Exploring a new format – Tidbits. Talking about 3 different topics inspired by stories in the news: How roller coasters might help your kidney stones, babies and google snacks. Links to further explore the topics within: Kidney stones and coasters – http://www.cnn.com/2016/09/28/health/kidney-stone-roller-coaster-study-trnd/ http://www.nhs.uk/news/2016/09September/Pages/could-riding-roller-coasters-help-you-pass-kidney-stones.aspx The Medical Study regarding Kidney Stones and Rollercoasters – http://jaoa.org/article.aspx?articleid=2557373 Babies (Skin to skin contact charge) –… Read more »
Movement… it’s not just for “work outs” anymore! Movement… aka exercise is something many of us find challenging to get in. Wait… how much do we actually NEED? What EXACTLY do we need to do? A conversation challenging what we think of as “correct” when it comes to the concept of “working out”. Study #1 1 Minute of All-Out Exercise… Read more »
Interview with Erin DeWitt, Energy Medicine practitioner of Conscious Living in Duluth, MN. The last in our special project series with Megan Brenny, Public Health Education and Promotion student at UMD. Erin Utilizes Reiki and other modalities to help restore balance and harmony in the body. Erin talks about her modalities, training, complimentary medicine and experiences of her and her… Read more »
Interview with Dr. Edward Szymczak of Tamarack Natural Medicine in Superior WI. Second of a two part interview in our special project series with Megan Brenny, Public Health Education and Promotion student at UMD Part Two – Dr. Ed continues to talk about his practice, fee structure, the health care bubble. How naturopathic medicine can benefit your health, health care… Read more »
Interview with Dr. Edward Szymczak of Tamarack Natural Medicine in Superior WI. First of a two part interview in our special project series with Megan Brenny, Public Health Education and Promotion student at UMD Part one – Dr. Szymczak, a naturopathic physician in Superior, WI describes his philosophy, practices, and what sets him and other naturopaths apart from most western… Read more »
Interview with Gary Anderson of BodyWise Duluth; Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy practitioner. Second practitioner interview in a special project series with Megan Brenny, Public Health Education and Promotion senior at UMD Gary shares what Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy is, what to expect and how it can and has helped him and his clients. Gary Anderson utilizes Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy… Read more »
Interview with Dr. Sally Stout, DC. The first practitioner interview in a special project series with Megan Brenny, Public Health Education and Promotion senior at UMD Get to Know Dr. Stout of Stout Chiropractic and Acupuncture in Duluth, MN. Modalities, Education and background and how she supports her patients. You can reach Dr. Stout at: Superior Street in Duluth 218-727-0200… Read more »
Intro Interview with Megan Brenny: Project introduction and overview of a 6 part special project series. Megan shares highlights from the interviews of 4 practitioners of holistic, integrative and/or complimentary medicine that follow this episode. This series is the product of her senior LiNCS project as a Public Health Education and Promotion student at UMD. Practitioners in 5 following episodes…. Read more »
Interview with – Dr. Joceylyn Strand, N.D. – Get to know her and her work; – Naturopathic physician located in Duluth, MN; – What is a naturopathic doctor? – Training and Philosophy; – Case studies from her practice. –To Contact Dr. Jocelyn Strand: Website: http://lakesuperiornaturalmedicine.com/about/ –Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lakesuperiornaturalmedicine Music from the Album, Synthetic Universe, by Brent a Reiland and John Lyell…. Read more »
Hello and Welcome.
An introduction recording to start off the journey of this podcast.
Music from the Album, Synthetic Universe, by Brent a Reiland and John Lyell.
Intro Music sampled from Etheral Float; Parting Music sampled from Pleiadian Sky (with permission)