Unfurling Health: An In-depth Reflection on America’s Independence Day

Unfurling Health: An In-depth Reflection on America’s Independence Day

Unwavering liberty and timeless wellness: these are the founding pillars that define America’s soul. Amidst the fervent festivity and resonant echoes of the Star-Spangled Banner that mark the Fourth of July, we find an opportune moment to delve into the less-charted territory of health observance.

Harmony in Being: A Guide to Uniting Body and Soul Through Mindfulness

Harmony in Being: A Guide to Uniting Body and Soul Through Mindfulness

As the world around us constantly hums with ceaseless activity, we often find ourselves submerged in its chaos, feeling adrift and disconnected from our core. This profound disconnect often leads to a lack of equilibrium between our body and soul, leading to a state of emotional and physical disarray. Mindfulness, an ancient practice rooted in Buddhist philosophy, offers a compass to navigate this bewildering maze of modern existence.

Smoking rate higher in people with mobility impairments

Miriam Hospital study examines smoking prevalence — First-of-its-kind study to examine the high-risk group and advise they be targeted for cessation – Researchers from The Miriam Hospital have found that people with mobility impairments under age 65 have significantly higher rates of smoking than those without mobility impairments.

Chemotherapy resistance develops due to WNT in cancer patients

Researchers discover new mechanism behind resistance to cancer treatment — Finding could lead to development of better therapies to cure cancer – Developing resistance to chemotherapy is a nearly universal, ultimately lethal consequence for cancer patients with solid tumors ? such as those of the breast, prostate, lung and colon ? that have metastasized, or spread, throughout the body.

Spray with living human cells heals chronic venous leg ulcers

Study shows higher healing rate using unique cell-based therapy in chronic venous leg ulcers – Treating chronic venous leg ulcers with a topical spray containing a unique living human cell formula provides a 52 percent greater likelihood of wound closure than treatment with compression bandages only.

New cancer research could lead to improved vaccines for cancerous tumors

Breakthrough in cancer vaccine research — New research could lead to improved vaccines for cancerous tumors – Researchers at the University of Cambridge hope to revolutionise cancer therapy after discovering one of the reasons why many previous attempts to harness the immune system to treat cancerous tumours have failed.