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On Nov. 18, I will celebrate 82 years on earth. Is my body slowing down? Sure. I don't run up and down the stairs as fast as I used to, but I'm very agile and healthy and I don't have any chronic … more
A tragedy can be transformed into an instrument of healing. So it was for Annie Mattingley, who lost her daughter to suicide. In Mattingley's case, unexpected communication with her daughter after her … more
As a child, Julie Davis was injured in a horseback riding accident. Now, at 67 years old and living in Angel Fire, she has left hip pain from years of … more
Welcome to IMdT's (Integrative Medicine de Taos) first monthly column. The board of IMdT is excited to bring our community monthly articles by a variety of healthcare providers, bringing together … more
It can certainly be annoying when you have a relationship problem with your spouse. Or your best friend. Or your co-worker. Or anyone else in your orbit.Sometimes it's not just annoying - it's … more
Aurafitness in Taos is a sanctuary for mind and body. The yoga studio feels calming with its soothing green colors, plants, textiles and natural light filling the room. … more
If you are 50 or older, you're probably already part of a very exciting cultural movement. I, and others, have been giving voice to this movement in which people past a certain age no longer expect … more
With the waning of summer, nature beckons us outside ever more urgently. Locals and visitors are hearing the call and getting outside to camp, hike, bike, fish, hunt and gather … more
Our society has not developed many successful models to help people stay in their homes as they age and become less able to live on their own, says Dr. Atul Gawande in his book "Being … more
The law of attraction is one of the universal laws that has governed the cosmos since the beginning of creation. Today, new scientific discoveries are revealing what many wise teachers … more
Editor's note: Communities nationwide are trying to crack the same nut: how to narrow the achievement gap between rich and poor kids. Pensacola, Fla., became one of … more
Hiking has benefits for both the mind and spirit. Studies are showing that if we continue to exercise as we get older, we reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke and diabetes, and increase the … more
Oh nooooo! The oat groats are bubbling over the lip of my nice, clean stainless steel pot, sliding their not-yet-soft bellies down the sides - getting their behinds blackened on the flame licking the … more
Centuries ago, before the advent of modern medicine, people healed themselves. This summer, Native Roots in Taos wants to share those techniques with you.This summer, Native Roots is … more
Adult seniors--mothers, fathers, grandparents, aunts, uncles and friends-- are as vulnerable to abuse and neglect as children. "It's everyone's responsibility to report suspected cases of adult … more
Recent research shows that your mind is the primary determining factor, not your genes, in how long you'll live and how healthy you'll be."Studies show that one of the most accurate predictors of … more
Cancer doesn't only affect the person with the disease. It impacts the cancer patient's entire family and circle of friends.Cancer Services of New Mexico's Fall 2018 Family Cancer Retreat will be … more
We may be on top of the food chain, but many smaller creatures can still petrify us. Along with cookouts and river floats, summertime also offers more bites and itching. This … more
A sweat lodge ceremony is a sacred way to heal the body and soul. The sweat lodge is a long tradition for both the Native people in this nation and in Mexico as well. Like other methods … more
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