Weekly Health Tip

  • Vaccines Revisited

    April 4, 2020

    When people ask me about vaccines, it is normally when we are just visiting, but not where I have facts at my fingertips. I want to keep this particular blog post in my purse and the next time someone asks me, I’ll just pull it out of my purse. That would be so cool. Because you see, she is a medical doctor. She knows how to read science as well as how people cheat on studies. And she understands how money talks, everything else walks. She also has her own experience.

    I think you will find her fascinating and full of information. And if you know any people who have autistic children, please sent them this post as it could help them tremendously because you can’t help the problem until you understand the problem.


Previous Health Tips

  • “Curing the Incurable”

    March 31, 2020 Stuck at home?  Doing some home schooling?  Need a project for the older children?  Or just need some alone time each day to refresh yourself.  What about something very inspiring?  And something that is most appropriate for our current situation? I was loaned a book, ”Curing the Incurable” by Thomas Levy.  You know how books sit beside ... read more
  • Self-Care

    March 26, 2020 Have you been feeling stressed out? If you haven’t you are probably in the minority. It is great if you can keep your perspective during times of social distancing and fear of contagion. Kids are out of school. We have lost our routines, Typically, we ... read more
  • Corona Revisited

    March 16, 2020 What are you doing to stay safe?   You may have noticed the lamp in my office.  Those bulbs are not normal bulbs.  Instead they are bulbs that clean the space, like my table as well as the air.  I leave the lights on 24 hours a day.  It would be great if all hospitals and ... read more
  • Corona Virus Fear

    March 7, 2020 The corona virus is giving us an opportunity to watch, in real time, how we and others respond to fear.  Are you ignoring it or are you having anxiety attacks over the mere thought of it or do you fall somewhere in between?  Pay attention to how your body feels when you ... read more
  • Autism at its best

    March 6, 2020 Autism: One Man’s Journey is a documentary and memoir about Scott Michael Klumb, a local film maker diagnosed with autism at age 23. Scott takes viewers on a journey, wanting to bring awareness to the issues related to late diagnosis; and not understanding what was “wrong” with him for most of his ... read more
  • Healing our Childhood

    February 28, 2020 Most of us have at least one issue we have to “work on” during out lifetime.  Often, probably most often, it was something that happened in childhood.  And when we hear what others went through, somehow it helps us process what we went through. People may think you have to have cruel parents, ... read more
  • Corona Virus

    February 20, 2020 Everyone is afraid of the next pandemic. And we should be. We need to care for ourselves nutritionally to make sure our body is in the best shape to ward off any virus. Just as a doctor has found that the best way to avoid sepsis is ... read more
  • Come On Over!

    January 22, 2020 Last week I talked about using ozone, at home, to keep you healthy.   I have a unit at my house and am setting aside time that you can come over and see and possibly experience an ozone treatment.  I will give you 3 dates and times.  Please call or text (303-929-4320) to make ... read more
  • Roll Back the Clock!

    January 15, 2020 From the moment we are born, we all have an expiration date.  We just don’t know when it is.  Most of my patients agree that it isn’t so important how long we live, but our quality of life while we are here. This year I’m dedicated to teaching others the things they can ... read more
  • My First Podcast

    January 5, 2020 Not long ago I gave a talk at a club meeting. In the audience was Cheryl Ilov. I was impressed as she practices martial arts. She has her black belt! She has written a book about staying fit after 50. By the looks of ... read more
  • Eyelids

    December 28, 2019 Do you have itchy eyelids? Do you or your children often have eyelid irritations like styes? Sometimes our eyelids are puffy or feel crusty. Women, do you feel like your eye make-up irritates your eyelids? (if it does, bring your make-up to me and I will ... read more
  • Staying Healthy in 2020!

    December 23, 2019 Stay tuned to my health tips in 2020.  I am going to introduce you to therapies you can do at home or in someone’s office.  At this point in time, as much as possible, it is important for you to do for yourself as much as you can.  Why?  There are problems in ... read more
  • Stubborn

    December 16, 2019 If you are a parent, it is only natural to notice the qualities and characteristics of your children.  You want to support positive characteristics and diminish the negative ones.  But do you know which characteristics are negative?  I read an article about stubborn children.  Being stubborn is a positive sign according to this article.  A ... read more
  • Holiday Pounds

    December 2, 2019 The holidays have arrived.  They are so much fun, but everyone talks about the weight gain.  Hey, it is fun to celebrate with our friends and family.  Right?  After all it is Christmas! I don’t want people to feel guilty about having treats at this special time of year, but what is your plan to ... read more