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Yoga Breathing – Sudarshan Kriya – National Institutes of Health Research

Abstract Breathing techniques are regularly recommended for relaxation, stress management, control of psychophysiological states, and to improve organ function. Yogic breathing, defined as a manipulation of breath movement, has been shown to positively affect immune function, autonomic nervous system imbalances, and psychological or stress-related disorders. The aim of this study was to assess and provide a comprehensive review of the ...

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Research Initiative – Guy Clark ND

As an Adviser for the development of under-served populations, my stabilization efforts have ranged to develop food security from the local, household setting to the national level for international assistance and economic growth in the field-to-table or market continuum’s.  The professional roles I have assumed are as a Medical Adviser, Veterinary Health Researcher, Preventive Medical Advisor, Medical Assistance Programmer, clinician ...

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Human Diseases Passed to Animals is more Common – Animal Diseases Passed to Humans is Accelerating

I recently had a few suggestions to write a “Zoonotic Infections” column addressing diseases of humans that are transmissible to animals. When I subsequently discussed the appropriate terminology for such diseases with a peer veterinary epidemiologist, he said, “Reverse zoonosis is fine by me but only because the medics insist that allzoonoses go from animals to man. Indeed, WHO defines ...

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Study – The Best Method(s)

As time has progressed throughout history, students from different ages and backgrounds seem to have the belief that cramming and pulling all nighters are beneficial to our output on exams.  However, despite said belief, taking study breaks throughout periods of studying are extremely beneficial for an individual’s grades. Scientists have found more about the nature of our brain’s attention spans ...

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Why Write to Remember, Not Type

Note-taking using pen and paper has quickly become obsolete, at least in college classrooms. In the digital age, using laptops, or “notebooks,” to transcribe lectures has become common practice, but can typing electronic, copious notes be harmful to academic performance? According to a recent study in a forthcoming issue of the journal Psychological Science, using pen and paper, not laptops, ...

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How to treat bacterial infection naturally without antibiotics

When the patients get diagnosed with bacterial infection, the allopathic, or regular biomedicine MDs practice, treat it with antibiotics. Although antibiotics are the common treatment of bacterial infection there are several strong home remedies and natural solutions on how to defeat mild to moderate harmful bugs without antibiotics.  Antibiotics are however invaluable when treating very progressed infections, sepsis (infections of ...

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Traditional and Modern Uses of Natural Honey in Human Diseases: A Review

Iranian Journal of Basic Medical Sciences Abstract Honey is a by-product of flower nectar and the upper aero-digestive tract of the honey bee, which is concentrated through a dehydration process inside the bee hive. Honey has a very complex chemical composition that varies depending on the botanical source. It has been used both as food and medicine since ancient times. ...

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Integrated Medicine & Naturopathy – Functional

Functional Medicine: The approach to medical practice or treatments that focus on optimal functioning of the body and its organs, usually involving systems of holistic or alternative medicine. A majority of Functional Medicine deals with sub-clinical imbalances or more subtle disease states while investigating a patient’s “Chief Complaint”.  As it is more acknowledged that a patient must be assessed holistically ...

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Peek: Developing Countries and Factory Animal Farming

Large-scale, industrial animal agriculture is a very profitable use of an under-developed nations’ lands. Nonetheless, few in the underdeveloped populace tend to share in agricultural commodity markets; historically, there are either subsistence farmers or large-scale corporations who often trade in international markets with little local benefit. Modern meat-growing methods increase natural resource use as well as cause environmental pollution.  The ...

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Factory Farms – Disease Affects to Humans & Environment

Increased Human Health Risks Humans have traditionally, and unsatisfactorily, been sentinels of low-grade infections in zoonotic livestock DZs; preventive measures, such as sampling and control strategies, may be curbed during intense agriculture (Agr) resulting in larger, sudden, human DZ outbreaks which shall also taint surrounding localities. Newly urbanized zones, forced migrations & refugee camps, where populations are in turmoil, intensify ...

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