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Office visits and video consultations are available for children and adult health issues. Dr. Randy's focus in health care is always to strengthen the patient by stimulating and reinforcing the innate healing ability of the body, resulting in an increased state of health.
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Dr. Randy »

Dr. Randy has practiced homeopathy and Oriental medicine for over 30 years, specializing in child health care. He has devoted his professional life to writing books about children's health, teaching workshops, training practitioners, and curing patients. More details »

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This Flu »

January 14th, 2017

You may not have seen it yet, but it’s here. This year’s flu can be severe. This flu starts out with a severe sore throat (sometimes with bleeding) and fever with shaking chills. Other symptoms include cough, diarrhea, headache and severe body pain. There are milder versions that only include a few of these symptoms, […]

Resolutions »

January 3rd, 2017

Like me, you may be contemplating your resolutions and resolve at this time of year. I urge you to consider those things you value most. This will begin, no doubt, with those you hold most dear, and hopefully expand to others. In this precarious world we are all interdependent. Although our success and livelihood depends […]

A Holiday Message »

December 18th, 2016

What a wonderful time of year. Family, warm fires, holiday cheer, and happy children content with the few gifts they receive. Does this sound like your house? If not, then you may need to change your expectations. Or have no expectations and enjoy whatever you have. Above all go slowly and go lightly. Practice ease. […]

Coughs »

December 11th, 2016

Coughs During the winter, coughs abound. Cold rainy weather and winter snows tend to irritate the airways. This stress makes people more susceptible to viruses. Then the viral illness dries and irritates the throat and branches of the bronchial tree, triggering inflammation and coughing. Coughs are usually worse at night because the body’s production of […]