All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Helps’

  • Aromatherapy Helps Patients Post-Surgery

    Aromatherapy Helps Patients Post-Surgery
    Aromatherapy is increasingly used in hospital settings. In new research, aromatherapy was found to help relieve nausea and vomiting after surgery. Two groups of patients, together numbering 301, participated in the study. One group received true …
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    Aromatherapy found effective for postoperative nausea
    Postoperative nausea (PON) is a common complication of anesthesia and surgery. Antiemetic medication such as ondansetron and droperidol for higher-risk patients may reduce but does not reliably prevent PON. Dr. Ronald Hunt, MD, anesthesiologist, …
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  • Candida Cure | How Ultimate Candida Diet Helps People Treat Yeast Infection Quickly

    Seattle, Wa (PRWEB) March 26, 2013

    Ultimate Candida Diet is the newly updated Candida cure developed by Lisa Richard, who promises to help sufferers treat their Candida quickly and permanently. This is an unique method that offers a 5-step treatment plan for treating Candida based on more than 100 separate medical research studies. This program comes with a downloadable e-book in PDF format and email course so that users can follow with ease. Thanks to this natural program, sufferers can get rid of their yeast infection within 60 days, and they can save a lot of money that they often spend on buying expensive supplements. After the author introduced the new guide, she received a lot of ideas from customers regarding their success with Ultimate Candida Diet. Therefore, the website Health Review Center tested the natural program and has reported a full review.

    The complete review of Ultimate Candida Diet on Health Review Center points out that this is an effective and safe Candida treatment method that can help sufferers treat Candida quickly and permanently. The program contains three e-books that have lots of advice and strategies, which teach sufferers how to get rid of Candida safely. When sufferers become members of the program, they will receive printable shopping lists and a 10-part email course that teaches them how to treat their condition. In other words, they will discover 8 different factors that may cause their yeast infection. Users will get questionnaires that help them diagnose their Candida. Additionally, suffers will learn about healthy foods that can help them eliminate their yeast infection permanently. Sufferers also learn about some unhealthy foods that can make their problem worsen. They will discover alternative therapies that can expel yeast infection toxins and relive their symptoms. With this new guide, sufferers will prevent their Candida from reoccurrence again. In fact, this is an effective treatment method that can help Candida sufferers treat their problem permanently and naturally.

    Daniel Sam from the site Health Review Center says that: Ultimate Candida Diet is a new and helpful treatment method that teaches sufferers how to treat yeast infection naturally. The program provides users with lots of step-by-step instructions that help them follow with ease. Moreover, it will give a 60-day money back guarantee if users are not happy with the result.

    If people desire to achieve the strong and weak points of Ultimate Candida Diet, they could visit the website:

    For those who wish to get direct access to view Ultimate Candida Diet review should visit the official site.


    About the website: is the site built by Tony Nguyen. The site supplies people with tips, ways, programs, methods and e-books about health. People could send their feedback to Tony Nguyen on any digital products via email.

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  • Buying Lavender Helps Local Farmers succeed

    (PRWEB) June 11, 2005

    Sequim, Washington (Pronounced sk-wim) – Sequim is one of the most beautiful places in America, and, because of that, its agricultural way of life has been threatened by expanding population and development. The answer is lavender. This is the story of how a group of small farms got together to grow and brand lavender to save farmland and an agricultural way of life.

    Sequim’s majestic setting at the sheltered end of the Olympic Peninsula provides abundant sunshine, fertile soil, and a mild maritime climate – perfect conditions for growing intensely aromatic and vibrantly colored lavenders of all types. “It’s the soil that we’re trying to keep,” said Tom Mix, one of the founders of the Sequim Growers Cooperative (SGC). We want to encourage people to buy farms and create farms… and grow lavender.”

    It is not merely lavender that is grown in the Sequim and Dungeness Valley; it is arguably the finest lavender in the world. “The Sequim Growers Cooperative was founded to produce high quality lavender products while preserving agricultural heritage,” said Marie Barnett, SGC’s Marketing and Sales Director. “Small farms and new farms needed a way to market products together, not to compete against each other. We could have competed with each other right out of our way of life. The cooperative and its website give us a chance to reach out to the general public with our products. People can learn about us, buy wonderful lavender products and support our cause – which is to keep agricultural land farm land and to provide superior products.”

    The cooperative provides a website for people all over the country to purchase lavender and lavender products ( “Sequim Lavender is lovingly grown on small farms,” said Nancy Radich, owner of Rocking N Ranch and member of SGC. Products from the members of SGC can not only be found on the website but locally at the Port Townsend and Poulsbo Farmers Markets. Barnett is taking orders from retailers who wish to carry SGC fresh lavender bundles during “Fresh Lavender Season”. She is also responsible for the outreach across Washington State and the nation.

    “For thousands of years, lavender has been the sweetly satisfying scent of summer,” explained Barnett. “The spiky-stemmed lavender, with square-shaped blossoms and distinctive fragrance is a delight to your senses. You will find all Sequim Growers Cooperative quality lavender products to be distinctive and enchanting.” Visitors to the SGC secure online store will find unique lavender gifts, sachets, oils, home products, buds, bundles and more all produced by its 19 farmers and growing. In addition, the wholesale area offers bulk pricing and large order discounts are offered by calling Barnett directly.

    “The Sequim Quality Seal is your assurance of quality and the commitment that we will provide lasting satisfaction,” explained Barnett. “The Sequim Growers Cooperative is a 501(c)6 nonprofit. Our commitment is to provide the finest quality lavender so our farmers can maintain their agricultural quality of life. We are also committed to seeing that the town of Sequim and its surrounding area does not completely lose its amazing fertile soil. We are asking consumers everywhere to help us in this by purchasing products off our website.”

    Those interested in learning more about the Sequim Growers Cooperative can visit its website at The Sequim Growers Cooperative is a producers co-op dedicated to producing the very highest quality lavender products while preserving agricultural heritage. You may also contact Sequim Growers Cooperative, P.O. Box 4046 Sequim, WA. 98382. Phone: 360-681-8553.

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  • Pet Microchip Helps to Locate Pet Pooch Lost for Over One Year and 1,260 Miles Away From Home

    San Diego, CA (PRWEB) July 7, 2004

    On Tuesday June 30, the King County Animal Services Shelter (Seattle Washington) left a phone message at the Seymour home in San Diego that Dharma their lost dog was found. About sixteen months ago Dharma went missing from the family yard. The beloved pooch was found roaming the streets of Federal Way last week near Seattle Washington. With a scan for a microchip, an AVID FriendChip™ was found through Avid’s Recovery Network, PETtrac™. The Seymour Family was revealed as the owner. “This obviously shows the value of pet microchip identification,” said Al Dams, an administrator for King County Animal Services, “We hope this nice story will be a reminder to all pet owners to have your pet licensed and microchipped. This reunion occurred because the microchip provider had the correct and updated information in the system. We believe in the use of microchips for pets because, as with Dharma, it may provide the needed phone call to get them home.”

    Losing Dharma was almost unbearable to the Seymour family. Three years ago the Seymour family adopted the Lab-Samoyed mix puppy. “When she became missing we searched all of the local shelters, we created posters, we looked everywhere and we were broken hearted not to have her at home. Everyone understood the pain that our children Laura and Joseph were going through, but Dennis and I were also terribly hurt by the loss. We all viewed Dharma is a member of our family. When we adopted Darma everyone in the family fell in love and she became our third child.” Daughter Laura chose the name, but son Joseph became the big brother and protector of this new family member. Dharma and Joseph were together most of the time and Dharma even slept each evening on Joseph’s bed.

    The family has been overjoyed with the return of Dharma, but overwhelmed is the word used to describe the support of all of the people who have been involved in the process of the family being reunited. According to Peggy Russell-Seymour “AVID ID Systems invented the pet microchip technology and developed the FriendChip™ microchip that Dharma has implanted and the recovery system PETtrac™ that brought her home. The FriendChip™ and PETtrac™ systems saved Dharma.”

    The Seymour family learned first-hand the value of United States Standard pet microchipping through their local community; The San Diego County Department of Animal Services and the California and San Diego Veterinary Medical Association have one of the most successful and aggressive microchipping programs in the nation. “Microchipping pets is one of the most important steps pet owners can take to help us stop the unnecessary euthanasia of animals,” according to Pauline White, Executive Director of San Diego Veterinary Medical Association. While this story is encouraging, a similar story had a very negative outcome last month as Banfield Pet Hospital has been microchipping pets with a non standard (ISO) chip. A puppy in Virginia was euthanized because there was not a well established recovery system in place. Banfield Pet Hospital has stopped marketing the ISO pet microchip.

    About AVID ID Systems, The Microchip Company:

    Based in Norco California, AVID ID Systems is the inventor of pet microchip technology. To date Avid has microchipped over 9 million pets in the United States using the United States Standard 125 MHz frequency. Avid PETtrac™ System fields an average of over 8 thousand calls a week, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and reunites thousands of lost pets with their families throughout the United States.

    Contact: Anita Woodley – For Avid Identification Systems, Inc.

    Salmon Creek Public Relations Inc.

    Vancouver, WA 98686


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  • What herbal/natural pills and vitamins helps with impotence?

    I am 19 yrs old and I’m dealing with impotency problems. I’ve been eating right, exercising, not smoking, etc..but I still have this problem. I am not taking any medication so there isnt any side effects and please spare me the whole psychology of it all. I just want a herbal pill or something to help me out. I have heard about Horny goat weed, but is there any other herbal pills out there just to see what else I can research?

  • Facebook posting helps find kidney donor that saves child’s life

    The baby boomers at 65
    They are the generation that changed the social landscape, reshaping – and at times revolutionising – how we live, work and play. Now the boomers have reached a new milestone.

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    Facebook posting helps find kidney donor that saves child’s life
    Many people warn of the time-wasting element of social networking but Cathy and Don Becker, of Dayton, have Facebook to thank for their granddaughter’s life. Cathy’s granddauther Vivica Lloyd, 10, was born with multiple life-threatening conditions. The past decade spent in a whirlwind in and out of hospitals and on bended knee in prayer has culminated in a grand victory for Vivica. The journey …

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