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Exercise increases the body’s own ‘cannabis-like’ substance which reduces chronic inflammation

Exercise increases the body’s own cannabis-like substances, which in turn helps reduce inflammation and could potentially help treat certain conditions such as arthritis, cancer and heart disease.

New cell database paints fuller picture of muscle repair

Biologists have struggled to study rare and transient muscle cells involved in the process, but Cornell engineers have lifted the curtain on these elusive dynamics with the launch of scMuscle, one of the largest single-cell databases of its kind.

How Native American plant meds treat pain and diarrhea

The researchers reveal a striking pattern following a functional screen of extracts from plants collected in Muir Woods National Monument in coastal redwood forest land in California.
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Get ready for the economic boom – patients desperately craving practitioner care and attention

The other day I had a favorite client of ours reach out and asked if we were still open during the pandemic. I’d stressed to them that we’ve been open since June 12, 2020 and we had continued seeing patients through the pandemic lockdown. They were excited to hear that we were open and stressed to me that they had not received any treatments over the last year and we’re excited to come and join us for their first treatment in a long time at the clinic. This got me thinking, if this client was one who hadn’t received a treatment in the last year and was very excited to come to resume treatment, then how many more patients were out there waiting to come back? » Read more...
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