CoSozo Living

June 2014
June, 2014
Heart Health
Heart disease is the number one killer of women in America. We still need to get that word out!

In this issue

Ever since the Internet was created two decades ago, both it and our lives have continued to morph and change at a increasingly fast pace.

Fatty Oxidation Disorders (FODs)1 can be very challenging for families and affected children and adults (FODers).  Personally, I know I have lost sleep over it and gained a few gray hairs!  Being an F
There are so many things that I find fascinating about this process called life that it could literally fill several books to cover them all.
It's common knowledge that stress impacts our health, but a recent study also shines the light on the impact of stress on male fertility, specifically sperm count and the quality of the sperm produced
Got bad teeth? New research from a Harvard-led team, published in Science Translational Medicine, may help!
Have you ever noticed how many times in your life you felt hurt by someone?  When I first began to look at that in my life, I was astonished.  What I discovered is, at one time or another, almost ever
At a time in which computers, multimedia and iPhones cause constant over-stimulation, Ayurveda educates us to tune in with our body, vital (prana, the life energy, carrier of emotions) and mind to re-
A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of getting together with two of my favorite gal pals for lunch.
As a mom of a teenage daughter and son, body image is an important topic that I have, and must continue to address with my children.
If everyone stopped talking, our personal energy would drop. Our voice creates vibrational energy – with great subtle influence on us!

Featured Contributors

Jennifer Holton became the Director of Communications for the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development in 2012. Prior to that, Ms. Hol...
Prior to beginning TR Desktop Publishing in 1991, Kat (pictured right) had over 15 years' experience in writing, media production, training and manage...
Mo Gerhardt was born in Traverse City, MI. At the age of eight he was diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy and was told by doctors he would be l...

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Popular Blogs

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