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Natural Awakenings Magazine Dallas

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June Issue

Brain Health and
Green Building Trends

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Soil is Not a Dirty Word

With so many options available in the world of turf management, it can be hard to find simple starting points to achieving a healthy lawn and still being pet-friendly. Here are a couple of tips to help on that journey.

Too Proud for Prevention

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, men are 24 percent less likely than women to have visited a doctor within the past year.

A Clean Environment Makes for a Clean Body and Mind

The healthcare professionals at the Environmental Health Center Dallas understand the toll that these toxins and frequencies can take on the body, and work to decrease their patients’ exposure and susceptibility while promoting clean living.
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The Minimalist Family

Trading Clutter for Calm
Families are happily finding that less “stuff’ can lead to less stress and more time together doing what they value most.

Just Add Water

Aquatic Workouts for Him
Guys are jumping right into pool aerobics and finding that it keeps them buff, fit and free from wear and tear on joints and muscles.

Nature’s Toolbox

The Key to Prostate Health
About one in nine men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer, yet the disease can be warded off using holistic approaches that establish a healthy gut and robust immune system.

Sanjay Gupta on ‘Chasing Life’

On his fact-finding, immersive tour of six healthy, happy countries, CNN’s chief medical correspondent discovered the secrets of ancient traditions and modern practices that lead to a healthy and meaningful life.
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Letter from The Publisher

As we begin the summer season when fathers are remembered, schedules are a little less cluttered and wanderlust begins to set in, we’re focusing on health and fitness for him, well-being for the whole family and a greener future for our cities.

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Green Surfing

Search Engine Company Plants Trees

Aqua Breakthrough

Clean Water Solution in the Pipeline

Far Out

Earth’s Atmosphere Extends Past Moon

Baby Balking

Climate Change Discourages Childbearing

Revamping Recycling

China Forces U.S. Cities to Change Specs

Action Alert

Banish Toxic Air in Plane Cabins

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Don’t Miss the Annual DFW Pond Tour

The North Texas Water Garden Society’s 28th annual Tour of Ponds on June 8 and 9 is a two-day, self-guided tour of 40 member ponds all across the Metroplex.

Qigong Training Moves from Denton to Austin

Qi Revolution, the largest qigong event in North America, will be held August 24 through 26 at the Austin Convention Center.

Junior Master Naturalist Program Enrolling for Fall

The program encourages children to become lovers of nature and responsible stewards of the environment through engaging classroom training and field-based discoveries.

Groundwork Dallas Hosts Grand Opening of Hines Park

Hines Park, located at 9601 Harry Hines Boulevard, in West Dallas, was once a neglected and litter-filled green space.

New Downtown Dallas Holistic Festival Showcases Health and Wellness Alternatives

The inaugural Holistic Health and Wellness Festival in downtown Dallas will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., June 29.

Suggested Actions for Clean Air Day

North Texans can participate in Clean Air Action Day on June 21 by doing at least one thing to help improve air quality.

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Eat More Carbs to Lower Heart Risk

Popular Diets Can Impact Cardiovascular Health

Sit Less to Live Longer

Increasing Movement Adds to Longevity

Eat Med Diet to Boost Performance

Increases Running Speeds

Imbibe Less to Lower Blood Pressure

Link to Alcohol Consumption

Take Magnesium to Optimize Vitamin D

Levels Out Absorption

Find a Green Space and Make a Friend

Outdoor Colors Increase Trust and Happiness

 

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