Every woman has female sex hormones, and they can get out of balance at any time in our life cycle. Many women think this is only an issue during menopause, but…
Are you one of those people who are plagued by allergies? Does the advent of spring send you running indoors? Do you tense up when certain foods are near you?
The brain is known to be the most complex of human organs—said to contain 100 billion neurons, which is nearly as many stars as said to be in the Milky Way galaxy.
By Mark Light, MD The pineal gland is known as the “third eye” or all-seeing-eye because it has been perceived that it can envision far beyond the physical eyes, allowing it to relate and interpret physical and emotional signals and vibrations of the body to the brain. The pineal gland is named after the… Read more »
What Is CBD? By Amabelle Dela Cruz Cannabidiol, or CBD, has long garnered attention in the realm of natural products but has recently become more openly accepted among the medical community, and for good reason. From baby boomers to millennials, people from all walks of life are raving about the health benefits CBD… Read more »
How to Make Sure You’re Getting Enough of the Protective Power of Vitamin D3 By Kristin Grayce McGary, LAc., MAc., CFMP, CSTcert, CLP My family and I lived in a suburb of Chicago when I was a child. The weather was often overcast and gloomy. When it was sunny, my parents applied sunscreen. Unfortunately, when… Read more »
Connecting Community and Wellness By Jane Miners A few years ago, I began to reflect on my journey through healing and each aspect of the self: mind, body, and spirit. I became very interested in holistic wellness once I became a mother, and I have changed much about my lifestyle to become healthier… Read more »
Are You Itching To Get Rid of Your Shingles? By Dr. Patrick Giammarise, DC, IHS “S h i n g l e s”—not the roofing kind but the body rash kind—is a condition that’s best to avoid by understanding how to prevent it and how to get treated if it does occur. Shingles is… Read more »
Water Is Life By Phyllis Humber When searching for life on other planets and throughout the universe, scientists first seek to establish the presence of water. All life requires water, not only to exist, but to survive, thrive, and to be healthy. Life as we know it here on our mother planet, Earth, is… Read more »
By Pamm Larry Do you know where your dinner came from? Who did you buy it from: an anonymous corporation that creates pesticides as part of its portfolio or someone you know who grows organically? How did the grower treat the soil and water while it grew? Did the seeds come from someone who saved… Read more »