The holiday season is approaching, and I encourage you to take a moment to think about how you’ll use this time to renew and refresh. Since our first big celebration is Thanksgiving, it makes sense to start with gratitude. I try to make gratitude a part of my regular practice because I think it’s good for my mind, body, and spirit. And I certainly do have a lot to be thankful for ... CONTINUE READING
How to Cook for Diabetics and Vegans on Turkey Day
Alongside family and football, food is often the highlight of Thanksgiving. But if you’re cooking dinner for a large group, crafting the perfect menu can be difficult. Veganism and vegetarianism are more popular than ever, and it can be frustrating finding dishes that everyone can enjoy — or even eat at all, in the case of a diabetic friend or family member.
Luckily, there are plenty of options to create an amazing meal for any group of diverse diners ... CONTINUE READING
How COVID-19 Worsened America’s Opioid Crisis
Since the mid-1990s, over 500,000 deaths have been attributed to opioids. Many factors fueled the problem: corporate greed, economic recession, and changing attitudes toward pain treatments. Then came the COVID-19 pandemic, which escalated the opioid crisis to untold levels ... CONTINUE READING