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Lyme Disease Treatment Costs up to $1.3 bln A Year

Lyme_副本Lyme disease, transmitted by a bite from a tick infected by the Borrelia burgdorferi bacteria, had long been considered easy to treat, usually requiring a single doctor’s visit and a few weeks of antibiotics for most people.

But new research from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health revealed Continue reading

 

Integrative Medicine Relieves Pain, Anxiety: Study

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Pain is a common symptom of cancer and side effect of cancer treatment, and treating cancer-related pain is often a challenge for health care providers.

The Penny George Institute for Health and Healing researchers found that integrative medicine therapies can substantially

 

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Reversing Chronic Illness with Functional Medicine

By Dr. Jeffrey Bland

 

Over the past 35 years that I have worked in the health field, one of the questions I most often hear is: “If you only had one therapy for improving health what would it be?”

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Vitamin D Fights Pain and Depression

Type 2 diabetes is associated with depression and pain, but few studies have looked at how pain may affect the treatment of depression in patients with type 2 diabetes.

 

Now a new study from Loyola University in Chicago has discovered Continue reading

 

Keep Muscle and Recover Faster with Amino Acids

Hans Dreyer, PhD


Are you looking to keep your muscles in shape?

 

Sports nutrition scientists are looking into how the building blocks of protein, amino acids, can help build and maintain muscle, for both sports and also to fight muscle loss as we get older.

 

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Integrative Medicine Provides Pain Relief

An integrative approach to treating chronic pain significantly reduces pain, according to a new study led by Dr. Donald Abrams of the University of California.

 

The study found a reduction in pain severity of more than 20 percent and a drop in pain interference of nearly 30 percent Continue reading