April 2013

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Body and Sol Productions Bringing Events to Tucson

I have joined with Barbara Peters to create Body and Sol Productions, with the purpose of designing events throughout the year to create community and platforms where Tucson’s women and businesses thrive, and where learning, creativity and purpose can continue to grow at any age.

Preventive Screening for At-Risk Age Group

Digital infrared thermal imaging (DITI) identifies women most at risk for breast cancer, defining those within normal limits and those with some-to-increased risk factors.

Mold Illness is Difficult to Diagnose

Although mold can be an insidious, destructive toxin, linked to fatigue, depression, anxiety, multiple sclerosis, blindness and even death, the diagnosis is frequently missed.

Why Use Organic Hair Color?

In response to ammonia-related health threats, it seems that the organic movement is taking over the professional hair color market.

Bonnie’s Herb Garden at a Farmers’ Market Near You

Bonnie’s Herb Garden is a locally owned and operated purveyor of powerful herbal medicines

Healing Emphasis Yoga at Mindful Yoga

Tucson’s Mindful Yoga Studio is bringing Phoenix master teachers Jeff Martens and Donna DiNunzio to Tucson April 27 and 28.

Take the Passion Test

Certified Passion Test Facilitator Terry Levine has a secret about how to be happy that she can’t wait to share it.

Live Greener Than You Think With Natural Gas

Consumers are becoming more aware than ever of how their lifestyle affects the environment, making natural gas a natural choice when it comes to going green.

Celebrate the Anniversary of Caritas Center for Healing

The Caritas Center for Healing is celebrating its fifth anniversary in Tucson with a Wellness Fair, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., April 13.

Secret Ingredient for Creating Reality Revealed

heryl Jeffries, founder and operator of The Healing Clinic; Where You Heal It, delves into the subject of hope in her new book, Zen of Hope.

Recycling on the Inside

We repurpose furniture as one way to create a different look or change the atmosphere in a home, so why not do the same with leftovers? Extra food from one meal is easily transformed into a whole new dish.

Tucson Earth Day Festival, Parade and Water Festival

The 19th annual Tucson Earth Day Festival and Parade and fourth annual Water Festival are partnering to offer free community events from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., April 21, at Reid Park.