Dreaming of a Greener Christmas

For a while now, I’ve been trying to do my part. I bring my canvas bags to the grocery store and the farmer’s market. I recycle my newspapers and plastics, and lately I’ve been buying a lot more in glass and going to the local food co-op to refill those containers. And while I’m not…

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Warmth is Good for You

Pictures of this… leave us with sweet longings for this. We’ve already had snow storms and school closings; we’ve seen the normally long lines at Starbucks and Dunkin Donuts get ever longer. In this time of cold, a warm beverage seems not just right, but necessary. And as researchers are finding, physical warmth may help…

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Thousands of Troops will be Coming Home . . . Someday. Will You Be Ready to Treat Them?

With 30,000 more troops scheduled for deployment for Afghanistan, a mission clearly defined and an exit strategy set before the American people, we forge ahead. And while we could debate the party politics and military merit of the road ahead, it’s the unintended fallout that deserves at least equal time. More and more, we’re hearing…

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