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Curing Infertility With Ancient Chinese Medicine

Author : Yaron Seidman
ISBN : 9781632202437
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Planning to have a baby is an exciting time for any family, but difficulties with conception can quickly turn excitement into anxiety and worry. For 14 percent of couples in the United States, creating a life is not the miraculous experience they expected, but rather one filled with stress, trips to the doctor, and invasive procedures. But infertility treatment doesn’t have to be invasive and distant. In Curing Infertility with Ancient Chinese Medicine, fertility expert Dr. Yaron Seidman teaches couples how to live healthier, more balanced lives and create an environment where a baby can grow without resorting to surgery. Curing Infertility with Ancient Chinese Medicine shows you how it is possible to conceive even when Western medicine has deemed it impossible. Dr. Seidman explains in a clear, concise, and easy-to-follow way how patients can use the Hunyuan Method to dramatically increase their ability to conceive in a healthy, natural way and improve overall health using ancient Chinese herbal medicine. Primarily intended for infertility patients, Curing Infertility with Ancient Chinese Medicine is also aimed at modern Chinese medical practitioners, most of whom lack any training in the classical ways. Inside, Dr. Seidman shows time and time again that it is, in fact, possible to conceive.
Category: Health & Fitness

The Infertility Cure

Author : Randine Lewis
ISBN : 9780316055000
Genre : Medical
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In The Infertility Cure, Dr. Lewis outlines her simple guidelines involving diet, herbs, and acupressure so that you can make use of her experience and expertise to create a nurturing, welcoming environment for a healthy baby. Dr. Randine Lewis offers you a natural way to support your efforts to get pregnant. The Infertility Cure addresses: Advanced maternal age Recurrent miscarriage Immunological fertility problems Male-factor infertility Hormonal imbalances and associated conditions Anovulation, lethal phase defect, amenorrhea, unexplained infertility Endometriosis, polycystic ovaries, tubal obstruction, uterine fibroids Improving the outcome of assisted reproductive techniques The Infertility Cure opens the door to new ideas about treating infertility that will dramatically increase your odds of getting pregnant -- the natural way.
Category: Medical

Curing Infertility

Author : Yaron Seidman
ISBN : 0982397518
Genre : Health & Fitness
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It really works! Curing Infertility uses ancient Chinese medicine to improve health and cure infertility. Renowned Ancient Chinese Medicine practitioner Yaron Seidman unlocks the mysteries of Ancient Chinese Medicine and demonstrates how patients can utilize the Hunyuan Method to drastically; increase a couple’s chances and ability to conceive the healthy way. This radical method is based on sound principles of Ancient Chinese Medicine in order to strengthen the patient’s health thus allowing this inborn ability to come in to play. It doesn’t aim at creating conception, but rather it aims at creating a healthy person, which in turn allows for conception.
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The Use Of Traditional Chinese Medicine For Treating Female Infertility

Author : Kathleen Albertson
ISBN : 9781581123517
Genre : Medical
File Size : 50.86 MB
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Infertility affects more than 3 million married couples in the United States. This study explored the use of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for treating female infertility. Surveys queried allopathic practitioners and TCM practitioners regarding their perceived knowledge and use of TCM. The vast majority of allopathic practitioners referred patients to acupuncturists and believed that acupuncture helped patients. The majority of respondents identified a trend for treating female infertility with TCM and Western medical procedures. The majority of respondents supported the concurrent use of allopathic protocols and TCM but did not support the concurrent use of TCM and Chinese Herbal Medicine (CHM). More than 62% of respondents expressed familiarity with clinical studies that used TCM for treating stress, depression, and irregular menstrual cycles. Positive results from evidence-based studies would likely encourage allopathic practitioners to use TCM and adopt a more holistic, collaborative approach for treating female infertility.
Category: Medical

Women Of China

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ISBN : UCAL:B4461969
Genre : Women
File Size : 76.88 MB
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Category: Women

Author : Yaron Seidman Daom
ISBN : 0989167933
Genre : Medical
File Size : 45.26 MB
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The 20th century modern history of Chinese medicine in China, 1900 to 1970s.
Category: Medical

Bible Review

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105012277104
Genre : Bible
File Size : 73.35 MB
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Women

Author : Burton Goldberg
ISBN : 1887299319
Genre : Self-care, Health
File Size : 76.15 MB
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Category: Self-care, Health

East West Film Journal

Author :
ISBN : IND:30000004990895
Genre : Motion pictures
File Size : 71.61 MB
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Category: Motion pictures

Plants That Heal Thrill And Kill

Author : Yeow Chin Wee
ISBN : WISC:89087692430
Genre : Medicinal plants
File Size : 22.22 MB
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This book reveals the hidden value of the plants around us, as natural cures for various conditions. It is filled with advice on what may be safely planted near children and pets, and what must be treated to be edible. Fully illustrated in colour, with comprehensive indexes, it is a reference book for school and home.
Category: Medicinal plants

Chinese Natural Cures

Author : Henry C. Lu
ISBN : 1579125468
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 56.64 MB
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An authoritative, oversized guide to traditional Chinese medicine recommends dozens of natural cures for ailments ranging from the common cold and insomnia to arthritis, impotence, and hypertension and explains how to promote longevity, strengthen bones, and maintain optimum health for a lifetime.
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Herbal Medicine

Author : Pravin Chandra Trivedi
ISBN : STANFORD:36105129051699
Genre : Herbs
File Size : 23.22 MB
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In Spite Of Increasing Urbanisation, A Large Proportion Of The Indian Population Has Retained Its Reliance Upon The Traditional Approach To Healthcare And Continues To Consult Traditional Medicinal Practitioners (Tmps) For Medical Treatment. India Is Sitting On A Gold Mine Of Well-Recorded And Well-Practised Knowledge Of Traditional Herbal Medicine. Amongst The Ancient Civilisations, India Has Been Known To Be A Rich Repository Of Medicinal Plants. The Rig Veda, Yajur Veda And Atharva Veda And Later On, The Charaka Samhita And The Sushruta Samhita Described The Properties And Uses Of Plants In Compounding Of Drugs And These Are Still Used In Classical Formulations. The Present Book Herbal Medicine: Traditional Practices Contains 17 Articles On Different Aspects Of The Subject. The Book Incorporates Articles On Traditional Phytotherapy For Jaundice; Medicinal Plants Used Against Gynaecological Morbidity; Indigenous Knowledge For Curing And Preventing Paediatric Diseases; Herbal Traditional Medicine For Sensory Organ Diseases And Other Ethnomedicinal Plants Used By Tribals Of India. Articles On Recent Approaches In The Development And Standardisation Of Formulations Of Herbal Drugs And The Role Of Biotechnology In Their Upgradation Provide Excellent Information On The Topic. The Book Also Covers Topics On Conservation Of Medicinal Plants In India, Strategy For Development Of Medicinal And Aromatic Plants And Application Of Industrial Wastes For Growth Of Medicinal And Aromatic Plants. Articles On Traditional Knowledge System About Veterinary Health Care Provide Information On Plants Used For Curing Animal Diseases. In Addition, General Articles Namely Soma Plants; Botanical Enigma And Hypoglycaemic Impact Of Spirulina Algae Have Added To The Value Of The Book. The Present Book Provides Excellent Glimpses Of The Rich Herbal Medicine And Traditional Knowledge Heritage Of India. The Present Book Will Serve Not Only As An Excellent Reference Material But Also As A Practical Guide For Herbal Healers, Vaidyas, Hakims, Research Workers And Students In The Field Of Medicinal Plants.
Category: Herbs

Integrative Medicine

Author : David Peters
ISBN : 0789451778
Genre : Medical
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Shows how to utilize an integrated approach to health care that combines conventional and alternative methods and suggests hundreds of different ways to deal with forty common ailments.
Category: Medical

Challenges For Anthropology In The African Renaissance

Author : Association for Anthropology in Southern Africa. Conference
ISBN : UOM:39015056201992
Genre : Social Science
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Anthropology, having progressed from being a colonial exercise to a post-colonial tool for intellectual rebirth, and with its central concern with culture and its fieldwork-based approach, must be central to the dialogue about Africa's future. This volume proceeds from a conference of the Association for Anthropology in Southern Africa to assess the state, status and future of anthropology in Southern Africa. It is inspired by the concept of the African Renaissance coined by Thabo Mbeki, and his implied intellectual call to arms to face problems within the African continent by using African ideals, institutions and intelligentsia; and in its diverse responses it is an effort to strengthen the movement. The essays are grouped into sections on: rethinking anthropology; the reinvention of culture and tradition; perspectives on gender and youth; the place of anthropology in development; and land, space and landscapes. Particular weight is given to medical anthropology, and anthropology with applications for development.
Category: Social Science

A Woman S Guide To Alternative Medicine

Author : Liz Grist
ISBN : IND:30000009623798
Genre : Medical
File Size : 52.76 MB
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Discusses menopause, menstruation, pregnancy, fertility, childbirth, infections, and disease and suggests optional therapies, including herbal medicine, hypnosis, acupuncture, and naturopathy
Category: Medical

How Was It Done

Author : David Gould
ISBN : 0276421922
Genre : Inventions
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Lavishly illustrated reference work that brings the past to life as it charts the progress of civilisation. Quarto.
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Curing And Healing

Author : Andrew Strathern
ISBN : UVA:X004422788
Genre : Social Science
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Throughout history and throughout the world today, problems of health, sickness, and medical treatment have been intimately interwoven with social, cultural, and political life generally. Medical anthropology deals with these problems from a biocultural perspective, recognizing the deep connections between cultural patterns, historical change, and life processes. This book draws on a rich array of ethnographic cases from around the world to demonstrate the complexities of ideas and practices that surround the health of the human body, and how health is impacted by the beliefs and practices of the community. The authors make particular use of new materials from their field areas among the Hagen and Duna people in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea.The book is intended as a textbook useable for both anthropology courses and courses for medical students. The topics covered include a survey of earlier works in medical anthropology, regimens of bodily treatment, sex and reproduction, medical pluralism, doctor-patient communication, epidemiology, ethnopsychiatry, illness and the emotions, and how diseases such as AIDS have altered the ways in which individuals see themselves and 'traditional' practices alter to accommodate new diseases.Andrew Strathern and Pamela J. Stewart are a husband and wife anthropological team who work in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea and the Lowlands of Scotland.
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Pathways To Pregnancy

Author : Mary Wong
ISBN : 9781928055174
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Pathways to Pregnancy is a collection of wide-ranging and relatable stories, shared by an expert who also knows first-hand the pain and joy of the fertility journey from her own experience. Instructional and inspirational to anyone going through it or seeking to understand it deeply and in all its variations, these are real stories of hope and humor — and some practical advice that is often overlooked but easy to incorporate into your life. These stories about real women, related by Mary Wong with both compassion and authority, retain many of the subjects’ own words and particular perspectives. Through their stories, Mary explains the central principles of fertility treatment by both Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners and Western doctors. Each story focuses on a set of archetypal challenges or life situations found in patients seeking fertility treatment. In this way, the book serves as a comprehensive examination of the spectrum of infertility experience, expressed through the lens of highly personal anecdotes and intimate experiences.
Category: Health & Fitness

Library Journal

Author : Melvil Dewey
ISBN : UOM:39015057952627
Genre : Libraries
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Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.
Category: Libraries

Women S Herbs Women S Health

Author : Christopher Hobbs
ISBN : CORNELL:31924073256475
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 64.60 MB
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This complete handbook to herbs and their benefits for women contains a comprehensive guide to more than 25 of the most important women's health herbs with explanations about how to use each one, plus information on possible side effects. 50 color illustrations.
Category: Health & Fitness