When Yvette Edwards, Doctor of Chiropractic, was living in Jamaica as a child, the value of chiropractic care was literally “brought home” to her. Her mother was suffering from muscle spasms so severe that they made it extremely difficult for her to walk. Nothing seemed to help. The local chiropractor her mother visited explained that her treatment could go no further due to his limited equipment, and recommended that the family move to the states where better equipment was available. (read more…)
Owner and founder of Wildlife Geeks, Chuck Alberding, has always been an animal lover. Although he didn’t grow up on a farm, his parents’ five-acre Florida home was host to horses, goats, pigs, peacocks, and a variety of other animals.
Chuck says his whole family was “into” animals and tells the story of presenting his mother with a baby skunk on her 50th birthday. “She named her Camie and would take her to church in a sort of cage/pouch. My mom had Camie for 12 years,” remembers Chuck. (read more…)
It is interesting to note that many of our grandparents’ and great-grandparents’ solutions to health were based on using the natural world around us. In some countries, this is still common, but in the U.S., it’s just recently gaining ground again. (read more…)