2014-08-07 00:27:45 Furore: 2014-08-07 00:27:45 Antonio:Researchers at John Hopkins have raised hopes of a medical cure using a protein, Snapin, which may trigger increased insulin production.
Just because there is no medically, drug company accepted cure for diabetes today, does not mean it might not be available tomorrow. Of course, there is no monetary incentive to pharmaceutical companies to find a cure, which might slow this down. 2014-08-07 00:27:45 Gennaro: 2014-08-07 00:27:45 McLol:One can argue that office massage is both for relaxation and therapeutic purposes. The boundary between its pleasurable effects and its health improvement effects is hard to delineate. Its direct consequence of relaxing tensed muscles also have many incidental benefits in terms of relieving stress and improving the overall feeling of well-being. 2014-08-07 00:27:45 Marcello:A typical massage session may only take a few minutes but its effect could last the whole day. Aside from loosening tensed-up muscles, tendons and ligaments, massage can also improve blood circulation and immunity. Regular massage can significantly boost the overall well being of a person. 2014-08-07 00:27:45 RicardoBios:Western medicine primarily sees gastrointestinal (GI) issues as disease. This is very telling. We mainly use medication to treat the symptoms because we Westerners believe that these symptoms, so commonly encountered in daily life, are somehow to be expected and are an inconvenience that can be treated by medicine. 2014-08-07 00:27:45 Diablo: 2014-08-07 00:27:45 Mariobros:Incorporating relaxation and therapeutic massage programs in a work setting can be very beneficial not only for the employees but for the company itself. It is not just a matter of personal well being or company perk but also an investment in the human resource. In doing so, injuries and ailments can be prevented and work productivity will be improved. 2014-08-07 00:27:45 Antonio:
2014-08-07 00:27:45 AdinoLOC:Acupuncture is a powerful treatment for depression and anxiety. In conventional Western medicine, these two mental health conditions - which affect tens of millions of us - are typically treated by medication or therapy, or a combination of both.