Jule Klotter, Editor at Townsend Letter, October 2018 Issue #423 published a piece entitled ‘Mitochondria and Nueropsychiatric Disorders’.
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Lyme disease is an infection borne from a distinctive tick bite . Tick bites can often go unnoticed. The longer the tick stays in place, the higher the risk of passing on infection. It can affect the skin, joints, heart and nervous system. To read a more in-depth account of lyme disease, please access here.
World Mental Health Day is observed around the world on October 10th every year. The focus this year will be on young people and mental health in a changing world. The objective is to raise awareness of mental health issues around the world and to activate efforts in support of positive mental health. This day provides an opportunity for all CAM Providers working on mental health issues to talk about their work and draw attention to the issues facing young adults. Our youth need to be taught about mental health care and ensure they grow up healthy, happy and resilient.
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As part of the new “Sharing the Vibe” series, Gloria Kimberley interviews a variety of CAM therapists and Wellness facilitators.
The series is part of an educational drive to promote CAM disciplines such as reiki, yoga, acupuncture, to name but a few.
The project wants to inform and raise awareness of the opportunities for improved health and wellness and inspire positive transformations.
The interviews can be accessed widely through Apple & Google podcasts, Android, Stitcher and Spotify, or through the website Sharing the Vibe; www.sharingthevibe.com
Dr. Denis J Pereira Gray of St Leonard’s Practice, Exeter, UK published a systematic review ‘Continuity of care with doctors—a matter of life and death? A systematic review of continuity of care and mortality’ in the journal BMJ Open.
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An interesting article was published in the Irish Times this week ‘Irish Researchers find Vitamin D link to breast cancer survival’.
Prof. Kathleen Bennet and Dr. Jamie Madden of the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland published their research study findings in the journal Breast Cancer Research and Treatment.
Homoeotherapy not only helps transform our future, it is also a wonderful balancer, especially during urgent or sensitive periods. It can be used to settle nerves, adjust to change and energise as well as promote better health through nutrition and a stronger resource of vitality. For first-day jitters, Emergency Essence offers comfort, reassurance and courage. Also a good one for parents and teachers who may experience panic or distress during the transitioning. Serdop Liq, fondly referred to as ’Teacher’s Pet’, helps balance neurotransmitters, helping mood, motivation and social anxiety. Norsan Total Fish Oil is a key component in healthy cognition functioning. Memory Liq can be a useful aid for those preparing for exam years. Sleep Ease can help encourage normal sleeping patterns, ensuring the body and organs are sufficiently rested during the night. Improper sleep is a common cause of general health issues and everyone needs the time at night to reset and prime themselves for optimal functioning. Vibracell is always a reliable supplement, providing all the vitamins, minerals and trace elements a body needs to maintain physical and mental conditioning. Used daily, this cold-pressed fruit & vegetable concentrate can combat fatigue or weariness. A three-month course is recommended during Spring and Autumn too, to support cell renewal, vitality and flexibility. Children love the taste and it’s a clever way of encouraging more water consumption too. For those with a jam-packed after-school schedule, Dynamis Essence encourages enthusiasm, drive and stamina whilst harmonising one’s vital force. Pencils, books and remedies at theready; you are armed for success.
A study was carried out by Dr. Rispler, Assistant Clinical Professor, Grand Rapids Orthopedic Residency Program, Michigan State Medical School, Grand Rapids, Michigan entitled ‘Under-reporting of Complementary and Alternative Medicine Use Among Arthritis Patients in an Orthopedic Clinic’
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