Wellness Lifestyle Articles

7 Habits of High Level Living

Everyone has a “to do” list. What we need to work on is our “to be” list. The following 7 habits, when actualized, will become a foundation for increased self-assurance, happiness and prosperity 1.  Be Happy Abraham...

Also labeled: Issue #27, Author Kevin Hinton

A 21st Century Manifesto for Parenting

Is Western civilization harming our children? Let’s look at the evidence. If health indicates the quality of an individual’s relationship with his environment, then increases in chronic illnesses among children reflect our society’s failu...

A Child’s Place Is in the Kitchen: How Cooking Advances Learning

It’s easier to cook when our children aren’t in the way. Bubbling pots and sharp knives, after all, are hardly child-friendly. But the kitchen shouldn’t be off-limits to kids. Yes, dinner takes longer to make when Mason snips the cilantro to...

A Chiropractic Look at the Germ Theory

The germ theory states that diseases are due to specific microorganisms, which are capable of transmission from body to body. Yet although it is widely accepted by medical professionals, forming the basis for billions of dollars of healthcare...

A Recent Study Claims: Chiropractors Do Not Raise Stroke Risk

A recent Canadian study indicates there is no increased risk of stroke related to chiropractic care. These findings help shed light on earlier studies that had cast a cloud on the chiropractic profession and suggested that their actions resulted in...

Also labeled: Issue #17, Pathways Magazine

A Wellness Approach for Children

In raising healthy children, it’s not enough to just focus on the physical aspect of health. To be truly healthy, a child’s emotional health must be nurtured and strengthened. Developing a mental attitude of wellness is also essential. When we ado...

Amazing Capacities & Self-Inflicted Limitations: An Interview with Joseph Chilton Pearce

Joseph Chilton Pearce has authored many books, beginning with 1973’s The Crack in the Cosmic Egg and continuing through Magical Child, Evolution’s End, The Biology of Transcendence, and most recently with 2007’s The Death of Religion and Rebirth of...

An Inconvenient Cancer Truth

Cancer is a term that inspires a broad range of feelings: from fear, anger, and helplessness to curiosity and determination. Cancer, as a force, has given rise to a massive infrastructure of cultural and clinical responses, and many of these are...

An Interview with Suzanne Arms

I recently had the opportunity to speak with best selling author Suzanne Arms about her 30 years as an educator and activist. With passion in her voice, she shared her struggles as well as her hopes for the future. Arms is frequently,...

Are Food Allergies Linked to Autism?

Children with autism are sensitive. Of the thousands of children I have known in thirty years as a doctor, the few hundred with problems in the spectrum related to autism stand out as the most distinctively sensitive of them all. Touching, tasting,...

Are Your Kids Safe?

Most people are surprised to find out that the first stress placed on a child’s neck and back is during the birthing process. An estimated 60-90 lbs. of force is used on an infant’s neck during “normal” delivery. Do you think this could cause damage...

Beyond School Scoliosis Screenings

Making decisions regarding the health and well-being of their families is an awesome responsibility for parents. With the magnitude of information available, making these critical decisions might seem confusing or even overwhelming. This may be...

Brushing Up: Smile! You’re About to Change Toothpastes

If you are one of the majority of Americans that dutifully brushes with Colgate Total® on your dentist’s recommendations, you may be doing yourself more harm than good. What is first in the eyes of the dental dictocrats may be the last thing you wa...

Also labeled: Issue #12, Author Brian Wimer

Debunking the Dairy Dogma

Studies suggest that milk isn't the "health kick" it's advertised to be. "Got Milk?" The ad phrase turned pop-mantra does as much disservice to English grammar as it does to dietary science - an ill-worded,...

Also labeled: Author Brian Wimer

Digesting the World

Eating right is certainly in the news these days. From fads like the South Beach Diet to the front-page image of the First Lady planting an organic vegetable garden on the White House lawn, Americans are beginning to pay closer attention to their...

Ease Into Wellness

One day not so long ago, a practice member named Craig walked into our center with a slight limp. When I asked him what was wrong, he told me that he had been wrestling with his son A.J. and had hurt his knee. When I told him we’d take a look at it h...

Energize Your Communication — Become a Genuine Listener

Since most of us spend more than half of our time in communication as a listener, we should be experts at it by now. If you are, though, you are the rare exception. Most people listen passively, planning what they are going to say next, or...

Expect the Expected: How ADHD Can Be a Self-Fulfilling Prophecy

At a recent national conference on ADHD, one speaker suggested that “good science” argues that ADHD is entirely a pathological condition—a genetic illness—and that there is no value whatsoever in a person “having ADHD.” Anybody who may seek to offer...

Eye On the Ball: Why We Need to Fix Youth Sports

Picture the typical youth sports game—a blur of motion and sound. Some parents are busy cheering or just chatting among themselves, enjoying the day. Others are prowling the sidelines. The prowlers mean business. These parents become field g...

Also labeled: Author Bob Bigelow, Issue #31

Fevers: A Source of Strength

Most childhood illnesses are characterized by fever. It is widely known that fever activates the immune system in a natural way. It is less widely known that fever can strengthen the immune system, help prevent susceptibility to other illnesses in...

Also labeled: Issue #07, Pathways Magazine
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