Hey I’m back! I’m sitting in the kitchen with my laptop, noshing on homegrown pears as I reflect on the summer of 2022. The highs were exquisite and the
Considering the circumstances, do you feel the best you could possibly be feeling? Every day while locked in hotel quarantine, an Australian government social worker called me and posed that question.
What a year, right?! Thank you to my Love and Medicine readers, I am truly grateful for your support. With so much to read out there, I
Ask Dr. Annie K. “I have been struggling with anxiety and depression throughout most of my life. However, the past few months I have started to notice
Life goes so slow. Slow, like molasses. I don’t understand why people say it goes by fast. My kids should be older than they are by now
~Life Without my Dad When my dad in Milwaukee was diagnosed with cancer in 1998, we were living in Israel. We built a home in the community
ASK DR. ANNIE K. Your intriguing post on L-theanine inspired me to ask about natural supplements for mental health. I was told that a drop of liquid
Last thing I remember, I was Running for the door I had to find the passage back To the place I was before “Relax, ” said the
Hey Dr, Annie! I’ve recently read a few articles and seen a few videos about the technique of Gua Sha facial massage. I’ve read that doing this
In 2017, when the price of one Bitcoin went up to $19,000, I texted my son: What is Bitcoin and why re-post this article? Because
Hi Dr. Annie K! I love your blog and always look forward to learning more about love, medicine and more from your intriguing posts. I’m in a
Spoiler alert: if you plan to see The Undoing, wait until after you’ve seen it to read this article. If you’re not planning to watch
I appreciate the change of season by the end of summer. The orange, brown, maroon tones and fabrics of fall fashion make me long for their feel
Love and Medicine is groping for words. My emotions are all over the place. I cry at the drop of a hat. Sometimes the tears are tears
This is Bidet Part 2, a follow-up from the article published April 3, 2020. Read that first. Spoiler alert! I’m going to talk straight about the bidet.
Let’s think about the peach. The vibrant mix of fiery orange and red sweeping its surface. How sexy is that shape – with the round, fuzzy curvature
Here we are. Entering the fourth month of sheltering at home. I’m quite comfortable with it at this point. I have developed a quarantine routine that works.
“Your mom walks funny” a friend said one day in elementary school. I had never noticed my mom walking any different than anyone else. Just like I
Since we are home, and being ordered to stay home, I am re-publishing an article I wrote two years ago. The first paragraph sounds like a different
I rarely talk about products on this blog. Remember when I saved you $38 by advising you not to buy Sex Dust? The shortage of toilet paper
There’s a tradition in our family started by Eva, my dad’s wife, to make a big pot of soup and have it ready when someone comes home
These are unprecedented times. Every person in the world has been affected by COVID-19. How we react is generally in line with our personalties. The anxious become
Now that we understand how dangerous it is to worry, readers are asking for answers on how to control it. Physician, Heal Thyself is an ancient proverb
The most beautiful love song ever written. Tons of love to all of you from Loveandmedicine.com and Dr. Annie K.
I come from a family of worriers. My mom and her twin sister were always “fretting.” Other family members are worriers. My friends are worriers too. I
Momentum is everything. Most of my readers know how much I love football. During the recent playoffs, I don’t know how many times I said/texted/tweeted the word
loveandmedicine.com has had a great year. In case you may have missed something, here are all of the posts from 2019. Read and reread! This year I’d
For now. In a matter of months I will look more like other cancer patients than like my own family. I have always been amazed by the
The human heart beats 100,000 times a day. It is highly sensitive to emotional and physical stress in the body. All of us have experienced the depths
I welcome all of you. Bear with me as I navigate this new platform. I am writing from the throes of symptomatic Covid rebound. Yes, it’s true.
I’m in bed with a nagging cold-not-Covid. My body is exhausted but my mind is full. Grab a tea, hot water with lemon, or a hot toddy
*this post and this week’s newsletter were written before the holy day of Yom Kippur, 10/5/22* Last night I dreamed that Mark Ruffalo was cuddled up against