Shedding Light on Vitamin D

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You have all heard it before: Stay out of the sun, use 30 SPF sunblock, and apply copious amounts of it.

For the most part, I do encourage patients to avoid excessive exposure to the sun; the risks of skin cancers, premature skin aging, and wrinkles are a real threat. On the other hand, I also deal with how the lack of sunlight affects patients on a daily basis.

About Craniosacral Therapy (CST)

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I am in constant exploration of new ways to enhance health and well being. This is part of who I am and also my job. This quest has lead me to learn about multiple non-conventional treatments, and a particular type of bodywork called my attention as a particularly effective healing strategy: craniosacral therapy (CST).

Love Potions

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Every year, around this time, I have a steady stream of male and female patients come to see me to discuss an often sensitive and embarrassing topic: low libido, and how to improve it.

Since it’s almost Valentine’s Day, I thought I’d mention a few tips to consider about libido: What is it, why it’s low, and how to improve it.

The Morrison Center Staff Picks: Chocolate!

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If you’ve read this week’s post  in which Dr. Morrison shares ways to increase feelings of love and connectedness, you’ll be happy to know that he views dark chocolate as a true superfood. Eaten in moderation (an ounce several times a week) — as long as it’s at least 70% cacao and dairy-free — dark chocolate can provide a number of benefits:

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