- September 1st, 2012
Current data estimates that over 450,000 women in the United States suffer from urinary-tract infections (UTIs). In the US alone, over seven million doctor’s office visits are made per year as a result of UTIs. Despite the name of this disorder (urinary-tract infection), problems can occur anywhere within the urinary system.Four remedies to keep you UTI-freeBy George L Redmon PhD, ND
- September 1st, 2012
For many of us, getting comfortable is often the subject of daydreams or relegated to weekends or vacations. Common signs of discomfort, such as stiffness, insomnia, depression, chronic pains, and early signs of aging, are ways our bodies communicate the need for action to support our health and wellness.Are you comfortable? If not, your body may be trying to tell you something.By Letha Hadady, DAc
- July 1st, 2012
Sunburn results from over-exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays, which penetrate the top layers of skin to dehydrate the deeper sub dermal layer. Sunburn isn’t just a clever name—sunburn is a type of burn and should be treated as such. Keep in mind that a burn is essentially dehydration caused by heat or chemicals. Rehydration is often key to soothing burns.Once the damage from sunburn is done, there’s no going back. However, you can alleviate the pain with a few simple home remedies.
- March 9th, 2012
I am an adventurer by nature and when a natural remedy or method of healing comes to my attention, I jump right in and try it, as long as it seems safe. I have tried many different remedies through the years and found some that work and some that don’t. Here are some techniques and remedies I have found most effective. Luckily, they can be done with items right in your own home!Better health is closer than you think!by Carolyn Harrington
- March 1st, 2012
When cold season hits, turn to nature to keep healthy. Fluids and a well-balanced diet is always the best bet but there are some super-ingredients that can charge up your immune system. The below chart has some special tips.Natural ways to charge up your immune system and stay healthy.by Dr. Yael Halaas, MD
- October 1st, 2011
When signs of aging begin to show, your face is almost always the first place you’ll notice a change. Fine lines, wrinkles, sagging skin, blemishes, and build-ups of other impurities compound over time—or make premature appearances—if you don’t take care to protect your skin.Pamper yourself with one of these do-it-yourself facial masks and discover healthy, vibrant skin—all without spending a fortune at the spa.
- March 1st, 2011
Finding someonewho suffers from sinus infections is like playing “Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon.” You know, the game where you can link any actor to Bacon within six connections of others who have worked with him. “Six Degrees of Sinusitis” may not be as glamorous—mucus and all—but it does show how prevalent sinus infections are.Fight sinus infections the natural way to get rid of them for good.By Lauren Katims
- October 1st, 2008
If you suffer from migraines, these debilitating headaches need no introduction. You might feel better, though, knowing that 28 million other Americans—the overwhelming majority of them women—are also searching for something safe to make the pain go away.
No drugs, no side effects, no headaches.By Gina Roberts-Grey
- October 1st, 2008
All too often, the return of autumn means another round of nagging colds and flus. Don’t want to spend the next six months wrapped in a cocoon of blankets, downing hold-your-nose cough syrup and mystery capsules? Forget about starving the cold and feeding the fever, and follow the lead from three healing methods—ayurveda, naturopathy, and traditional Chinese medicine.Uncommon remedies for the common coldBy Matthew Solan
- May 1st, 2008
Just about everyone experiences heartburn at some point in their lives, after a stop at the Rib Shack, say, or too many mochas. For most folks it’s a passing problem. But roughly 60 million Americans suffer that burning sensation in their esophagus once a month, and some 15 million experience heartburn every day. They suffer from GERD—gastroesophageal reflux disorder.Your stomach can rest easy with these three approaches.By James Keough