Displaying items by tag: May 2015
Herbal and Integrative Treatments for Lyme Disease
by Dr. Mark Morningstar
People with Lyme disease often have multiple infections at once. Because of that, some physicians now refer to this as Multiple Combined Infectious Disease Syndrome, or...
Laura Prepon’s Journey to Health
Home Cooking, Organics and Massage Are Key
by Gerry Strauss
From That '70s Show to Orange is the New Black, actress Laura Prepon has long been considered by TV audiences to be a welcome image of...
Giving Birth Naturally
Conscious Choices Lead to Less Intervention
by Meredith Montgomery
Labor and delivery is a natural process that can be enjoyed. “It’s not something to be afraid of,” says Mel Campbell, author of The Yoga of Pregnancy. “It’s a wonderful and...
Why Vegans and Vegetarians are Naturally Trim
by Judith Fertig
We read the labels touting low sugar, carbs, fats and calories. We try this and that diet, hoping the...
Rethinking Breast Health
Natural ways to keep breasts smooth, pain-free and firm, while reducing the risk of cancer
by Lisa Marshall
We’ve been conditioned to narrowly define breast health in terms of pink ribbon campaigns, cancer awareness marches and...
Flexing Our Muscles
Weightlifting Makes Us Fit, Healthy and Self-Confident
by Debra Melani
Women who shy away from the traditionally male-centric weight rooms might want to reconsider. Standing their ground amid...
Pet Vaccine Alternatives
Natural Steps to Nurture Immunity
by Shawn Messonnier
With pets, as with kids, vaccine safety and necessity are likely concerns. While holistic veterinarians tend to minimize the use of vaccines, their strongest stance is against...