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Engage, Harmonize and Adapt: How to Thrive with Bugs

Engage, Harmonize and Adapt: How to Thrive with BugsBy Dr. Daoshing Ni

We are all heartily tired of thinking and worrying about COVID-19. In fact, many nations worldwide have pivoted their focus from containing the virus to learning how to live with it. Even though the virus has killed more than 5.5 million people worldwide, it is worth reminding ourselves that 50-100 million people died in the 1918 Spanish Flu epidemic, and another 200 million lost their lives to smallpox in the last century alone. More...

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Autumn Allergy Relief

Autumn Allergy ReliefBy Albert Vaca, L.Ac.

Fall/Autumn brings the start of weed pollen season in many areas. Weeds that produce and spread problematic pollen include California sagebrush, pigweed, elm, and Russian thistle.

Warm, dry, and windy weather disperse any pollen released into the atmosphere. Between September and May, winds can carry warm, occasionally hot, air from the desert. More...

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Ask Dr. MaoQ: What are some of the best exercises to ensure a longer, healthier, more active life?

A: There are several aspects about physical activity that play a role in a longer and healthier life. Movement is essential for proper metabolism and energy circulation. Our cardiovascular and lymphatic circulatory systems rely on movement to help with circulation of blood and extra cellular waste transport.

Movement of muscles, joints, and tendons promote renewal and circulation as well as extending range of motion to prevent arthritic build-up and stagnation. Moderate load-bearing exercises are essential for bone density and tensile strength, and this is especially important as we age. Cardio-stimulating exercises, the activities that increase the heart rate, provide stimulus for the cardiac muscles to maintain proper rigor and endurance.



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