North Central New Jersey Edition

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Flame Retardants Dangerous 
for Children

Flame Retardants Dangerous 
for Children

Flame retardants have been associated with numerous ailments and serious health issues including learning disorders, decreased IQ, infertility and cancer.

December 2017
Uplifting Humanity

Uplifting Humanity

With an earth population of 7.6 billion people and growing, the challenge of uplifting humanity seems to be increasingly more difficult.

December 2017
Giving Thanks to Gratitude

Giving Thanks to Gratitude

Gratitude should be a daily practice, not just an annual ritual. It’s good for our spirits. It’s essential to our health.

December 2017
Reversing Type 2 Diabetes

Reversing Type 2 Diabetes

Diabetes has become one of the most lethal diseases in the world. The American Diabetes Association states that in 2015, 30.3 million Americans were suffering with this disease and that number grows larger every year.

November 2017
Beyond Maria: Coming Together to Help Rebuild Puerto Rico

Beyond Maria: Coming Together to Help Rebuild Puerto Rico

Luis Mendez and Waleska Sallaberry, the publishers of Natural Awakenings Puerto Rico (PR) edition for the past 15 years, have a simple request: “Please help us rebuild.”

November 2017
Diabetes and Gum Disease: Is There A Connection?

Diabetes and Gum Disease: Is There A Connection?

For the nearly 30 million Americans who have diabetes, many may be surprised to learn about an unexpected complication associated with this condition.

November 2017
The Deeper Meaning of a Holistic Lifestyle

The Deeper Meaning of a Holistic Lifestyle

Many of us have grown to be aware of our health, our body, and our environment. We try to eat better and skip the junk food.

October 2017
ELDOA

ELDOA

Professional athletes from the Dallas Stars, Vancouver Canucks to the New Zealand All Blacks love an exercise technique called ELDOA.

October 2017
The Science and Mystery of Sleep

The Science and Mystery of Sleep

Sleep is essential throughout most of the animal kingdom. All warm-blooded animals—mammals and birds—sleep. Most cold-blooded animals—including reptiles, amphibians, fish, worms, and insects—sleep as well.

October 2017
The “Sugar Free” Dilemma

The “Sugar Free” Dilemma

It’s fantastic that so many people are realizing that our typical diets include too much sugar and that it is bad for their health.

October 2017
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