By Malia Curran, November 12, 2009
Cold and flu season is no joke. But rather than simply hoping you don't catch a bug, focus on getting prepared with knowledge, intention and - you may have guessed - stocked shelves! Plus, since getting sick is part of being human, let's also look at ways to get better faster when the sniffles do strike.
By Chris Jensen, November 3, 2009
In Part 2 of our series on natural health during cold and flu season, we'll hear about how the immune system works, which supplements have been shown to support wellness, and some of the best ways to help maintain health year-round. Malia Curran, MS, MPH is a nutrition consultant and speaker, and sees clients in the Denver, CO area.
By Chris Jensen, October 29, 2009
Now is the time to focus on staying well, and supporting the immune system is a smart way to do so. In part 1 of a 2-part series, Dr. Kenna Brooke talks about natural approaches, formulas for wellness and lifestyle suggestions for promoting seasonal health. Dr. Brooke is a Naturopathic doctor who practices as a wellness consultant in the Cherry Creek area of Denver, Colorado.
By Mara Fleishman, October 23, 2009
Given the heightened focus on flu this season, here's a very pertinent encore presentation about the homeopathic remedy Oscillo.
Christophe Merville the national Pharmacy Development Manager for Boiron joins us to talk about homeopathy and share with us the benefits of Oscillo during the cold and flu season.
By Chris Jensen, October 11, 2009
By Chris Jensen, October 4, 2009
Looking for an easy, practical, and free(!) way to help balance yourself every day? Discover how the healthy mood benefits of conscious breath are available for everyone. Charles F. MacInerney, RYT-500, has been a fulltime teacher of yoga, meditation and mind/body skills since 1989. He teaches in Austin, Texas, and offers yoga workshops throughout the US, Mexico, Costa Rica and Guatemala.
By Chris Jensen, September 29, 2009
Ever wondered what's happening in your body when your mood is high (or low)? Listen in to learn about the causes of mood imbalance and science-based herbal approaches. Dr. Keri Marshall, Medical Director for Gaia Herbs, is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor specializing in pediatrics, women's medicine and chronic disease management.
By Mara Fleishman, September 15, 2009
By Mara Fleishman, September 8, 2009
Changing seasons and cold weather can bring new strains on health, especially for young people. Focusing on wellness is a good idea, starting with these easy ways that will help keep your family healthy.
Dr. Chris Marchioni is a board certified family medicine physician with over 20 years of clinical experience, and is Executive Director of Healthy Learning Paths, a Colorado nonprofit delivering educational resources for families. For more information, www.healthylearningpaths.org.
By Lecia Rand, August 20, 2009