April 2009


April Features

Conscious Creator
Actress Dee Wallace embodies the feel-good spirit of one of her signature films—
“E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial”—by practicing and teaching self-responsibility
for happiness and health.

Our Rewired Brains
There’s a growing chorus of concern that the time we spend immersed in technology is
reworking our neurocircuitry. But there are ways to avoid tech overload.

Milk’s Many Choices
Moo-ve over, Bessie: Today milks come from a variety of sources, including soy,
nuts and rice—and as ready-to-go milk alternatives.

Herbal Medicine: Tradition Meets Science
Years of traditional knowledge about medicinal plants is now supplemented by
research to create a healing system bridging both worlds.

 

April Departments

ET Mail
Why all moisturizers aren’t the same.

Editor’s Note
The filter of the modern world.

Wellness Watch
Want to know how much to exercise? Go climbing the activity pyramid.

Earth Matters
Green burials: Going eco-friendly all the way.

Washington Update
Why the FDA should not be educating us about supplements.

Holistic Healing
There’s healing to be found in a garden.

Malady Makeover
Don’t let varicose veins mar your legs.

Cooking Corner
Celebrating spring with asparagus.

Natural Market
Granola without the gluten.

Supplement Savvy
Supplements that help you drift off to sleep and stay that way.

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