Dr. Keith in Brisbane, Australia

“Be brave enough to live creatively. The creative is the place where no one else has ever been. You have to leave the city of your comfort and go into the wilderness of your intuition. You can’t get there by bus, only by hard work, risking, and by not quite knowing what you’re doing…” ~ […]

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Sydney, Australia

No prizes for guessing where I’ve been the last 2 weeks, when I tell you I took this photo! I think Sydney opera house is one of the four most beautiful and iconic buildings in the world—and I’ve seen the other three: the Taj Mahal, The Alhambra and the Mesquite in Cordoba (Spain). I finally […]

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Does Acupuncture Work For Migraines

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), chronic headache disorders – such as migraines, tension headaches, and cluster headaches – are the most common nervous system disorders.  They estimate that approximately 47% of the world population has experienced at least one episode within the last year.  Of those numbers, almost 10% are classified as migraines. […]

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mold

Regulars will know about my “I Told ‘Em!” series. It’s almost embarrassing, being 20 – 30 years ahead. In the early 1980s I had streams of sick patients, many with food allergies, but also with real sensitivities to mold toxins (mycotoxins). It was obvious what was going on. But of course it was all labeled […]

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eat butter

Apparently, Dr. Ronald Krauss, UCSF Adjuvant Professor and Director of Atherosclerosis Research at Children’s Hospital Oakland Research Institute, is really to blame for the horrible story, which all vegans and vegetarians are incensed about. It was a recent front cover headline by Time magazine: “Eat Butter”. They are calling him “Doctor Lard” (in derision). The […]

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Western vs alternative medicine

Alternative medicine and traditional healthcare are two terms tossed around the modern health industry rather often.  There are negative opinions about both but each has their place in today’s health environment. Traditional healthcare is referred to as Western medicine because it is traditionally used by the United States and Western Europe.  It is defined as […]

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tree_hugging_good_for_health

Is Tree Hugging Good For Your Health? Years ago I lost a mighty volume of poems I had written. As an already-published poet they were not just dreams or self-delusions; these were GOOD poems. I wept over that notebook. It still haunts me; the beautiful language that came to me in the night; up in […]

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reduce stress

Are there easy ways to reduce stress and anxiety naturally? Tense moments such as paying bills or looming work deadlines will trigger several stress hormones in the body, which cause muscle tension, sweating, increase in heart rate and, increased respiration. Stress is a silent killer and puts you at risk for chronic diseases, obesity, and […]

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