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Chinese Medicine Slows Progression of Diabetes

Chinese Medicine Slows Progression of Diabetes

Traditional Chinese herbal medicines show promise for stalling the progression of prediabetes to an official diagnosis of diabetes, according to a recent study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. Prediabetes is a condition involving the elevation of blood sugar lev... Read More


4 Natural Ways to Look and Feel Younger

4 Natural Ways to Look and Feel Younger

As you get older in years, you don’t have to decline in body and mind. So ditch the drugs, lose the hormone replacement therapy, forget about surgery, and instead follow these tips from the Chinese medical tradition that help to provide energy, slow down aging and promote the body’... Read More


Caloric Restriction May Not Be Answer to Longer Life

Caloric Restriction May Not Be Answer to Longer Life

Numerous studies on flies, mice, and recently monkeys have suggested that limiting one's diet may be the key to a longer life. But a new study by US researchers suggests that fasting may impair the ability to cope with infection. Read More


Reducing Salt a Little Can Increase Health a Lot

Reducing Salt a Little Can Increase Health a Lot

If Americans cut their overly heavy salt consumption by as little as 1 gram (400 milligrams of sodium) a day, the result would be 200,000 lives saved from heart disease and stroke over the course of a decade, according to a recent study. And if Americans went so far as to cut their salt intake... Read More


14-Point Checklist for a Healthy Heart

14-Point Checklist for a Healthy Heart

Since heart disease is the leading killer of Americans today, affecting some one in four people in the United States, a huge amount of suffering, heartache and medical resources could be saved if citizens undertook some simple lifestyle changes aimed at lowering their risk of cardiovascular d... Read More


Ginseng Combination Helps Bowel Movements

Ginseng Combination Helps Bowel Movements

Ginseng, with two other ingredients that together form a traditional Japanese herbal medicine, promotes gastrointestinal health and regular bowel movements, a recent study showed.     The findings, published in the journal Neurogastroenterology and Motility , revealed that Da... Read More


Expert Commentary: Dr. Micozzi, M.D. - June 8, 2009

Expert Commentary: Dr. Micozzi, M.D. - June 8, 2009

What makes the story on the 14-point checklist for a healthy heart interesting is that it quotes Ara DerMarderosian, a professor of pharmacognosy at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. What is Pharmacognosy?  The American Society of Pharmacognosy defines pharmacognosy as "the... Read More


Expert Commentary: Dr. Micozzi, M.D. - May 26, 2009

Expert Commentary: Dr. Micozzi, M.D. - May 26, 2009

We are all beginning to realize that too much salt may be bad for our health. Yet, our bodies need some sodium (better known as salt) to function properly. The body uses sodium, to maintain the right balance of fluids in our bodies. We also need sodium to transmit nerve impulses. In additio... Read More


Yet More Natural Cures for Workaday Woes

Yet More Natural Cures for Workaday Woes

Like Narcissus in the Roman legend, modern Western humanity, critics say, has become so infatuated with our own technological and pharmaceutical prowess that we've lost sight of the host of simple and natural things that could handle many of today's problems effectively. Lest we become like N... Read More


More Natural Cures for Workaday Woes

More Natural Cures for Workaday Woes

Modern medicine is coming to agree that the new ways are not always necessarily the best ways. It's reaching the conclusion that the latest pharmaceuticals are not always necessarily the only way to assault an ailment, that homespun remedies can often be the most helpful and least expensive a... Read More



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