Monthly Archives: May 2012

The Stress Factor: The Link between Stress and Disease

Have you ever felt achy and sick when you are stressed out? It turns out, many people do. The National Institute for Health (NIH) in cooperation with the National Center for Complimentary and Alternative Medicine has released a study presenting their findings about the connection between chronic stress and incidences...
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Alternative Medicine Helps Reduce Symptoms of Menopause

New medical research by the National Institutes of Health, known as the NIH, points to the effectiveness of alternative medical care on the symptoms of menopause. The transitional stage of menopause usually hits women in their early fifties and can manifest in a variety of ways. For age-related menopause, symptoms...
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Got a Pain? Try this

Most people today experience a certain degree of pain. Whether caused by injury, stress, or environmental stimuli, pain is a sensation that originates in the nervous system. It may also have different feelings, such as sharp or dull sensations. Pain can also either be localized or spread out. Pain can...
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Therapeutic Massage and Fibromyalgia

The dawn of a new decade has seen a variety of new diseases. Sometimes these new maladies can encompass nondescript symptoms and be nearly impossible to diagnose, much less cure. Fibromyalgia is one of these diseases. In fact, after osteoarthritis fibromyalgia is the most common musculoskeletal condition and it is...
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