“Thanks are the highest form of thought, and … gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder.” —GK Chesterton This is the time of year for conflicting messages. One day we’re eating turkey with family and friends, giving thanks for all that is good in our lives. The very next day, though, we’re bombarded with ads for all the things we […]

There is a fair amount of “smoke and mirrors” when it comes to the marketing of the e-cigarette. Currently, there are 466 brands and 7,764 flavors available in retail shops and online. All kinds of tactics are underway to market these products, including referring to them as a “green” alternative to smoking. They are not. […]

Thanksgiving is a wonderful opportunity to take time out of your busy life to be present with family and friends around a warm soul-nourishing meal – whatever that may look like. Many families spend hours in the kitchen preparing for the memorable occasion. Instead of worrying about the time and financial resources needed to make the […]

Join us for the free lecture “Integrative Oncology: An Evolving Discipline” on November 13, 2015, from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. at the Davis Auditorium at the UVM College of Medicine. This lecture is part of The Laura Mann Integrative Healthcare Lecture Series and Medicine Grand Rounds. Presented by David Rosenthal, MD an Integrative oncology consultant, Leonard […]

Got knee pain? You are not alone. Nearly 50 million Americans experience knee pain. Knees are the most commonly injured joints in the body due to everyday wear and tear and even more pressure for those who are more active, like runners. Fortunately, we have the power to protect our knees. Evidence shows that exercising the […]

Lately, I hear people saying: “Gosh, it’s already November!” Yes, the autumn – and now stick season — is upon us and with that comes a shift in our energy and mood. We are naturally affected by changes in our environment, and our energy is influenced by the decrease in daylight hours. During these colder […]