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Joe Cross lost 80 pounds, cured himself of a chronic illness, and helped change countless lives along the way. The filmmaker and main subject of the documentary Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead, shares one of his favorite green drinks with us.  Serving Size: 16 ounces Ingredients 1 cucumber4 celery stalks2 apples6–8 kale leaves1/2 lemon1 tablespoon fresh ginger Directions More
How do you develop or maintain a sense of humor when battling something like cancer? Cancer survivor and comedian Scott Burton explains the importance of a sense of humor, how it can get us through even the toughest times, and how it comes in as many forms as those who enjoy its gifts. As someone who's job is bringing humor to those on every level of battling cancer, I hear quite often from nurses, caregivers and fellow survivors that they agree: "When battling cancer, you simply have to have a sense of humor." More
When biophysicist and cell-biologist Joyce Hawkes was knocked unconscious, she had a near-death experience that imparted a lasting sense of peace, joy, and clarity. Today, she is a healer who helps people appreciate the precious moments of their lives, starting with the present.  More
Declare Your Intention to Heal
Keep your feet on the ground when walking through a storm, says Carolyn Scott Kortge, an award-winning journalist, cancer survivor, and author of The Spirited Walker and Healing Walks for Hard Times. Backed by research, her inspiring message is clear: Walking can heal. In this article, she describes how healing walks got her through some of the most difficult times. More
Strawberry season is a much-anticipated event in the Northeast, strawberries being one of the first and most impressive fresh fruits we finally we get to pick after long, cold winters. While they are great on their own, strawberries are fantastic in desserts, so I tapped Omega’s former head baker, Erin Day, for her favorite strawberry recipe. A buckle, which is similar to a crumble, is a cake with berries in the batter and a streusel topping. It can also be made with blueberries, raspberries, peaches, or a combination of fruits. More
June is a big month for the water signs. According to astrologer Eric Francis, that’s good news for everyone, unless your only friend is a cactus (and they love water, too, just not too much of it). For a more thorough explanation of this month's astrology, see June 2013: The Most Interesting Month Since the Ocean. More

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