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“We were made by love, to love and to be loved, and we are at our best when we live in love,” says Bishop Michael B. Curry.
Base’s at-home bio-marker testing paired with an app for tracking offers science-based results and recommendations personalized just for you.
Obesity and type 2 diabetes are huge risk factors for certain types of cancer. Reducing your insulin reduces your cancer risk. Fasting helps, too.
A weighted blanket puts the right amount of pressure on your body to reduce sleep issues and support mental health.
Take control of how you trade your energy for time so you can increase your body’s energy budget and life’s money flow.
Forging deeper attachments to our own souls, to one another, and even to our planet helps us heal ourselves and our world.
We all want to be seen for who we are, know that we matter, and want to be loved. More human connection is the key to all those things.
Boost your biology with the three requirements for friendship: it’s long lasting, it’s positive, and it’s cooperative.
New research clears up the confusion about Alzheimer’s, while a new program outlines step-by-step details for preventing and reversing it.
The right amount of hormesis can help to bulletproof your body and mind Everyone knows that much the world has been on lockdown for the …
93% of people’s perceptions of you are based on the sound of your voice. Learn the fundamentals of communication and connection from a master voice coach.
Breathing can nurture our bodies, center us, and rebalance us. When you start harnessing the power of your breath, you’re going to feel huge benefits.
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