An Accident of Geography: Compassion, Innovation and the Fight Against Poverty

An Accident of Geography: Compassion, Innovation and the Fight Against Poverty

By Richard C. Blum with Thomas C. Hayes An eminently successful private-equity investor, humanitarian and public policy advocate, Richard C. Blum chronicles his journey to help lift thousands of people from poverty in far reaches of the world – people who have little or no access to the most basic necessities of life simply because of ‘the accident of their birth.’ Having created an unprecedented, multidisciplinary curriculum in poverty and development Read more »
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November 21, 2016
Wolf Haven: Sanctuary and the Future of Wolves in North America

Wolf Haven: Sanctuary and the Future of Wolves in North America

By Brenda Peterson and Photographer Annie Marie Musselman Wolf Haven gives an intimate look at the intelligence and majesty of the wolves that have been given sanctuary at Wolf Haven International near Mount Ranier in Washington State. Annie Marie Musselman’s stirring photographs express the wolves’ wild spirit and intuitive nature, behavior patterns and social structure, while Brenda Peterson’s text puts their stories into the context of their struggle to coexist with Read more »
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November 21, 2016
The Making of a Movement

The Making of a Movement

By Lana Turnbull Last November Pope Francis declared a Holy Year of Mercy to last from December 2015 to November 2016. His plea to the world was for “mercy, not judgment,” with the goal of changing the way the Church is perceived by the people around the world. As this Holy Year comes to a close, after an unusually contentious presidential campaign season and an increasingly volatile world, I find myself wishing Read more »
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November 21, 2016
VooDoo Flossing, Kinesio Taping and Cupping, Oh My!

VooDoo Flossing, Kinesio Taping and Cupping, Oh My!

By Brian B. Parr, Ph.D. ACSM Certified Clinical Exercise Physiologist If you play sports or exercise regularly you probably have experienced some sort of injury. Hopefully yours was just a minor muscle strain, joint sprain, or soreness after a workout. Sports-related injuries are common, and most people who exercise report some type of injury in a given year. Thankfully, most are not serious enough to prevent continuing an exercise program, especially Read more »
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November 18, 2016
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