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Sorting Through Skin Care Options

With the multitude of skin care products and options available, it can sometimes be difficult to choose the ones that are best for you. It is important to establish a skin care regimen so that not only will your skin look its best now, but that it will be more likely to look its best as the years go by. Deciding ... Read More »

6/1-2- CWCBExpo NY

Cannabis World Congress and Business Exposition is the top trade show and conference on the East Coast for the medical and legalized marijuana and hemp industries, covering the most important topics and business objectives needed to succeed in this rapidly changing and growing industry. Connect on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn: @cwcbexpo. Visit exhibits from the industry businesses, attend panels and seminars hosted by experts and meet and network ... Read More »

6/7-11 Free Lecture and Private Sessions with Judith Costa

THURSDAY, JUNE 7 Lecture: Doing More by Working Less– 5:30-6:30 pm. Judith Costa, Unconditional Love Coach, seminar leader, writer and speaker offers this lecture  at Columbia University, “Doing More by Working Less.” The lecture will be followed by a Q&A and refreshments. Free admission. You must RSVP to Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health, 60 Haven Ave, Conference Room B2-231, New York, NY. THUR, ... Read More »

6/10- Miracles in Manhattan

1:30–4pm A Course on Miracles with lecture & discussion by renowned miracles author, Jon Mundy, Ph.D. Ongoing monthly class, the 2nd Sunday of each month except May. Class will be May 20, 2018. Introduced to the Course by its scribe Dr. Helen Schucman in 1975, Jon has been an active student-teacher/author ever since. Help us celebrate our move to our new location, The Society of Jewish ... Read More »


Serving New York City • Business Description- Shake your stress away with TRE! A certified provider, Philip teaches this body based approach to stress and trauma recovery and integration. The simple exercises that comprise TRE lead to the release of the core tension in a relaxing, meditative way. Reconnect with your body and move past the life’s traumas. Email or visit the website to schedule a ... Read More »


FOR THE TRAINING OF INTERFAITH MINISTERS 212-866-3795 • Classes held at CRS (Center for Remembering and Sharing) 123 4th Ave (Between 12th and 13th Street) New York, NY All Faiths Seminary International (AFSI) is currently accepting applications now until August 15th for the fall of 2018 for our Interfaith programs. Monthly classes start the 2nd Saturday of September 2018 and end the 2nd Saturday in June 2019. Classes are ... Read More »

Facial Exercises Ease Midlife Signs of Aging

Help for Looking Younger In the first scientific study of facial exercise, 27 middle-aged women that performed specific facial muscle movements looked an average of two-and-a-half years younger in 20 weeks based on a standardized scale called the Merz-Carruthers Facial Aging Photoscales. By doing the exercises for 30 minutes each day or every other day, the fullness of both the ... Read More »

Exercise Boosts Good Gut Bacteria

Cardio Improves Healthy Microbes Cardiovascular exercise improves a person’s healthy gut microbes even without making dietary changes, University of Illinois researchers report. In a study of 32 people, 30 to 60 minutes of exercise three times a week for six weeks boosted levels of healthy intestinal bacteria, especially for lean subjects, and less so for the obese. The healthy bacteria ... Read More »

Seek 15 Minutes of Device-Free Time

Why You Should Break Away From a Screen When we’re feeling angry, stressed or overexcited, just 15 minutes of being alone without a device can put us into a more peaceful state, reports a University of Rochester study. Young adults, sitting in a comfortable chair away from their devices, were given something to read, told to think about something specific ... Read More »

Energy Drinks Hurt Youth Health

Causes Negative Side Effects More than half of teens and young adults that have slaked their thirst with energy drinks report consequently suffering negative health consequences, reports a new study from Canada’s University of Waterloo. Of 2,055 Canadian participants between ages 12 and 24, 55.4 percent said they had negative health events afterwards. Of these, 26.5 percent trembled and felt ... Read More »