In This Issue:
Sexuality that is simultaneously forbidden and commanded both terrifies and titillates. These dynamics are not just fiction. Our collective sexuality is replete with confused sex acts that should never have occurred.
For a pregnant woman, California’s cool ocean waters are a welcome relief from heightened body temperature, anxiety and fluctuating hormones, and the buoyancy of salt water lightens the extra weight you’re carrying. But there are health benefits as well.
Midway through Sister Bridget’s story, I began to wonder if there could possibly be a satisfying end to the book, and indeed, that is symptomatic of this nun’s dilemma.
This insightful work can serve as a guide for the practicing yogi in rethinking ways of putting time-honored precepts into practice, in yoga and in life.
One Spirit Medicine offers readers a multi-layered wellness guide for the 21st century in the form of an easy-to-understand synthesis of ancient wisdom and recent research.
To journey through the Ecuadorian jungle with composer and former Bard College music professor Margaret De Wys is to embark upon a first-rate adventure worthy of Indiana Jones.
Few issues are more concerning than the growth of plastic marine pollution. Surprisingly little is actually known about it, or its impact. Why?
The pièce de résistance here is a 12-course tasting menu that is Chef Lee’s culinary playground.
Stiffelman helps parents shine a light on the roots of their own reactionary outbursts, and suggests new ways to communicate so that everyone feels heard, respected and connected.
While coconut oil and exercise independently lowered blood pressure, only the combination returned blood pressure levels to normal.