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:

Health Coach Tips: Eat for Immune Health

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In last week’s post, Dr. Morrison and Dr. Moreno offered specific diet and supplement suggestions for preventing and treating cold and flu. As a health coach, I work to make our doctors’ suggestions practical and fun for our patients with specific foods and recipes, based on their tastes. This week, I’ll break down their food-related suggestions with specific and tasty tips:

The Morrison Immune Protocol

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You may have noticed that around mid-January, winter starts to show off: icy temperatures and impromptu snow storms, coupled with blasting heat and dry indoor air everywhere you go—it’s no wonder that we are in the thick of cold and flu season.

Healthy Tips for Cold and Flu Season

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Are you worried about getting sick this flu season? By following a few simple strategies, you can lower your risk of getting sick and arm yourself with some natural options to kick your infection fast.

Should you get the flu shot?

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