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Natural Awakenings Magazine of the NY Capital District is a locally owned, free monthly publication, committed to providing a forum for community connection.  We are part of a national franchise of publishers, offering you trusted content each month, along with local spotlights that are sure to be of interest.

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Solutions for a Sluggish Thyroid

Feature Article

by Kathleen Barnes

Keying in on Iodine

It seems that a common mineral supplement that costs just pennies per day can stimulate an underactive thyroid, restore metabolism to normal levels, curb excess appetite, banish fatigue and generally improve everyone’s health. Mounting scientific evidence shows that iodine may be an answer to many such health woes, especially for women.

May 1, 2016

Troubled Waters

Feature Article

by Linda Sechrist

Our Precious Freshwater Supplies Are Shrinking

All water, atmospheric water vapor and soil moisture presently gracing the Earth has been perpetually recycled through billions of years of evaporation, condensation and precipitation. As all living things are composed of water and thus a part of this cycle, we may be drinking the same water that a Tyrannosaurus Rex splashed through 68 million years ago, along with what poured into Cleopatra’s bath.

May 1, 2016

Farm-to-Hospital

Feature Article

by Judith Fertig

On-Site Farms Grow Organics for Patients

Most people would agree with the results of a 2011 study by the nonprofit Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine: Typical hospital food is full of the dietary fat, sodium, calories, cholesterol and sugar that contribute to the medical problems that land many in the hospital in the first place. The study’s dietitians further found that some hospitals house up to five fast-food outlets.

May 1, 2016

Facial Fitness

Feature Article

by Kathleen Barnes

Exercises to Tone Your Face and Neck

Gravity takes its toll as years pass, and many women find themselves bemoaning crow’s feet, frown lines and turkey necks that make them look older than they feel. Experts point to the loss of fat pads in the cheeks, bone loss around the eye sockets and cheekbones and overall weak muscles as potential contributors to facial aging. Natural exercise programs designed to reverse these unpleasant signs of aging comprise a new fitness-for-beauty trend.

May 1, 2016
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