Medical Imaging To Help Find the Unknown In Neurological Disorders

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Medical Imaging Researchers are finding through medical imaging that the body’s cells work essentially the same way as those rescuers, taking a short cut from the skull to the brain in what they are calling a “secret tunnel” inside the head to fight off infections and brain disorders, according to the These cells – known as immune cells – move through the skull’s bone mar...

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Chronic Kidney Disease In Traditional Chinese Medicine, there are hardly more important organs in the body than the kidney, the healthy essence of life itself. The kidneys are a pair of bean shaped organs on either side of your spine, below your ribs. As the National Kidney Foundation  says, they are like washing machines for blood in the body.  They are each the size of a fist....

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A major engine that drives our red blood cells is having an adequate amount of iron yet many people throughout the world do not have enough. The major symptoms caused by iron deficiency in the blood cause a host of problems, ranging from irritability, fatigue, and muscle weakness, and lowered immunity to poor concentration. That is certainly a mouthful of issues, and points to the importance...

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caulis-spatholobi-an-herb-of-many-purposes-from-blood-flow-to-immune-systems

One of the great things about traditional Chinese herbal remedies is that they have functions that help relieve multiple illnesses, unlike many medications, which are directed for singular treatments. For instance, there may be medication for a stomach- ache, another for neck pain, and yet another drug for an earache. Caulis Spatholobi (Ji Xue Teng), also known by names as Spatholobus Root and...

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The root Radix Angelicae Sinensis is widely known as the “female ginseng” for its reported effect on women’s irregular menstrual disorders, but it is also used for both men and women for a variety of issues, such as its regulation of blood flow and anti-inflammatory impacts. The herb, which is variously sweet, pungent and bitter, is the dry root of the perennial herbaceous plant Angelica...

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