Is Your Immune System At Risk?

Is Your Immune System At Risk?

by Suzanne Wilson, Naturopath The immune system’s prime function is to protect the body against infection and the development of cancer.  Support and enhancement of the immune system is perhaps the most important step in achieving resistance to disease and…
Are My Lungs Joined To My Large Intestine?

Are My Lungs Joined To My Large Intestine?

29 Apr, 2012
by Joel Delaney, Acupuncturist Chinese medicine has understood the importance of the “immune system” for thousands of years. But what really is an immune system from an acupuncture understanding? The energy that protects our body from getting sick is call…
Growing Your Child’s Mind

Growing Your Child’s Mind

School-aged kids can have it tough. There are so many new faces, new rules and so much new information for your kids to take in.  The school year can be filled with anxiety, dread or excitement. Fortunately there are some…
Are You Sick of Catching Colds & Flu’s?

Are You Sick of Catching Colds & Flu’s?

17 Apr, 2012
Colds and flu’s can strike at any time, not just the dreaded winter season. Some people are more susceptible to catching them, and here’s to understanding why: Why Do We Get Colds & Flu’s? If you regularly catch colds and…
So, What Is Health Anyway?

So, What Is Health Anyway?

11 Apr, 2012
What is health anyway? That is the million dollar question, and it has to be answered before we can make sound decisions about which health trends to follow and which to leave behind. First, let us look at the miraculous…
What About Me? The Hidden Cost of Compromise

What About Me? The Hidden Cost of Compromise

13 Mar, 2012
We all sacrifice parts of ourselves and our lives for the greater good of our value systems. Some women place great value on their home lives and sacrifice huge amounts of themselves in order to adapt to their husband’s agenda,…
Can We Find Our Mind In Our Heart?

Can We Find Our Mind In Our Heart

29 Feb, 2012
Have you ever noticed that when you feel tired or weak you are more anxious, restless or aloof? You get palpitations or sweat, you can’t sleep and you look pale. Thousands of years before the understanding of Western physiology, this…
The Facts & Figures of Obesity

The Facts & Figures of Obesity

21 Feb, 2012
The world is becoming a heavier place and gone are the days where the need for a smaller waistline is purely cosmetic. Obesity rates worldwide have doubled in the last three decades, according to three new studies. It seems that…