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NY Times Andrew Revkin On Sustainability (Plus His Great Guitar Performance!)

On Dot Earth for The New York Times, environmental journalist Andrew Revkin examines the efforts to balance human affairs with Earth's limits, tracking relevant developments "from suburbia to Siber…

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6 Easy & Effective Ways to Fight Forgetfulness

Do you often find yourself losing keys, forgetting names, and wondering if you took your medicine this morning? Forgetfulness can be frustrating, indeed. But here is a handful of at-home ideas to help…

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5 Reasons Why Music Is the Real Fountain of Youth

Society is obsessed with youth -- so much so that one of the largest technology companies in the world, Google, recently acquired a new company, called Calico, devoted to tackling the issues of aging.…

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Babies Can Recall Music They Heard in the Womb

Played The Beach Boys all through your pregnancy? Try turning it on for your newborn when he's feeling fussy. It's long been thought that playing music for your unborn baby is a great way for mothe…

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4 Tricks to Outsmart the Winter Blues

Daylight Savings Time is upon us. That means the holiday season is coming, but that also brings along the cold, dark, shortened days of winter. For many people, this can be a depressing time of year; …

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Do You Take Your Yoga Mindset Off the Mat?

by Jeni James of Tadasana Travel, Contributor to Yoga on AllThingsHealing.com The vibration that comes along with astral sequences asks us what we value in our lives? What qualities, people, and po…

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96-Year-Old Man Creates Love Song for Late Wife

Fred Stobaugh is no musician (in fact, he freely admits his lack of melody), but he's penned a love song that has inspired countless men and women around the world. "Oh Sweet Lorraine" is an ode to…

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Live Nation Concerts Transition to Local & Sustainable Food

Food and music are two of my favorite things, and when you combine them, I am pretty much in heaven. Over the past decade, as I have become more aware of sustainable food systems, whenever I go to a c…

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In the Beginning, There Was the Beat

When you came into this life, your first felt experience was the sensation of rhythm. Not the sound, but the sensation of rhythm. Before you could hear, see, or think, you were unadulterated physicali…

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4 Ways to Use Music as Medicine

Human beings are governed by rhythms. From our pulsing heartbeat, to the cadence of our speech patterns, to when we fall asleep and wake upócountless rhythms drive our existence. Perhaps this is wh…

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