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A Grand Metamorphosis

It’s nice to think, sometimes even to believe, that things as they are will remain as they are.  Yet, things have to change and grow. At the moment, we are all experiencing quite a Grand Metamorphosis. 2,358 more words

Seaweed ‘weed’ with unseen medicinal value

A press release from the University of Greenwich reports the potential medicinal value of the ecologically troublesome Sargassum muticum, commonly known as Japanese wireweed. This nuisance seaweed is an international pest whose eradication is currently costing a small fortune. 87 more words


What’s ahead? Global Healthcare Logistics Market 2014-2018

The Global Healthcare Logistics market to grow at a CAGR of 10.8% over the period 2013-2018.

Logistics is a part of the supply chain management and plays an essential in the progress of the healthcare industry. 185 more words

Cool Chain


Greetings and Green Blessings.

A few days ago I had a major pain flare, a flare is when pain or your condition worsens for a period of time. 527 more words


Have you seen us on YouTube?

Home Care Pharmacy Simi Valley takes to YouTube! We have been striving to provide exceptional services for our clients through the medical supplies we offer, our prescription compounding service, and our in home senior care program. 33 more words

Medical Supplies

Uses expand for drug developed at UChicago

In the United States, powerful opioid-based pain relievers are taken by more than 1.5 million people who suffer from advanced illness such as cancer. Although morphine and related compounds are the gold standard for pain relief, these drugs produce significant side effects. 877 more words

At The Bench

The Hippocratic Oath - how modern medicine missed the point

Hippocrates is still considered to be the ‘Father of Modern Medicine’. I suspect, however, that little to no time is spent studying what is in his oath or what made Hippocrates such a unique doctor for his time. 1,771 more words

Natural Health