Interview with James S. Gordon, MD - August 18 2014
James S. Gordon, MD, clinical professor in the Departments of Psychiatry and Family Medicine at Georgetown Medical School, and former chairman of the White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy, weighs in on micronutrient deficiencies & mood.
It’s important to allow yourself time to recover and embrace your new role as “mom,” however, you soon can start to make adjustments to your diet and lifestyle to get you feeling back to your old self. With just a few simple steps, you can get back in shape before you know it!
Wondering what to do with that tax refund? Should you pay down debt (ugghh), pay off your McMansion, fund your niece’s cupcake startup, climb Machu Picchu or invest in Chipotle? The answers might surprise you.
When you are a woman in your 30’s, there are many advantages to starting a family. Chances are you are secure in your career, you have had the time to devote to yourself and your relationships and perhaps you are now thinking about starting a family.
You may know the benefits of calcium for bone development and strength. How thick your
bones are is one of the factors that determine if Osteoporosis may develop, but other factors that contribute are diet, health, and physical activity.
Heading back to school can also mean being exposed to germs and fighting illness. It is important for kids to eat a healthy diet and get plenty of rest so their bodies stay healthy. But can you do more?
Ladies, is your fella waking up to use the bathroom several times a night? Can he sit through a movie without excusing himself? If no, then check out what your doctor and Rainbow Light can help do to keep his prostate healthy naturally.