• 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
  • Deadlines for reserving advertising space are about three weeks prior to publication (contact us for individual issue deadlines)
  • Everyday distribution in locations throughout the Greater Triangle
  • Information about “Next Issue


Publication Date – SEPTEMBER 19

It’s often said that “it takes a village to raise a child,” reflecting the importance of the broader community— including teachers, culture, faith communities, and environmental factors—in a child’s development. But what is the impact on children when the “village” is a global one—connected by an extraordinary web of social and information media? The September issue will explore the social, cultural, and environmental factors that impact children’s health and, importantly, their healthy development—including environmental toxins, unhealthy use of social media, ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences), obesity, and substance abuse. And we will explore with area practitioners their understanding of how to best support our children on their path to adulthood.


Publication Date – NOVEMBER 14

Our lives are made up of endless choices—and many of them affect the quality of our lives and the health of our minds and bodies. Many personal choices link directly to disease states and chronic health problems, ranging from mild to gravely serious. Tobacco use, excessive alcohol consumption, and unhealthy body weight are the “big three;” but many other factors—affected by the choices we make—contribute to our overall health. In the November issue, area practitioners will explore the power of choice to harm or heal.


Publication Date – JANUARY 16

Clearly, experts agree, there’s a link between health and balance—meaning the equilibrium of forces within the body, the mind and emotions, and the human spirit. Between different people ,and even from moment to moment, the locus of balance is always different. What constitutes a balanced diet for one person may be completely different for another. There is no “one size fits all.” And there are questions to probe: Is “healthy balance” a constant, or does it change over time? Does pain mean a person is out of balance? Does stress? What role do meditation, diet, and exercise play in achieving and maintaining balance? Topics to consider in our December issue.