a symphony of transformation.

Minnesota Rocks

The North Star State is pointing the way to safer beauty products with its ban on mercury in mascara and eye liner as well as other toiletries and fragrances.

Home Sweet Home

Eco-celebrity Brad Pitt is leading the charge to restore New Orleans’ Lower Ninth Ward the right way—with environmentally-sound, affordable, storm-safe housing.
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Health Briefs

For Kisses So Sweet

Better than Peppermint

This Tea Lowers Cholesterol

Naturally Improve Your Heart Health

Keep Love Alive

Talk a Walk

Sexy, Feminist & Romantic

A New and Improved Look at Feminism

Paradigm Shift of the Heart

A Study of Near-Death Experiences
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More and more people are turning to Reiki thanks to wider adoption of this method of stress reduction and healing, including in such traditional medical settings as hospitals, medical clinics and hospice programs.
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Fit Body

Yoga for Depression

Every day, millions of Americans turn to medication for relief from debilitating depression. A holistic treatment for depression can be found on the yoga mat.
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Conscious Eating

Managing Moods with Foods

It’s not our imagination—more people these days are in “pissy” moods. Folks are more irritable, angry, anxious, impulsive and distracted than they used to be. Learn how the mounting stresses of modern life and the deterioration in eating habits are to blame.
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Green Living

The Dawn of CD/DVD Recycling

Now that America has the hang of recycling paper and plastic, it’s time to begin recycling our CDs and DVDs. We can do it for free courtesy of The Compact Disc Recycling Center of America.
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Emotional Well-Being

International mind-body health authorities and renowned medical doctors share some practical steps to create and maintain emotional balance and freedom in our relationships.

Master the Dream of Your Life

In his book, The Four Agreements, a New York Times bestseller, don Miguel reveals the source of self-limiting beliefs that rob us of joy and create needless suffering.

A Conversation with Stephen Post

A discussion with Stephen Post, founder of the Institute for Research on Unlimited Love and author of Why Good Things Happen to Good People.
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Wise Words

A Conversation with Stephen Post

A discussion with Stephen Post, founder of the Institute for Research on Unlimited Love and author of Why Good Things Happen to Good People.
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Healthy Kids

Teen Talk

10 Ways to Help Your Teen Stay Centered During the Turbulent Years
Today’s teens face such overwhelming issues that these years often cause intense friction between parents and teens. These guiding principles will help enable teens to develop an internal framework and moral compass to stay centered during these turbulent years.
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Natural Pet

Fatty Acids Help Keep Dogs Healthy

Just like with humans, good fatty acids are necessary nutrients for dogs’ bodies too. They’re part of cell walls and help pets have a healthy coat and skin. Thus they’re important supplements for healthy dogs.