Milwaukee Edition

Archive of: Feature and *HEALTH* and MILW

Title Issue
Easy Seasonal Cleansing the Ayurvedic Way

Easy Seasonal Cleansing the Ayurvedic Way

As the seasons transition, especially from winter into spring, many traditions, including Ayurveda, recommend cleansing the body. Ayurveda provides a nourishing and effective approach to cleansing that seeks to maintain and restore balance and harmony.

February 2012
Gayatri Center for Healing

Gayatri Center for Healing

A fervent desire to facilitate healing is the central force behind Gayatri Center for Healing, motivating its founder Lynne Austin and her business partner, Jacque Stock.

February 2012
Vitamin D is More Than a Vitamin

Vitamin D is More Than a Vitamin

Vitamin D is a hot topic, yet many folks still don’t understand it very well.

January 2012
Reclaiming Life through Physical Therapy

Reclaiming Life through Physical Therapy

Healing can occur on many levels, but it will only happen when a safe and trusting patient-therapist relationship exists. This requires the willingness to take risks, to learn and to look at each extraordinary life through a different lens.

January 2012
Body Memory Recall Balances Body and Mind

Body Memory Recall Balances Body and Mind

Body Memory Recall is a form of therapeutic bodywork that integrates four mind-body therapy techniques: myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, visceral memory release and unwinding.

December 2011
Hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s Disease

Hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s Disease

According to the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologist, more than 27 million Americans, primarily middle-aged women, suffer from thyroid-related illnesses.

November 2011
Nutrition and Lifestyle for a Healthy Prostate

Nutrition and Lifestyle for a Healthy Prostate

Several food-based nutrients and herbs have been identified as particularly supportive to prostate health

October 2011
Oriental Medicine and Women’s Reproductive Health

Oriental Medicine and Women’s Reproductive Health

Acupuncturists have found that when a woman’s body becomes healthy, the menstrual cycle often normalizes, and menopause may become a relatively effortless transition that passes somewhat quickly, without significant burdensome symptoms.

September 2011
A New Look at the Obesity Epidemic

A New Look at the Obesity Epidemic

The rate of obesity has risen to epidemic proportions. More than 60 percent of all Americans are overweight or obese.

September 2011

Creating a Happy Birth Day

Learning and preplanning for labor and delivery makes expecting parents more likely to achieve the aim of every pregnancy: a really happy birth day.

September 2011