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?
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 »
By Dr. Mark Light and Vickie Van Scyoc, RN We’d like you to meet Daisy. She’s the precious border collie, a therapy dog for her owner Shauna, who has PTSD. Daisy had a large growth between two of her paw pads. Her energy level was low and Shauna was worried. The vet biopsied the growth… Read more »
Foundations for Airway and Craniofacial Excellence By Julia Worrall, RN, Executive Director, FACE Do you ever look in the mirror and notice the asymmetries and flaws in your face? Of course you do—you’re only human—we all do it. But did you know that the imperfections in your face can relay underlying medical information with important… Read more »
By Vickie Van Scyoc, RN, and Mark Light, MD Animals can develop allergies just as people can and to many of the same substances. These allergies can have a severe impact on their health, well-being, and comfort. Their immune systems respond to an allergen, seeing it as foreign and causing a reaction. Reactivity can… Read more »
Brain Allergies: Problems and Solutions By Dr. Mark Light and Vickie Van Scyoc, RN What do autism, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, headaches, or ordinary forgetfulness have in common? It might be allergies! Symptoms of Brain Allergies Include: Depression Anger Irritability Hallucinations Delusions Anxiety Insomnia Learning disability Fatigue Headache Brain fog “There is hardly any human disease… Read more »