Meet Me

MoMA breaks new art therapy ground with their Alzheimer's project

Since its inception four years ago, MoMA’s “Meet Me” program for dementia and Alzheimer’s patients has not only grown increasingly successful, but it has inspired museums around the U.S. to take part. The program provides an opportunity for the patients—most of whom were artists or frequenters of the museum previously—to view current exhibitions during off hours on a carefully guided tour. While art therapy isn’t …

Nature’s Catch Smoked Salmon Jerky

The classic road-trip snack gets a healthy, sustainable update

A traveler’s staple, beef jerky boasts a low calorie count but provides little other health benefits. Nature’s Catch serves up a nutritiously tasty substitute with their Smoked Salmon Jerky. Using only wild Alaskan salmon, the Blaine, Washington-based company keeps sustainability in mind—the Environmental Defense Fund names salmon as one of the best eco-friendly fish to eat—when creating their thinly sliced jerky. Drawing on the well-managed …

Q-Link Mini

Help your body tune out the electromagnetic frequencies coming from your devices

With phone calls to make, e-mails to write and noise to tune out, we are constantly connected to our personal electronic devices. To ward off the harmful electromagnetic fields radiating from these gadgets, the Sausalito, CA-based Clarus Institute designed the Q-Link—an innovative product that uses Sympathetic Resonance Technology to help your body defend against EMFs and other stresses produced by electronic devices. Previously embedded in …