The sun, our environment and just plain aging. They all take a toll on our skin. But before you spend a lot of money or have unnecessary procedures, listen to Doctor Pat Hopkins and her colleagues Leslie Frodema and Maura Hines share the products and services they recommend to reverse aging and Save Our Skin.
It’s no secret, as we age, our skin changes. Lines, acne, tight and rough patches. But instead of avoiding a mirror, listen to Doctor Pat Hopkins and her colleagues Leslie Frodema and Maura Hines share their personal skin stories along with simple ways to Save Our Skin.
Food can nourish and heal but it can also trap us with chronic health problems. So it’s time to experiment with food to help your gut, increase your energy and even improve your mood. In this episode, we’re joined by Tom Malterre, co-founder Whole Life Nutrition, who shares the healing power and life-long benefits of “The Elimination Diet.”
A healthy immune system is important to fend off the coronavirus. And one of the best ways to strengthen your immunity is to detoxify your body. In the first of two episodes, learn safe and simple ways to detox from the team at Hopkins Medical Group; Doctors Pat Hopkins and Steve Roberts, along with Functional Nurse Nutritionist Leslie Frodema.
Is there a way to reframe past traumas and truly heal in a much deeper way? Those with PTSD have been helped by “Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing” and “Emotional Freedom Techniques.” In this episode, we explore both therapies with Dr. Candice Porter and Social Worker Pam Glass with Mass Bay Counseling in Quincy,Massachusetts.
Heavy metals are on the ground we walk on, in the water we drink and in the products we use every day. Exposure can lead to crippling diseases like Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and cancer. In this episode, Doctors Pat Hopkins and Steve Roberts and Functional Nurse Nutritionist Leslie Frodema arm us with valuable information to stay healthy.
Ready, set, go, the next generation of cellular technology is here amid great fanfare in a Super Bowl commercial. But could 5G generate radiofrequency radiation that can lead to diseases? We check in again with Cece Doucette, technology safety educator and founder of WirelessEducation.org.
Wireless tech is so prevalent in our lives, from cellphones to earbuds, WiFi to laptops, that most of us ignore the health risks. This episode brings you important, actionable advice on wireless tech from technology safety educator Cece Doucette, founder of the non-profit, Wireless Education.org.
Your body is tight, so you stretch and may practice yoga. But often our bodies need a hands-on approach to unknotting years of tight muscles. In this episode we explore the process and benefits of structural integration, a series of bodywork sessions with licensed massage therapist Eli Thompson in Greater Boston.
Our colons are a toxic repository for what we eat and how we live, from processed foods and fat to lack of exercise and stress. In this episode, colon hydrotherapist Liz Marcano-Pucillo describes the process and benefits of flushing your colon with Doctors Pat Hopkins and Steve Roberts.