To celebrate the Earth Day lets talk about the ancient art of dowsing and the impact of the Earth herself on our homes, our health and our living environment.
The ingredients in hundreds of household products that you use every day, like paints, varnishes, air fresheners, perfumes, aerosols and paint strippers, has been linked to a broad spectrum of health problems from headaches to allergies, asthma and cancer. Continue reading
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Ayurveda, India’s ancient Tradition of Health, is now undergoing a vigorous revival throughout the world. Its practitioners say this is because it is capable of meeting the need of our time – to create better health rather than depend on medicine to cure problems.
Acupuncture has been part of traditional medicine in China for 3000 years. It is very different from Western medicine because it is based on the history, philosophy and sociology of the individual, developing a unique understanding of the function of the body. Continue reading
Despite the fact that many of us are struggling through the recession recovery and the speculated (or not) threat of Brexit, private school fees and University fees have rapidly increased over the last decade and are showing no signs of slowing down. According to the Independent Schools Council, parents hoping to send their child to a private school will have to pay on average £4,000 a term and Universities are charging £9000 per year and this is before the cost of living.
It’s not every day that I have an enlightening thought while watching endless children’s programmes with my daughter but today I did.
It’s not glamorous, but for the sake of your health it’s vital you get to know your intestines! Teresa Doherty (BSc Nutritional Medicine and Colon Hydrotherapist) talks us through them…
Every now and then someone produces a piece of music which stirs the masses in a different sort of way from your classic No1 hit. Continue reading
In the final installment of our traveller’s dream trip along Route 66 she faces her fear of snakes, gives career advice in Vegas, and drives from Santa Fe to LA.