Head of Sarasota County's Nurturing Dads program. Sunday school teacher. Jack Baker led a busy lifestyle, but one thing complicated his daily activities: optic atrophy. Responsible for impairing his vision, this rare condition has no cure. Fortunately, East West College of Natural Medicine was prepared to lend assistance.
Congratulations to EWCNM students and graduates. You did it again! You beat the national average on three of the required national board exams with passage rates of 85% and above. You are to be commended for your hard work and great study habits. In addition, let’s hear it for the faculty at EWCNM who helped prepare you with the knowledge and skills necessary to excel.
Do you know what's causing your unhappiness?
Do you ever judge yourself too harshly? I do. In fact, many of us do without realizing it. Even when your friends say that you are a superstar, you may feel deep inside that it's not true. Over time, this could lead to you becoming pessimistic without understanding why.
Hello, I’m Dr. Steven Roensch of East College of Natural Medicine. You know the first time I ever saw acupuncture was 1972. I was a young man in the United States Army in Vietnam and Chinese missionaries and doctors had come across the border and were treating local villagers for the effects of malaria.READ MORE
Mindfulness. It's a pretty straightforward concept. Your mind is focused on the present task without allowing distractions to impede your progress. All too often, we veer from the matter at hand. Once your mind has taken flight, you could become engrossed in obsessive thoughts over an event that just happened or may take place in the future. It is this anxiety that prevents us from enacting positive change in our lives.