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Byers Finds Her Niche in Functional Medicine

Byers Finds Her Niche in Functional Medicine

Nurse Practitioner Amy Byers works to find the root causes to her patients problems, incorporating functional medicine in her practice.

Summer Beach Series Helps Women Tap Their Creativity

Summer Beach Series Helps Women Tap Their Creativity

Anne Wondra of WonderSpirit Coaching, in Waukesha, will lead the fifth annual Women Water and Words Summer Beach Series from 9:30 to 11:15 on six Monday mornings in June and July.

Cedarburg Garden Walk 
Includes Plant Sale

Cedarburg Garden Walk 
Includes Plant Sale

This year’s Cedarburg Garden Walk will be a two-day event, held on July 9, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., and July 10, from 1 to 3:30 p.m., rain or shine.

Tamarack Waldorf High School Now Enrolling

Tamarack Waldorf High School Now Enrolling

Tamarack Waldorf High School is expanding through grade 11 and is now accepting applications for grades 9 through 11 for the 2016-17 academic year, and will be an informational meeting June 8.

Kanyakumari Hosts Open House for Yoga Educational Program

Kanyakumari Hosts Open House for Yoga Educational Program

Kanyakumari Ayurveda and Yoga Wellness Center, in Glendale, will hold a student open house from 6:30 to 8 p.m., June 26, to provide information about its professional educational training.

Eco-Tour Explores Wonders of Lake Michigan Coast

Eco-Tour Explores Wonders of Lake Michigan Coast

Southeast Wisconsin residents can discover all that Ozaukee County’s Lake Michigan coast has to offer in a a seven natural site tour on June 18.

Letter from Publisher

Letter from Publisher

Last night, as I tucked the blanket around my sleeping son and watched his peaceful slumber, I felt an immense surge of love in my heart, leading me to ponder, “What is happiness?”

New Partnership Helps Local Residents Go Solar

New Partnership Helps Local Residents Go Solar

The city of Milwaukee and the Village of Shorewood are partnering with the Midwest Renewable Energy Association to help home and business owners go solar this summer.

Understanding 
Autoimmunity

Understanding 
Autoimmunity

Autoimmune disorders, conditions in which the immune system attacks healthy cells, are the third-largest class of illness in the United States, affecting more than 24 million Americans.

Protecting Bumblebees 
Is a Gardening Must

Protecting Bumblebees 
Is a Gardening Must

Bumblebees are in trouble, and that means trouble for our vegetable gardens. Use these proposed tips to help protect these important pollinators!

Reiki Helps Remove Obstacles to Joy

Reiki Helps Remove Obstacles to Joy

Practiced around the world, reiki involves a laying-on of hands in order to correct energetic blocks thought to be the cause of physical or emotional issues such as pain, anxiety, depression or chronic illness.

Prolotherapy Offers an Alternative to Pain Medications or Surgery

Prolotherapy Offers an Alternative to Pain Medications or Surgery

Dr. Neal Pollack, a Milwaukee-area osteopathic doctor and neurologist, is offering prolotherapy for people suffering from chronic pain in any of several areas, from head to toe.

Energy Fair Promotes 
Sustainable Future

Energy Fair Promotes 
Sustainable Future

The Midwest Renewable Energy Association will host its annual Energy Fair from June 17 through 19 in Custer, Wisconsin.