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If Our Bodies Could Talk

Inside the 'Intentional Lifestyle' of Communal Living

Jul 28, 2016 | 58 videos
Video by The Atlantic

The group-housing industry is growing in American cities. One Brooklyn company, Pure House, prides itself on providing not just group housing, but “an intentional way of living” amid the isolation of modern urban life. In this episode of If Our Bodies Could Talk, the residents of Pure House invite James Hamblin to learn more about the trend, complete with dinner and meditation.

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Authors: Nicolas Pollock, Erica Moriarty, James Hamblin

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Off-beat perspectives on health topics from Dr. James Hamblin.