The Massachusetts Chapter of the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition will host its annual Run/Walk to Break the Silence on Ovarian Cancer on September 13.
Dr. Jolene Ross, founder and director of Advanced Neurotherapy, in Needham, began her work in this field as a practicing psychologist and concerned mother whose daughter was struggling in school.
Equal Exchange was founded 29 years ago in Boston’s South End with a mission to bring small-scale farmers around the world in closer contact with American consumers and reform exploitative models of international trade.
Simpson Spring, located in Easton, dates back to 6,000 B.C. and was considered a source of healing waters by the Wampanoag tribe members who once lived there.
The National Ovarian Cancer Coalition has three key initiatives to assist in the battle against this deadly disease.
For those still seeking a deeply connected relationship, Gayle Johnson, Certified Calling in “The One” Coach, is offering introductory workshops in March.
As eating for health becomes a greater concern for Boston-area shoppers and diners, two local women are doing their part to make it happen.
Newton Chiropractic and Wellness is now treating patients from head to toe, as Dr. Julie Burke and her staff add foot screenings, orthotics, shoethotics and sandalthotics to its list of services.
Koren Specific Technique (KST) is a revolutionary approach to the analysis and correction of nervous and energy system blockages and imbalances in the body.
Groton Wellness, an innovative and integrative health center, has teamed up with the Groton Community Foundation to create the Free Wellness Project for those in need of complimentary medical treatments.