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Yerba del manzo is a plant that grows throughout the southwestern United States in swamps and flood plains. The flowers resemble those of the unrelated coneflowers, such as Mexican Hat (Ratibida columnifera), and the foliage turns rust-red in the fall. more
Summer is over and you may find yourself sad and maybe even depressed about it, suggested Caroline Colonna, a doctor of oriental medicine and director of Willow Clinic in Taos. But fear not, she said, this quasi seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is actually normal, according to traditional Chinese medicine. more
Humans have suffered the aftereffects of trauma for as long as history has been recorded and certainly even longer. Ancient cuneiform tablets written by the Sumerian people … more
If you find yourself in an emergency situation, in which you or someone you love is being attacked, would you know how to react?Tania Glenn of Taos Systema Martial Arts explained that … more
We all have a repetitious flow of thoughts pouring through our minds every waking moment. Often these thoughts keep us from being here now. And our absence from the present moment is what's keeping … more
Summertime and the livin' is easy. We don't have to worry about slipping and sliding on the ice and can enjoy getting caught in a rain shower. Just raise your face to the sky, stick out your tongue, … more
Jamie Ash was high up on the Deer Creek Trail in the Columbine-Hondo Wilderness on a recent Mayday. She had hiked alone from the trailhead at the Columbine Campground … more
Taos school offers summer courses taught by native healers of different cultures, backgounds more
Stick out your tongue! There are times when this simple instruction could help you save someone's life. It's not always obvious that someone has suffered a stroke but knowing how to detect a stroke … more
Top summer tips for healthy kids more
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