As someone from “back East”, with four clearly defined seasons, it is somewhat challenging in mid-May to consider that official Summer in Las Vegas is still over a month in the future. As I write this is it 85 degrees - Well into summer temperatures back home (but without the humidity of course!). Las Vegas average June temperature is between 72 and 99 degrees with recorded lows of 33 and high of 115.
Summer time in Las Vegas can be harsh on us humans. Regardless of skin to
Recently I have been talking to a number of patient about their triggers and their relapse concerns. It takes significant effort, attention, meditation, and sometimes medications to transmute those impulses into a positive healthy response.
I had a really odd thing happen today. I was driving down the street and a Coca Cola truck pulled out in front of me. I Immediately needed to go buy a Coke. I knew I was severely triggered but was very puzzled as to why and how this wou
I know I asked what a Nurse Practitioner was when Paul first moved into the office I was renting from an acupuncturist. He told me he could do anything my family practice doctor could do, except write a prescription for a handicapped placard. I still didn’t get what he did...my family doctor was a chiropractor, unless it was broken or bleeding profusely...and I didn’t see an adjusting table in his office.
What I have learned since then is that a Nurse Practitioner was, at t
Two new international studies have shed further light on some of the harmful side effects associated with antibiotics – including damage to the immune system, and memory problems caused by a lack of growth in new brain cells. The findings serve as a reminder that while antibiotics can be powerful allies for the human body in the fight against disease, they can also do more harm than good if used in the wrong situations (one of many reasons you should always follow the advice