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Mercy Medicine Clinic – Florence, SC: Home

Mercy Medicine Free Clinic has been serving Florence and Williamsburg counties for more than 25 years. Our employees and volunteers come together to provide free medical and dental assistance to low income, uninsured adults without healthcare benefits. Our goal is to maintain a free medical clinic founded on the Christian principles of love, faith and compassion.  

I was sick and you cared for me

Matthew 25:36

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At Mercy Medicine Free Clinic, we believe. We believe that with the help of Christ and the community we can improve health care of our neighbors. Once you walk through our doors, you are walking into loving hands. Hands of people who strive to serve. We seek to use medical knowledge with Christian love and compassion to heal our patients.

We provide to those who are less fortunate free:

                                         Medical treatment and education
                                         Free medications

                                         Dental care

In 2019 we served

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What is Integrated Medicine?

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Dr. Leo Galland
20 Fifth Avenue
Suite 1E
New York, NY 10011
(212) 989-6733

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What is Integrated Medicine?

couples the latest scientific advances with the most
profound insights of ancient healing systems, giving you the best ways
to preserve health, increase longevity and speed recovery from illness.

is a revolutionary approach to healing people —
not just treating diseases — using the unique tool called person-centered

recognizes that the outcome of all health care is
strongly dependent upon four powerful influences in the lives of each
person. These four pillars of healing are:

Relationship. The social support network: family, friends, involvement in community,
and a strong-patient alliance.
Diet and
Nutrition, habits, and the daily pattern
of rest and exercise.
A healthy
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Center for Holistic Medicine | Restoring Balance to Body, Mind and Spirit

For your convenience, all of our doctors and practitioners are now conducting appointments over the phone or via Skype, FaceTime or Zoom, etc. Virtual appointments can be billed to your insurance, the same as an in-person visit, based on your policy. New patients welcome!


Call us at 847-236-1701 ext. 0 to from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday to schedule an appointment.


Our Apothecary is open for curbside pick-ups or deliveries. Call 847-236-1701 ext. 1 or order online.

Choosing integrative care for yourself can be a puzzle.  You know that your health does feel right; you know you don’t want to mask what can be mysterious symptoms. You know that you want one place that can help you solve the puzzle.

Within our state of the art integrative medicine facility, The Center for Holistic Medicine providers work collaboratively, bringing all the elements of healing the root cause of illness and

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Remote medicine is the latest tool in the fight against coronavirus

Danbury – Health care leaders are fighting the stifling effect that the coronavirus is having on doctor’s visits with popular technology.

And patients don’t need to leave their home.

Thanks to newly relaxed rules in Washington, D.C., and Hartford, Connecticut families can visit the doctor virtually, using the same teleconferencing technology that has made apps such as FaceTime and Skype household names.

“The patient-doctor relationship is still there,” says Dr. Christopher Lehrach, president of the medical group for Nuvance Health, a seven-hospital network that includes Danbury and Norwalk. “You are still having face-to-face consultations, and elements of the physical examination are still there, such as visual observation, and it is still our own physicians caring for our own patients.”

Lehrach should know.

As the COVID-19 pandemic escalated into a public health crisis, average daily doctor visits to the Nuvance medical group dropped 40 percent, from 5,000 to 3,000. But since

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Laughter is the Best Medicine

It’s fun to share a good laugh, but did you know it can actually improve your health? Learn how to harness the powerful benefits of laughter and humor.

Women sitting together on park bench, laughing

The benefits of laughter

It’s true: laughter is strong medicine. It draws people together in ways that trigger healthy physical and emotional changes in the body. Laughter strengthens your immune system, boosts mood, diminishes pain, and protects you from the damaging effects of stress. Nothing works faster or more dependably to bring your mind and body back into balance than a good laugh. Humor lightens your burdens, inspires hope, connects you to others, and keeps you grounded, focused, and alert. It also helps you release anger and forgive sooner.

With so much power to heal and renew, the ability to laugh easily and frequently is a tremendous resource for surmounting problems, enhancing your relationships, and supporting both physical and emotional health. Best

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Conference on Medicine and Religion

Regretfully the 2020 CMR has been cancelled due to all the concerns about COVID 19.
We are disappointed to not be seeing so many friends, old and new.
More information about when and where the 2021 CMR will be held, will be posted here in the coming days.

In the meantime, we trust you will join us in praying for G-d’s mercy and protection on all those affected by the virus and the responses to it.

True to Tradition?  Religion, the Secular,
​and the Future of Medicine

March 22-24, 2020 — The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio

Pre-conference activities will begin at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday.
The conference will conclude at 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday.

The medicine we know today has a history, and that history sets the terms for what we expect medicine to become in the future.  What are the historical sources of contemporary medicine?  What has been

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Veterinary Hospital | School of Veterinary Medicine

Due to developing circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, including adhering to physical distancing and limiting public gatherings, the UC Davis Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital is currently altering its patient receiving process. Clients are now being asked to stay in the parking lot, where they will be greeted by a hospital employee. Learn more about the patient receiving process in this video:

As of 8am March 19, the VMTH will be OPEN FOR EMERGENCIES ONLY. Currently, this status is scheduled to stay in place until at least May 1. Based on the mandatory shelter in place order for Yolo County, the hospital’s receiving will be restricted to emergent medical conditions, follow up of current patients with urgent medical needs, and ongoing chemotherapeutic and radiation therapy treatments. Veterinary facilities are considered essential during these times, and our aim is to remain open in order to provide patient care to animals with

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Medicine Hunter | Medicine Hunter

Medicine Hunter Chris Kilham. Photo by Jeff Skeirik

The three-fold purpose of MEDICINE HUNTER, INC. is to promote natural, plant-based medicines, to protect the natural environment, and to support indigenous cultures. The company was founded by CHRIS KILHAM, a medicine hunter, author, educator and TV personality who has conducted medicinal plant research in over 45 countries and lectures worldwide about holistic wellness and botanical medicines. As a SPEAKER and guest expert on TV in U.S. and international markets, he advocates for traditional botanical medicines, including psychoactive and psychedelic plant medicines such as cannabis. Chris has been featured in The New York Times, Outside Magazine, Psychology Today, Playboy, LA Weekly and Newsweek and appeared on CNN, NBC Nightly News, The Dr. Oz Show, ABC Good Morning America, ABC Nightline, ABC 20/20 and many other top-tier media venues. He has written fourteen BOOKS, including The Ayahuasca Test Pilots Handbook, Psyche Delicacies

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Sweet Medicine Shoppe

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Welcome to Sweet Medicine Shoppe

We are a retail and wholesale company specializing in items of beauty from Grandmother Earth. Our store offers a wide assortment
of products including crystals, herbs, marriage baskets,
pendleton blankets and other shamanic supplies. Throughout our site you will find items designed to assist you in your spiritual
quest and add beauty to your everyday life. We honor all ways and paths that lead to greater enlightenment. Our products reflect
this diversity.

This website celebrates our dream to support and inspire the ever-growing community of spiritual seekers and stewards of
Grandmother Earth. We hope you are touched by the beauty of Grandmother Earth and her many gifts as you journey through our Shoppe.

many blessings, Karen & the staff at Sweet Medicine Shoppe

Featured Items

We continue to add new products for your ceremonial needs, including:
Dolphin Whistles,

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Bioelectronic Medicine | Home

Bioelectronic Medicine is an open-access journal that provides a necessary and specific publication platform for the growing field of Bioelectronic Medicine.

This field brings together material science, biochemistry, biophysics, molecular medicine, neuroscience, immunology, bioengineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, computer science, mathematics, artificial intelligence, and other basic and clinical disciplines. Bioelectronic Medicine promises to bring new insights into the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and conditions as varied as cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, obesity, diabetes, asthma, paralysis, blindness, bleeding, ischemia, organ transplantation, cardiovascular disease, neurodegenerative diseases, and others.

Bioelectronic Medicine focuses on electrical signaling in the nervous system. Insights into the regulatory functions of the nervous system and technologies that record, stimulate, or block neural signaling to affect specific molecular mechanisms are the primary focus of the journal. The journal will also feature bioelectronic approaches for monitoring and controlling biological processes, for providing insights into host and pathogen physiology

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