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Easy Lifestyle Changes for a Better Night’s Sleep

Getting a good night’s sleep can be a difficult task for many of us. If you’re tired of tossing and turning throughout the night and waking up feeling like you didn’t sleep at all then it’s time to look into some practical sleep solutions. Here are our top ways of adjusting and improving your sleep cycle once and for all. ... Read More »

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 »

Virtual Reality May Change Mental Health Care

By now you’ve probably heard about the potential virtual reality has to disrupt all kinds of different industries. We’ve been told it’s going to change retail and real estate, alter trip planning, take over healthcare, and most of all transform gaming. To some extent, all of this may well be true. One of the most significant changes, however, may come ... Read More »

Heartfulness Meditation Conference

The Heartfulness Meditation Conference—featuring longtime meditation teacher Kamlesh D. Patel, bestselling author Gabrielle Bernstein and Grammy-nominated flutist Maestro Shashank—will be held from 4 to 8 p.m., June 25, at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark. Attendees will learn a simple, practical meditation technique designed to help them manage the stress of a fast-paced world. The highlight of the ... Read More »

Green Amidst the Gray

Written by Ayla Lorelei Growing up in New York City, everyone had their own story to tell. A childhood in the Big Apple is never boring, and being at the forefront of cultural diversity, there are plenty of things to learn in the city that kids can’t find anywhere else. On the other end of the spectrum, however, there are ... Read More »

Affordable Green Upgrades for Residences in Manhattan

By Jane Blanchard The tight space requirements of a home in Manhattan can present unique challenges for owners who wish to perform budget-conscious upgrades to improve the efficiency of their places by going green. While the environment in the borough may not afford homeowners the chance to build large solar arrays, there are opportunities to make a residence in Manhattan ... Read More »

Common Feeding Mistakes That Can Harm Your Pet

by Jordan Walker If a pet is obese, it probably consumes more calories than it needs. Perhaps the food has too many calories, or the pet is just being given too much food. When a pet is obese, it accumulates fat tissue, which eventually weighs down on a pet’s organs. In the UK and US, millions of pets are diagnosed ... Read More »

What’s Your Tonic?

What is your little luxury  during your  day whether it’s non stop at work or a busy day at home looking after the family, what little pleasures make that warm glow of contentment where it gives us that feel – good factor? Sounds simple but the benefits are surprising, it is surprising how by allocating ourselves a little treat, pick ... Read More »

Let Music Be Your Ride to the Other Side

Music has been a guiding, transformative and mystical presence in my life for as long as I can remember. I trace back in my mind to the age of two, standing in my dining room in front of the old Poole upright piano passed down from my grandmother…pressing the mysterious keys, at eye level, feeling waves of sound rush through ... Read More »

Reversing POP Naturally

Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) is diagnosed in approximately 50 percent of women between the ages of 50 and 79. The majority of these women will not require invasive treatment and can manage the symptoms using natural or non-invasive treatment options. A small percentage of women will experience such severe symptoms that surgical intervention is required. Certain surgical procedures, especially those ... Read More »