What Is Anti-aging Light Therapy

Abby Borbon-Roaquin, a manager and clinician at Ulan Medical Spa in San Diego, California, has been a registered nurse for over 14 years, and is experienced in providing many types of medical aesthetic procedures such as anti-aging light therapy.

What does anti-aging light therapy do?

Anti-Aging Light Emitting Diodes (LED) therapy is a skin rejuvenation device. It works with visible red LEDs and invisible infrared LEDs with the bodys natural processes to counteract the effects of aging. This treatment can be used for men and women of all ages and skin types. So it means that selecting appropriate candidates is important.

Quit Talking And Stop The Mental Chatter All At The Same Time

Mental Chatter is something that a lot of us suffer from. I have found that it originates when we feel the need to control the person, place or situation at hand.

Example: Picture a typical opposites attract couple and in this scenario the man is outgoing and the woman is the introvert. There names = John and Mary

John and Mary would like to sell their house. Mary has a full time job and John works from home.

Healthcare Industry Asia-Pacific Cosmeceuticals Industry Research Report

The desire of each individual to retain a youthful appearance has stipulated the demand for cosmeceuticals which can neither be categorized as cosmetics or pharmaceuticals, thus strengthening the market for cosmeceuticals in Asia Pacific region. The utility of cosmeceuticals has considerably risen in recent years. This radically inclined the techniques of clinician in improving the treatment of skin, hair and other conditions. The value growth of cosmeceutical products over the years has been impelled by changing consumer perception. Asian men are becoming considerable consumers of dermaceutical products, providing opportunities for various companies that feature men’s lines such as skin care, shaving and other products.

The distribution of cosmeceutical products through various online channels has grown at a rapid pace in the past few years. Departmental stores and hypermarkets in the past have played a vital role in the development of dermaceutical product market.

The cosmeceuticals market in Asia-Pacific region will grow rapidly from 2013-2017, as people in the countries of India, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and Malaysia have become health conscious and desire to look fair and young. The industry forecast shows strong growth in skin care and hair care segments and also significant growth is expected in other niche areas such as lip protection and teeth whitening in Asia-Pacific region.

Global Health Progress Epitomizes Clinton, Gates Call for Efficiency Savings

During a recent international conference in Vienna for 20,000 AIDS scientists, health workers and activists, former U.S. President Bill Clinton and Microsoft founder Bill Gates urged AIDS activists to try to generate the most value possible out of funds set aside for HIV/AIDS prevention services and treatments, including securing access to drugs. Reuters Health and Science Correspondent Kate Kelland highlighted the leaders remarks in a recent article:

“The world is awash in troubles. It is easy to rail at a government and say … give us more money. But we also have to change the way we do what we do,” Clinton told the conference. “If we’re going to make this case, they (donor governments) have to believe that we are doing our job faster, better and cheaper. Then we have the moral standing to go ask people to give us more money.”

Gates philanthropic organization, the Gates Foundation, spends a large portion of its $34 billion fund on fighting AIDS; he said efficiency was vital to be able to scale up access to AIDS drugs for the 15 million people who need them. “We can’t keep spending AIDS resources in exactly the same way we do today,” he said. “As we … advocate for more funding, we also need to make sure we’re getting the most benefit from each dollar of AIDS funding and every ounce of effort.”

How To Stop The Runaway Train Of Mental Illness By Betty Byrd

One in six adults and nearly one in ten children in the United States suffer from bipolar disorder. Yet, there remains a stigma associated with being bipolar and being related to someone who is. Never mind that Edgar Allen Poe was bipolar or that President Theodore Roosevelt was too. Or that people with bipolar disorder can lead extraordinary and meaningful lives. Look at Winston Churchill, Virginia Wolf, and Rosemary Clooney. No matter how talented or famous someone is, if they’re in a situation dictated by mental illness, it can at times feel like a runaway train. Jim Carey and Robert Downey, Jr. know what it’s like, so do Robin Williams, Jean-Claude Van Damme, and Ben Stiller.
Dealing with a mentally ill family member is anything but a cakewalk. I should know. My mother, a Christian Science fanatic, refused to take medication to manage her sickness. During my formative years, I lived through extremes; from minute to minute I didn’t know what she might do. My childhood was spent being tossed around like a ping-pong ball. At sixteen, a Harvard-trained psychiatrist reluctantly told me to leave home and never look back because I was living in an incurable situation. Sadly, I hit the road, riddled with pot holes, lacking any parental advice. During those formative years I didn’t have a choice, but now, in 2011, things are beginning to change.

I went on to become an actress and later a novelist. I took it to heart when I read that Ernest Hemingway said, “A writer’s style should be direct and personal” For me, it’s therapeutic to write about the disease that robbed me of my mother and stole any chance I may have had to enjoy a normal childhood. I use larger-than-life characters on a backdrop of big oil and big tracts of land to show life on high octane, which, in my experience, is what it’s like to live with the ups and downs of mental illness.

One of my main characters, Olivia Harrison has a history of undisclosed schizophrenia. My novel, Utopia, Texas, shows the terrifying ramifications on a family whose young daughter’s problem goes untreated. Some call the book, which is a stand-alone sequel to my first novel, Trinity’s Daughter, a riveting tale. The character of Maggie Harrison is fashioned after me. Olivia is my mother. Olivia’s mother, Brya, is actually the novel’s protagonist. I use my books as a tool to educate others about what it’s like to live with mental illness, and if not treated it can be devastating to all involved.

Natural Health Care through Bitter Melon

Heart burn heart burn is common among people these days. It as condition of burning sensation in the chest region. This happens because of indigestion. Due to indigestion, excess of the hydrochloric acid is produced in the body thereby leading to this burning sensation. By regular consumption of karela juice, the digestion in the body is kept to the optimized level hence the problem of heart burn is resolved.

Anti inflammatory karela is a good anti-inflammatory agent. It helps in reducing any edematous condition in the body. It helps in regularizing the circulatory system thereby normalizing the blood flow. This helps in reducing any kind of inflammation that occurs in the body.

Ulcers karela is very effective in treating the gastric as well as duodenal ulcers. It has the tendency to maintain the normal production of gastric juices and acids there by protect the mucus membrane from getting depleted due to exposure to these harsh condition.