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Health&Healing Publication Schedule
  • Health&Healing is published six times a year, in January, March, May, July, September, and November—typically mid-month
  • Each issue has a feature topic
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  • Everyday distribution in over 700 locations in the Greater Triangle area
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SEPTEMBER 2022 • 
“MAINTAINING HEALTH IN A TOXIC WORLD”

Publication Date – September 30

Toxins take many forms—increasingly in the air we breathe, the water we drink, the food we eat. And there are toxic social issues, as well: Internet bullying; over-exposure to electronic media; peer pressure leading to eating disorders; and such critical issues as a toxic political system affecting all parts of our lives. The issue invites discussion and remedies.

NOVEMBER 2022 • 
“MEDICAL MYTHS, SHIFTING KNOWLEDGE”

Publication Date – November 25

Medical myths are ageless, and thanks to the Internet they have multiplied exponentially. Some medical myths are simply benign and humorous, some are true, some are potentially lethal. Distinguishing myth from valid information can be daunting, inevitably linked with rapid expansion of health research and understanding. Knowledge shifts constantly. What was "certain" a decade ago might be seriously questioned or refuted today. We'll explore common myths, strategies for recognizing valid information, and important changes in the knowledge base.

JANUARY 2023 2022 • 
“UNDERSTANDING, EASING & ELIMINATING PAIN”

Publication Date – January 20

Underlying the epidemic of opioid addiction in this country is the problem of pain. Millions of Americans deal daily with severe and chronic pain, and are challenged to find relief. But while a plentiful array of drugs exists for the sole or principal purpose of relieving pain, taking them long-term can have adverse consequences—ranging from problem side effects to addiction. Happily, many non-pharmaceutical treatments for pain—used with or in place of medication—offer relief for sufferers. Understanding the source of pain may be the key to determining the most effective treatment for each patient. In November, we will explore with area practitioners many approaches to ease or eliminate pain.