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From Executive Chef Chad Luethje of Miraval, Tucson, Arizona
From Pastry Chef Nathaniel Reid, St. Regis Monarch Beach Resort, Dana Point, California
By: Cathy Christensen
This common Indian spice can warm up your spa menu.
As the lack of nutrition and physical activity continues to result in rising rates of preventable conditions, the question of government intervention is being posed.
Nutrition expert Patty James offers these easy tips to help you and your clients become healthier in 2010.
Feeling uplifted urges people to go out and perform good acts themselves, research says.
By: Simone Baroke
What's good for the body can be good for the mind--and for the spa owner.
By: Sarah Kajonborrirak
Clients looking for soothing stress relief and holistic wellness are turning their attention to their feet.
A modern twist on traditional acupuncture may bring some pain relief to people with knee arthritis, at least in the short term, a small study suggests.