Twenty-three years ago, Lana Lemeshov left the former Soviet Union to start a new life as a computer programmer in the United States.
About 30 years ago, Dr. Connie Jackson was a young mother with two small children when she decided to pursue a medical career.
When Daniel Sharp was just a boy, he pretended to be a Native American healer, talking to tree and animal spirits and making herbal concoctions for his friends
At Newton Chiropractic and Wellness Centre, in Newton Centre, Dr. Julie Burke practices a self-healing approach to wellness through Network Spinal Analysis (NSA), a gentle form of chiropractic care.
In the late 1960s, Catherine Hinds opened Boston’s first skin care salon on Newbury Street.
Four years ago, Visions HealthCare opened its doors in Wellesley with a mission to offer patients a comprehensive array of services for treating the body, mind and spirit.
As a child, Dr. Margo Roman was bandaging stuffed animals and taking in wounded creatures.
The New England School of Acupuncture (NESA), in Newton, opened its doors in 1975 to become the first acupuncture school in the nation.
As founder and owner of Horses Know the Way Home, a personal development company in Jamestown, Rhode Island, Brian Reid fuses his passion for helping people with his love of horses.
Ed Malloy, president of New England Renewable Energy Systems, spent years in the semiconductor business.