Healthy Habits for Autumn

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Health Aug 23, 2018
How safe is tap water in the United States?

There is currently historic debate regarding the quality of tap water in the United States. “In general, the water quality in the U.S. is very good,” Stuart Batterman, a professor of environmental health sciences at the University of Michigan, recently told NPR. This bold assertion leads to many objections and questions from communities throughout the

Health Jul 25, 2018
Therapeutic ways to incorporate water into your life

There are unbounded situations where our interaction with water inspires personal enrichment for the mind, body and soul. In our hyperconnected reality of 2018, this proves especially important. While hydration and cleansing are more common uses, water can also be embraced to add a therapeutic element to our lives, whether recharging or seeking a greater

Health Jun 29, 2018
From macro to micro: Global cultural moments for local action

Being part of a bigger community allows for people with similar values to come together through cohesive and more localized actions. This micro-to-macro idea is an extension of the “Think globally, act locally” concept, urging individuals to consider the health of the entire planet and to take action in their own regions and cities. In

Water Aug 16, 2017
The decline of soda

Over the last 20 years, sales of soda in the United States have plummeted by more than 25 percent, with per capita consumption falling to a 31-year low. Soda consumption, which rocketed from the 1960s through 1990s, is now experiencing a serious and sustained decline. Sales are stagnating because a growing number of Americans are