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    Points in the TRIANGULAR FOSSA

  • safety alert 

    As reported on Sat Apr 2 in Reuters, Antidepressants use is linked with an increase risk of heart disease. Middle-age men who use antidepressants are more likely to have a narrowing of blood vessels, increasing the risk of heart attacks and strokes, than those who do not use the medications, according to a study of more than 500 male twins with a mean age of 55. Depression itself not seen associated with thickening. For a herbal tincture to alleviate depression try Carahealth Nervous System

  • turmeric

    Scientists have created a new molecule from curcumin, the key chemical component of the spice turmeric. The new compound CNB-001 does not attack clots, but instead repairs stroke damage at the molecular level that feed and support the all-important brain cells, neurons. For a herbal tinctures that reduces cholesterol and lowers blood pressure to reduce the risk of stroke please see Carahealth Blood Pressure & Heart Tonic

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    The National Acupuncture Detoxification Association NADA auricular acupuncture protocol is used around the world to help people deal with and recover from substance abuse.

  • Statins

    Healthy people may derive no benefit from taking cholesterol-lowering statins, according to a review of previous studies.

  • shen spirit

    Shen can be translated as "Spirit" or "Mind" & implies our consciousness, mental functions, mental health, vitality, & our "presence".

  • 5 element theory heart

    In TCM summer corresponds to the heart. According to Chinese medicine, now is the time to focus on the heart & incorporate foods & lifestyle advice that will tonify heart.

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    The tongue has many relationships & connections in the body, both to the meridians & the internal organs. It is therefore very useful and important during inspection for confirming TCM diagnosis.

  • voltaren

    The latest diclofenac (Voltaren) study, led by David Henry of the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences in Toronto, found diclofenac raises your risk of a heart attack or stroke by about 40 percent, compared to taking no NSAID.