admin May 23, 2020 No Comments

7 Tips to Boost Your Immunity Naturally against Covic-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has exerted a heavy toll worldwide – specifically on the front lines fighting the virus – health care professionals. As a result of viral exposure, as doctors, we are at greater threat of ailment and also long hours looking after patients with health problems. Boosting your immune health and wellness, by taking actions to protect yourself are absolutely necessary.
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admin March 11, 2017 No Comments

Treating sinus problems with acupuncture and Chinese medicine

Sinus problems plague many people, whether from allergies, food intolerance, or lingering infections, and can lead to headaches, facial pain and pressure, and ear blockage. Many of the patients in South Florida, report an increase in sinus problems and symptoms in the spring and summer. In Chinese medicine terms, this is not surprising, as Florida’s climate is very humid – leading to an increased tendency in our bodies to the retention of “damp”, or fluids.  It is also the time of year when allergens such as pollen are very prevalent in the air, and there are increased pollution thanks to sugarcane burning and crop spraying. Read more

admin February 19, 2017 No Comments

A healthy lifestyle can decrease fatigue and improve concentration

Fatigue is a symptom, not a disease, and it’s experienced differently by different people. For example, the fatigue you feel at the end of a long day or after a time zone change might feel similar to the resulting from an illness. The difference is that fatigue from stress or lack of sleep usually subsides after a good night’s rest, while other type is more persistent and may be debilitating even after a restful sleep.
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admin September 18, 2016 No Comments

Integrative Medicine: Human touch helps healing

Medicine Touch has also been linked to many other health benefits – from decreased pain to increased immunity, enhanced alertness and improved performance.

By DRS. KAY JUDGE AND MAXINE BARISH-WREDEN – McClatchy Newspapers

Of our five senses, touch is the only one that is essential to life. Studies on premature babies have shown a link between holding the babies and better survival rates.
Three new studies on massage reinforce the importance of touch to our lifelong health and well-being:

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