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take a breath of fresh air
Get outside and reap the benefits of fresh-air. (Photo: We Heart It)

Take a breath of fresh air—it’s good for your health
Being outdoors can help your body and brain in many ways.  —Huffington Post

Portable campfire snacking with a kick
Hike through the wilderness with these energizing, nutritious chocolate peanut-butter balls. —Choosing Raw

The price we pay—or don’t pay—for yoga
Are instructors making a living? —YogaDork

Cleaner pores and dirty oceans
Where do all those plastic microbeads from facial cleansers go? —Earth Island Journal 

Broccoli in, toxins out
New studies suggest that the cruciferous veggie can help your body keep the bad stuff out. —Prevention 

A graceful strut begins in the gym
8 exercises that make it easier to walk in your fave pair of pumps. —Marie Claire

He wore WHAT in high school?!
Why women are pledging not to Google potential mates until the third date. —The Cut 

Fooled by food labels
Certain words—like ‘natural’—are quietly changing what you buy in the supermarket. —Think Progress

Allergies, be gone!
15 ways to get relief that won’t make you drowsy. —Organic Authority