Tune In to D.C. Area Radio Show for Tips to Survive the Great Outdoors
More than 41,200 people across the nation were injured in 2012 while working in their gardens, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. Back and knee injuries were common complaints, along with sunburn, blisters, bug bites and allergies. So if you’re a gardening enthusiast in the Washington, D.C. area, or if you simply enjoy being outside, tune in to “Essentials of Healthy Living” on Federal News Radio (1500 AM) this Sunday to hear Boiron pharmacist Christophe Merville’s interview with host and licensed nutritionist Dana Laake. Christophe and Dana will discuss how to relieve these complaints with homeopathic medicines like Arnica montana and Calendula officinalis, as well as simple tips to help make your time spent outdoors more enjoyable.
“Essentials of Healthy Living” airs every Sunday from 10-11 a.m. on 1500 AM, Federal News Radio (WFED). Not from the D.C. area? Listen to EHL live on the web. Missed the interview? Check EHL’s archives to listen to the show. EHL is brought to you by Village Green Apothecary in Bethesda, Maryland. An integrative pharmacy, Village Green offers vitamins, nutritional supplements, kosher vitamins and healthy living products at discount prices, as well as prescription drugs and custom compounding. The store’s 45 specialists (pharmacists, nutritionists and herbalists) work with its customers to create personalized health plans. Visit Village Green Apothecary at www.myvillagegreen.com.