Displaying items by tag: Healing Ways
Your Skin and Aging
Understanding How to Preserve a More Youthful Appearance
by Catherine A. Waller, M.D.
For most of us, the first telltale signs of aging show up in our skin – and it’s no wonder: Our skin really takes a beating: exposed to sun, wind, dry air, and extreme fluctuations in...
Don't Get Ticked Off
Natural Ways to Avoid and Treat Lyme Disease
by LINDA SECHRIST
In 1977, two Yale School of Medicine scientists identified the infected black-legged deer tick carrying the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi as the disease-transmitting organism of Lyme disease. Since 1982, this most commonly reported vector-borne disease in the U.S. has...
Holistic Approaches to Healing Addictions
by LISA MARSHALL
Through 15 years of alcohol and prescription drug addiction, one prominent Virginia business owner tried it all to get clean: three inpatient rehab centers; talk therapy; Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA), spending roughly $200,000 in...
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...
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...
Paul Stutzman Finds Universal Truths on His Treks
by RANDY KAMBIC
Paul Stutzman was a successful executive with a family restaurant chain and a happy father and husband married for more than 30 years when his wife, Mary, passed away from breast cancer in 2006. Questioning his faith as to why this happened, Stutzman quit his job to...
Remedies to Heal the Heart
by KATHLEEN BARNES
Grief can arrive suddenly with the death of a loved one, serious illness, loss of a job, parental dementia or decaying relationship. In any case, it ...
Well-Planned Naps Boost Brainpower
by LANE VAIL
Sleep, along with nutrition and exercise, shapes the backbone of overall health, yet 40 percent of Americans get an insufficient amount, according to a recent Gallup survey, and the potential health risks are...
Chiropractors Combine Specialties
by LESLEY TARSI
For many years chiropractic practices and techniques have been an answer for pain relief. Chiropractors handle complaints about lower back pain, joint pain, headaches, osteoarthritis and even carpal tunnel syndrome. In today’s society we...