March 2017

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Personal Care Product Safety

Ask Congress to help protect our families from common harmful ingredients used in everyday personal care products.

Tooth Truth

Individuals with good oral conditions are more likely to enjoy better health and wellness throughout the entire body.

The Reconnection

Dr. Eric Pearl, author of The Reconnection: Heal Others, Heal Yourself, demystifies the healing process.

Testing for Food Sensitivities

One of the biggest challenges with food sensitivities is figuring out which foods are causing harm. One way to narrow down possible offenders is through Muscle Response Testing.

Rare Opportunity with Former Chinese Martial Arts National Team Head Coach

For seven days, Master Li will be teaching at Eastover Estate and Retreat, in Lennox, from March 31 to April 7.

Natural Allergy Control

Rather than spraying steroids up our nose, there are a number of herbs that when absorbed by the membranes of the nasal passageways can enter the cells and cause them to produce their own antihistamines.

Introductory Group Weight Loss Workshop Offered in Cambridge

Olivia Napoli will offer a fun and engaging Introductory Weight Loss Workshop from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., March 28.

Honorary Gala Being Held in Memory of Firefighter Pete Kannler

Adoptable dogs and their firefighter escorts will be heating up the runway at Survivor Tails Animal Rescue’s 3rd Annual Rescue Fever Honorary Gala, taking place at 6 p.m., March 25.

Combating Lyme Disease With Biomagnetic Therapy

Curing his own Lyme disease with biomagnetic therapy, Alan Grazioso has since become certified in the therapy, offering to clients at Grazioso Integrative Health, in Lexington.

Clean and Clear

Spring cleaning is a time for bringing renewal and freshness to our homes. Here are some tips to get started on spring clearing in the home, office and on oneself.

Center for Spiritual Living Moves to New Location in Cambridge

The Center for Spiritual Living Greater Boston has a new home at 50 Dudley Street, in Cambridge.

Unexpected Blessings

I love March with all its messiness. Trekking muddy pathways amidst windy New England weather, we never know whether the birds will be out singing up a storm or a late winter blizzard will blow in and change our plans.