Monthly Archives: January 2014

Guiding Star

The Guiding Star Project is an initiative that is starting in Ironton, Minnesota. Its aim is to create a model of health care for women and families that is holistic and client-centered. It believes in teaching women about their natural … Continue reading

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Emerging Health Care

In the aftermath of the 2014 March for Life, which garnered several hundred thousand participants (as gauged from and implied by a Washington Post article the next day) in the next few days Wellness Librarian will feature new models of … Continue reading

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What Does the Next Farm Bill Have to Do With Me?

It involves you directly: from the cost of obtaining your food to the ways in which your community can protect farm and ranch land. Two laudable goals set by the American Farmland Trust for the passage of the next Farm Bill are: 1. … Continue reading

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Buy Local!

The American Farmland Trust sponsors an awareness program called “No Farms No Food”! Support your local farms because “…America’s farms and ranches provide an unparalleled abundance of fresh, healthy and local food, but they are rapidly disappearing. “Ninety-one percent of … Continue reading

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NaPro Technology

Here’s a hopeful source for information about the latest research on human fertility and practical solutions for many of women’s health problems: http://naprotechnology.com. To quote from this website, “NaProTECHNOLOGY (Natural Procreative Technology) is a new women’s health science that monitors … Continue reading

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