Diet Tips for Hypertensive Patients in Spring Taking the first bite of spring vegetables at your dinner table is a welcome change from winter’s hearty abundance. Besides the bright pink radishes or tender asparagus spears that...
USAConfirmed: 7,406,729Active: 2,546,411Recovered: 4,649,521Death: 210,797
RussiaConfirmed: 1,167,805Active: 194,861Recovered: 952,399Death: 20,545
SpainConfirmed: 758,172Active: 726,558Recovered: ?Death: 31,614
MexicoConfirmed: 738,163Active: 130,055Recovered: 530,945Death: 77,163
FranceConfirmed: 550,690Active: 422,470Recovered: 96,327Death: 31,893
ChileConfirmed: 461,300Active: 13,781Recovered: 434,794Death: 12,725
ItalyConfirmed: 313,011Active: 50,630Recovered: 226,506Death: 35,875
GermanyConfirmed: 290,466Active: 26,710Recovered: 254,200Death: 9,556
AustraliaConfirmed: 27,078Active: 1,438Recovered: 24,754Death: 886
New ZealandConfirmed: 1,836Active: 44Recovered: 1,767Death: 25
Hypertension is an important contributor to cardiovascular disease. This article describes the various ways that hypertension can affect the body, and offers an attractive, proven herbal alternative to customary Western medications. That alternatve is called Panax notoginseng....
A Book of “Tradition, Current, Modernized, and Future of Traditional Chinese Medicine” That provides some analyses about the similarities and differences between the theoretical systems of Chinese and Western Medicines with some typical cases of clinical...
Acupuncture Therapy Acupuncture is one of the oldest, most accepted and recognized valid medical therapy worldwide and it is more in demand now. Since 1997, The National Institute of Health (NIH acupuncture) has approved acupuncture as an...
Aspirin is the most commonly used medicine in the world. In most cases, aspirin is taken as a pain killer. However, not many are aware that aspirin has another beneficial function, particularly taking the daily low...
It’s the holiday season! That means celebrations with family, friends and co-workers. It also means time for holiday foods which may not be healthy holiday foods. Now, while that plate of cookies, cakes and sweets may...
Medicine continues to evolve. Yet, any “newness” to holistic medicine shows just how far off-track medicine went with the advent of science and technology. The trend back to a holistic approach to medicine reflects an understanding...
The history of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) began long before the origin of the philosophy of yin-yang. Two early texts, The Yellow Emperor’s Medicine Classic and Classic Herbal Medicine, appeared as early as 2,500 BCE. The Yin-Yang theory didn’t...
We know exercise is good for the body. It turns out, it is also really good for the brain, especially the memory. Research shows it’s not just older people who experience the benefits; exercise benefits memory in...
When you see the word “natural” labeled on a product, what is your interpretation of what makes that product natural? Merriam Webster defines the adjective of natural as, “existing in nature and not made or caused...
A Heart attack occurs when the oxygen from your blood is blocked to a section of your heart muscle and there isn’t enough blood flow. The longer lapse in time to restore blood flow, the greater...
Start summer early with a few minutes enjoying the midday sunshine to make a bounty of vitamin D. Fleeting, wild and desperately blazing, summer sun is really the most efficient way of the season to boost...
Uncaria rhynchophylla (Latin name: Uncariae Ramulus cum Uncis; Chinese name: ?? Gou Teng) is a traditional Chinese herb, the use of which can be traced back more than a thousand years. A more comprehensive description of the plant...
Overview Spatholobus (Latin name: Spatholobi Caulis; Chinese Name: ???; Ji Xue Teng) is the dried vine (stem) of Spatholobus suberectus Dunn (Leguminosae). The plant grows mainly in Guangxi, Fujian, Guangdong and Yunnan provinces in China. The veins are collected in autumn...