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Flu. Again. And a Gift.

Be sure to read right to the end. As a faithful subscriber to the weekly newsletters, I have a thank you gift waiting for you! Almost time to roll out the flu vaccine marketing campaign! To keep this a fast and easy read today, I am going to share with you a client’s recent experience … Read more

Sparrow Medicine

Have you ever had an experience of nature and wondered if perhaps there was some personal significance, message or meaning in the event, in the encounter between human and animal or force of nature? Often times, it is the dramatic that catches the imagination. A random sighting of a hawk or eagle in flight, mountain … Read more

Sometimes School is Scary….Even for Grown-Ups

September, first day of school, whether a first time at play school, Kindergarten, grade school, junior high school, high school, university or adult education, school can be scary. Scary for all kinds of individual reasons and scary because in general, doing anything new or for the first time can remind us of everything that makes … Read more

Immunology (i.e. vaccination) or Natural Immunity – Same or Different?

Until I read Dr. Tetyana’s book Vaccine Illusion: How Vaccination Compromises Our Natural Immunity and What We Can Do To Regain Our Health, I had NO idea that an immunologist had little or no training on the natural immune system. As Dr. Tetyana says in her book: “The biological term immunity refers to a universally observed … Read more

As Below, So Above

Trees. Unless you live in a desert, they are all around us. When you look at a tree, what do you see? What tree comes to mind for you?  Do you ever consider what is below the tree, under the ground? What do trees need to live? How does a tree get what it needs … Read more

Giddy-Up Go: Remedies for Riding and Rodeo

It is not enough for a man to know how to ride; he must know how to fall.  ~Mexican Proverb Today as I write I am aware that I have is the most breath taking outdoor office. My view? The rolling green pastures, the blue gray Rocky Mountains in the distance, a breeze strong enough … Read more

Heroes, Autism and Anxiety

Hello everyone, Who are your personal heroes these days? Stop and consider before you read any further. List the top five that are first in your mind. Go ahead. Maybe you have 10, 20, or even more. Please feel free to share them in the comments at the end of the newsletter. There are so … Read more

Hope and Coping in Difficult Times

Sadness Comes from Many Places Perhaps it is the peaceful passing of my colorful mother-in-law Fernie Powers who had dementia the last 5 years of her life or perhaps it is the recent mass killings in Orlando, Florida or perhaps it is the post-viewing of “Vaxxed: From Cover Up to Catastrophe” video interview after video … Read more