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Yoga for Amputees

Yoga is increasingly more accessible for diverse populations, one of which is amputees.

The Ugly Beauty Mark

Many features on the human body are prized for their inherent beauty, one of which even includes the term “beauty”.

A Holistic Approach to Treating Lyme Disease

Unexplainable lasting fatigue, joint pain, and/or muscle pain and stiffness could be the result of Lyme disease. These telling signs usually build over the years, eventually reaching a breaking point.

Could Your Jewelry Be Causing Dental Problems?

Are you a woman who wears earrings or other types of jewelry? There is a good chance your fashion statement may be contributing to a gum tissue-irritating metal allergy.

Balancing Female Hormones Naturally

Female hormones can be a beautiful flow or a nightmare. Symptoms can range from pesky irregularity and annoying premenstrual syndrome (PMS) to full-blown pain of endometriosis and polycystic ovarian syndrome.

Detox Myth, Detox Magic

We live in a toxic soup. Of the more than 80,000 chemicals currently used in the United States, only a few hundred have ever been tested for human health effects. Many of these chemicals are outright banned in Europe and other countries.

A Natural Approach to Allergy Season

It’s going to be a long allergy season, thanks to a mild winter. The many plants that thrive in comfortable temperatures mean more pollen.

Can a Healthy Diet Affect Our Teeth?

The bacteria that cause cavities love an environment saturated with sugar and a low pH (acidic). It’s as simple as that. In an effort to be good to our teeth, many of us will avoid candy and instead reach for a healthy granola bar.

Eighty Percent Chance of Being Pain-Free

If you had an 80 percent chance of curing your chronic joint pain, would you take a chance on getting your life back?

What Is Holistic Dentistry?

As you look through the pages of this issue of Natural Awakenings and see the advertisements for holistic dentists, you may be asking yourself, “Exactly how is that philosophy different from what ‘conventional’ dentists do?”