Monthly Archives September 2015

The 4 Most Popular Treatments At Hoslistic Health Centers

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Modern medicine has come a long way since the days when cutting edge medicine meant using leeches for bloodletting feverish patients. However, the inhuman nature of the health care system in the United States — the pharmaceutical companies, the bureaucracy, the debt, and the insane insurance system — has many Americans exploring holistic health treatments instead.

That’s why holistic centers are popping up in cities both large and small. Every day, more and more Americans discover the alternative healing available in the 21st century. Thousands of years of alternative medicine from cultures all over the globe are now available from one location. But what are the most popular treatments at these new holistic centers?


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Is Your Hair Loss Bothering You? Hair Replacement Surgeries Offer Solutions

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Androgenetic Alopecia, more commonly known as male pattern baldness, will affect approximately eight out of every 10 American men. Before the age of 55, the vast majority of men notice that their hair is thinner and that their hairlines may have receded.

Some men may not realize right away that they are losing hair: experts report that hair loss is not typically noticeable until about half of a man’s hair is already gone. Before a man begins to go bald, a single hair will grow for a few years, cease to grow for a few months (the “resting phase”) and then fall out.

Continuous hair growth in a pre-balding individual ensures that hair will be periodically replaced, but in a man (or sometimes, a w

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College Kids in Texas Plan to Bring Telepsychiatry Software to the Homeless

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Kavina Patel and Farhan Ahmad are sophomores at the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA). Both are enrolled in a dual admissions program that will allow them to receive their undergraduate and medical degrees in seven years, but that’s not what makes them particularly special. They recently were awarded $3,000 for winning a six-week UT System-wide Student Entrepreneurship Fellowship, according to the San Antonio Express-News. They plan to use the money to fund their award winning project, VideoMed. The goal of VideoMed is to provide telepsychiatry software to homeless people in need.

“Many homeless people face depression, but they don?t really know how to go about it or who to tell that they have these types of problems,” Patel said. “They?re very aware that they have mental

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