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While Montpelier Mansion programs have been moved offsite during restoration at the historic house museum this year, one annual event will nevertheless be held at its regular place. The 17th annual Montpelier Festival of Herbs, Teas and the Arts is held...
Maryland will soon be home to a new university — one in which students can train in acupuncture, Chinese herbs and other forms of integrative medicine. The Tai Sophia Institute, a Howard County holistic health training center, has received state...
As a very pregnant and very red Kim storms out of a brunch date with the other women, this episode of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," just may mark the end of Kim's relationship with the rest of the women. She attempted to wiggle her way out of...
Happy Thanksgiving dear readers, Happy Turkey Day, too! I pray that your Thanksgiving celebration is a delightful affair and one for which you have much to be thankful. To all you travelers or folks who have family and friends who will be traveling, safe...
Answer time! Let's see how well you did on this year's quiz. 1. What are the sensory characteristics of a "dumb" wine? A dumb wine shows no more than a little (if any) fruit, plus some chocolate tannins and a kiss of sweet oak. The "nose" is closed....
Visit the Hays House Museum in Bel Air Sunday at 1 p.m. and explore the health issues and illnesses that plagued 18th century women and children. Visitors will see a display of historic medical equipment and find out about herbal medicines, midwifery...
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For as long as she can remember, Mervin Savoy has pressed the world to see her as she sees herself. She refused to be bowed by the school officials who wouldn't let her write "American Indian" on forms identifying her race. She refused to be halted by...
Grand Haven Tribune, Mich.Spring is in the air, and so is the pollen. A lot of it. Tiny granules of pollen carried in the welcome warm breeze are wreaking havoc on local allergy sufferers. Local pharmacists and doctors said they're seeing an uptick in the number of people...
FarmingtonSald Primary Care & Integrative Medicine opened in May 1 with a treatment center in Farmington that offers patients access to a primary care physician, naturopathic physician, acupuncture and nutritional counseling. In addition, all support staff...
Daily Camera, Boulder, Colo.If you go What: Colorado School of Clinical Herbalism open house When: noon-5:30 p.m. Sunday Where: 2900 Valmont Road, Unit F-1 (enter from 29th Street) Cost: Free Info: 720-406-8609 or visit ClinicalHerbalism.com. It's a common Boulder story:...
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Boston HeraldMeet the "Peeples." Making- her directing debut, screenwriter Tina Gordon Chism ("Drumline," "ATL") may just have delivered the sleeper comedy of the season. Leads Craig Robinson (TV's "The Office") and Kerry Washington ("Django Unchained," TV's...
Special to the TribuneAlmost everywhere you look, you're bombarded with advertisements shilling products that promise "energy," "pep" and "vigor" — all with little to no side effects. You can buy the products at any convenience or grocery store or by mail order. With the...
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