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Is internet your main source of health information? The Internet has had a huge impact on how people find health information. Before the internet, people relied on their doctor for health advice and recommendations. Nowadays, many people use the internet as their first step in learning about a health issue or medical condition. The internet Continue reading

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Is there Really A Connection? In my many years of practice in pain management, it has been quite common for people diagnosed with diabetes to report chronic pain. And I have also noticed that many of those who suffer from pain in their hands and feet are either pre-diabetic, are bordering on overweight or have Continue reading

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Self-help technique for every occasion. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic started last year, I have been working on creating and curating online courses for self-help techniques, in hopes of helping you alleviate different pain points on your body. Now let us just be clear, by self-help techniques, I mean suggestions for strategies to implement in Continue reading

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Simple steps you can take to strengthen your immune system and stay safe. You’ve heard it and probably used it yourself the phrase “prevention is better than cure”. So true, it’s much easier to keep our immune system stronger then trying to recover from a seasonal, acute, chronic, or other ailments. While doing research I Continue reading

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What’s so special about tartary buckwheat? Growing up in Armenia eating buckwheat was a regular thing for us. I love the nutty taste of it. I remember as children we used to pour warm milk over cooked buckwheat, sprinkle some sugar on it and eat it for breakfast. I got introduced to Tartary buckwheat not Continue reading

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Did you know that chronic sleep deprivation may effect: Learning and memory Metabolism and weight Mood Cardiovascular health Immune function Muscle and joint pain Survey conducted by National Sleep Foundation reveal that at least 40 million Americans suffer from over 70 different sleep disorders & 60% of adults report having sleep problems a few nights Continue reading