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Here, you will find interesting articles for different medical topics.

Stress on the Job: Increasing Operational Targets ...

Psychosocial stress in the work environment is not new and many companies are finding innovative ways to respond. They offer flexible work hours, new control systems with more individual ...

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Valerian: Key to Inner Tranquility

Valerian (Valeriana officinalis L.) has long been known for its medicinal qualities. It was already considered a remedy back in the time of Ancient Greece. In the Middle Ages, this herb ...

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Stress-Related Sleep Disorders: Identify Brainwaves ...

For many people that have difficulty falling or staying asleep, stress and worries are a frequent cause of this disorder. Stress at work, in personal relationships, and even stress during ...

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The Rise, Fall and Resurrection of Homeopathy in the ...

Judith Boice ND, LAc, FABNO – Homeopathy took the United States by storm when Hans Gram, a Dutch immigrant, introduced homeopathic medicine in 1825. Why was this new medical system so ...

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Foundations of Homeopathy

Samuel Hahnemann, MD (1755 – 1843) is credited with the development of homeopathy (Greek homoion + pathos, meaning “[the cure] is like the disease”), yet this medical system draws on much ...

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Celebrating a Century of Contributions to Homeopathy ...

This year, the town of Bad Sobernheim—in which Emanuel Felke’s eponymous work has been immortalized through statues, a school bearing his name, a museum and several exquisite spa ...

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Nature Cure: Food, Exercise and Mind

This month concludes the three part series on Nature Cure, exploring the contributions of food, exercise (“Physical Culture”) and mental well-being (“Mental Culture”) in both building and ...

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