Barefoot Doctor's Journal
Take control of your health with this guide to natural health and healing. Get expert advice to help you alleviate pain and live healthy naturally. Access to tools, information and opportunities.
Take control of your health
For 5000 years Traditional Chinese Medicine has help people to relieve pain and achieve a healthy longevity naturally.
A comprehensive guide to natural health and healing, the Barefoot Doctor’s Journal seeks to empower it's readers to take control of their own health, find their own inspiration, help create healthier communities and share the adventure with whoever is interested. Internationally recognized experts in the fields of healthy aging and Traditional Chinese Medicine, the Living Younger Longer Institute has helped hundreds of people each year to live healthy naturally.
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Providing members with the latest scientific research on the ancient healing secrets of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Get information, access to tools, and enjoyable opportunities for a lifetime of active adventure!
In recent years researchers have looked at positive, healthy aspects of the aging mind instead of just looking at pathology or what makes us sick in the mind. The cultivation of wisdom turns out to be a key to brains aging in a healthy manner. The old adage “use it or lose it” becomes a central maxim.
People are living longer than ever before. This can be a mixed blessing. Many uncomfortable changes occur in aging, but change can be good. One of the most positive changes is in (what scientists call) crystalline and fluid intelligence … or what is commonly called wisdom. Living longer allows us more time to gain some level of insight into what makes this crazy, mixed up world tick. As we get older, we should be getting wiser.
The January 19th issue of National Geographic highlights how traditional Chinese medicine is taking the scientific community by storm. This ancient medicine is accumulating an evidence base that rivals the best in modern medicine even a Nobel prize in Medicine in 2015. Scientists from leading universities in the United States and Europe, including Harvard Medical School, the Mayo Clinic, UCLA, Duke, and Oxford University are looking at the scientific underpinnings of some traditional treatments for diseases such as pain, depression, anxiety, and even heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and Parkinson’s.(more…)
More and more doctors are recommending mind-body therapies like tai chi, meditation, chiropractic, supplements, hypnosis therapy, and even yoga to help you get relief from dozens of painful conditions. Harvard Medical School experts explain the research behind natural and alternative remedies without drugs or surgery.
This enlightening report reveals:
Mind-body secrets for “turning down the volume” on pain
The exercise that may lower your chance of getting shingles
The type of yoga that helps reduce back and neck pain
Why tai chi may be the ideal exercise for battling fibromyalgia
Mind-body secrets for “turning down the volume” on pain(more…)
For all of you that have helped with the Oxford Study and the study we just completed for Harvard Medical School and for all of you that are helping make this a healthier world, Joe and Jacqui would like to pass along to you this very special gift of Lifelong Learning Resources this holiday season.
Keep your mind sharp and feed your curiosity. While the weather outside is frightful, explore these world class resources for lifelong learners. Join Oxford University’s Continuing Education Departments community of learning – a community that spans more than 120 countries worldwide. These fun, interactive, educational resources have been chosen for you by Oxford Continuing Education academics and staff.
Please accept our thanks for being part of our community of learning. We wish you a wonderful festive season and an educationally enriching new year.
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Having trouble getting in to see a real doctor lately? Join the club. In a recent poll conducted by NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, most people reported going to urgent care because they believe it is more convenient and takes less time than going to their regular doctor.
Many Americans are seeking alternatives in healthcare simply because seeing the doctor is getting harder and harder. One in 5 said that at least once in the past two years, they were unable to see their regular doctor when they needed medical care, mostly because the doctor didn’t have any available appointments. Even if you can get an appointment you will most likely see a physicians assistant or nurse rather than a real Doctor. and with higher and higher deductibles this is soon destined to affect us all. (more…)