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Healthy Living

Earth Day is Over… Now What?

By Karen Ellis-Ritter

We can combat world hunger! Animals raised for food actually consume as much as 80 percent of the global soybean crop, and 40-50 percent of the annual corn crop. It takes roughly 6.3 pounds of edible grain to produce just one pound of meat. If we fed plant crops to our human population directly, we would have more than enough food to feed the world several times over!

Celebrities

Moms Light the Way for Us to Grow

By Liz Sterling

Whenever we have a change of scenery or routine, it gives us an opportunity to create lasting memories, or at the very least, initiates a new perspective. Sometimes this happens when difficulties arise and at other times, it’s when our hearts become full from being touched by something new.

Feature Articles

The Day I Found Out Animal Hero Kids Founder was to be Awarded $20,000 to Continue Defending Animals

By Susan Hargreaves

One day I received a call from AnimalHeroKids.org Director Shannon, also the mum of one of Animal Hero Kids seven-year-old Co-Presidents Evan. I said to her, “It’s a bright, beautiful day in paradise.” Unbeknownst to me at the time, she thought, “it’s about to get a lot brighter”… and it did.

Sports Feature

Movies and Sports: A Can't Miss Combo

By Mark Tudino

There are countless stories of famous – and not so famous – people who used that special, intimate form of entertainment to escape their own troubles, and I’m sure virtually every person who reads this column has, at one time or another, found solace in a great flick, a Hulu or Netflix original series, or a terrific television show.

From The Heart

How to Get Into The in Crowd

In high school I looked up to my classmate Rick Brown, the quintessential cool guy. He was the good-looking captain of the football team and president of the student council. He had a cheerleader homecoming queen girlfriend and was liked by everyone. I envied Rick because he was at the epicenter of the in crowd, and I saw myself as a distant outsider.

Dog World with Tina

BEAUcoup Abundant thanks

By Tina Valant-Siebelts

Ten years ago, a family acquired a Shetland Sheepdog pup from a breeder in Georgia. Too big for the show ring, he was the puppy promised to a girl on her twelfth birthday. Beau was more the size of a Collie than a Sheltie, well-mannered and calm. They grew up together and were strongly bonded.

Family Feature

Dietary Solutions for Pets

By Family Feature

If your four-legged friend is exhibiting some unusual symptoms, there’s a chance a food sensitivity may be the culprit. Even for pets that don’t have a full-blown food allergy, food intolerance can create problems that are easily remedied with a change in diet.

Fitness by Larisa

Managing Diabetes

By Larisa Klein

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 25.8 million people suffered from diabetes in 2010, 90-95 percent of type 2. Direct and indirect associated costs to this disease were 174 billion dollars in 2007.

On the Bright Side

It was the Worst of Times, it was the worst of times

By Jonna Shutowick. M.S. Ed.

If you look at the way the media has changed over time, it is easy to see why today we find ourselves in another revolutionary kind of time period. Twitter, Facebook, and the never ending 24-hour news cycle create an environment that can be all-consuming and even addictive. This itself is a new problem. But what we are obsessing over is not new. Just new to us as a constant source of stress.

Recipes
Recipe of the Month

Marinated Carrots Slaw

By Olga Keller

Marinated carrots slaw is a healthy make - ahead recipe and can be used with your favorite salad.

Restaurant Reviews

The Organic Bean

Awesome Vegan Friendly Site Serving Organic Nitro CoffeeCOMPANY

By Arnold Leir

A growing trend in gourmet coffee houses is the use of nitrogen infusions that make each serving less acidic and more caffeinated. The process also makes the beverage rich and creamy without diminishing the inherent goodness of each drop.

Earth Talk Q & A

Dear Earth Talk:

By Earth Talk

It would be a stretch to call Tesla’s new Solar Roof a “good deal” given that it costs more than just about any other rooftop solar option, but there are some scenarios where it might make sense anyway.

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