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The Electronics Industry Sees Money In Your Health

If the scores of personal health care devices at the Consumer Electronics Show last week are any indication, it’s clear that the Apple Watch has kicked off a rush by high-tech companies to capitalize on people’s worries about their health.The latest version of the watch, which was announced last fall, detects a fibrillating heart and a propensity for falls. What other manufacturers learned…
Read at KHN

Why exercise alone won’t save us

Sedentary lifestyles are killing us – we need to build activity into our everyday lives, not just leave it for the gym. This is the time of year when trainers are mined from under beds and gym kits are disinterred from the bottom drawer. Google searches relating to… Read at The Guardian

An Epidemic Is Killing Thousands Of Coal Miners. Regulators Could Have Stopped It

Greg Kelly’s grandson, Caden, scampers to the tree-shaded creek behind his grandfather’s house to catch crawdads, as Kelly shuffles along, trying to keep up. Kelly’s small day pack holds an oxygen tank with a clear tube clipped to his nose. He has chairs spaced out on the short route so he can stop every few minutes, sit down and catch his breath, until he has enough wind and strength to start out again for the creek… Read at NPR

Creating While Clean

This is a story about sober musicians—about the life that has led them here, and about the life that they live now—but there is no single story here. Some drank, some used drugs, some did more or less everything, and they did so to very different degrees. Some found themselves at the edge of the precipice, or worse; others simply re-routed from a path or trajectory that…
Read at GQ

What This 76-Year-Old Man Can Teach About Healing

“I never lock my door; if people show up at night, I will wake up,” said I Gusti Mangku Sasak, a holistic Usada Bali healer. I Gusti Mangku Sasak, a 76-year-old Balinese healer, begins and ends each day by meditating: He focuses on his third eye, the tip of his nose, the tip of his tongue and his throat. He then goes to the rice fields, where he works with his son. When he returns home, around dusk, patients come from his village…
Read at NYTimes

What The Tests Don’t Show

Doctors are surprisingly bad at reading lab results. It’s putting us all at risk.
The man was 66 when he came to the hospital with a serious skin infection. He had a fever and low blood pressure, as well as a headache. His doctors gave him a brain scan just to be safe. They found a very small bulge in one of his cranial arteries, which probably had nothing to do…
Read at The Washington Post

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The Integrative Health Project

The Integrative Health Project

The Integrative Health Project (IHP) is a volunteer organization with the mission of providing access to integrative medicine in underserved areas both locally and internationally. IHP was established in 2011 by a group of practitioners who were passionate about Chinese medicine and who saw the potential for its making a great impact in the lives of many.
The main focus of our work has conducting medical missions and training programs and since it’s inception IHP has provided thousands of free treatments in Latin America and the Caribbean. In addition to these clinics, IHP has provided free training for over 60 local providers in auricular (ear) acupuncture and other types of basic Chinese medicine techniques and other treatment modalities including, yoga, meditation and different forms of body work.
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Events, Activities, Healing

The Integrative Health Project

The Integrative Health Project

The Integrative Health Project (IHP) is a volunteer organization with the mission of providing access to integrative medicine in underserved areas both locally and internationally. IHP was established in 2011 by a group of practitioners who were passionate about Chinese medicine and who saw the potential for its making a great impact in the lives of many.
The main focus of our work has conducting medical missions and training programs and since it’s inception IHP has provided thousands of free treatments in Latin America and the Caribbean. In addition to these clinics, IHP has provided free training for over 60 local providers in auricular (ear) acupuncture and other types of basic Chinese medicine techniques and other treatment modalities including, yoga, meditation and different forms of body work.
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