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Join a Live Twitter Chat With Health Expert Dr. Tieraona Low Dog

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Are you ready to take charge of your health?

In her new National Geographic book Healthy at Home: Get Well and Stay Well Without Prescriptions, Dr. Tieraona Low Dog guides you through the art and science of healing at home. Whether you’re learning how to keep a calm persona or make your own herbal remedies, Dr. Low Dog advises on identifying, responding to, and caring for the most common ailments.

Next Tuesday, February 18 at 12:00 p.m. ET, you can ask Dr. Low Dog your own health-related questions by participating in a live Twitter chat. Get tips on being a healthier you and join the conversation by following @NatGeoLive and tweeting your questions with the hashtag #NatGeoLive.

Start tweeting your questions and we’ll see you during the chat next Tuesday!

All material provided by Dr. Low Dog is provided for informational and/or educational purposes only, and is not intended as a substitute for the advice provided by your healthcare professional or physician.

  • Ozion Hillary

    Keep us posted

  • patrick

    are there any peer reviewed scientific studies of the safety and efficacy?

  • Julius

    I’ve been having a cup of Hyssop and Echinacea most days for the last couple of years and never had a flu since even with people falling ill around me… seems a bit extreme case of placebo effect, if it is one :o) I wonder if you have any comments.

  • Laurel

    Are there any natural remedies for regulating the thyroid? I have a sometimes under active, sometimes over active, thyroid with random times of normal functioning, making managing medication difficult.

  • Burgundy

    Do you know if it Is possible for dogs to benefit from green tea, peppermint tea, ginger tea, etc?

  • Mats

    Ah. And the disclaimer immidiately discvalifies this book… How come national geographic endorse this stuff? I thought National Geographic stood for truth and knowledge. Not woo.

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