Interesting Articles
Eating with awareness: empowering ourselves through our diet
Friday, March 19th, 2010 by Yehuda Frischman
The ultimate goal of the physician should be to promote balance and teach patients and students how to live in a manner which will promote balance and wellness. I believe that we need to cultivate four aspects of our lives if we are to succeed in that goal what we eat, ... Read More
Clinic Notes: Medication and ABA Redux
Thursday, March 18th, 2010 by Gary Brown
My last blog on medication and ABA prompted several insightful comments that I would like to address. First of all I am not pro med. Medication should only be used as a last resort after more conservative behavior therapies have been implemented. And this is what I tell... Read More
Cultivating Energy
Wednesday, March 17th, 2010 by Lisa Reichert
Last week, a few friends and I attended a weekend Qigong workshop. We couldnt pass it up. Thirty-two hours of continuing education class for under 100 unheard of If that wasnt enough, Green Smoothies and food healing were on the agenda. I was sold. Qigong, a system of s... Read More
What's Bugging You?
Monday, March 15th, 2010 by Lisa Reichert
Do you experience any nagging repetitive thoughts Run through past events over and over with alternative dialog Seem to be stuck in negative emotions or complaining Somethings bugging youThese mental and emotional tendencies are what I like to call mental and emotional ... Read More
Blood sugar, high blood pressure and cholesterol control still important for diabetics.
Monday, March 15th, 2010 by Matthew Mintz
The secondary findings of the ACCORD trial reported out today, and already the media is buzzing. Though the news was disappointing, the results are not nearly as bad as some of the media headlines are making it out to be. ABC News is reporting ACCORD Study Cholesterol, ... Read More
Clinic Notes: Medication and ABA
Saturday, March 13th, 2010 by Gary Brown
The popular press has carried a number of stories recently about the large number of children in our society being over-medicated with psychoactive drugs like Prozac, Ritalin, or Risperdal. These stories quote the possible multiple side effects of these drugs and the ha... Read More
Thursday, March 11th, 2010 by acodesign
WHEN CRIES FOR HELP ARE LEFT UNANSWEREDThe following story sent chills down my spine since it hit way to close to home. I am happy that the family made this statement"We may never know why he made this terrible decision," it said. "One thing is clear though his actions ... Read More
Spring Cleaning: Get the Junk Out! Carnival
Thursday, March 11th, 2010 by Tristin Mock
I just learned about a wonderful opportunity happening during the next couple of months. Beth Terry at Fake Plastic Fish clued me into the Spring Cleaning Get the Junk Out" Blog Carnival. The organizer, Katie at Kitchen Stewardship, describes the Carnival as the fo... Read More
Stop Fosamax After Five Years
Thursday, March 11th, 2010 by Matthew Mintz
There has been a flurry of news about osteoporosis drugs in the media being dangerous. The class of drugs are called bisphosphonates and include medications like Fosamax now available as generic alendronate, Actonel, and Boniva- the drug pitched by celebrity spokesperso... Read More
Come for the Fun, Stay for the Bliss
Wednesday, March 10th, 2010 by Lisa Reichert
Since childhood, I was drawn to non-fiction stories of families living with autism. Some of my favorite clients to work with in my acupunctureenergy work practice have been kids with autism and Downs. And I can talk passionately about the link between the nutrient-lacki... Read More
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