Green Exercise Heals the Mind

Exercising, even for just five minutes, in a green space, such as a park or trail, can boost your mental health, according to researchers in the U.K.1 They looked at evidence from 1,250 people in 10 studies and found significant improvements in mood and self-esteem after just minutes of such activities as walking, gardening, cycling, fishing, boating, horse riding and…

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Full-Spectrum Wellness – A Conversation with John Travis MD, PhD [Free Podcast]

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Podcast: Play in new windowJohn W. Travis, MD, MPH, completed his medical degree in Boston and a residency in general preventive medicine at Johns Hopkins University. He subsequently founded the first wellness center in the US (Wellness Resource Center, Mill Valley, CA, 1975) and is founder and co-director of Wellness Associates, a not-for-profit educational foundation, as well as the author…

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How Important is Relaxation to the Healing Process?

Dr.Miller discusses the healing process with Dr.Rossman and how it is directly connected and aided by the practice of deep relaxation and surrendering into the moment. Ask Dr. Miller your questions www.Facebook.com/AskDrMiller Watch more videos YouTube.com/EmmettMillerMD where you can also rate, comment, and subscribe to his video channel.

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Ask Dr. Miller: How Does Inner Turmoil Create Illness? (Video)

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Cutting Edge Tools for Mind-Body Healing: A Conversation with Dr. Kenneth Pelletier [Free Podcast]

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Dr. Pelletier is a Clinical Professor of Medicine, Department of Medicine, at the University of Arizona School of Medicine; and, a Clinical Professor of Medicine in the Department of Family and Community Medicine and in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of California School of Medicine, San Francisco (UCSF). At the University of Arizona, he is Director of the Corporate Health Improvement Program (CHIP) which is a collaborative research program between CHIP and 15 of the Fortune 500 corporations Continue reading

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Integral-Health Medicine – A Conversation with Dr. Len Saputo [Free Podcast]

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Dr. Saputo, a 1965 graduate of Duke University Medical School, is board certified in internal medicine and was in private practice in affiliation with John Muir Medical Center in the San Francisco Bay Area for more than 30 years. Continue reading

Where Do I Begin With “Alternative Medicine”?

Q. There are so many “alternatives” in alternative health. How do I know what choices are healthy for me — what foods to eat, pills to take, books to read? WHERE DO I BEGIN? A.  It’s an individual matter. Everyone is different. Diseases don’t make choices, people do. The primary goal of the excellent physician, healer, or health practitioner is…

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Why Is the Mind/Body Connection So Important?

Though we search the world over to find the beautiful, we find it within or we find it not. –Ralph Waldo Emerson Q: Dr. Miller, you practice Mind-Body Medicine, why is the Mind/Body Connection so important? Answer by Dr. Miller: “Essence,” “divine child,” “soul,” “spirit”– our connection with the concept we call “Self” is far more important than what we…

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