Welcome back! Last week, we learned about an old meditation technique called Qigong. If you missed this blog and would like to catch up, click HERE. This week, we will be discussing clutter, and it’s impact on our health. Have you ever felt anxious or depressed because your house wasn’t
Welcome back! We hope you enjoyed the holiday break as much as we did at the Northwest Osteopathic Medical Foundation. Happy New Year, and let’s get started!! We left you with a blog by Michelle Jenck which explored our worth. If you missed that blog and would like to catch
Welcome back! We had a great week last week with Dr. Lei Ross and her blog on Aging Stereotypes. We will all be elderly someday, and how we think of our elders today, may shape how our children see us when it’s our turn. Something to think about for sure.
Welcome back! Last week we were given a lesson in forgiveness, something we can all benefit from in one way or another, right? Sometimes it’s so hard to forgive, but at the end of the day, it’s what is best for us, and really has little to do with the
Welcome back! Last week we visited with Dr. Ross about the science behind healthy food choices. He gave us some tips on how to find a doctor that might be able to help us in our quest for health. If you missed his blog, here is the link: https://nwosteo.org/does-your-doctor-look-healthy/ This week,
Welcome Back! Our guest community blogger last week, Tracy Gonzalez, really touched your hearts. Our community bloggers this month were courageous both in their personal journey’s and their ability to share their stories. We thank you. I would also like to thank our guest DO, Dr. Laura Rosch for contributing.
Welcome back! This month was a great discussion about the Doctor/Patient relationship! I would like to thank our guest DO, Dr. Deb Roman, and our two community bloggers Jan Guttormsen and Charity Payne for their honesty and insight. I would also like to thank all of you who commented and
Welcome back! Wow, what a month! We learned a lot about mindfulness and the impact it can have on our stress levels and our overall life. A huge thank you to our guest DO, Dr. Laura Rosch, and our two community bloggers, David Tate, and Rahana Bear. Thank you for
Welcome back. Have I thanked you recently for reading us? Thank you. Because of you, we have seen amazing things happen. We have been contacted by other foundations, who have worked with us to form their own blog that combines the expertise of doctors with the life experiences of their
Welcome back! Last week’s blog garnered a record breaking 2,058 hits! It appears that Food as Medicine is a trending topic on social media. We are all concerned with living a life that affords us wellness, long into our golden years, but many simply don’t know how to attain this
Welcome back. Last week was very heavy. Our hearts broke for Karen Yazzolino-King, and her loss. I would like to thank those of you who have stayed with this series throughout the month of December. I know this was a difficult topic and, for some, it really hit home. I