July 2018

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When Good Foods Make Us Feel Bad

Through muscle response testing, a kinesiologist can find out which foods make the nervous system weak by eliciting a weak muscle response. Once known, several techniques are available to desensitize the body to food allergens.

Vineyard Wind Selected for New Wind Procurement Project

Massachusetts officials recently announced the selection of Vineyard Wind as the winning bid for its sizeable offshore wind procurement project.

Supporting Gut Health to Reduce Inflammation

Research shows that gut dysbiosis, an imbalance of good and bad bacteria, is a contributor to inflammatory responses.

Summer-Safe Dogs

MASH Vet, in Hopkinton, offers tips to ensure the safety of every pet during the summer months.

Soul Path Renewal Retreat Returns to Ferry Beach

Soul Path Renewal will be holding a workshop from August 20 to 24, at the Ferry Beach Retreat Center, in Saco, Maine.

Seafood Watch Recommendations for Eastern Oysters

The Seafood Watch Consumer Guide helps consumers choose seafood that’s fished or farmed in ways that have less impact on the environment.

Presidential Profiles

The U.S. Presidents had distinct personalities and made decisions based on their personality type.

Mayor Announces Boston Will Sue Drug Companies

Mayor Marty Walsh announced the city of Boston will bring a lawsuit against pharmaceutical companies to recover damages stemming from the opioid epidemic.

Massachusetts Puts a Price on Carbon

The Massachusetts State Senate made history last month by passing landmark carbon pricing legislation.

Holistic and Ecological Dentistry Brings Harmony to the Mouth and Body

“I absolutely believe in our capacity to self-regenerate, self-heal, self-organize and self-balance; and I apply these principles to my dental practice,” says Iveta Iontcheva-Barehmi, DMD, MS, D.Sc., of Boston Dental Wellness.

GMO Labeling Legislation

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) will allow public comments about its long-awaited proposed regulations for the mandatory disclosure of foods produced using genetic engineering, commonly known as GMOs, until July 3.

Energy Efficiency Bill Pending on Beacon Hill

Filed by Representative Frank Smizik of Brookline, the bill promotes increased energy and water efficiency standards and saves both residents and businesses serious money.