article by Philip Incao, MD Acute inflammations like colds, the flu and fevers seem to be an inescapable part of life: everyone experiences them. Why do we get them? Many of us have noticed (if not, then our spouses have noticed!) that we often come down with a cold or flu when we are overly stressed or depleted. We explain this by assuming that stress lowers our resistance … [Read more...] about Tending the Flame: Childhood Fever
Archives for January 2019
A talk Dr. Alicia Landman-Reiner, MD, offering insight into the unique qualities of the medicines and remedies used in Anthroposophic Medicine. … [Read more...] about What are Anthroposophic Medicines?
Issue 1, Winter 2019 Happy 2019 and welcome to the first edition of our quarterly newsletter!During this time of year, as we slowly emerge out of the darkness of deep winter and the excesses of the holiday season, we frequently succumb to common community-acquired illnesses like respiratory infections, colds and flus. It is interesting to notice our body’s attempt to … [Read more...] about The Role of Fever in Health and Anthroposophic Medicines