Kin Leung

gout We live in a society where 10% to 37% of the adult population suffers from insomnia, a problem which affects people’s psychomotor performance, causes sleepiness, accidents, and memory impairment.These people usually fall into one of 3 categories: difficulty getting to sleep, maintaining sleep, and both. Many people have heard about the use of melatonin for a better night’s sleep. However, there are also many uses of melatonin that people are generally unaware of.
Lei Gu

gout Menstrual concerns are common problem in women’s health, encompassing a wide range of concerns including premenstrual syndrome (PMS), painful menstruation (dysmenorrhea), and irregular or absent periods (amenorrhea). These symptoms can be a part of several medical conditions including polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), endometriosis, and uterine fibroids. Although not life-threatening, these health issues negatively impact the quality of a woman’s life and signal unresolved underlying problems.
Heidi Fritz

gout Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is an increasingly common digestive condition, affecting up to 20% of individuals. IBS is protean in its manifestations, with symptoms variable from person to person, and can include a combination of any of the following symptoms: bloating, diarrhea, constipation, abdominal pain, and cramping. It is not unusual for IBS to be intermittent; becoming worse for certain periods of time, easing for some time, and then flaring up again. Although IBS is not a life threatening disease, it is a nuisance
Christine Nguyen

gout High powered, intense heat laser therapy has been used surgically to ablate tissue since the mid-20th century. While laser has been used in the Soviet Union and Europe since the 1970s, it wasn’t until the early 1990s that laser therapy entered North America. In 2002 the first laser therapy device was cleared by the FDA. Today, low-level laser therapy (LLLT) is an emerging clinical tool used by naturopathic doctors, medical doctors, and rehabilitation specialists that is rapidly gaining momentum because of its non-invasive nature
Philip Rouchotas

gout An emerging area of study is dedicated to studying the impact of early life factors including nutrition on the development of disease later on in life. The fetal origins of adult disease (FOAD) are a field devoted to investigating the link between maternal/fetal conditions during prenatal life, and chronic disease risk in adult life. Although this makes intuitive sense, the extent of its influence was not realized until relatively recently.