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Spring-Forward, Fall-Back Daylight Savings: Adverse Effects Worsened by Blue-Enriched LED Lights
by Martin Moore-Ede, M.D., Ph.D.


A recent Circadian Light Research Center survey confirms humans are highly sensitive to blue-enriched LEDs and excessive blue-rich light leads to many major health disorders. Each year, as people try to adjust to daylight savings Heart attacks increase by 17-24% Older patients have 20% more strokes Fatal traffic accidents rise by 6%. BOSTON (February 23, […]


6 Indicators for Healthy Relationships
by Rhonda Sciortino

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When your situation is difficult or downright painful, your life will be better if you turn your attention to caring about others instead of waiting for and hoping that someone will care about you. When you feel sad or depressed, don’t wait for someone to be kind to you. Instead, find someone to be kind […]


You Have A Divine Appointment (Relationships As Divine Encounters)
by Brenda Shoshanna – New York City

Usually we think, I’m in charge of my life. I decide who I’ll be in a relationship with, where it’s going, how long it will last, when it’s over. On one level it seems as if we can choose to enter certain relationships and then choose when to let them go. Like buying a ticket […]


The Ayurvedic Solution to Modern Health Challenges
by Dr. Trupti Gaikwad

The human body is a masterpiece, a marvel of evolution that has allowed us to survive and thrive in spite of many odds. However, the modern world presents new challenges that our bodies need to be equipped to handle. From the constant bombardment of information and the rampant pollution of our environment to the exploitation […]


Taking Gut Health to The Next Level Beyond Probiotics Nutrients that improve gut health beyond probiotics
by Greg Macpherson

Overall wellbeing and gut health go interchangeably. The microflora in our gut contains five to 10 times as many cells as the 37 trillion cells that make up the human body. In fact, 70% of our immune system resides in the gut, so it’s no secret that our gut health affects all parts of our […]


Why knowing exactly what you want in a romantic partner is key to finding “the one.”
by Stuart Lichtman

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Does it seem impossible to find the right romantic partner, one who’s perfect for you in all the most important ways? Well it isn’t. There’s just a secret about how to go about searching that you’ll need to learn. Most of us have at least a few ideas of what we’re looking for in a […]


Letting Go of the Addiction to Battle
by Brenda Shoshanna – New York City

Sooner or later most relationships are headed to the battleground. After the initial infatuation and honeymoon, conflict and struggle for power and control often appear. Many realize this and are reluctant to enter a relationship due to fear of the hurt, rejection and loss that may be coming up ahead. It can be so painful […]


How and What to Eat for Better Sleep
by Amy Fox

Getting sound sleep is crucial for our physical, mental, and emotional health, yet millions of Americans struggle with sleep problems. Eat for better sleep: Lighten Up what you eat, especially in the evening. Big dinners make you temporarily sleepy but may prolong digestion, which can interfere with quality sleep. Eat larger meals earlier in the day […]


Return to Joy
by Andrew Harvey and Carolyn Baker

Nothing is more important for the future of humanity than a global return to joy. At a moment of profound sadness regarding the state of the world, Andrew Harvey, in a dream vision, was given a message that changed his life. A golden banner was unfurled in the sunlit sky above, and on that banner […]


Look for the Love
by Ann Albers and The Angels – Phoenix, AZ

In a world that feeds you a steady stream of drama, you can be at peace. In a world where the news would make you think things are spiraling down by the moment, you can discern a greater truth – love is everywhere – present, emerging, expanding, and interacting in the most beautiful ways! It […]