Dogtopia, Modern Acupuncture Use Skillsets to Support Veterans | Franchise News

The decision to secure credentials from her local VA hospital to provide acupuncture services was an easy—and personal—one for Shannon Ackley. She and her husband, who owns a Modern Acupuncture clinic together in Glendale, Arizona, have many relatives who served in the armed forces. “For us, it’s a way—while we didn’t serve individually—it’s a way … Read more

Red Wing Chiropractic Clinic celebrates 45 years | Local News

Dr. Jay Greenberg opened Red Wing Chiropractic Clinic 45 years ago this month and is happy that his practice has remained a popular, drugless form of health care. “I was busy from the first day I opened in 1977 – actually I was busy before that,” Greenberg said. “Somehow people had heard that we were … Read more

California Wants to Make Cheap Insulin. Here’s How It Could Work

Insulin was first discovered in 1921, and the following year, a 14-year-old boy suffering from diabetes became the first person treated with it. The medical breakthrough won a Nobel Prize in 1923. The hormone was originally taken from the pancreas of cows and pigs, but in 1978 scientists figured out how to make a synthetic … Read more

Fasting Diet Could Help Folks With Type 2 Diabetes | Nation

TUESDAY, July 26, 2022 (HealthDay News) — Intermittent fasting might help people with type 2 diabetes better control their blood sugar levels, a new study has found. People with diabetes who restricted their eating to within a daily 10-hour window wound up with blood sugar levels in the normal range for about three hours longer … Read more

It’s Hurricane Season, So Get Your Storm Medical Kit Together | Health and Fitness

Cara Murez SUNDAY, July 24, 2022 (HealthDay News) — Living in a region where tropical storms, hurricanes or other weather emergencies are likely means being ready for a quick evacuation. “Part of preparedness is having a plan,” said Dr. James McDeavitt, executive vice president and dean of clinical affairs at Baylor College of Medicine in … Read more

The Evolution of Acupuncture: From Ancient China to Worldwide Recognition

It is commonly believed that acupuncture played a key role in China’s medical history and is often seen as an integral part of China’s traditional health care, at least in the west. However, was this actually the case? The real story is much more complex than this, and in fact, the use of the practice … Read more

Cebulskie Acupuncture merges ancient medicine with modern technology | Local

DuBOIS — Bill Cebulskie grew up in a family where his parents believed that “the body was made to take care of its own problems. Sometimes there’s an allergy or a glitch in the body’s healing mechanism and it just needs help to get back on track to function normally again.” That sums up what … Read more

Day of Hope in Orangeburg about community well-being |

The Palmetto Palace nonprofit group and Orangeburg state Rep. Gilda Cobb-Hunter are teaming up to sponsor Orangeburg’s second annual Day of Hope community health and wellness fair from 10 am to 5 pm July 16 at the Orangeburg County Fairgrounds, 350 Magnolia St., Orangeburg. Cobb-Hunter said she was pleased at how the free event turned … Read more

Diabetes: The Exercise Prescription | Health

Every time Natalie Wayne climbs a mountain or goes speed skating, sugar pills are part of her equipment. Wright, who lives in Wakefield, Rhode Island, is a certified diabetes educator, an exercise physiologist, and a self-proclaimed “exercise nut” who happens to have type 1 diabetes. In addition to climbing and skating, she likes to work … Read more

Diabetes is common disease in South Carolina | Lifestyles

ARIANNA DOUGLAS, JANA FARMER, EMILY ORFINGER, CARRA LYONS and MEREDITH DAMMERS Diabetes is a common disease in South Carolina. There were over 32.4 million people diagnosed with diabetes in the United States in 2022. There are two kinds of diabetes: Type 1 and Type 2. Type 1 is permanent because the body cannot make insulin, … Read more