Letter from the Publisher
Another month flown by and June 2019 Natural Awakenings Tampa is here. Once again, the magazine overflows with cutting-edge information on natural health, nutrition, fitness, personal growth, green living, creative expression and the products and services that support a healthy lifestyle. It is such a pleasure to be a part in this cycle. I look forward with delight each issue to personally touch base with our readers.
For those interested in prevention and treatment of cognitive decline and memory loss, Melinda Hemmelgarn’s “Brain-Savers: Smart Strategies to Keep Dementia at Bay” (page 28) is an enlightening read. In this article we learn how advancing research in this field is uncovering natural healing approaches to prevention, treatment and notable improvement.
In this month’s Wise Words (page 32), CNN’s chief medical correspondent, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, shares insight gained in recent explorations on a number of vital health topics. His research offers noteworthy evidence that the science of alternative medicine can, and is, leading to healthy and meaningful living.
In keeping with Father’s Day this month, this issue brings news of healing advances in the field of men’s natural well-being. For example, see “Just Add Water: Aquatic Workouts for Him” (page 38), for more on the benefits achievable through low impact water aerobics.
As always, open your heart and mind and read on.
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