Health and fitness
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Living with food sensitivities

Food gives us pleasure and is essential to our survival. However, depletion of our soils and other effects of our lifestyles seem to be producing an increased incident of food sensitivities.If you … more

Recognizing the pain of shingles, treating the virus

Is it a spider bite? A burn? Did your dog cuddle up after running through poison ivy?Shingles causes a special kind of pain, and it's always interesting to see what it gets … more

Ancient secret for growing younger

Fourteen years ago when I happened onto the Tibetan Rites of Rejuvenation in a book by Peter Kelder, I knew instinctively these exercises would help me grow younger, and they have.Known as The Five … 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

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

Changing your life: beyond New Year's resolutions

Your success in making a major change in your life depends on the reasonableness of your goal and how ready you are to change... more

Winter fitness

The weather is cold outside and good food abounds inside. Why exercise or go outside? more

Bite marks: Bedbugs, mites or spiders?

If you stay in a hotel or motel – or anywhere else – and you wake up with bite marks, there are some things to consider. Could it be bedbugs? more

Frenzied Christmas? Not for Ellen

Christmas is the least miserable day of the year. more
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