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What is coronary artery bypass surgery?

Coronary arteries are blood vessels that carry oxygen and nutrients to the heart. Coronary artery bypass surgery is an operation to improve the flow of blood to the heart muscle when your coronary arteries are severely narrowed or blocked by plaque. Plaque is a buildup of fats, cholesterol, and other substances on the inside walls of the arteries.   The operation...

How to Alleviate Night Sweats

Acupressure DIY at Home Night Sweats, also known as Sleep hyperhidrosis, is a common condition that describes the excessive sweating at night during sleep. In women over the age of forty, the most common cause for night sweats is hormonal changes related to primenopause and menopause. However, there are many other things that may cause night sweats such as medications...

7 Chinese Herbs that Double as Culinary Spices

For thousands of years, herbalists and Chinese Medicine doctors have been cultivating health and healing ailments through the use of herbal medicine.  Chinese herbal therapy and Food therapy both follow foundational systems that include the Yin Yang and Five Element Theory, incorporating the five flavors and tastes, colors, properties and nature. Below is a list of 7 Traditional Chinese Herbs that...

Practical Pressure Points: Ren Zhong

Ren Zhong
Acupressure DIY at Home Ren Zhong (人中), also known as Shui Gou (水溝), or Du 26, is the single most important Acupuncture point for restoring consciousness for fainting, or syncope. Du 26 is located on the face, above the upper lip on the midline, at the junction of the upper third and lower two thirds of the philtrum (the marked indentation found on the midline between...

How to Alleviate Nasal Congestion

Nasal Congestion
Acupressure DIY at Home Congestion or stuffy nose, refers to the blockage of nasal passages that occurs when the membranes lining the nose becomes swollen from irritated and inflamed blood vessels. Frequently, the irritation will result in excess mucus production (manifesting as a runny nose) to flush out whatever is causing the irritation, such as an allergen. Nasal congestion is usually caused by the flu, colds, allergies,...

Moon Festival Tea Meditation

Orlando’s Guang Ming Temple
Basking under the bright glow of the full moon, hundreds of people gathered last month at Orlando’s Guang Ming Temple to celebrate the traditional Asian holiday of the Moon Festival, also called Mid-Autumn Festival. Amidst a crackling fire in the courtyard, children and adults alike enjoyed warm tea, munched on snacks, shared stories – and of course, savored the different flavors of moon cakes: lotus seed paste,...

How to Alleviate Wrist Pain with Acupressure

Wrist Pain with Acupressure
Wrist pain is a fairly common complaint that can be caused by a number of different reasons.  it can be caused by an acute injury such as sudden sprains and it can be caused by long term repetitive motion and stress, gout, or more commonly, carpal tunnel syndrome, and arthritis. Carpal tunnel syndrome describes the condition in which swelling in the wrist squeezes...

Feel Better In Your Own Skin: The New Year Resolution Everyone Shold Make

Jamie Luu
Making a New Year’s resolution can be your first step to a healthier lifestyle. Whether it is losing weight, stressing less or being more positive, having any type of resolution is beneficial to both your health and your life. Resolutions drive motivation and provide direction, giving you a goal to aim for and a plan to achieve it. They can help you grow by...

Try This for: Longevity and Stay Young Longer!

plant based protein
Switch to Healthier Protein Based on the USDA, the average American consumes 3 times more meat than rest of the world.  A healthy person on a 2000 calorie diet only needs about 5 and half ounces of protein a day, while the average American consumes about 8 ounces of meat proteins a day. Keep in mind, protein doesn’t have to come...

A New Year, A Healthier You

A New Year, A Healthier You - Jamie Luu
This new year is the perfect time to start a healthier diet after a long winter full of indulgence. Whether you spent this holiday at home, taking visitors to your favorite local food places or traveling and exploring new foods, you can probably agree that more than fifty percent of your activities were centered on eating. Though there is nothing like...
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