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Natural Awakenings Magazine Dallas

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August Issue

Children’s Health
& Natural Pet Care

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Martial Arts Can Help Special Needs Children

Will Campuzano, two-time world champion mixed martial artist and owner of Campuzano Martial Arts, shares his lifelong passion for martial arts with his wife, Adi, at their new studio in Frisco.

Qi - The Force Behind Blood Flow and Higher Intelligence

North Texas Holistic Pediatrician Promotes Upstream Medicine for Children, Education for Parents

Dr. Deborah Bain MD, owner of Healthy Kids Pediatrics, began her career practicing traditional Western care.

Raising Healthy Teens in the 21st Century

Many adults remember our teen years as a chaotic stretch of biological, social and psychological challenges, yet today’s teenagers face a host of challenges unknown to past generations.

Summer Staycation for All Ages

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Feeding Healthy Habits

A 10-Step Guide for Helping Children Thrive
Today’s barrage of junk food ads can easily influence kids for the worse, but 10 strategies, including visiting farmers’ markets, teaching cooking skills and implementing device-free family meals, can help them choose to eat better.

Beyond Sustainability

Regenerative Agriculture Takes Aim at Climate Change
Farmers are increasingly exploring inexpensive organic methods to return microbial diversity to the soil, which could help mitigate a warming planet by allowing soil to absorb more carbon.

Aysha Akhtar on Our Symphony With Animals

Through her personal story as a survivor of childhood abuse and the stories of others, the neurologist demonstrates the scientific bond between animals and humans—and how they can heal each other.

21st Century Parenting

Preparing Kids for the Future
Today’s kids live fast-paced, technology-driven lives, which is why it’s critical for parents to strike a balance between accepting modern advances and teaching kids timeless virtues.
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Are You Woke?

As we hunker down for the dog days of summer, I find I’m having near-daily discussions about climate change—where it’s taking us and where it’s going to leave us.

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Hot Topic

Farmers Responding to Climate Change

Coral Care

Reefs to Get Their Day in Court

Moon Rocks

Tectonic Activity Shakes Geologists

Fluorescent Findings

Artificial Light Tied to Inflammation

Bagging It

New York State Bans Plastic Bags

Floating Solar

Catching Some Rays on the Water

 2019 Framer's 

 Market Guide

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The Rodeo Returns to Denton

The 91st annual North Texas Fair and Rodeo will take place from August 16 through 24 in Denton.

Extinction is Forever

In Kenya’s Ol Pejeta Conservancy, rangers devote their lives to caring for and protecting Sudan, the last male white rhino, along with Sudan’s daughter and granddaughter.

A Day For Flying Kites

The city of Dallas Trinity River Kite Festival will take place from11 a.m. to 5 p.m., September 14, along the Dallas floodway between Commerce Street and IH-30.

Dallas Wins Climate Protection Award

In June, the 87th annual meeting of the United States Conference of Mayors (USCM), held in Honolulu, presented the 2019 Mayor's Climate Protection Award to Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson on behalf of the city.

Climate Action Progress

The city of Dallas Comprehensive Environmental and Climate Action Plan (CECAP) has completed the first round of resident surveys and community meetings.

Sustainability Summit in Mesquite

A variety of educational sessions will be offered for attendees in five focus areas to explore the central theme in more depth.

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Take It Easy on the Eggs

High Intake Increases Mortality

Savor Cherries to Lower Metabolic Syndrome Risk

Reduces Health Threats

Eat Plants to Live Longer

Diets High in Vegetables Increase Longevity

Use Probiotics to Shed Pounds

Reduces Body Weight and Fat Mass

Quit Smoking to Avoid Rheumatoid Arthritis

Another Reason to Stop

Walk or Run to Keep Blood Vessels and Brains Young

Benefits of Cardio Activity

 

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