The Boston Chapter of the American Nurses Association will begin holding monthly meetings starting April 3.
Arlington International Film Festival (AIFF) organizers will be holding a reception at 7 p.m., April 26, at the Arlington Friends of the Drama, to celebrate the eighth annual Poster Contest Competition.
The 2018 Conference for progressive health care providers sponsored by the Bioregulatory Medicine Institute (BRMI), will be held May 10 to 12, in Louisville, Kentucky.
Left untreated, periodontal disease not only puts a pet at risk for pain, infection and tooth loss but it can also cause damage to the heart, kidneys and liver.
There are several herbs which restore the body and replenish the nervous system. Take advantage of these herbal allies, especially in the cold winter months, when our bodies are ready to receive yin nourishment.
While exposure to bugs can’t always be avoided, much can be done to boost the immune system to lessen their impact and potentially save lives.
Like humans, a companion animal may struggle with gastrointestinal issues, allergies and a weakened immune system after years of exposure to antibiotics, other drugs, environmental chemicals and poor diet.
Phyllis Light, the legendary master herbalist from Alabama, will be teaching a two-day workshop, Natural Approaches to Major Mental Health Issues.
Tracie Hines, founder of Sage Plant-Powered Health, is leading two Inspired in Italy tours from September 21 to 28 (ladies only) and October 4 to 11 (couples/singles).
Join author Herb Pearce from 6 p.m. to midnight, March 24, at his home in Arlington Heights for a free art viewing party and book signing party for his new book.