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Jason Momoa Must Be Aquaman!
Whoopi: 'Spoken Like a True White Guy'
Muscogee (Creek) Nation Mourns Loss
Huntress: Outrageous or Justifed?
Supermoon Summer Starts July 12
Focusing on Spirit Lake’s Sacred Youth
Pow Wow Regalia
Christi Belcourt Wins Ontario Arts Honor
Listen to Lakota Elder Talk Education
NMAI Profile: Frank Paiz
A Claimed Right of Reduction and the UN
What Rez Summers Will Feel Like in 2100
What's Wrong With This Music Video?
Keeping Zebra Mussel at Bay in Flathead
Kit Carson Park Keeps Its Name, for Now
Tribe Donates $900K for Water Treatment
Pow Wow Weekend Planner
When the Teacher Becomes the Student
New Zealand Honors the Creator's Game Wi
Chef Bitsoie’s Native Corn Chowder
Thing About Skins
Report: Alberta Oil Sands Contaminate Wild Food, Give Aboriginals Cancer
The Alberta oil sands are contaminating the wild food...
5 Foods Natives Hunted Before Europeans
What do you call an Indian vegetarian? A bad hunter. ...
10 Foods Natives Had Before Europeans
Much confusion surrounds Indigenous foods. "Before 1492,...
Back to Basics: Taos Pueblo Wins Health Award With Old-School Farming
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation awarded Taos Pueblo a...
Watch & Learn: Make Creamy Kale & Artichoke Dip Like Hoopa Home-Chef Meagen Baldy
This is the perfect yummy weekend appetizer for get-...
Health & Wellness
Some Sodas Exceed Safe Limit for Potential Carcinogen Known as 'Caramel Coloring'
Warning: Drinking a full can of certain sodas, like Goya Malta or Pepsi One, exposes users to an extremely high dosage of 4-methylimidazole, or 4-MeI, a chemical and potential carc...
Apache AIDS Survivor Runs Fifth Half-Marathon
Isadore Boni, a San Carlos Apache member and AIDS survivor , shared his fifth half-marathon experience with Wellbound Storytellers ...
Native History: Roe v. Wade Passes, But Indigenous Women Lack Access
This Date in Native History: On January 22, 1973, the United States Supreme Court decided in Roe v. Wade that women across America had the constitutional right to legal abortions...
Glaucoma: The 'Silent Thief' Begins to Tell its Secrets
National Eye Institute
Glaucoma is sometimes called the "silent thief of sight" because it slowly damages the eyes and can cause irreparable harm before there is any vision loss...
Coyote Thoughts: How To Be Resilient in 2014
It’s the start of a new year. A lot of people make New Year’s resolutions like: lose weight, stop smoking, exercise more, save money, and perhaps find Big Foot...
Mentoring, Nurturing Young Lives at Chickasaw Children’s Village
Dana Lance, Chickasaw Nation
A chance meeting at a high school football game forever changed the lives of one family and dozens of Chickasaw children...
Syphilis Cases Peak in South Dakota
Forty-eight syphilis cases were reported in South Dakota in 2013—the most diagnosed in the state in 44 years, reported the Rapid City Journal ...
Buffalo Jerky Tanka Bars Selling on 375 Reservations; Low-Cal, High-Energy
Oglala Sioux-owned Native American Natural Foods —maker of the delicious buffalo jerky and cranberry bar, known as the Tanka Bar, among many other 100 percent natural, low-calorie,...
Caffeine Boosts Memory for at Least 24 Hours
Your daily morning caffeine jolt may be improving your memory, at least for a day...
A Simple Costa Rican Breakfast to Carry You Through The Morning
It was very tempting to write another column about the latest dessert I’m craving during this pregnancy, but I decided to give you all a little peak into Costa Rican culture this w...
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Let's Move! in Indian Country to Celebrate Third Anniversary at Zuni Pueblo
USDA Grant to Help CRYP Advance Food Sovereignty
5 Reasons Natives Have Lustrous Locks: Ancient, Indigenous Hair Remedies
NDSU to Establish American Indian Public Health Resource Center
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