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HERBAL PASTE MAY PREVENT WORSENING OF LUNG DISEASE SYMPTOMS: Researchers have concluded that, for sufferers of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, topical summer use of an herbal paste traditionally known as Xiao Chuan, or XCP, may help prevent the worsening of COPD respiratory symptoms that commonly occurs in winter. (COPD is a lung disease that includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis and often includes shortness of breath and coughing.) By tradition, XCP, mainly comprised of the herbs Ephedra vulgaris, Asarum heterothropoides and Acorus gramineus Soland, has been used in China for a thousand years as a general remedy for breathing problems. But scientists tested its effectiveness in lessening common winter exacerbations of COPD symptoms by applying the paste to acupuncture points on the back of the neck of some participants, four times over eight weeks during July and August and monitoring subjects from November through February. During winter months, subjects given XCP experienced significantly less steroid use, significantly fewer episodes of shortness of breath, and improved quality of life compared to patients receiving placebo treatment. This study was presented today, May 17, 2011 at the American Thoracic Society international conference in Denver but has not yet been published or posted.

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Among seniors, one of the key independent risk factors for falling is - having a fear of falling. A study reported in the August 20, 2010 issue of the British Medical Journal found that even among elderly persons with a very low physiological risk of falling, and no other reason to fall, their actual fall rate coincided with their perceived risk and fear of falling. A greater number of these low-physiological-risk but high-perceived-risk fall victims were women. Patients who fear falling should receive advice and interventions on how to avoid falling.

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