Points Newsletter - October 2020

The Ancient Art of Bathing
The Ancient Art of Bathing

Bathing has a long history in human activity; it probably began in the Stone Age since a majority of European caves containing Paleolithic art are located a short distance from natural springs. Some ancient people like Egyptian priests were fastidiously clean, but the greatest washers of all time were the Harappan people who lived in what is now modern day-Pakistan and Northern India who bathed three times a day; a practice that continues in some Harappan communities even today. More...

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Pooch Patios

Pooch Patio Being homebound during COVID has created an increase in pet adoption and fostering around the country, giving loving homes to a lot of happy pooches. Do you have an old dog, a new dog, or hoping to get a dog very soon? There are several factors to consider when upgrading a backyard or patio that will keep your dog happy and healthy.

First and foremost, dogs need access to food and fresh, clean drinking water. Elevated food and water bowls to avoid neck and posture problems are good for most dogs—their bowls should be square with their chest, so they don’t have to lift their neck up or down to get to food and water. More...

 

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Ask Dr. MaoQ: How can we make our environment, at home and at work, conducive to a longer, healthier life?

A: Our surroundings have a direct link to our lives. According to the Taoist Principles, we are interconnected to everyone and everything in our surroundings. This has profound meaning when we discuss health and wellness.

Some practical advice to help:

1. Keep clutter to a minimum, less is better.

2. Keep functional areas separate and do not mix them.

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