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    Female Hormones & Menstruation 101

    You've heard about hormone health—but how does it relate to you in your unique female body?

    Find out here! Then check back this fall for a specialty issue of Natural Solutions that will focus on women's wellness, including additional tips on hormone health as well as articles on cravings, fitness, fashion, and more!

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    6 Steps to Overcome Back-to-School Stress

    School is about to start up again, and for many kids a variety of emotions begin to surface—ranging from excitement to nervous anticipation to all-out dread and panic.

    But back-to-school season doesn't have to feel stressful! Check out these 6 tips for happier, healthier living.

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    8 Teas to Boost Immunity

    Do you feel like no matter the weather, you can never escape cold and flu season?

    Check out these 8 teas to boost your immunity year-round!

  • Risky Business

    Life is a risky business.  Consider the perils of cell phones.  According to the Washington Post, in 2013, 3,154 people died and an estimated 424,000 were injured while talking or texting and driving.  No doubt you have witnessed distracted walkers fixated on their phones, and the resulting collision with curbs and cars.  Not even the most embarrassing of YouTube videos can convince us our eyes are better used for seeing versus reading while walking.

    Find the full story here!

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    Seven Steps to Need Fulfillment: The Chakratic Hierarchy

    See how Dr. Kai explains our physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual needs and motivations—and discover his natural "prescriptions" to meet these needs and alleviate the notifying symptoms.

    Read the full story here!

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    Diabetes Alert: Normal Blood Test May Still Put You at Risk!

    What would you guess if someone asked you, “What is one of the biggest threats to your health today?” Most people think of cancer and heart disease but never stop to think about diabetes.

    But there's good news on the horizon: There are many preventive measures that can help you keep your health and diabetes risk in check.

    Get the full story here!

  • The Natural Suite
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    You probably thought that once you graduated high school—and certainly after college—your days of acne-covered skin were over. But if you still struggle with an oily T-zone and recurring blemishes, you’re not alone: 60 million adults in the United States suffer from acne, 20 million of which will experience permanent scarring. A few months ago, I began taking a skin-specific supplement to address adult acne. In all fairness, I don’t suffer from severe breakouts like many of my peers—but occasionally, zits do seem to pop up out of nowhere (I’m super diligent about washing my makeup off at night, cleansing...
  • Guest Blogger
    Karen Howard, CEO and executive director of the Organic & Natural Health Association, has spent more than 30 years working with Congress, state legislatures, and healthcare organizations to develop innovative healthcare policy and programs. She has held a variety of executive positions, including serving as professional staff for a Congressional committee, and has policy expertise in the diverse areas of integrative and complementary medicine, managed care, healthcare technology, and mental health. Here, she discusses the recent Whole Foods overpricing scandal and toys with the term "natural."​​ How many readers...
  • Naturally Healthy
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    Did you know that a heathy heart beats more than 100,000 times per day? Our body contains approximately six quarts of blood, which are circulated through the body three times per minute. In only one day, blood travels 12,000 miles! But our heart is often an organ we take for granted—that is, until we experience a coronary event. But once this happens, the damage has been done. Fortunately, modern medicine has made heart repair routine. Valve replacement, pacemakers, and vascular stents are only a few of the procedures allowing doctors to heal the heart. But regardless of all this technology, prevention is the best way to approach...
  • Sam I Am
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    The Actress Tells All About Her Wellness Journey
    When Suzanne Somers hit the entertainment scene in the late 60s and early 70s, the world had not completely addressed the dangers of hidden toxins invading nearly every inch of our environment. Today, our exposure to unnatural chemicals and other hazardous substances is at an all-time high. And although many are aware of these invisible dangers, only a handful of the population is actively trying to do something about it. In light of the release of Suzanne’s new book, TOX-Sick (Crown Publishing, 2015), Natural Solutions caught up with her to talk about how she and her family have been able to overcome sickness, and what they’ve...
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