Anne Woodhouse is a Certified Holistic Nutritionist and an Asian Bodywork Therapist. Anne began her career as an energy engineer, responsible for supplying continuous, reliable, clean electric power.  As a Certified Holistic Nutritionist, with training in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Anne still sees her work as helping clients develop a plan for supplying continuous, reliable, clean power, through food. In addition to her education in Holistic Nutrition, Anne is also trained in Amma Bodywork Therapy. Rooted in the ancient principles of TCM, Amma Bodywork uses energetic massage and manipulation of acu-points to move and balance Qi (energy) throughout the body. You can learn more about Anne atRead More →

Jamie is talking with Dr. Charles L. Rogers who is a Homeopathic Medicine Doctor. They are talking about what Homeopathic Medicine is and how it differs from traditional medicine. They’re also talking about how Dr. Rogers got involved in Homeopathic Medicine and his own success. Dr. Rogers doesn’t perform surgery, and he rarely administers a drug to his patients. Instead, a homeopath gives his patients a “100 percent natural medication” that is derived from the earth’s substances. Whereas most drugs prescribed by medical doctors are synthetic and assist the body in fighting off illness, homeopathic remedies are instead supposed to trigger the body’s immune systemsRead More →

Every year, hundreds of new Americans leave everything behind, arriving in Idaho with advanced degrees, English language skills and successful but interrupted careers – as engineers, doctors, nurses, teachers, accountants, and scientists. Too often, these skilled professionals face enormous barriers in continuing their careers once in Idaho. Instead, they end up significantly underemployed in low-wage jobs, their skills and talents left untapped. To date, the Idaho Office for Refugees and Idaho’s refugee resettlement agencies have created strong systems for finding first jobs for newly-arrived refugees, but these have largely been in low wage placements. In 2012-2013, Idaho refugees in full-time positions (typically high-skilled candidates) earned an averageRead More →

The Idaho Statesman has been running the “Pink Issue” every Sunday this month featuring stories about cancer and those battling cancer. Today Jamie is talking with two people from the Statesman who were instrumental in beginning this “Pink Issue”. Read More →

Dr. Abhilash Desai is a geriatric psychiatrist and the Medical Director of the Idaho Memory and Aging Center. He’s in with Jamie talking about Neuroplascisity and what you can do to keep your brain healthy. Read More →

Dr. Abhilash Desai is a geriatric psychiatrist and the Medical Director of the Idaho Memory and Aging Center. Today he’s talking with Jamie about the brain’s attention and memory systems. Read More →

Dr. Abhilash Desai is a geriatric psychiatrist and the Medical Director of the Idaho Memory and Aging Center. He’s in with Jamie talking about Alzheimer’s and healthy brain aging. Read More →

Dr. Robert Hasty, DO, FACOI, FACP, received his undergraduate education at the University of Miami and his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine or D.O. degree from Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Most recently, Dr. Hasty associate dean for postgraduate affairs at Campbell University Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine in North Carolina. Dr. Hasty is board certified in internal medicine and is a Fellow of the American College of Osteopathic Internists as well as the American College of Physicians. He’s working now to open the first medical school in Idaho – The Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine. You can learn more at idahocom.orgRead More →

Holly Springer’s life was drastically changed after suffering from a seven-week coma and brain aneurysm. Today she continues to live a full and happy life following a life changing brain injury. Holly Springer is a three-time author and brain aneurysm survivor who rebuilt her life after being told it would be a tragedy. Springer continues to inspire others who have experienced brain injuries and other limitations life has thrown at them through her three memoirs. In her memoir, “Waiting For Grace,” Holly Springer discusses her mental and physical rebuilding post brain aneurysm and how her faith changed her life into a miracle. Springer reminds readersRead More →