Must Reads

Oct 17

Water Is Essential for Health

by Pamela A. Popper, Ph.D., ND Water is essential for health, and without adequate water, humans can die within a few days. The infant body is comprised of 75 percent water, and even in old age, the human body is made of 55 percent water. In spite of this, most people do not drink enough water, and dehydration has become ... Read More »

Global Warming

by Doug Sisterson Is global warming just the result of natural cycles, or of cosmic rays bombarding the Earth? Climate change skeptics say “yes” to such questions routinely and loudly. Have you heard the claim that scientists are split on whether humans are affecting the climate? Have you ever wondered if renewable energy is too expensive to replace fossil fuels? ... Read More »

5 Lifestyle Tips for Breast Cancer Prevention

by Stephanie Jaworowski, MSACN One in eight women in the United States will develop invasive breast cancer in her lifetime. That is a whopping 12 percent of the female population. Even if a person has the predisposed genetics for breast cancer, there are many dietary and lifestyle interventions that can be implemented to prevent its growth. Don’t let genetics stand ... Read More »

Confused Girl in the City

Confused Girl is making a big impact in athleisure. Giovanna Silvestre is a perfect example of a millennial female entrepreneur who has created her own success with no money and a dream. She worked part-time jobs and used her following from her blog and social media as a springboard to create a unique product with a powerful message. On her inspiring journey, she met ... Read More »

Introducing Bell Lifestyle Products New Look Nationwide

With over 20 years of experience, Bell Lifestyle Products Inc., in South Haven, Michigan, is introducing a new look for its complete line of over 60 natural supplements across 13 health categories. Bell continues to expand its line of products, most recently launching a new, all-in-one bladder and urinary tract support formulation, see page X, and a new line of ... Read More »

NewLife Expo Comes to Hotel New Yorker October 27-29

Exhibitors from around the world are expected to participate in New York City’s next NewLife Expo, which returns to the newly renovated Hotel New Yorker (34th and 8th avenues) October 27 through 29. They will be on hand with cutting-edge information, products and services designed to feed the mind, body and spirit, says expo founder and producer Mark Becker. “Crystal ... Read More »

Leigh Erin Connealy, M.D., to Speak at NAVEL Expo

“Since my first visit to a doctor, I’ve always felt uneasy about the idea of someone doing a check-up to search for potential health issues. But as you well know, our entire system is focused on the management of chronic disease. So all of the bloodwork, scans and tests are used to identify some menace, and hopefully early enough so ... Read More »

Unique Spa and Fitness Center Opens on the North Shore

Blast Spa & Fitness, the North Shore’s newest boutique fitness studio and spa is now open in Great Neck. Blast offers the latest fitness classes, including spin, yoga, TRX, barre, Pilates and more, along with both private and group personal training. Blast classes are held in an intimate space and have no more than 15 people, offering clients a personal ... Read More »

Whole Foods and Natural Awakenings Team up for Pop-Up Wellness Event

Natural Awakenings Long Island (NALI) and Whole Foods Jericho partner to bring the best in pop-up wellness on October 16, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. NALI advertisers and staff will be on hand outside the front of the store. Come by to meet the advertisers that bring you amazing content month after month. There will be many advertisers there ... Read More »

Become an Organ Donor

Selena Gomez made recent news when she shared via social media that her lupus had damaged her kidneys beyond repair, along with a picture of a friend that has agreed to be a kidney donor for her. The United States has one of the lowest organ donor registration lists on the planet, with New York being one of the lowest ... Read More »