Paradise Academy of Massage, in Mauldin, South Carolina, has announced that it is accepting new students in its training program to become a massage therapist. The course will be held Monday through Thursday from 4:30 to 9:30 p.m. over a five-month period and will prepare students to become certified as massage therapists.
Enlighten Wellness has moved to a new location in Greenville and expanded to create a comprehensive wellness center. The center is now located at 880 South Pleasantburg Drive, Suite 4-D in the Riverside Office Park.
Keep Joints Naturally Healthy by Lisa Marshall Creaky knees, sore hips, shoulder pain or a stiff neck can be a thing of the past. Thirty-seven percent of American adults 18 and older suffer from arthritis—a catch-all term for a dozen varieties of joint disease—according to the nonprofit Arthritis Foundation. One in two men and two
Precision Wellness, a company which provides unique, one-on-one science-based wellness plans for its patients, has opened a new office at 109 E. Regency Commons Drive, in Greer, South Carolina, inside the Circulation Nation Building. Precision Wellness uses a whole systems
Medical care via membership is gaining momentum. Call Me MD, in Greenville, provides its members with access to affordable medical care at a rate of $49 a month, with no copay or charge for visits, and decreased costs for procedures and labs.
by Roberta Bolduc If you were a fan of mushrooms before visiting Mushroom Mountain, you will leave there in a state of awe at what nature has bestowed upon us with this easy-to-grow, delicious and incredibly beneficial fungi. At Mushroom Mountain, mushrooms come in many different shapes and sizes and are grown in as many varied mediums—logs, cardboard, plastic bags—as you can imagine. But Mushroom Mountain does not just grow an amazing variety of mushrooms. Sitting on 26 acres in Easley, South Carolina, it is a world-class laboratory and research facility
Creating Sustainable Urban Living by Randy Kambic Homesteading is a broad field. “Along with planting produce, we encourage people to compost, change how they use water, learn about biochar—a long-term soil amendment that returns carbon to the earth—and employ creative economics, including bartering and food-sharing systems,” says K. Ruby Blume, of Grants Pass, Oregon, who founded the Institute of Urban Homesteading, in Oakland, California, a decade ago. She’s also co-author of Urban Homesteading: Heirloom Skills for Sustainable Living.
Cardiologists Urge Plant-Based Hospital Meals The American College of Cardiology (ACC) is advising hospitals in improving patient menus by adding healthy, plant-based options and removing processed meats, which have been linked to 60,000 cardiovascular deaths annually.
Warning Regarding Flu Vaccines As the debate rages between health officials and vaccine critics about possible links to autism, mercury seems to be a specific bone of contention. It has long been present in the form
Research from the New York University Langone Comprehensive Epilepsy Center has found that cannabidiol, a non-psychoactive extract of hemp oil, significantly reduces seizure rates in epileptics. Scientists there tested 120 children and young adults with epilepsy and found that the cannabidiol group’s number of seizures per month decreased from 12.4 to 5.9 compared to a statistically insignificant change in the placebo group.