- July 1st, 2014
Midsummer is full of activity: From backyard bashes to county fairs to afternoons on the pontoon, we’re bound to spend a lot of time outside. Although we may be thankful for the warmer temperatures, longer days, and fun in the sun, our skin may be singing a different tune.Just because it’s summer doesn’t mean that you have to itchBy Dr. Linda Miles, DOM
- August 31st, 2011
During the summer months— and as temperatures moderate into fall—spending time outside is not only healthy, but downright enjoyable. In most cases, however, you will find yourself sharing space with some of nature’s most abundant creatures: insects.Choose from an array of natural, self-care options to soothe garden-variety stings and bites.By Brooke Holmgren
- April 1st, 2009
Nothing will spoil your travel plans faster than getting flattened by a nasty cold, high fever, or Montezuma’s revenge. Fortunately, homeopathy offers symptom-specific relief for even the worst of your travel ailments. Don’t leave home without the following remedies recommended by Kathy Thorpe, a certified homeopath in Boulder, Colorado.
An easy-to-pack kit for on-the-road emergencies