When the Fabric of Safety is Shattered
Amy Rothenberg, ND
This year we have seen unprecedented acts of violence in the United States and abroad - from Orlando to Brussels, Nice, Istanbul, Dallas, Baton Rouge, and beyond. Any society that experiences such tragedies has deep issues across wide areas, such as income inequality, racism, and, of course, untreated mental illness. Read more.
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Diabetes, Sleep Loss and Toxic Body Burden
by: by Isaac Eliaz, MD, MS, LAc



The epidemic of type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome, which is striking Western nations and the United States in particular, has elicited somewhat of a muted reaction. “Diabesity” may affect as many as 100 million Americans and nearly a billion people around the world, but compare the public health response to previous epidemics -- polio for example. It doesn’t come close. Perhaps this is because it’s a silent, insidious epidemic, developing over years with debilitating symptoms that seriously impact a person’s quality of life.
Eat Your Way To A Restful Night's Sleep
by: Robert Kachko, ND, LAc



Sleep: the great equalizer. It's our proverbial "reset switch". We quite literally can't live without it, and yet societal pressures often force us to forego sufficient sleep in lieu of a perpetual need to accomplish more: make more money, have more friends, make more of ourselves. This desire to acquire comes at tremendous cost though: less long-term quality of life.
Challenge Your Mind, Change Your Brain
by: Robert Kachko, ND, LAc



It is evident both from clinical experience and laboratory research that our bodies have an incredible ability to renew themselves if we create the conditions for optimal health. In many ways, the fact that as a species we fare so well in spite of a variety of man-made environmental toxicities is a testament to this recuperative ability.