Unlike many health and wellness magazines, Spirituality and Health is actively seeking strong first-person narratives. Plus, 75 percent of the book is freelance-written.
The newly redesigned mag features timely coverage of hot topics in spirituality and wellness, and has a commitment to in-depth reporting.
“We continue to be committed to our mission of exploring the frontiers of spirituality and health, and we have moved into environmental and humanitarian issues, as well,” editor-in-chief Karen Bouris said of the changes.
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