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Hearing loss is up 30% since the 90’s. Say what? gives us some tips on how to turn down the volume and turn up hearing longevity.
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The Fullest Mar 27
If you’ve been saying cell phones will be our generation’s smoking for some time now, Italy may have just proved it. The team digs into the causal link between our cell phones and cancer cells.
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The Fullest Mar 26
National Geographic fellow Dan Buettner attributes the Japanese concept of ‘moais’ as one of the key variables to lasting happiness.
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The Fullest Mar 25
It’s almost impossible to live a zero-waste life within the current grocery system (when you can get groceries, that is). But don’t despair, we’ve got the stores and services making , zero-difficult.
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The Fullest Mar 24
Social distancing doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate with this delicious recipe. Packed full of nourishment and comfort, it’s perfect to ring in the Middle Eastern celebration and snuggle up with your loved ones on the couch.
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The Fullest Mar 23
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The Fullest Mar 23
This week, we’re podcasting from home & feeling incredibly fortunate for technology in times of ! Deborah Hanekamp of Mama Medicine talks us through the individual & collective messages she’s received on rest, the divine feminine & fear.
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The Fullest Mar 23
Loss is painful, personal, and deeply transformative. It will always be a unique journey, but one that can be soothed by togetherness. Learn the universal themes of (and we’re not just talking about death).
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The Fullest Mar 22
Abolitionists believe closing prisons and building community is totally doable if we can all stretch ourselves to embrace radical changes in perspective.
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The Fullest Mar 21
In the US, the maternal mortality rate has doubled since ’91. Yep, even one of the world’s biggest superpowers still isn’t properly advocating for its mothers.
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The Fullest Mar 20
Learn when to deepen your bonds with your gal pals and when to gracefully let them go. Warning: emotional intelligence knowledge bombs ahead.
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The Fullest Mar 19
The Surgeon General has classified tech and gaming as the latest forms of addiction. But are the 12-steps, therapy, and environment rehabilitation programs transferable to tech?
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The Fullest Mar 18
Middle Easterners & other ethnicities have been left off the US Census since the beginning of the census. This, and more on the flaws and fallacies of our nation’s biggest population reporting tool.
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The Fullest Mar 17
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The Fullest Mar 17
Toilet paper panic buying & mask mania have taken the world hostage. The power of the media is real. Stephen Harrod Buhner tells us everything you need to know about the respiratory illness & all the herbal remedies that’ll help keep you COVID-19 free.
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The Fullest Mar 16
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The Fullest Mar 14
You’re not in a couple, you’re in a polygamous relationship that includes: you, them, and both of your subconscious minds. It may sound hard, but acknowledging your can help deepen a relationship.
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The Fullest Mar 13
If you know something is off in their relationship but you don’t want to cross the line, . Speaking up is a delicate and nuanced situation, but with the right approach you can make all the difference. And that’s what friends are for!
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The Fullest Mar 12
Sure, we love adaptogens, but nervines are also ace. Moral of the story: forget and intuitively connect with herbs:
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The Fullest Mar 11
Smartphones are here to stay, and let’s be honest, we can’t all parent off the grid. So is tech having physical impacts on developing brains? Yes. But are there also easy hacks to help bring your kids (and your own) tech use into balance? Also, yes.
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