Tai Chi Improves Muscle Strength And Cardiovascular Health

Experienced practitioners of tai chi, the traditional Chinese mind-body exercise, have improved expansion and contraction of arteries (arterial compliance) and improved knee strength, according to a recent study. … Read More

Mindfulness Exercises Reduce Stress And Fatigue

Mindfulness exercises, which focus on experiencing the present moment, can help curb the stress and fatigue associated with painful rheumatoid joint disease, according to a study published in the Annals of Rheumatic Diseases. … Read More

Holistic Tips To Quit Smoking

Countless people make the New Year’s resolution to quit smoking. While quitting smoking is extremely difficult—six out of ten smokers require multiple quit attempts to stop smoking—preparing a quit-smoking plan can greatly improve a person’s chance for success. Including acupuncture in your quit-smoking plan can aid in managing withdrawal symptoms such as nicotine cravings, irritability and increased appetite. … Read More

Top Ten Foods For Heart Health

Tasly pharmaceutical corporation has published its top ten list of healthy foods for heart health.  Tasly is recognized for producing the first FDA phase-two approved Chinese herbal medicine for the treatment of heart disease, presently in its phase-three trial. The top ten foods include: … Read More

Smokers Benefit From Acupuncture And Other Treatments

Most American adults who smoke wish they could quit, and more than half have tried within the past year, according to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report. For those who have attempted to quit smoking previously without success, and who are motivated to kick the habit, acupuncture can be an effective therapy for smoking cessation. … Read More

Planning Your New Year’s Weight Loss Resolution

Breaking down your New Year’s weight loss resolution into small, manageable tasks you can work on every day is the best road to success. … Read More

Tai Chi For Psychological Well-Being

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Red Meat Increases Risk Of Diabetes

According to a new Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) study the regular consumption of processed red meat increases risk of diabetes in adults. The study also shows that replacing red meat with healthier proteins, such as low-fat dairy, nuts or whole grains, can significantly lower the risk. … Read More

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