Alcohol – Count the Calories, Not the Carbs

December 1st, 2015By Pamela Wu

Some say it’s good, others say it’s bad – but one thing for sure, it’s high in calories and hard to avoid during the holidays.

Sugar Addiction

October 16th, 2015By Jolanta Sierra

Candy, cookies and ice cream are just the more obvious culprits. Sugar, sugar and more sugar has made type 2 diabetes the fastest growing disease in the world.

The Healing Power of Energy Medicine

June 28th, 2015By Wendy Adamson

Auras, chakras, meridians and more. Can Western medicine learn something from practitioners who balance and activate the body’s natural healing energies?

Detoxing — The Right Way

May 17th, 2015By Ricardo Miranda, L.Ac.

Are you absorbing toxins faster than your body can remove them? It will take more than a detox product to keep your organs clean and working at peak capacity.

Being Single, with Cancer

April 20th, 2015By Tracy Maxwell

A diagnosis of ovarian cancer taught this single woman that her relationship status didn’t mean she had to face the challenges that lay ahead alone.

Oh, My Aching Back!

February 9th, 2015By Kaixuan Liu, M.D.

The problem could be degenerative disc disease — a medical term for what happens when the shock absorbing cartilage between the vertebrae wears out.

Eat, Drink and No Regrets

November 17th, 2014By Singular Staff

It’s that time of year where high calorie temptations are around every bend. We have healthy holiday eating tips that will keep you in charge of your waistline.

Oxytocin – The Original Organic Love Potion

September 7th, 2014By Rick Ruiz

That swirling, heady high that comes when we fall in love may be caused by oxytocin, a hormone generated by our own bodies.