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Some experts have suggested that countless chronic and often deadly illnesses are related to oral health and hygiene. This short course offers clear explanations of the types of unhealthy conditions in the mouth, dental procedures and options, oral health practices that reduce risks to health, and ways to detoxify the body of side effects of unhealthy conditions and exposures. read more

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Mold is almost ubiquitous. It constitutes part of the process of breaking down diseased and dead matter, i.e., returning dust to dust. It is opportunistic in that it thrives on moisture as well as darkness.

This webinar series will be divided into two main parts. The first part deals with remediation. The sources of mold, the ways to check for mold, and the correct methods for clearing mold from our working and living environments will be discussed. The emphasis will be on detection, followed by safe removal of the risks to real property, possessions, and health.

The second part of the series will address health and the ways to recover after exposure to mold. read more

This course consists of eight lessons, one per month. Each lesson consists of a downloadable pdf booklet containing information, explanations, and recipes, a PowerPoint and/or video presentation one week after the pdf is released, and a live webinar one week after the PowerPoint presentation. There is a moderated student forum and opportunity to submit questions prior to each webinar. There are no required quizzes or exams. However, those who would like a certificate can take the optional tests at the end of each lesson as well as the end of the more

The Mid-Life Tune Up Program was developed by Dr. Ingrid Naiman in 1985 in response to two situations that took center stage at that time. First, she observed the precariousness of aging in our modern society, and second, she realized that deferred maintenance and failure to give the body the same attention that we give our homes and cars was resulting in diminished capacity that, in turn, affect the quality of life. read more