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What Is Bioenergetic Medicine? An Overview On Common Ailments It Can Cure

Bioenergetics is a form of psychodynamic psychotherapy that combines healing the mind as well as the body. Its aim is to help people resolve their emotional struggles and realize more of their full potential for a more fulfilling life. Psychotherapists believe that the mind and body are connected much more than we know. They believe that what affects the body affects the mind and vice versa. 

Biogetica advanced healthcare has spent the better part of the past decade developing some of the best bioenergetic techniques, systems and treatments to help cure a large number of physical and emotional illnesses. They use decades’ worth of research and cutting edge processes to produce some of the most effective bioenergetic treatments on the market.

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Natural Cures to Common Ailments

1. Core Immunity Kit

Core kit The Biogetica core kit can cleanse your lungs. Photo: biogetica.com

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Skipping the dentist might make it tougher to fight COVID-19 | Coronavirus in Arizona

QUEEN CREEK, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) – Like a lot of other preventative appointments, the dentist is getting skipped because of COVID-19.

Dentist Alex Matheson at Matheson Dentistry and Implant Center estimates about 20% of patients are canceling or rescheduling their appointments. He said that could hurt you in the long run if you get COVID-19.



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Dentist Alex Matheson at Matheson Dentistry and Implant Center estimates about 20% of patients are canceling or rescheduling their appointments.




“I want to maintain my appointments because I want to keep my health,” said patient, Tom Cassutt. “I’m a big believer in if you got good health, it will help you fight any disease including COVID.”

Matheson said he has the right idea. Cleanings get rid of bacteria in your mouth.



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Cleanings get rid of bacteria in your mouth.




“One of the things research has shown is when we

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Illinois launches online system to track rape kits in new cases. But not every hospital is on board.

Sexual assault survivors in Illinois now have the ability to track evidence in new cases.



a woman looking at the camera: A lab worker holds up a sexual assault evidence collection kit Sept. 22, 2009, at the Forensic Science Center run by the Illinois State Police in Chicago.


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A lab worker holds up a sexual assault evidence collection kit Sept. 22, 2009, at the Forensic Science Center run by the Illinois State Police in Chicago.

The Illinois State Police, which runs state laboratories that analyze DNA evidence, launched a long-awaited tracking system for rape kits in August. Survivors will receive a case number in a hospital emergency room that allows them to access location information.

Many survivors had been anticipating tracking their kits, but the system is not retroactive; tracking numbers are assigned only for new cases, according to ISP.

Beth Hundsdorfer, a spokesperson for Illinois State Police, said survivors with cases before Aug. 14 should check with the investigating agency for more information. She noted that lab work on all previous sexual assault cases should be

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How New Mexico Controlled the Spread of COVID-19

There is a joke in New Mexico that the rest of the country does not know the state is part of the U.S. This summer, as cases of COVID-19 surged in many parts of the nation, New Mexico really did seem to stand apart. While Arizona and Texas, its neighbors to the west and east, loosened activity and business restrictions and then experienced alarming increases in COVID-19 numbers, New Mexico kept a tighter grip on the spread of the contagion. To date, Arizona has had more than twice as many cases and nearly twice as many deaths as New Mexico has per 100,000 people. The latter state also has far fewer cases and deaths per 100,000 than Texas.

New Mexico’s governor Michelle Lujan Grisham has taken an aggressive approach toward the pandemic. She declared a statewide emergency on March 11, the same day the state had its first positive case.

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How To Safely Go To The Doctor, Dentist, & OB-GYN During COVID-19

You’ve got your mask, your hand sanitizer, and your six-foot queuing protocol down pat, but you’ve had a migraine for three straight months, and think it’s time to get your GP involved. But is it safe to go to the doctor, dentist, or gynecologist right now? Coronavirus isn’t the only health issue in the world right now, and you still need to keep up with your health checks and any other medical issues that may have come up in quarantine.

“As states start to ease restrictions during the COVID-19 crisis, we’ve seen more and more healthcare offices opening for non-urgent visits,” Dr. Robert Quigley M.D., regional medical director for medical security firm International SOS, tells Bustle. “Despite the reopening of facilities, there are still preventive measures that should be implemented prior to and during a medical appointment during the pandemic.”

If your area is relatively OK in terms of case

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Navalny condition improved enough for him to be released: German hospital

BERLIN — The German hospital treating Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny for poisoning said Wednesday that his condition improved enough for him to be released, and suggested a “complete recovery” from the nerve agent was possible.

Navalny, 44, spent 32 days in treatment in Berlin’s Charite hospital, 24 of which were in intensive care, before doctors deemed his “condition had improved sufficiently for him to be discharged from acute inpatient care.”

The hospital said that based on Navalny’s progress, treating physicians believe that “complete recovery is possible,” but added that it ”remains too early to gauge the potential long-term effects of his severe poisoning.”

RUSSIAN OPPOSITION LEADER ALEXEI NAVALNY SHARES PICTURE FROM HOSPITAL BED AFTER SUSPECTED POISONING

Navalny, the most visible opponent of Russian President Vladimir Putin, was flown to Germany two days after falling ill on Aug. 20 on a domestic flight in Russia.

German chemical weapons experts have

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Opko Shares Climb on Phase 2 Trial of Coronavirus Treatment

Shares of Opko Health  (OPK) – Get Report jumped on Tuesday after the drugmaker said it would start a Phase 2 clinical trial of rayaldee, a potential treatment for mild-to-moderate coronavirus. 

The trial will be a randomized double-blind placebo-controlled study that is expected to enroll about 160 subjects. Many of the participants will have stage 3 or 4 kidney disease and are at higher risk for developing more serious illness. 

The trial will randomize outpatients in a 1:1 ratio for four weeks of treatment with rayaldee or placebo, with another two weeks of follow-up. 

One primary endpoint of the trial is the time to resolution of a patient’s coronavirus symptoms. 

Secondary endpoints for the trial include incidence of emergency-room or urgent-care visits, oxygen saturation below 94%, need for and duration of hospitalizations, requirement for ventilators, mortality rate, and severity and duration of illness evidenced by quality-of-life measures. 

Over

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Power Wellness Fitness Centers Safely Reopen 80% of Their Centers

Power Wellness Fitness Centers Safely Reopen 80% of Their Centers

Lombard, IL, September 16, 2020 –(PR.com)– Power Wellness has successfully reopened over 20 managed medical fitness centers nationwide, helping re-employ over 1,200 team members. In the coming weeks, Power Wellness expects to reopen the remainder of their clients’ locations in NJ, NY, MI and PA. “The majority of our portfolio is back online,” reports Brian Hummert, President and COO of Power Wellness. Center utilization continues to improve, with 60% of the March members reactivating at the reopened centers.
Importantly, Members are highly satisfied with the centers’ safety and cleanliness:

“I am so impressed with your staff! Constantly cleaning, etc. I feel very safe there!” – Avera McKennan Fitness Center, Sioux Falls, SD

“Happy to have the center operating. Staff is very mindful of needs for safety. Cleaning crew always seems on top of needs.” – Kishwaukee Health & Wellness Center, DeKalb, IL

Since reopening, Power has safely served over 300,000

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How Your Next Trip to the Dentist Will Be Very Different

The next time you go to the dentist, don’t count on being able to catch up on People magazine in the reception area. Among the many things affected by Covid-19: the doctor’s waiting room.

“The old dental appointment where you sit and read a magazine, then get called back—that’s going to shift,” says Chevy Chase orthodontist Jill Bruno. “The days of sitting in the reception area are gone. There’s no more coffee; there are no more magazines. At least for a while.”

Dental practices, like most businesses, have had to retool because of the coronavirus—not only to protect patients and staff but to reassure patients who may be wondering: Is it a risk to go to the dentist?

The changes start from the beginning of a visit. Dentists are extracting some amenities that would be touched by multiple hands (so bring your own magazine) and are limiting the number of

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3 more COVID cases linked to American’s bar crawl in Bavaria

BERLIN (AP) — Authorities in southern Germany have recorded three more COVID-19 infections in people who frequented bars visited by a 26-year-old American woman suspected of flouting quarantine rules in the Alpine resort of Garmisch-Partenkirchen.

The latest cases take the total number of recent infections in the town to 59, including 25 staff at a hotel resort where the woman worked that caters to U.S. military personnel.

Anton Speer, who heads the county administration, told reporters Tuesday that authorities are still waiting for the results of about 300 tests conducted Monday and it was too soon to give the “all-clear.” The three new infections emerged from 740 tests conducted over the weekend.

Bavaria’s governor, Markus Soeder, called the outbreak in Garmisch-Partenkirchen “a model case of stupidity” because the 26-year-old American had gone partying despite having COVID-19 symptoms and awaiting a test result.

Soeder said “such recklessness must have consequences” and

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