The state of the current healthcare system may leave you feeling powerless over your health and well-being, but you have more control than you might think. Here are some strategies that are worth the investment.
Take control of your health with these low-cost tips.
A former orthopedic spine surgeon empowers patients who have chronic pain to connect with their own capacity to heal.
Simple strategies to help keep the doctor away.
Aromatherapy can be a convenient, portable remedy — many of the best-known therapeutic oils are blended with carrier oils in roll-on form.
One in three people report health problems when exposed to synthetic fragrances, according to one study.
If you suffer from seasonal allergies, try this hay-fever treatment created by naturopath Rebecca Tanyar-Mead.
Plant-based essential oils have long been used in the practice of aromatherapy to help address stress, pain, and other issues. Conventional medicine has begun to take notice.
Instead of using NSAIDs like Advil or Aleve, many people are starting to use anti-inflammatory CBD to treat pain.
What is CBD? Our integrative-health experts explain how cannabidiol
works to relieve pain, anxiety, and more.
As the opioid epidemic overtakes the senior set, I’m reminded of how serious pain can overrule any internal debate over the pros and cons of painkillers.
Tools and techniques for managing chronic pain — without opioids.
An evolving understanding of pain is leading us to treatments that are safer — and more effective — than opioids.
The tick-borne illness, one of the fastest growing diseases in the United States, can be disabling if left untreated.
Too nice of a day to head to the gym? Get a super strength workout outdoors. Your local park or playground provides all the equipment you need.
A chronic case of “computer neck” can undermine your work and your workouts. So don’t sit and suffer. Start getting the kinks out - now.
If you suffer from chronic pain, working out may be the last thing you feel like doing. But exercise can make you feel better - now, and over the long term.