by Linda Sechrist Dr. David Perlmutter, a board-certified neurologist and recipient of the Linus Pauling Award for his innovative approaches to addressing neurological disorders, has recently released Brain Maker, the latest in a series of books on brain health. This medical advisor to the Dr. Oz
by Sandra Murphy Cats live longer these days, due to improved food, regular veterinary care and indoor living, but there’s another aspect of health to consider. To thrive, cats need mental and physical stimulation, which outdoor adventures naturally deliver. “Leash walking’s a great way for cats to
by John McKnight and Peter Block The essential promise of consumerism states is that everything fulfilling or needed in life can be purchased—from happiness to healing, from love to laughter and from raising a child to caring for someone at the end of life. What was
by Avery Mack
Tiny vacation cottages necessitate a simple, cozy approach to taking time off together and spell crazy fun—a huge improvement over sterile motel rooms.
Most of us are oriented to a typical American house averaging 2,300 square feet, making it a childlike hoot to step