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August 2011

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Standard Process Inc. Awards Health Care Scholarships

Through the first half of 2011, Standard Process Inc has awarded $36,000 in scholarships to 12 students from seven different colleges, universities and associations focused on educating the next generation of health care professionals.

Yoga Classes for Kids and Teens

Yoga Classes for Kids and Teens

Mindful Movement, in Big Bend, offers yoga classes to help children and teens enhance their health and well-being in the face of busy and intense contemporary lifestyles.

Energy Medicine School Expands

Energy Medicine School Expands

After five years of steady growth, the community-based Angel Light Center for the Healing Arts is expanding to support the development of the center’s Art of Healing School of Energy Medicine

Healthy Options at New Mequon Eco-Café

Healthy Options at New Mequon Eco-Café

Mequon’s new Fresh Eco Café & Juice Bar provides nutritious drinks and food using local and organic ingredients

Building Blocks for Healthy Brains

Building Blocks for Healthy Brains

Many parents wonder what is necessary for optimal brain development in children. Although there is no single answer for all kids, caring adults can integrate some core building blocks into their family’s lifestyle.

Shorewood Family Chiropractic

Shorewood Family Chiropractic

When seeing patients, Maroney uses a whole-person, holistic approach. While she addresses any obvious problems, such as stress on the spine, she also creates a detailed evaluation of a person’s sleeping, eating, exercise and lifestyle habits to determine what else may be taxing their nervous system.

Reconnecting with Nature

Reconnecting with Nature

The Milwaukee area has wonderful parks and outdoor programs offered by area organizations and schools

Green and Healthy Schools

Green and Healthy Schools

Since 2004, the Green and Healthy Schools (GHS) program has been improving the health of Wisconsin students and schools.

Urban Beekeeping: A Win-Win-Win

Urban Beekeeping: A Win-Win-Win

It is impossible to estimate the agricultural economics of the honeybee, which pollinates more than three-quarters of the staple crop plants that feed humankind, as well as nearly 90 percent of the world’s flowering plants.

August 2011 Publisher's Letter

August 2011 Publisher's Letter

Having travelled to many places around the world, I have concluded that no place equals the beauty of summer in Wisconsin. How blessed we are to be surrounded on all sides by nature that is both gentle and accessible. (Read more...)