Vol 21 No 03

Photo by Jill Dubien

Creating healthy habits

Photos by Jill Dubien Rather than treating food as a reward, let’s emphasize nutrition as fuel.   Every time I turn around there is an event that involve...

Mindfulness

Charting a path toward greater sanity, well-being, and purpose—and changing business from within Author David Gelles When my article “The Mind Business” ...
Illustration by Autumn Frederickson

All work and no play?

Dr. Stuart Brown invites each of us to rediscover our unique “play personalities.” Illustration by Autumn Frederickson His directions were precise, thoug...

Sleep on it  

Neuroscientist Russell Foster explores the importance of sleep and how it’s being used more recently as an early predictor of mental health. “EARLY TO BED, EAR...

Kroc Center to the Rxcue

Medical director makes patient appointments in the gym Jeff Menter and his partner and caretaker Johnna Holden walk the indoor track at The Salvation Army R...

Housing first, care second

Pathway to Housing’s simple yet revolutionary way to help the chronically homeless Gerard Thomas Gerard Thomas served with the U.S. Army in the Vietnam W...
Sandy and Erik Weber stand in front of The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center in San Diego, Calif.

Without limits

Author, Olympian and recent law school graduate Erik Weber continues to defy the odds. Erik Weber interrupts his whirling dance to throw his arms around his ...

Making the Makers

In 2008, Emily Pilloton founded Project H, a non-profit that teaches building and design skills to youth, with an emphasis on girls and children of color. Pr...

Tips on Conserving Water

It’s no secret that California is running low on water. Images of dry reservoirs, shrinking lakes and dead almond trees are popping up everywhere online. ...

Encouraging girls to code

Projections say there will be 1.4 million computer specialist job openings by 2020, but currently just .3 percent of high school girls major in computer science...