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Feel Grand a 13-part series hosted by Jane Seymour debut was in October 2014 of which 13 episodes have aired on your National Public Broadcast TV station. I’ve included the final episode below for your viewing below. See NCM Blog posted below for the previous episodes topics.
Ancient Remedies is the 13th and final episode to the FEEL GRAND series on Detroit Public TV (DPTV). 
The episodes have expiration dates; however, if you missed the wealth of information targeted for people 50+; you may wish to purchase the 2 set DVDs for yourself or as a Gift for your special 50+ friend or relative.
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East meet West.  What we call alternative medicine was consider primary medicine and practices when Dr. Quinn was practicing in the late 1800s and thousands of years ago B.C. in Egypt and China.  See how two doctors with different approaches to training in this final episode of Feel Grand have integrated Eastern and Western methods into treatments that work.  
Herbal medicine was mastered thousands of years ago
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Ancient Remedies – aired Jan. 12th – Part 13 (video expires Feb. 12th 2015) 
Dr. Roberta Lee and Dr. Gabrielle Francis take a look at alternative medicine, discuss what “integrative medicine” is all about, and highlight different approaches you can take to keeping your body healthy. 
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The conversation is started with Gail Parker, Ph.D and Anne Boyd. M.D. whose medical training didn’t include Eastern practices or medicines as part of their medical courses; but, today are strong advocates of alternative practices.
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Dr. Roberta Lee (on screen), Dr. Gabrielle Francis and 
Jane Seymour take a look at alternative medicine, discuss what “integrative medicine” is all about, and highlight different approaches you can take to keeping your body healthy
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​Jane Seymour (red blouse) with some of the cast

in the movie “High Strung”
Release date Summer 2015
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“I just did a film [High Strung] in which I had to be a dancer and I was able to do all kinds of extraordinary things. A lot of people turn 50 and talk about what they’re not going to do anymore. I embarked on something that I’d wanted to do when I was 5.”   ~Jane Seymour

For those of us who don’t exercise; put on some of your favorite music and just dance.  There is no need to go to a gym.

Jane Seymour plays dance teacher Oksana  

High Strung
Release date Summer 2015
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Jane Seymour as Dr. Michaela “Mike” Quinn 
Dr.Quinn, Medicine Woman
TV series 1993-1998​ & movies 1999 & 2001
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“Dr. Quinn’ came along when I turned 40, so my career actually peaked then.” 

 ~Jane Seymour

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Dr, Mike

Artist Jane Seymour​
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Oceans, ponds or a waterfall within a city’s green space have powerful stress reduction and meditative benefits. 
 
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Woman in a Red Dress (Jane Seymour)

Artist Jane Seymour
 
Water is critical to sustaining life.  Drinking water has many health benefits.  The Ancient Remedies video above addresses the benefits.
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​Water Running Dry

Artist Jane Seymour
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Jane Seymour 
Ms.Seymour has acted in 100+ movies and TV shows winning an Emmy and a couple Golden Globe awards.  She has earned a star on Hollywood Walk of Fame and the honor of Officer of the Order of the British Empire was bequeath by Queen Elizabeth II.  
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Jane is the co-founder of Open Hearts Foundation,  She has written more than 10 books, designs a line of jewelry and has a collaboration with Aico and Jane Seymour Designs for the interior design of homes.
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Seymour is a celebrity ambassador for Childhelp, a national non-profit organisation dedicated to helping victims of child abuse and neglect. In 2007, she sponsored a children’s Art Pillow contest as part of the Jane Seymour Collection, with the proceeds going to Childhelp.
Jane is is an accomplished artist and displays her fine art collection 14 times a year in exhibitions worldwide.  She is the mother of six children which include twins and  two step-children and has four grandchildren.
FEEL GRAND posts since Oct. 6, 2014
See below NCM Blog posts for Feel Grand’s information on the first 12 episodes. Earlier videos may have expired; however, you can view some photos of Jane Seymour including ones as Elise McKenna with co-star Christopher Reeve in the 1980 romantic fantasySomewhere in Time. You’ll see photos of some of the roles she has starred in over the years, take wisdom from her quotes and view her interior designs and amazing art work.
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Click on the desired Health topic
for more in-depth information
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Click on the Orange bar for the 
desired M.D. and more information on 
their specialty
To purchase the DVDs for this public
educational series

NCM Blog

Jan. 19, 2015
video expires 2/5/15
Jan. 6. 2015
Supplemental Resources to Jan. 4th post on the number one health concern
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Jan. 4, 2015
video expires 1/29/15
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Dec. 27, 2014 
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There is value in the past!
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Camille

 

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