Managing Stress and Blood Sugar by Nourishing Your Pallet

We throw the term “stress” around a lot, and as of late it has been used much more. What exactly does this little word entail? Is stress a bad thing? It depends on the perception of it and the length of time. Stress, in and of itself, is not bad and can help us to grow. Yet ...

Full-body Biomechanical Approach for Sports Injuries

Top-notch athletes pride themselves on being in shape. When an injury occurs in these individuals, it is typically not due to a strength issue, unless there is a muscular imbalance. While exercise can eventually offer relief, this is not always the case. In some severe ...

Breast Thermography: Redefining Early Detection

During the month of October, pink ribbons and an assortment of pink clothing and paraphernalia have a singular meaning to most women over age 40: schedule an annual mammogram. For all women, breast health is important, as every woman living today ...

Illness as Opportunity: Transform Sickness into a Self-Healing Journey

When we are sick and in pain, we try to get well quickly. This is the natural response. We seek treatments to “fix” or get rid of our pain and symptoms so we can get back to our normal lives. When the treatment doesn’t make the symptoms go away, and we begin to suffer ...

Well-being in Eight Seconds: Hone Your Emotional Intelligence

Sitting in my doctors’ office, I had no idea both of us were about to have a most pivotal moment. She put my face in her hands and said, “You just look so pathetic.” I had lost so much weight that I was practically a walking bone. It was so very frustrating that no ...

Back-to-School 2020: Education Outside the Box

To say we are living in unprecedented times is an understatement. Parents who expected to be sending their children to school in the fall are facing dilemmas in terms of both school safety and restrictions. The reasons run the gamut from apprehension about virus ...

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