The “Healing Hormones”: What are They and How You Can Get More of Them Naturally

We have all heard about the “feel good” effects of hormones such as serotonin, oxytocin, and dopamine: a sense of well-being, even feelings of love and nurturing towards yourself and others. But did you know that these “feel good” hormones are also designed by your body to boost your immune system, fight against pathogens and…

What Are Bach Flowers and How Do They Work? by Dr. Veronique Desaulniers

Dr. Edward Bach was just another scientist and medical doctor in London when, in the late 1920’s, his life and work took a drastic detour. Shortly after joining the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital, he dropped out of city life and relocated to the Wales countryside near Mount Vernon in Oxfordshire. It was there that he…

Debbie Wilson: The Journey Back from Traumatic Brain Injury and Dementia, with a Side of Disappearing Diabetes

“In 2013, I had been diagnosed with dementia, and I could tell I was disappearing. I couldn’t even remember how to make myself coffee—or tell you how I take that cup of coffee.”

Holidays, Depression, and Suicide: Here are Some Surprising Facts

There is hope. Did you know that historically, the months of November, December and January are actually the months when the fewest people take their own lives? You probably didn’t, because it’s a persistent and age-old myth that gets recycled by journalists year after year without much fact-checking—sort of like myths surrounding the “dangers” of…