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Natural Awakenings Magazine Dallas

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April Issue

Climate Health Update
& Healthy Home

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Every Day is Earth Day

According to Christian belief, this is God’s world; He created it and the entire universe. Because of the allness of God’s handiwork—created for his glory and our good—we are to respect and value it.
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An Introduction to Stem Cell Therapy

In today’s world of modern medicine, the typical recommendations of major surgery, cortisone shots and opioid supplements are taking a backseat to alternative methods that support a more holistic approach.

Metroplex Adopts United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

North Texas institutions have recently signed on to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, starting with Dallas County Community College system-wide adoption of goals.

Functional Medicine Respects Pet’s God-Given Lives

The natural approach to pet care involves preventing, or at least reducing, disease.

New Horizons in Stem Cell Therapy

Stem cells were first discovered in 1909, and have been of interest in medicine since the late 1960s.

Dallas County Community College District Broadens Its Sustainable Path

As hubs of knowledge and innovation, colleges can play a crucial role in preparing future generations to lead in all aspects of sustainability.

Local Folks Can Make a Difference in Curbing Pollution

In 1994, a group of residents near a cement plant in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolis (DFW) found out they were burning hazardous waste and decided to fight back.

Dallas Bioenergetic Practitioner Proves That Prevention is Power

Bioenergetic restorative practitioner Pamela Smith began her medical career as a physiatrist—a doctor of rehabilitative medicine.

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Gardening Asanas

Yoga Poses to Stay Pain-Free
Overdoing garden work can produce aches and pains, but by integrating yoga positions while planting and weeding, we can emerge pain-free after hours of being on our knees and bending.

Indigenous Wisdom

Elders Urge Us to Reimagine Life
Indigenous elders from around the world meet together to pass down four sacred gifts of wisdom we would do well to heed.

Nature’s Remedies

How Animals Self-Medicate
Creatures in the wild ranging from microbes to elephants cope with parasites, pests and pain using natural substances; it all suggests why our preserving the natural world is good for us, too.

Healthy Climate, Healthy People

Why a Warming Planet is Harming Our Health
As the Earth slowly heats up, we’re being affected by rising allergens, disaster-related trauma and the increase in insects carrying dangerous diseases.
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‘Sink’ Setback

Tropical Forests Releasing Excess Carbon

Clear Gain

Window-Like Solar Cells Could Power 40 Percent of U.S. Needs

Distributed Power

Energy Users Control Own Supplies

Scientists’ Security

France Welcomes Beleaguered Climate Researchers

Transforming Plastics

Mobile Trashpresso Turns Trash into Tiles

Top Polluters

Just 100 Companies Emit Most Global Emissions

 2018 Healthy Living

 Resource Directory

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A Smorgasbord of Healthcare Choices

At the Plano Health Fair, held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., April 22, at the Plano Event Center, participants will meet specialists licensed in Western medicine with a focus is geared toward well-being.

Holistic Nurses Gather in Mineola

The Central Texas Chapter of the American Holistic Nurses Association and American Holistic Nurses Association (AHNA) Expanding Resources Chapter will hold the seventh annual Texas Regional Holistic Nurses conference or retreat with the theme of The Truth About Resilience—Discover the New Within Us All.

EarthX is the World's Largest Environmental Expo, Conference and Film Festival

Now in its eighth year, the three-day nonprofit EarthX Expo, five days of conferences and 10-day film festival, provide common ground, discussion, collaboration, education and innovation from April 13 through 22 at locations throughout Dallas.

Free Car Care Clinics for Air Safety

The North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) is partnering with local automotive repair shops to sponsor free Car Care Clinics in April to help North Texas drivers with vehicles that have the check engine light illuminated.

Zero Waste Art 4 Dumpsters Contest

The city of Dallas Sanitation Services Department is seeking four schools to transform a blank dumpster into a piece of art that will shine a light on the importance of recycling.

Worldwide Nature Challenge

The third annual City Nature Challenge, taking place from April 27 to 30, will include more than 65 cities from 17 countries around the world including seven metro areas in Texas: Amarillo, Austin, Dallas/Fort Worth, El Paso, Houston, Lower Rio Grande Valley and San Antonio.

Enjoy Spring Weather With Native Texas Park Tours

Scheduled on Saturdays through June 2 at 10 a.m. and 11 a.m., the George W. Bush Presidential Center again offers its tremendously popular, docent-guided Bluebonnet Tours.
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Kudos

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Whole Grains Help Us Eat Less

Feel Fuller Sooner, Lose Weight

Herbs Ease Polycystic Ovary Symptoms

Natural Remedy Provides Relief

Fruit Pesticides Lower Fertility in Women

Produce Has Impact on Conception

Less REM-Stage Sleep Linked to Dementia Risk

Impact on Mental Acuity

Air Pollution Linked to Psychological Distress

Mental Health Connection Found

High-Fat Diet Risks Multiple Sclerosis Relapse

Increasing Veggies Cuts Risk

 

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