UNIVERSE WITHIN by Gwen Randall-Young In this age of information and technology, anyone can gain expertise in the area of health. No longer must we … Read more
Conventional doctors have always treated inflammation with drugs and surgery. In some cases, interventions such as surgery for an inflamed appendix are life saving. So are short-term antibiotics for some infections such as pneumonitis (pneumonia). Modern medicine is wonderful in treating acute illnesses but fails miserably when it comes to chronic disease or prevention. In the majority of cases of chronic illness or inflammation, current medical treatments only serve to suppress symptoms without making any dent in the disease process itself.
During Herb Week May 1-7, local herbalists may be seen at malls, health food stores, libraries and other public areas in your neighborhood. British Columbia … Read more
by Deepak Chopra Emotions are mysterious and often dangerous things. Thirty years ago, mind-body medicine made the connection between emotions and illness. The so-called cancer … Read more