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Conscious Soaking @ La Paloma, Truth or Consequences, NM

My husband and I have soaked at La  Paloma Hot Springs many times in T or C, New Mexico to sooth and warm our Anchorage, Alaskan bones.  This year our stay at La Paloma was focused on attending… Read More

Seeking the Waters for Wellness

By Janet Abbott Natural mineral waters have always provided benefits to living creatures on earth. There are both cold mineral waters as well as thermal waters that are naturally heated by the earth’s core. Water travels through the… Read More

Glenwood Hot Springs Patron, 98, Keeps on Swimming

Life in the Lap Lanes: Glenwood Hot Springs Patron, 98, Keeps on Swimming PRESS RELEASE UPDATED: APR 14, 2017 Carbondale resident and Glenwood Hot Springs Pool regular proves age is no reason to stop doing what you love…. Read More

Hot Springs Good Medicine

  Glenwood Hot Springs-Proves Good Medicine for Spine-Injured Kayaker PRESS RELEASE UPDATED: JUL 7, 2017 After a devastating back injury, Carbondale kayaker Nate White is walking again, in part because of therapy he did at the Glenwood Hot… Read More

Insiders Guide to Spas

In Praise of Balneology: New Periodical Debuts — Mary Bemis If you’d like to learn about the basics of  balneology, “the study of therapeutic bathing and medicinal springs,” you’ll be pleased to discover the premier issue of BANA… Read More

Balneotherapy Research in France

The article Balneotherapy Research in France by Christian François Roques, focuses on new research on the beneficial use of natural mineral waters for a number of chronic diseases. There are currently 100 natural mineral water resorts in France that… Read More