Archive for the ‘Editorial/opinion’ Category


Thank you to Carrie LeNoble for this excerpt from her Home Instead Senior Care newsletter:   I am sharing it, so it may help a Veteran suffering from Chronic pain r/t an injury. Caleb tried 3 different acupuncturists, and said … Continue reading

Blood donation appeal

Summer is finally here and so is this annual appeal for our blood drive. Summer brings extra need and fewer donations because of vacations. We’re a little anxious because our schedule isn’t filling up and we’re in danger of failing … Continue reading

Mosquitos can’t be wrong.

Please donate blood – 17 gazillion mosquitos can’t be  wrong. Our office – Wed. July 10, 2:30 to 5:00. Plenty of openings – call our office 757-9887 or online www.save3lives.org

Needles to Say

Clients often ask me what I see the most often. The conditions we see here run the gamut from any pain syndrome to stress issues. But probably the largest issue patients seek results, which overlaps all physical symptoms, is reduction … Continue reading

PurduePharma, with the approval of the FDA, has unleashed another med on the unsuspecting public and it’s a skull-spinning doozy. Watch for it on your local stations: a sleep aid medication called INTERMEZZO. What a wonderful name – springtime, fresh … Continue reading

Being Green – Ethical Platform

From the Green Party Platform  www.gp.org : K. Ethical Treatment of Animals The Green Party advocates humane treatment of animals with the following policies: 1. Redirect the funds that are disbursed annually by the National Institutes of Health away from … Continue reading

Ponderables 2: Exploring Veganism

A few excerpts from the thought provoking book,  Radical Vegetarianism: A Dialectic of Diet and Ethic by Mark Mathew Braunstein: “Nature is undeniably cruel and life unmentionably cheap, but one way we can rise above life is by not taking it.” “One … Continue reading

Lyrica – Pfizer Folly?

I was barely paying attention the other day to a LYRICA commercial on T.V. and I thought I heard “suicidal thoughts” mentioned. So I went to the Pfizer website and learned that Pfizer claims that LYRICA may cause suicidal thoughts or actions in … Continue reading

To The Point – How Acupuncture Works

Acupuncture is one form of therapy used with the system of healing referred to as Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) or Oriental Medicine. TCM also includes herbology, nutrition, physical therapy and special exercises such at Tai Chi and Qi Gong. It … Continue reading


If you can live without caffeine, If you can be cheerful, ignoring aches and pains, If you can resist complaining, If you can eat the same food every day and be grateful for it, If you can understand when your … Continue reading