Posts by Paul Taubman

New Chelsea Market Emphasizes Elegant Shopping

The New Chelsea Market is more than just a grocery store. It is an inviting food shopping experience. Like the neighborhood grocery of days past, they offer high-quality foods, quality ingredients and above all, warm and friendly services, including a wine-tasting event after 4 p.m. each Friday. Co-owner Francisca Fernandez says, “Our professional staff is…

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Secret Ingredients

New Film Shares Stories of Hope and Healing A new feature-length documentary, Secret Ingredients, makes a compelling case for why organic foods may be the key to unlocking better health and reversing chronic illnesses ranging from asthma to autism. The film shares the uplifting stories of individuals and families that overcame their struggles with digestive…

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Teeny Town

Tiny Houses Can Benefit Seniors The University of Southern Indiana (USI) is building a small, modular home on its Evansville campus to demonstrate how the tiny housing model could make independent living accessible for people of all ages and abilities. It’s part of a larger effort aimed at creating a cultural transformation related to aging…

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Pumpkin Compounds Inhibit Cancer Growth

In addition to being tasty, autumn’s pumpkin pie may also help prevent cancer. Two studies have confirmed the ability of certain nutrients in pumpkins to inhibit the growth of cancer cells. Researchers from the Italian Institute of Food Science found that carotenoid compounds from pumpkins delayed the growth of human colorectal cancer and bone cancer…

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HEALING THE HARD STUFF

Natural Approaches Resolve Major Illnesses by Linda Sechrist Although natural health enthusiasts may recognize alternative healing modalities as a preferred approach to treatment, in the face of major health issues, even they tend to join the crowd that’s turning first to conventional medicine. Thus, many gentler modalities described in The Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine, co-authored…

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