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In 2007 researcher and explorer Dan Buettner journeyed to Costa Rica with a team of scientists to study communities where people have some of the longest lifespans in the world. This area, and others like it, became known as...

Children’s book writer Dr. Seuss wrote, “Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple.”

In children’s health, we have a lot of questions about what has gone wrong. Why are...

What if you could easily tune into the wisdom of your body and understand exactly what you need to heal yourself physically, emotionally, and energetically?

Through self-healing and writing techniques that restore your balance, strength,...

The second annual Living Well With Lyme Disease conference at Omega in June 2015 brought together people with Lyme along with health-care practitioners, caregivers, and others impacted by the condition.

The response from the community was...

Pesto is quick to make and versatile in the kitchen. It can be tossed with pasta, used as a base for dipping vegetables, or added to omelets for extra color and zing. You can make pesto with the last of the herbs in the garden and freeze it for...

What: Walking meditation involves focusing on the physical sensations of every step you take, sometimes in coordination with the breath.

Examples: The Zen Buddhist practice of kinhin; the...

In October of 2010, Jill Taylor turned 50 and decided it was time to do a cleanse. She had suffered for years with chronic health issues, and a friend suggested a trip from Rochester to Omega Institute.

Taylor had never been to Omega or...

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