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Natural Awakenings North Central Florida
Health impacts of climate change
Green up the home
Global warming fix
Kids in nature
Welcome to Natural Awakenings Online
Climate Health Update
& Healthy Home
Yoga Poses to Stay Pain-Free
Overdoing garden work can produce aches and pains, but by integrating yoga positions while planting and weeding, we can emerge pain-free after hours of being on our knees and bending.
Elders Urge Us to Reimagine Life
Indigenous elders from around the world meet together to pass down four sacred gifts of wisdom we would do well to heed.
How Animals Self-Medicate
Creatures in the wild ranging from microbes to elephants cope with parasites, pests and pain using natural substances; it all suggests why our preserving the natural world is good for us, too.
Healthy Climate, Healthy People
Why a Warming Planet is Harming Our Health
As the Earth slowly heats up, we’re being affected by rising allergens, disaster-related trauma and the increase in insects carrying dangerous diseases.
Culp Resumes Massage Treatments in Ocala
Experience PosiPalooza at Unity
Learn Thai Massage from a Professional
Free Wasp Removal Helps Science Inquiry
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Tropical Forests Releasing Excess Carbon
Window-Like Solar Cells Could Power 40 Percent of U.S. Needs
Energy Users Control Own Supplies
France Welcomes Beleaguered Climate Researchers
Mobile Trashpresso Turns Trash into Tiles
Just 100 Companies Emit Most Global Emissions
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Whole Grains Help Us Eat Less
Feel Fuller Sooner, Lose Weight
Herbs Ease Polycystic Ovary Symptoms
Natural Remedy Provides Relief
Fruit Pesticides Lower Fertility in Women
Produce Has Impact on Conception
Less REM-Stage Sleep Linked to Dementia Risk
Impact on Mental Acuity
Air Pollution Linked to Psychological Distress
Mental Health Connection Found
High-Fat Diet Risks Multiple Sclerosis Relapse
Increasing Veggies Cuts Risk