October/November 2014

October/November 2014

Food goes way beyond what we put on our plates. GMOs, pesticides, carbon offset, respect for nature, animal welfare and health are just some of the elements to consider in responsible eating. You’ll find tasty bites in our annual FOOD issue, as well as a larger window into one of our favorite and most essential activities: enjoying good food! Bon appétit

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In This Issue:

  • Vets Find Peace Under Fire and Afterward

    Vets Find Peace Under Fire and AfterwardStruggling with issues around deployment, PTSD and re-entry into civilian life, both vets and recruits are searching for new ways to cope.

  • How to Have a Healthy Liver

    How to Have a Healthy LiverThe liver is our largest gland, weighing about three pounds, and is one of the body’s vital organs. It performs more than 500 functions, including: synthesizes plasma proteins, cholesterol and vitamin

  • Oral Sex, a Skill-based Activity

    Oral sex, just like other sexual acts, is a skill-based activity, and other than pornographic clips online, many people have few resources to learn and improve their skills.