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Sweat glands heal injuries

Posted February 3, 2014

Our body’s sweat glands are a source of stem cells particularly suited to healing wounds – stem cells that form new skin cells and manage the healing process. They are not rejected by the body and can be obtained without a hospital stay.

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Ease into a workout program to prevent injuries

Posted January 12, 2014

If your New Year’s resolution was to get in shape, you should ease into your exercise program, an expert warns. Trying to get quick results could do more harm than good.

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‘Frequency-specific microcurrents’ to the rescue for pain, injury and illness

Posted January 2, 2014

Frequency-specific microcurrents (FSM) are an innovative system of treatments using micro-amperage current and frequencies on tissues to create healing and eliminate pain. There are hundreds of FSM practitioners around the world. Physicians utilizing the original electromagnetic therapy in the 1920s were threatened with license removal, causing the practice to go out of use for decades. In 1995, Dr. Carol McMaken rediscovered this safe practice and led its resurgence. Current licensed FSM healthcare providers include medical doctors, chiropractors and massage therapists. They utilize this innovative technique to expedite the body’s natural healing from illness, inflammation and injury.

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Dietary Amino Acids Improve Sleep Problems in Mice With Traumatic Brain Injury

Posted December 12, 2013

Scientists have discovered how to fix sleep disturbances in mice with traumatic brain injuries — a discovery that could lead to help for hundreds of thousands of people who have long-term and debilitating sleep and wakefulness issues after they suffer concussions.

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Acupuncture May Reduce the Use of Emergency Care and Hospitalization in Patients after Traumatic Brain Injury

Posted September 1, 2013

In a study examining the use of emergency care and hospitalization of patients in the first year after having a traumatic brain injury, treatment with acupuncture was found to be associated with reduced use of emergency care and hospitalization during the first year after injury.

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Homeopathic Medicines for Sports Injuries

Posted August 29, 2013

A growing number of professional athletes and weekend warriors are spelling relief H-O-M-E-O-P-A-T-H-Y. Although homeopathic medicines have a reputation of helping people who are suffering from chronic diseases, these natural medicines are wonderfully effective in treating common sports injuries.

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Probiotics reduce infections for patients in intensive care

Posted April 30, 2012

New research published in BioMed Central’s open access journal Critical Care shows that including probiotics with nutrients, supplied via the patient’s feeding tube, increased interferon levels, reduced the number of infections, and even reduced the amount of time patients spent in intensive care.

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