A frequent contributor to our friend Joy’s site, Du recently contributed an article on a vexing topic for many parents: getting young children to sleep. Read, learn and enjoy it here!
This past March, on the occasion of International Women’s Day, Du posted on Instagram a “love letter to herself”. Our friend Joy loved it, and asked Du to contribute an article at her site on how a person can complete this very important writing… [READ MORE]
Here’s an interview we did with Lisa Borden, a great communications expert, who also blogs – basically a breakdown of what we do, and how to use naturopathic medicine. We love Lisa because she is a “straight-shooter”, and true to her values.
So many years ago, in 2005, Du wrote an in-depth examination of oral contraceptives (“birth control pills”) in the now out-of-publication “Naturopathic Medicine Today”. Most of the information is still relevant today – but also an interesting archive of conventional approaches to birth control… [READ MORE]
Way back in 2015 Du contributed a post to our friends at Joyous Health on meditation (one of our favourite topics and a great idea for anyone!)
Back in 2014 Du contributed a post on managing anxiety to our friends at Joyous Health. Still relevant!
Here’s a great parenting article from 2016 Du wrote for our friends at Joyous Health on “free play”, including the vast and growing scientific support for what a generation ago would have been considered time-wasting. A great and important read for parents.
Du and Joyous Health can’t get enough of talking about healthy snacks for kids! Here’s a post Du contributed in 2015: as relevant today as it was then!
Here’s an article, written by Du for our friends at Joyous Health on the importance of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) on the developing human brain. Ever wondered if mercury in fish is a concern? Whether vegetarians can consume adequate DHA via flax seed oil? All will be… [READ MORE]
Back, way before 2012 (when this article was updated), Du had a telephone interview with Chatelaine, comparing conventional and “alternative” approaches to managing head lice. Here’s what they came up with between them!
Back in the mid-aughts, NOW Magazine used to contact us somewhat regularly to comment on a section they used to publish featuring a range of opinions by different healthcare professionals, on managing different, common health concerns, wittily named. As such, our names are associated… [READ MORE]