Wellness Blog

  • What to Know if You Have an Endocrine Disease During the Coronavirus Pandemic
    Advice for those with conditions like diabetes and thyroid dysfunction during the COVID-19 outbreak.


    Updated in April 2020
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  • Right now we're constantly being updated – some would say barraged – with dire news about the ever-evolving coronavirus pandemic. There's so much uncertainty. Most of us have experienced a complete disruption to our daily routines. We're sheltered at home and possibly dealing with the loss of a loved one or a job. It's a lot to take in, so it's not surprising that many people are feeling anxious and stressed.


    Updated in April 2020
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  • Take a relaxing break from your regularly scheduled life – and help your body and mind at the same time. The idea of sitting in a saltt cave to reap health benefits may sound primitive, but it’s becoming an increasingly popular activity in spa-like settings around the U.S.


    Updated in April 2020
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  • Surveys on therapeutic effects of “halotherapy chamber with artificial salt-mine environment” on patients with certain chronic allergenic respiratory pathologies and infectious-inflammatory pathologies


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  • Research examining psychological and physiological benefits of Qigong and Tai Chi is growing rapidly. The many practices described as Qigong or Tai Chi have similar theoretical roots, proposed mechanisms of action and expected benefits. Research trials and reviews, however, treat them as separate targets of examination. 


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  • This evidence map describes the volume and focus of Tai Chi research reporting health outcomes. Originally developed as a martial art, Tai Chi is typically taught as a series of slow, low-impact movements that integrate the breath, mind, and physical activity to achieve greater awareness and a sense of well-being.


    Updated in April 2020
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  • This gentle form of exercise can help maintain strength, flexibility, and balance, and could be the perfect activity for the rest of your life.


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  • In the search for effective ways to experience positive outcomes in the all-important life aspects such as overall health, well-being and mortality, one of the sleeper strategies to consider involves adopting an ancient Chinese practice called tai chi. Here are some of the benefits of tai chi documented by research.


    Updated in March 2020
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  • Virtual Consultations Available to Maintain Your Health with Traditional Chinese Medicine


    Updated in March 2020
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  • On Thursday March 19, the Governor ordered all "non-essential health care professionals" to be shut down until at least April 30th, effective immediately..


    Updated in March 2020
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