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Cures in the Kitchen

For the first time, this generation of young Americans is predicted to live sicker and die sooner than their parents. The culprit is a culture of entrenched sugar-heavy eating habits.

James Gormley Takes On the FDA

Big Pharma dominates the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, which is why consumers must keep close watch to ensure they don’t cripple the natural health industry.

Unleashing Unlimited Potential with Panache Desai

By moving away from judgment into accepting who we are, we can enter into a spirituality that is creative, free-flowing and full of promise.

Volleying Life

The athlete, model, wife, mom and sustainability activist speaks on the importance of self-care, strategizing and supportive girlfriends.

Ice Chaser

His breathtaking photos of vanishing glaciers give fresh urgency to climate change concerns and urge us to action.

From “Why Me?” to “Thank You!”

Best-selling author Wayne W. Dyer, Ph.D., discusses his new book, I Can See Clearly Now, a reflection of his life events.

Love Magnet

The bestselling author offers four steps to help us overcome unconscious personal barriers to finding our soulmate.

Humanity’s Eternal Quest

Personal peace can be attained here and now—and we don’t have to meditate 30,000 hours to tap into it.

The Miracle of Midlife

It’s the time to get serious, get going and get real about how we want to spend the rest of our lives.

The Power of One

Over 10 years after saving a tree named Luna and a surrounding California redwood grove, we catch up with Julia Butterfly Hill and learn what projects she is currently working on.

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