Displaying items by tag: January 2020

Gut Check Gut Check
Feeding the Immune System

Rducing stress, sleeping enough, exercising and getting sunlight are all known strategies for improving the body’s ability to protect itself from harm. However, the most important factor in building a rock-star immune system is...

The Happy Thyroid The Happy Thyroid
Seven Ways to Keep It Humming

Much of our day-to-day well-being—how energetic we feel, how clear our thinking is and how our body processes food—is governed by the activity of the butterfly-shaped, thumb-sized thyroid gland at the base of the throat. When it’s working as it should, life is good. However, about one in...

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Mouth Matters Mouth Matters
A Holistic Approach to Oral Health

"The mouth is the doorway to the body,” so the saying goes, and today we know just how true that is. Years ago, the biannual trip to the dentist was typically a simple “drill-and-fill” operation, with other health concerns not given a second glance. Now, emerging research shows that when we...

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NATURAL HEALING FOR HANDS NATURAL HEALING FOR HANDS
Getting a Grip on Pain

Most of us take our hands for granted until buttoning a shirt or opening a jar becomes a daunting task. Getting a grip on that pain and loss of function with holistic solutions can be a...

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When Workouts Don’t Work When Workouts Don’t Work
Why Less Is Sometimes More

Exercise is a proven component in losing weight and preventing cardiovascular disease and diabetes, but not all exercise regimens yield the same results for everyone, especially when...

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GREEN THERAPY GREEN THERAPY
Ecopsychology and the Nature Cure

For clients of family therapist Christian Dymond, the path to wellness begins on his 10 acres of woods and meadows in Milton, Vermont, walking alongside him, sitting by a babbling brook, watching squirrels gather nuts or the sun slowly set, breathing in the piney air. There is a sense of...

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TIDYING UP THAT BUCKET LIST TIDYING UP THAT BUCKET LIST
Deciding What We Really Want

Many people have a bucket list of things they want to make sure they experience in this life. Tidying up that bucket list when it no longer reflects a person’s values and deepest desires...

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WHEN OLDER PETS GET QUIRKY WHEN OLDER PETS GET QUIRKY
Dealing With Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome

As dogs and cats get older, they may slow down or have other physical issues. Some experience cognitive decline which resembles Alzheimer’s disease in humans. It presents differently in every pet and can include numerous symptoms that begin...

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Fixing the Root Cause of Thyroid Issues
When You Need More, Image: A simple blood test will let you know if you have thyroid issues, but patients have asked why they still have symptoms if their test came back “normal.” A naturopathic doctor (ND) realizes it is misleading to only...

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Rochester Hills Periodontist Receives Advanced Medical Grade Laser Training, Image: Dr. Eric K. Taylor, DDS and Donna Taylor, RN, recently attended the Super Fotona Laser Symposium and advanced training in Dallas, to provide their patients with the latest advancements in...

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