Sexual Health Issues?

Sexual Health Issues?

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Over the last few months The CMA website has covered a number of topics which have looked at natural therapies used by CAM practitioners, to help people in a number of areas. One area we cover is that of Sexual Health.

Some of the Sexual Health areas of interest include:

Valentine’s Day Cocktail Healthy? Love, Chocolate, Wine?

A top cardiologist from Vanderbilt Heart and Vascular Institute has said that a Valentine’s Day gift of a box of dark chocolates, a bottle of red wine and some loving – could be good for the health of your loved one’s heart.

Can Mugwort Treat Herpes?

A study published in Phytotherapy Research looks at the role Tansy – “Golden Buttons”, or “Mugwort” – can play in treating herpes.

The Way You Relate To Your Partner Can Affect Your Long-Term Mental and Physical Health

The study found that all participants across the sample as a whole experienced sleep disruption after conflict, bearing out the adage “don’t go to bed angry”.

Sexual Satisfaction Part of Successful Ageing

Successful ageing and a positive quality of life are linked to sexual satisfaction.

Marital Changes Associated with Weight Gain

For those over the age of 30, entering into or leaving a marriage can cause large weight gains.

COVID-19: Managing mental health with yoga

A new study has found that movement-based yoga improves
the mental health of people living with a range of mental ...

Could dogs help detect COVID-19?

Working at home a pain in your neck? Try these posture and ergonomic tips


A study has examined the links between heart health and three types of diet: the DASH diet, a different fruit and vegetable rich diet, and a typical Western diet. They came to the conclusion that diets containing a lot of fruit and vegetables are associated with better heart health.

Mount Sinai scientists have identified biological markers present in childhood that relate to the degenerative and often fatal neurological disease called amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.

In an analysis of blood and urine samples from 46,748 US adults, elevated levels of 7 environmental chemicals were associated with markers of kidney disease.

New and diverse experiences are linked to enhanced happiness, and this relationship is associated with greater correlation of brain activity, new research has found.

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