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Multiple Myeloma (MM, Kahler's Disease, or Plasma Cell Myeloma) is a cancer of the white blood cells.  With this condition a persons body produces too many abnormal cells in the bone marrow which effectively causes the blood to thicken and tumors may form in the bone.  It is a somewhat uncommon can…

Rates of vascular dementia double in the US every 5.3 years, Alzheimer's rates double every 4.3 and they can co-exist later in life ( 1 ). While Alzheimer's and vascular dementia are different conditions they share many of the same contributing factors. The primary factors appear to be poor diet as…

According to the World Health Organization the global rates of diabetes have risen in the last 30 years by approximately 300 million cases.  Currently there are over 400 million cases of type II diabetes globally.  People who are clinically obese, a strong contributing factor to type II diabetes, …

There are literally volumes of studies regarding Tai Chi and the health benefits it offers.  So many, in fact, that it is somewhat tiring (but inspiring!) reading through them continually.  I've written previously on some of the basic health benefits of tai chi, and many other articles on health b…

There are many acupuncture techniques and herbal formulas within Chinese Medicine that are used in the complementary care of cancer. The upside and the downside of western chemotherapy treatment is the strength of it. Many patients have issues after their chemo treatment (fatigue, neuropathy, diges…

Tai Chi has been shown in volumes of studies to be helpful for a broad range of conditions. Studies have shown that Tai Chi contributes to very positive changes in the bodies balance, bone density, immunity and stress responses among others. Researchers from Chungnam National University in South …

Tai Chi is shown repeatedly in clinical studies and in real world examples to produce a broad array of health benefits in participants.  Researchers from the University of Missouri recently conducted a small pilot study evaluating these benefits in women who had recently had treatment for cancer. F…

Type II diabetes is a lifestyle oriented condition which, in many cases, is tied directly to obesity, poor dietary choices, and lack of exercise. While there are pharmaceutical treatments available, they do not offset many of the complications of diabetes nor do they foster proper lifestyle chang…

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