Irritable Bowel Syndrome Archive

Adrenaline and your health


Dr. Michael Platt discusses the role of adrenaline in ADHD, Autism, IBS, and more. Joyce asks him how to rule out a tumor before embarking on medical treatment.

Drink your Veggies — and get a nice tan!?!

Most Americans do not eat enough fruits and vegetables for health and a radiant skin glow. If you don’t like rabbit food … DRINK YOUR VEGGIES!

Unbreak your Health


After a disappointing trip to the Mayo Clinic, author Alan E. Smith admits, “I suddenly became very open-minded about complementary and alternative medicine (CAM).” Smith talks with Joyce about his book, How to Unbreak your Health.

Breaking the Habit

Mike talks about his own experience quitting smoking, and encourages you to do the same. At the very least, get the smoke out of your life even if you can’t kick the nicotine. There are smokeless products to help you. Getting rid of nicotine and tar significantly lowers your health risks.

Food for Thought: The Work of Community Servings

Dear Fellow Travelers: Yesterday (Dec 6), Joyce and I had the pleasure of talking with Suzanne Robertson, a professional dietitian who works with Community Servings based in the general area of Boston Massachusetts. According to information on its website (http://www.servings.org) this nonprofit organization delivers homestyle meals each day to some 1300 people in a 215 […]

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Shows from 2011 Support for Children whose siblings have special needs, 10-27-2011 Elizabeth Batson’s new book *I Have Needs Too! Supporting the Child Whose Sibling Has Special Needs* combines quotes and drawings from kids whose siblings have special needs with parenting help from a professional. The book offers parents insight and practical advice on how […]