We think about one direction for our careers: up. We aspire for fancier titles, salary increases, and an office with a view. This is often done by acquiring skills, knowledge, and experience along the way, but the way forward may no longer be up the ladder.
Looking for natural remedies to help you get through allergy season? In part one of this two-part series, we discussed what causes allergies and why diet is the biggest factor in curing them. Now we dig into some remedies if allergies remain after adopting an anti-inflammatory diet.
We sit down with Dr. Tamera Cole, DVM and owner of Steiner Ranch Animal Hospital, to take a deep dive into the world of dermatological health for pets. We all know allergy season is a beast this time of year, and our pets deal with it, too! Dr. Cole has been practicing veterinary medicine since 1990, and her goal is to give her clients’ pets high-quality care with convenience, confidence, and compassion.
Some of trendiest careers these days are in health and life coaching fields. Over the past few years, I have seen many friends and influencers claim this title. So, what exactly does their coaching entail? Are there qualifications required to call oneself a health/life coach? Do you need a life coach? I got these answers and more when I interviewed a local health coach, Jennifer Turner as well as the co-founder of the fastest-growing online health education platform, Carey Peters.
We sit down with Dr. Koushik Shaw of Austin Urology Institute to discuss the importance of prostate and testicular exams for men of all ages. Dr. Shaw has over 20 years of experience in medicine and completed his undergraduate and graduate studies at Boston University School of Medicine. He also studied under and worked with Dr. Irwin Goldstein, one of the original investigators of Viagra®. Most notably, Dr. Shaw is a member of the first da Vinci Robotic Surgery Program and is recognized as a leader in the urology field among his peers.