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Quality of Life—An Exploration of Biography and Social Art

By Susan Crozier In 1996, I was 42-years-old and our family relocated to a new state. I was experiencing a difficult time of loneliness, anxiety and a loss of camaraderie. The outer landscape was beautiful but my interior one was a dark wood.  "What direction will lead me out of this wood?" That year, Sunbridge College in Spring Valley, NY, was starting ... Read More ►

Cancer: The Disease of our Time

Reprinted in part from Sozial Hygiene, Nos. 19 and 26 MD Summer 1999, Cancer: A New Approach - Issue #16 How Does Cancer Arise? Time and again doctors are asked: "What really is the cause of cancer?" This question can't be answered in a sentence. The increase in incidence indicates that the disease is related to our changed customs and ... Read More ►

How to Treat Childhood Illness

By Philip Incao, MD Summer 2001, The Child - Issue #24 All of the common illnesses of childhood are inflammations. "Infection" is the wrong word for them because it suggests that we get sick because germs invade us. This is misleading. We are always exposed to, and often harbor, germs and yet we only occasionally get sick. Why do we ... Read More ►

The Kidneys as Foundation for Body & Wisdom

By Heidi Harding, L.Ac. and Tim Aitken, L.Ac. Issue: Winter 2003, Form and Structure - Issue #34 In Classical Chinese Medicine, the Kidneys give us our foundation for life. The Kidneys represent that which pushes the organism to the actualization of its potential. They are the “pilot light” that ignites the body’s primary activities. The Kidneys store and activate our ... Read More ►

Owned by Illness Part 2

An interview with Gerald Karnow, M.D. Issue: Fall 2005, Restoring Our Relationship with Food; Issue #41 , Vol. 10 We interviewed Gerald Karnow, M.D., at the Artemisia conference in Ann Arbor, MI. Dr. Karnow has been a practitioner of anthroposophically-extended medicine and a co-worker at the Fellowship Community in Chestnut Ridge, NY, a residential community based on the care of ... Read More ►

Community Supported Anthroposophic Medicine – A New Form of Health Care

LILIPOH interviews Molly McMullen Laird, M.D. Issue: Spring 2006, Spirit & Economics in Health Care; Issue #43 LILIPOH: Can you tell me briefly about the community supported medical initiative that you and Quentin Mc Mullen, M.D. have started? Molly McMullen Laird, M.D.: The driving force behind our Patient Organization, and the unique economic form that we use, came through looking ... Read More ►