Health and fitness
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As winter gives way to spring, New Mexico residents may be emerging from a state of "seasonal sedentary syndrome." more
I have to admit, if I need to convince myself that I made a good career choice or I need to feel like the training was worth it, all I need to do is visit the pharmacy aisles. It's hard enough to … more
No doubt you already know that too much sugar is bad for you. It can harm your heart, your pancreas, your kidneys, your joints and cause depression. more
A new fitness class in Taos has students spinning with excitement. Adding to the growing list of classes at the Taos Body Shop, owner Julia Fernandez de … more
Skin sliding south? Yep, me too. That's okay - it's what gravity does. Inevitable, like death and taxes. When I was younger, I got a facelift, but at 81, it doesn't make much sense. I'm happy with who … more
The tradition of healing with plants and medicinal food has deep roots in the Southwest and Mexico. Today healers continue to practice these techniques using locally available plants and knowledge of … more
Living well with a degenerative disease is the topic of a new book by Robert J. Silver. It is also the theme of his life."Keepin' On: Living Well with Parkinson's … more
Food gives us pleasure and is essential to our survival. However, depletion of our soils and other effects of our lifestyles seem to be producing an increased incident of food sensitivities.If you … more
Is it a spider bite? A burn? Did your dog cuddle up after running through poison ivy?Shingles causes a special kind of pain, and it's always interesting to see what it gets … more
Fourteen years ago when I happened onto the Tibetan Rites of Rejuvenation in a book by Peter Kelder, I knew instinctively these exercises would help me grow younger, and they have.Known as The Five … more
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