“All we have for our daughter’s mental health rights is a...
My fellow Rutland Vermont skier, Senator Jim Jeffords,...
Ancient remedies can be used to cure common ailments even...
The White Buffalo Calf Woman Society, a nonprofit...
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has...
Amber Curatola has had long, thick, black hair nearly all...
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Health & Wellness

ICTMN Staff
2/5/12
Chow.com took a spin off the Super Bowl's trademark "The Big Game" and suggested game meats to eat while you root on your team...
ICTMN Staff
2/4/12
YouTube user daybreakwarrior regularly posts videos teaching anyone interested how to speak the Navajo language . Some of his past videos teach numbers and colors...
ICTMN Staff
2/3/12
Mary Annette Pember, Ojibwe, explores the medicating role food has played in her life, leading to obesity and diabetes, in her blog post "Eat, Pray, Love...East Some More" on Daily...
David Bender
2/3/12
Super Bowl Sunday is almost here. If it’s anything like the last time these teams met in Super Bowl XLII in 2008—we are in for a treat...
ICTMN Staff
2/2/12
Sugar is toxic and should be regulated, or at the very least taxed, like alcohol and tobacco, argue three leading obesity researchers from the University of California, San Francis...
ICTMN Staff
2/1/12
The winter frost will soon thaw across the country, and for many delighted Cherokees, that means spring gardening season is just around the corner...
Michael Meuers
2/1/12
The Sixth Annual Drug and Gang Summit will take place February 15-16 at the Red Lake Seven Clans Casino Event Center...
ICTMN Staff
2/1/12
The American Indian Cancer Foundation (AICAF) is presenting a very special pow wow in Minneapolis on Saturday, April 28 th that should prove to be a wonderful, important event...
Mary Annette Pember
2/1/12
Transcendental Meditation (TM) has come a long way from its introduction in the United States in 1960s, when its most famous teacher-practitioner, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi , was a pop...
ICTMN Staff
1/31/12
A new study reveals American Indian who frequently ate processed meat in a can, known as "spam," had double the risk of developing diabetes compared to those who ate little to none...

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