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Tracking Your Fertility

By Dr. Chloe Scheel, ND, LAc There are 4 main signs that are important when tracking fertility. These are listed below. Ideally, after 3-4 months, you will have enough data gathered to really understand your cycle, predict ovulation, and predict your fertility window. This data can be tracked in an app on your phone or …

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Muir Ferdun, LAc, on Liberation from the Compulsion of Linearity in Healing, and Working with Children

Recently I sat down with Muir Ferdun, LAc, to talk about nonlinearity in the healing process–how the body is not bound by the linear narrative of the mind. We talked about this in the context of her deep healing work with children and families. Here is what she has to say.   Sarah: Talk to …

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Acupuncture as a Conversation With the Body: An Interview With Joanna Present Wolfe, LAc  

Interview by Sarah Clark, LAc  Recently, I had an opportunity to sit down with Joanna Present Wolfe, LAc, at Kwan-Yin Healing Arts Center. She told me about the joy she takes in the creative process of being a healer, about the way she perceives and moves blocks in the meridians, and about the fulfillment she …

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It’s the Flu, What to Do?

by Dr. Jennifer Karon-Flores, ND Well, it’s happened.  I have not had the flu in years, but guess what?  Last week was my week to get sick.  I had a fever and chills, cough, and generally felt quite sorry for myself (though I'm on the mend).  If you had an appointment with me earlier this week, …

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Ear Infections Hurt!

by Muir Ferdun, L.Ac. Lots of children get ear infections. No, really, LOTS of children. It's the most common reason for non-routine doctor visits in the under-4-years-old set. So, here's the drill. You see your child start getting grumpy, pulling at her ear, rubbing a cheek, running a fever without much nasal congestion, or not …

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