Of all the DFW green neighborhoods, South Oak Cliff is the greenest, because it’s the most green. While it lacks walkability and its holistic offerings are few, the hilly terrain south of Clarendon between Loop 12 and I-35E boasts some of Dallas’ largest parks, plus it’s a short jump to the best scenery in Dallas County.
Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (DITI)T is a non-invasive technique that allows observation of the body’s interior functions without uncomfortable compression or radiation to potentially contribute to abnormal cell growth or compression, as with X-ray diagnostics.
When Jen Cafferty, a certified health coach and founder/CEO of Gluten Free Media Group, started a small gluten-free cooking class with food samples in the Chicago area 10 years ago, she realized she was on to something special.
For those unable to visit the amazing Metroplex nature trails, many outdoors destinations are perfect for a bike ride, stroll, vigorous workout or a day in the park, all accessible by Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART).
Qigong helps overcome trauma with an “energetic solution” as opposed to pharmaceutical or psychological approaches. A Qigong Master I studied with was imprisoned by the Chinese government and while in a jail cell he practiced Qigong for many years and he was strengthened.
Patients experiencing a heart attack or stroke can benefit from a new communication technology, Pulsara, a smartphone app implemented by 11 northeast Tarrant EMS teams and Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Grapevine.