by Sue Pace, RN, Registered Aromatherapist Millions of people worldwide employ essential oils to influence mood, in their body care products, and for home health remedies. Over the last decade in particular, home use of essential oils in the U.S. has burgeoned. Essential oils and diffusers are ubiquitous online and are also found in boutiques, grocery
by Sue Pace A newborn baby girl lies swaddled in a receiving blanket in her isolette. While she has ten fingers and ten toes, rosebud lips, and a great shock of dark hair, this baby somehow doesn’t look or act ’right’. Weighing only 6 lbs (2722 g) at birth, her muscles tremble and twitch
by Sue Pace Ticks have historically been a minor annoyance and a sort of "occupational hazard" for nature lovers. Due to exponential growth in the number of Lyme Disease cases in recent years, tick bites are becoming a greater source of fear. Ticks are insects in the family Ixodidae and are classified as parasitic mites.