Health and fitness
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Sugar's link to depression

Last month I talked about sugar and your pineal gland. This month it's sugar and depression. Many doctors agree that the most damaging thing we can eat is sugar. It is a major cause of inflammation … more

Zia Energetics – living in connection

Each person has their own unique composition and particular nutritional needs. Connecting to ourselves and to nature can help us find a way to health, said Johanna Boudreau of Zia Energetics in … more

Treating the whole person at Taos Health Primary and Integrative Care

When a person experiences an ongoing and complex illness, they may struggle to find solutions to improving their health. more

Veterans' outreach group hits the TSV slopes

As part of its 5th Annual veterans' appreciation week, Taos nonprofit Not Forgotten Outreach held a special ski week for... more

Set goals the right way

Are you starting the new year with this type of resolution/affirmation? "In 2018. I'm going to... more

Pole fitness in Taos

A new fitness class in Taos has students spinning with excitement. Adding to the growing list of classes at the Taos Body Shop, owner Julia Fernandez de … more

Series explores indigenous herbalism, healing

Healers and herbalists from a dozen tribes will be conducting a series of workshops at the Shakti Spirit Sanctuary in Arroyo Seco over the next three months.  Each workshop is on a Sunday and … more

Run for your life

While the Taos Valley weather can’t make up its mind what to do next, budding runners shouldn’t let that stop them from getting out on the trail and prepping for some great upcoming … more

Outside hosts fourth Bike and Brew

Cycling enthusiasts and beer aficionados come together in the City Different for the fourth annual Outside Bike and Brew Festival, which will occur today through Sunday (May 18-21). The weekend … more

Run for it!

If one of your New Year's resolutions is to run your first half-marathon, a nice challenge at 13.1 miles, your choices for races abound this spring in New Mexico. more
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