Stressed-out public school students get New Age relief

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As consumer health fast becomes every category’s business, cars come equipped with vitamin-enhanced air filters and airports offer yoga rooms. Public schools are following suit with holistic options for alleviating kids’

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Juicers on the Loose

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From Iconoculture:  WHAT’S HAPPENING We knew a few months ago when we posted about the Kreation Organic vending machine in Beverly Hills, which sells cold-pressed juice 24/7 and takes credit cards, that

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Flexitarians Get More Flexible

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From Iconoculture: WHAT’S HAPPENING While health nuts and environmentalists have appreciated the benefits of a meatless or partially meatless diet for decades, today standards have relaxed — flexitarians are no

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Obesity Now Considered a Disease

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Obesity rates in the country have doubled among adults in the past 20 years and tripled among children in a single generation, according to the American Medical Association (AMA) and

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Monsanto Declares Defeat In European Market

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Monsanto, the leading producer of genetically engineered seed, announced last week that it will dramatically curb its activities in Europe by quitting its European government lobbying efforts, ending field trials

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