Co-Sleeping and Breast Feeding

Co-Sleeping and Breast Feeding

“Mothers who slept in the same bed with their infants breastfed more and longer than those who slept separately, a study found, but this practice of bed sharing has provoked an ongoing controversy over whether it leads to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).” Despite...
Sleepless in Denver – Part Two

Sleepless in Denver – Part Two

continued from Sleepless in Denver – Part One I set up an initial consultation with Igor, during which he determined that I likely had a sympathetic/parasympathetic nervous system imbalance. This essentially meant that my body had somehow become switched...
Sleepless in Denver – Part One

Sleepless in Denver – Part One

As an athlete aspiring to race on a professional team, I do everything in my power to perform the best I can. Good performance involves nearly every part of your life. Adequately fueling your body before, during and after training, good recovery (which includes...
Obesity Now Considered a Disease

Obesity Now Considered a Disease

The word disease could have a big impact on the way doctors treat obesity in the United States. The American Medical Association (AMA) has adopted a new policy that officially labels obesity as a disease “requiring a range of medical interventions to advance...