Many heroin users do not know the taking long-term or short-term risks they are taking when they experiment with the drug.
Mindful entrepreneur Gena Bean founded “Mindful Boston” to meet the ever burgeoning need for mindfulness in personal and professional life for Bostonians.
At a time when mindfulness is praised for far more than mere stress reduction, business leaders like Tom Coburn of Jebbit are exploring ways to harness the power of mindfulness to benefit their business.
As published research becomes more prominent and frequent practice more popular, the scope of what it means to be “mindful” is evolving — or it might be more accurate to say its roots are in a period of revival.
Mindfulness has gone vogue, a sentiment reflected upon by Boston-based yogi Rebecca Pacheco in her new book, “Do Your Om Thing: Bending Yoga Tradition to Fit Your Modern Life.” Learn more about Pacheco and her experiences.
Carrie took the grief from her son’s death and turned it into an organization that raises money for families who are also struggling with addiction.
Has the national crack down on prescription opioids fueled the new-age heroin epidemic?
Hair extensions and weaves can add volume and length to hair and many African-American women have used them. Weaves are applied by braiding natural hair into horizontal cornrows or tracks, and sewing strips of wefted hair on to the plaits.
Hair salons across Boston and surrounding areas are working to meet the needs of African-American women by offering a full variety of styles and treatments.