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The Life Connection (TLC) provides a guide to San Diego County’s resources for improving health, the environment, relationships, and expanding human potential; and feature articles for everyone.

by Steve Hays, TLC publisher There are some things in life that are too...

by Steve Hays, publisher Last month we looked at some of the proposed rate...

How Sex, Love & Intimacy Can Improve with Age! Spring is here, and thoughts...

 People are getting more educated about alternative medicine, but with more information, more questions...

By: Beverly Brodsky with Dr. Eben Alexander              ...

  • by Steve Hays, TLC publisher There are some things in life that are too enjoyable for words. Nature provides us a lot to enjoy. When comes to mind first for me are the things that I see often and never get tired of. I’m thinking of hummingbirds, sunsets and Monarch butterflies. Whether they are critical […]

  • by Steve Hays, publisher Last month we looked at some of the proposed rate changes for electricity. It’s a complex and diverse industry. Speaking this past month with San Diego Gas and Electric (SDG&E), the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), the Utilities Reform Network (TURN), and other suppliers of electric power, can sometimes be more […]

  • How Sex, Love & Intimacy Can Improve with Age! Spring is here, and thoughts can turn to sex, love and intimacy. Contrary to some popular beliefs, these are not reserved for the young! My new husband and I are nearly 70, and our younger friends look at us with wonder. They see that we are […]

  •  People are getting more educated about alternative medicine, but with more information, more questions arise.  Here are some of those beliefs, thoughts, concerns, and unanswered questions. 1.  “I’ve tried everything.  Nothing’s worked.” A.  No one has done and tried everything.  The number of treatment options is so great that the question is not, “Is there […]

  • By: Beverly Brodsky with Dr. Eben Alexander                                          Edited by Yolaine M. Stout Dr. Eben Alexander, a Harvard and Duke University trained neurosurgeon, is the New York Times bestselling author of Proof of Heaven – an […]

  • From EarthTalk® E – The Environmental Magazine Dear EarthTalk: What are “dirty fuels” and why are they so called?  – Bill Green, Seattle, WA The term “dirty fuels” refers to fuels derived from tar sands, oil shale or liquid coal. Just like their more conventional fossil fuel counterparts such as petroleum and coal, they can be turned […]

  •  Penelope Young Andrade LCSW  Would you like to be more compassionate? You, like many, may be troubled by judgmentalness. Too often you find your mind overrun by a litany of criticism…of yourself and others. You’d like to let go of this, but you don’t know how.  Fortunately, the latest neuroscience research gives us some tantalizing […]

  • Women approaching midlife are plagued with insomnia, fatigue, depression, forgetfulness, low libido, and a general sense of malaise. Yet no matter what they try, they are unable to find true (or lasting) relief. As one of the country’s leading experts on hormonal balance—and as a woman who experienced these symptoms herself—Dr. Maupin has identified a […]

  • from the publisher, Steve Hays There’s been a lot of energy news recently as the Public Utilities Commission (PUC), the California Independent System Operator (CAISO), and San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) look at how to provide us with electric power and newly revised electric bills. There’s been a lot of changes. The nuclear power […]

  • Modern education has treated creativity as a luxury for quite some time, but research shows that “creating” makes people better able to solve problems in the face of hardship, less anxious, and happier. Activities that bring us closer to nature and our natural state, promote health and happiness.  Indigenous cultures around the world breathe in […]

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  • Why not Monarchs in San Diego Year Round?

    by Steve Hays, TLC publisher There are some things in life that are too enjoyable for words. Nature provides us a lot to enjoy. When comes to mind first for me are the things that I see often and never get tired of. I’m thinking of hummingbirds, sunsets and Monarch butterflies. Whether they are critical

    Why not Monarchs in San Diego Year Round?
  • High Electric Rates, Stakeholders & Common Resources

    by Steve Hays, publisher Last month we looked at some of the proposed rate changes for electricity. It’s a complex and diverse industry. Speaking this past month with San Diego Gas and Electric (SDG&E), the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), the Utilities Reform Network (TURN), and other suppliers of electric power, can sometimes be more

    High Electric Rates, Stakeholders & Common Resources
  • Passion Isn’t Only for Spring Chickens, by Beth Green

    How Sex, Love & Intimacy Can Improve with Age! Spring is here, and thoughts can turn to sex, love and intimacy. Contrary to some popular beliefs, these are not reserved for the young! My new husband and I are nearly 70, and our younger friends look at us with wonder. They see that we are

    Passion Isn’t Only for Spring Chickens, by Beth Green