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Huahai Vitiligo Hospital opens up as the China’s first standard autoepidermal graftion hospital, mixing modern medicine with traditional Chinese medicine. (PRWEB)
2-Day Continuing Education Workshop on Clinical Aromatherapy.in Sarasota, Florida, September 25-27.
DailyGossip.org publishes a complex review to the "Stop Sciatica in 8 Minutes," the new method to overcome sciatica symptoms naturally. Denver, CO
New meta-analysis shows benefits of ancient Chinese method on today's menopausal hot flashes.
Huahai Vitiligo Hospital successfully published twelve new texts in 2014 to detail major breakthroughs in the treatment of vitiligo.
An essential health benefit, acupuncture is recommended as a frontline therapy by the U.S. National Institute of Health, the British Medical Association, and the World Health Organization.
On June 24, the FDA announced that 7,379 bottles (lot 3121005) of Red Yeast Rice dietary supplement, by Doctor's Best, are recalled because they were found to contain undeclared Lovastatin.
Bio-Logic Aqua Research Founder Sharon Kleyne Interviews Alternative Medicine Practitioner and Presidential Appointee Effie Chow, PhD, on Fresh Water and Dehydration Grants
The hospital employs an effective treatment strategy rooted in thousands of years of Chinese medical wisdom and works with prominent medical institutes around the world to bring about a cure for
In their new book, "Sacred Ground: Path to Recovery," authors Christina Kook and Grand Master Greg Yau demonstrate what happens when mind, body and spirit come together. Santa
Cinnabar (German Zinnober), sometimes written cinnabarite, is a name applied to red mercury(II) sulfide (HgS), or native vermilion, the common ore of mercury. The name comes from the Greek, used by Theophrastus, and was probably applied to several distinct substances. Other sources say the word comes from the Persian zinjifrah, originally meaning "lost". Cinnabar was mined by the Roman Empire for its mercury content and it has been the main ore of mercury throughout the centuries. Some...
- A person or thing gazed at with wonder or curiosity, especially of a scornful kind.