Rothfeld Center Blog

December 21, 2017

The holidays are here and that means cold and flu season is too. And there are ample opportunities to catch and share germs at work, school, and holiday gatherings.

As I am sure you’ve noticed, there are some brutal viruses going around right now.

Despite precautions, sometimes it seems unavoidable that you’ll catch what’s going around. Perhaps you work with children or you have kids or grandkids who like to use you as their personal tissue. Maybe you are immuno-compromised at the moment, or j...

February 14, 2017

Sure, Valentine’s Day is a Hallmark holiday, and if you’re are not coupled up, it may be a holiday you’d rather forget about. But perhaps V-day deserves some love after all—It can be the perfect excuse to focus on what’s important and, if you adopt some new traditions, it can be great for your health as well!

Here are some ideas for how to celebrate this year!

  1. Pamper yourself!

Whether you’re in a relationship or not, loving yourself ought to be your top priority. Without self-love, your...

February 6, 2017

This is something we've written about before but that comes up again and again:  the best strategies for weight loss.

For anyone who received our July newsletter, this will be a refresher course for you, so feel free to skip ahead to the last section; but for those who did not-- good news! There are many ways that you can get over the holiday hump, keep your New Years resolutions, and start to lose weight, and many ways that we can help you. 

Unfortunately, the outlook...

October 14, 2016

‘Tis the season when your kids come home from school sounding mucous-y and everyone at work is a little more generous with their germs. But getting sick this time of year is not inevitable. Stay healthy all year long with these strategies.

  1. Flu Pellets!

The 2016 flu pellets are in! Influenzinum 9c is a homeopathic flu remedy that is updated yearly based on the flu strains predicted by the World Health Organization (WHO).  The tiny pellets dissolve easily in your mouth and contain the sam...

November 23, 2015


For those of us with food allergies and intolerances (or who are just trying to make healthier food choices), the holidays can be tough.


As if the temptation of fresh baked bread or desserts weren’t enough, often family members or friends may not be as understanding of you declining to taste what they’ve made as you’d hoped they’d be. One great strategy for dealing with Thanksgiving Day is to bring a few dishes that you know are safe, so you can indulge, guilt-free, without getting sick.  



November 17, 2015


As the winter months approach, the days get colder, the sun sets earlier, and many of us in New England become increasingly sad and anxious.  Though this seasonal downturn in mood is incredibly common and may seem inevitable, it can be improved or avoided in several ways.


1. Stay active – The mood boosting effects of exercise are well documented, and several studies have found that winter depression improves in response to it. In one such study of 135 men and women, both weight training and...

November 10, 2015


The average person may feel a little apprehensive, skeptical, or squeamish when first hearing about IV nutrient infusions, but there are so many reasons to love them.


At the Rothfeld Center, these treatments take place in a bright room full of comfy armchairs; it is a relaxing oasis of cellular rejuvenation, where patients receive infusions with names like “Myer’s Cocktail” and glutathione. By directly administering nutrients to the blood stream and bypassing the digestive system, higher th...

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