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Aches In Your Body - Blame It On The Human Skeletal System by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Tue 10 Feb 2009 10:00am It in truth is essential to understand why your body performs the way it does. You may sense like your body is in exact form, and you are in perfect wellness. So on the other hand you maybe will be a little under the weather. In either 1 of these events you want to be tuned into what your body is making. A model is ,if you are car owner, you know ... Read on »
What does serotonin have to do with the skeletal system? by Disordered Times .. Patient Expert Posted Sat 29 Nov 2008 10:57am Researchers at Columbia University have found that serotonin produced in the gastrointestinal tract is critical to bone formation. This is a somewhat new finding, so expect much more on the details, especially when it comes to treatment of osteoperosis. Tiptoe has a fantastic post about this topic already, so head over to her site and read on. Read on »
Ayurveda description of asthi dhatu (Bones or Skeletal system) by Dr.Savitha Suri Posted Wed 11 Nov 2009 3:17am According to texts of ayurveda asthis or bones are formed from the nutrients supplied by medho dhatu through asthivaha srothas.The nutrients in medho dhatu which is meant to nourish asthi dhatu are processed in asthivaha srothas by dhatwagnis. Dhatwagni and bhutagni (vayu, agneya and prithvi) bring about hardness and heaviness to these nutrients wh ... Read on »
Aches In Your Body – Blame It On The Human Skeletal System by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Thu 06 Dec 2012 12:36pm 1 Comment It in truth is essential to understand why your body performs the way it does. You may sense like your body is in exact form, and you are in perfect wellness. So on the other hand you maybe will be a little under the weather. In either 1 of these events you want to be tuned into what your body is making. A model is ,if you are car owner, you know ... Read on »
Learning Herbs 101: Herbs and the Organ Systems They Love, Part 2 by Mare Posted Thu 18 Aug 2011 11:48am So far, we’ve covered 7 herb groups (diuretic, cathartic, hepatic, expectorant, emmenagogue, alterative, and cardiac/hypotensive) and 5 organ systems (urinary, digestive, respiratory, reproductive, and circulatory). Let’s keep going, shall we?  Nervous system: Nervine and antispasmodic herbs have a particular fondness for the nervous sy ... Read on »
Bodies The Exhibition by PJ S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 16 Oct 2008 7:58pm I attended "Bodies: The Exhibition" at the Cincinnati Museum Center on Saturday. Given my life long fascination with the nueromuscular system, I found it absolutely amazing...I would highly recommend seeing it. Here are some of my random thoughts regarding the exhibition: 1. The majority of males who want to put on lean muscle tissue fo ... Read on »
better health through yoga by Joni Yung Patient Expert Posted Sat 23 Aug 2008 3:21pm while going through the messages in my e-mailbag, i found a notice from yoga groove studio about their upcoming yoga workshop for those dealing with cancer. since the yoga month 09.2008 festivities start this month in denver, what better time to highlight it as well as other upcoming health-focused workshops? most of them are scheduled for ... Read on »
Universal Truths about Running Injuries by Amy H. Patient Expert Posted Fri 17 Oct 2008 9:13pm 1 Comment Some posts this week at Runners’ Lounge, including Take It and Run Thursday, are dedicated to running injuries. Injuries are a major blow to a runner.   We’re caught off guard and the timing is always rotten.  When injured, we tend to do dumb things—run through it, self-diagnose, ignore the cause, and ultimately delay our actual recovery.  I ... Read on »
Elderly Fitness Program by PJ S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 16 Oct 2008 7:58pm Our Cincinnati elderly fitness program is a custom designed private personal training program specific to the needs of Cincinnati residents age 60+. The Force Fitness & Performance training team, led by trained exercise physiologist Patrick Striet, specializes in enhancing the fitness of elderly individuals who not only want to get stronger and ... Read on »
Joint Ease Plus from Native Remedies - help for fibromyalgia or arthritis by franklinb Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:11pm Supports joint and muscular-skeletal system health and mobility Help with fibromyalgia and arthritis - see the testimonials below Freedom to move with a simple herbal supplement Joint Ease Plus - help for fibromyalgia and arthritis Joints are the areas where two bones meet such as the knee, hip, shoulder, elbow or even the small joi ... Read on »