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Nambe Drugs Offers Local Allergy Remedy AllerPops

first_img“Cliff has done a lot of research on it, and he’s so good at explaining this. We’ve had him give a presentation to all the pharmacists in our stores,” Lovett said. “It’s great to be able to support someone local.” AllerPops were created by Dr. Cliff Han, a biologist at Los Alamos National Laboratory. After struggling with a terrible year-long case of allergies, he tested his own saliva and discovered that it wasn’t the junipers that caused the allergy symptoms, but instead it was a lack of friendly bacteria in his mouth. His research revealed a general principle that explains why people have allergies and other common ailments. The Theory of Negative Trigger describes the fundamental relationship between bacteria and the human host’s immune system. “I think it’s going to be a very effective product. The people who suffer from allergies should give it a shot,” said Tom Lovett, a registered pharmacist and co-owner of Nambe Drugs. “Anytime you’re treating the root cause of a problem, it’s a good thing. This is a product that helps your body build up the probiotics that help you fight off the allergies.” Do AllerPops Really Work? NAMBE DRUGS News: This theory led to the invention of AllerPops. Taking AllerPops restores the friendly oral bacteria that play a role in keeping allergies at bay by soothing the immune system. Nambe Drugs is at 111 Central Park Square and can be reached at 505.661.9560. Nambe Drugs in Santa Fe is at 501 Old Santa Fe Trail. The Santa Fe number is 505.455.2256. Visit www.nambedrugs.com. Benjamin Jarett left a five-star review on Amazon: “I have had allergies since I was a child. I’m in my mid 40’s now. Over the years I have taken prescribed items as well as many natural items to try and combat allergies that last all year. Sneezing, runny nose, itchy eyes, congestion, sinus pressure – the usual. On the local news, I saw a story about the AllerPops. I looked at the product with great skepticism. How could something like this work? But willing to try anything to improve my situation I ordered a box. The instructions were simple enough to follow and I did as they recommended. I used two pops in my first round. The first day I used half my allergy medication and felt fine. Day two I used no allergy medication and felt fine. I went two weeks with no allergies. I was dumbfounded. I decided to repeat the procedure again just for good measure. Not sure I needed too. It’s now been more than a month and I am allergy free. Not a little free, but a lot free! I understand the concept and the science, but how it works so fast and effectively is beyond me. I am blown away by this product and immensely appreciative.” AllerPops is an alternative to antihistamines and decongestants that only last 24 hours, at best. AllerPops often works after one treatment, and more important, they don’t cause serious side effects. Find out more about AllerPops at www.allerpops.com. Juliana Rabe said, “I just don’t have enough nice things to say about this product and its developer. Thank you thank you from the bottom of my heart. You are truly giving people their lives back. My experience with Allerpops has been nothing short of a miracle. I still can’t get over how simple and immediate it is. Of course, it was this easy! All those allergy pills, steroids, toxic antihistamines, trips to the allergist, shots… NEVER AGAIN.” Pick up AllerPops at Nambe Drugs Before Allergy Season Since launching the product in 2018, AllerPops has asked all its customers to fill out a satisfaction survey and the customer feedback has been very positive. “I always say that the least amount of medication is the best,” Lovett said. “One big drawback to antihistamines is that they cause side effects like dry mouth, drowsiness and blurred vision. And when they are combined with decongestants, they can elevate your blood pressure.” Nambe Drugs, a family-owned pharmacy in Los Alamos and Santa Fe, is now carrying AllerPops, a natural allergy remedy that corrects the underlying cause of allergies instead of masking the symptoms. Unlike typical allergy medications, one box of AllerPops is often enough AllerPops inventor Cliff Han, center left, with Nambe Drugs co-owner Tom Lovett and staff holding boxes of AllerPops at the pharmacy at 111 Central Park Square. Courtesy photo B. Desmond said, “I suffer greatly from Juniper pollen allergies. While in full allergy attack this year: sneezing, running nose, itchy eyes, feeling absolutely lousy… I followed the instructions by brushing my teeth, cleaning my tongue, and swooshing 120-degree water in my mouth. Over 3 days, I had two suckers. All symptoms stopped after the first sucker. For me it was/is truly a miracle drug!”last_img read more

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Cultivating Vitality With Michelle: Mitigating The Mental Health Fallout Of COVID-19, Part 2

first_imgBy MICHELLE HARKEY-WILDELos AlamosAs we discussed last week, it is important to stay healthy physically and mentally all the time, but for many people it might be more challenging now.There are four factors currently present for many people which are also predisposing conditions for trauma. They are listed here with some ideas for mitigating the factors.Unpredictable situation – We function best when we can anticipate most of the variables we encounter each day. Some people have a higher tolerance for surprises, but overall, it suits us to know things will be according to plan. The COVID-19 situation is continually evolving, but we can create increased predictability with what we choose to do with ourselves. Try creating a schedule and following it as much as possible. Create some plans for something you’d like to do and do it or enjoy looking forward to it.Inescapable situation – Being trapped, or immobile, unable to get away from the pain and difficult situation is very traumatic for our mind/body. To combat this, build as much personal movement into your day as possible. Get outside and exercise, build something, garden, cook a meal or hold a private dance party in your front room. Try yoga, tai chi or qigong from home. Show your body you are free to move in many ways.Loss of social connection – We are social creatures, so isolation is very painful, even when it does not seem to be. Create a calendar of connections with people. Set up virtual coffee or dinner ‘together’ via video chat. Consider playing games, reading books or watching a movie with a friend or relative who lives far away using technology. When possible, increase the connection by using video chat over phone calls and emails or texts.Loss of body connection – When the internal pain becomes too great, the natural inclination is to block the pain or strong emotions by discounting or dissociating from the physical and/or emotional pain which manifests in the body. This numbing or “spacing out” is a sign things might not be going well if it continues for too long (we all do it occasionally, even when things are great). Practice noticing what is really happening in your body through mindfulness and acceptance. Self-compassion is essential. Learn to observe yourself and make mindful choices to connect with yourself through loving touch and good self-care.Doing activities which decrease the impact of this potentially traumatic situation is important for everyone of all ages. Many people I talk to each day are struggling in some way and these tools are the ones I recommend.Remember, if you need professional help, it is a sign of strength to recognize this and seek appropriate care, whether it is for physical or emotional reasons. Thanks for reading and stay healthy!Michelle Harkey-Wilde is a licensed mental health counselor, Body-Connection Coach, massage therapist and integrative wellness specialist. This column is for educational purposes only and does not create a client-practitioner relationship. You are responsible to exercise caution in implementing any ideas contained herein and accept responsibility for your actions. Consult with your physical and mental health practitioners before implementing any new practice.last_img read more

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PEEC Announces Virtual Events Of The Week

first_imgJoin PEEC’s new online book club to read Gathering Moss by Robin Wall Kimmerer. The group will have its first meeting 5:30 p.m. Sunday, July 26. The book can be purchased through PEEC’s online gift shop for curbside pickup at the nature center. Courtesy/PEEC PEEC Visitor Services Manager Christa Tyson leads a vinyasa flow yoga class 10 a.m. Sundays. Courtesy/PEEC The Dorothy Hoard Memorial Butterfly Count is Saturday, July 25. Participants should photograph the butterflies they see at home, on a hike or while exploring their neighborhoods and send them to PEEC to participate in this annual community science project this year. Photo by Bob WalkerPEEC News:The Pajarito Environmental Education Center (PEEC) has a variety of virtual events coming up this week for all ages to enjoy.The Los Alamos Nature Center is closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but there are many ways to engage with PEEC online.This week, craft a gong at PEEC’s weekly virtual Summer Family Evening, explore dwarf planets in this week’s astronomy talk, take a yoga class, join a new online book club and more.Most events will take place via the streaming platform Zoom and registration is required for all programs in order to receive the meeting link and password. Visit peecnature.org/events to sign up now!PEEC’s schedule of events for the week:Wednesday, July 22:Join PEEC for a virtual Summer Family Evening, sponsored by Del Norte Credit Union at 6 p.m. At this week’s events, participants will make a gong with staff from the Los Alamos County library using a disposable roasting pan and at-home art supplies. Find the full materials list on the event webpage on PEEC’s website. Do you need a disposable roasting pan for this activity? Stop by Mesa Public Library or the White Rock Branch Library 10 a.m. to noon to pick one up.Friday, July 24:This week’s astronomy talk will be all about dwarf planets. Join Paul Arendt at 7 p.m. to learn how Pluto, and several other major objects in our Solar System, have come to be categorized as dwarf planets.Saturday, July 25:The annual Dorothy Hoard Memorial Butterfly Count is still happening this year! Instead of counting as a group as per usual, participants are encouraged to document the butterflies they see at home, on a hike or in their neighborhoods. Registered participants will receive instructions to send photos of their observations to PEEC to have their observations counted in this community science opportunity.Sunday, July 26:Join PEEC’s Christa Tyson for her weekly vinyasa flow yoga class at 10 a.m. This class costs $5 for PEEC members, $7 for non-members and is free for PEEC volunteers.Finally, on Sunday evening, PEEC will begin its new online book club! Participants will read Robin Wall Kimmerer’s Gathering Moss. Local software engineer Ed Santiago rereads this book annually and will lead the discussion. The book can be purchased through PEEC’s online gift shop for curbside pickup for a 10 percent discount for book club members. The club meets 5:30-6:30 p.m. Sunday, July 26 and Sunday, Aug. 2.Be sure also to check out PEEC’s Take It Outside summer nature challenge. Participants can enjoy weekly blog posts and outdoor challenges about different topics. If they report back to PEEC on their experience, they can earn stickers! This week’s theme is weather and climate. Participants can learn about monsoon season, craft a weather station, play in the rain and more.For more information about this and other PEEC programs, visit www.peecnature.org, email publicity@peecnature.org or call 505.662.0460.About PEECPEEC was founded in 2000 to serve the community of Los Alamos. It offers people of all ages a way to enrich their lives by strengthening their connections to our canyons, mesas, mountains, and skies. PEEC operates the Los Alamos Nature Center at 2600 Canyon Road, holds regular programs and events, and hosts a number of interest groups from birding to hiking to butterfly watching. PEEC activities are open to everyone; however, members receive exclusive benefits such as discounts on programs and merchandise. Annual memberships start at $35. To learn more, visit www.peecnature.org.last_img read more

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LandSecs buys £80m Midtown scheme

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MOX-Linde wins safety awards

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Construction & Engineering – Solid Foundations

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Western Link Affects Prysmian Results

first_imgPress Release, August 04, 2014; Image: prysmian Italian cable specialist Prysmian released its figures for the first half of 2014. Sales amounted to €3,287 million compared with €3,504 million in the first half of 2013, posting organic growth of +1.3%, assuming the same group perimeter and excluding metal price and exchange rate effects.“The results of the first half of 2014 include the financial impact of the problems encountered in the execution of the Western Link project and the effects of exchange rate trends” explains CEO Valerio Battista.The total impact is estimated to EUR 94 million in 2014, and UER 167 million for the entire duration (2014-2016).The company reported EBITDA of EUR 204 million which was 27.8% lower comparing to the same period last year.Net financial position was up 23% to EUR 1,209 million.First-half sales for the Industrial business were weaker than expected. The Telecom business, which had already reported the first signs of trend reversal in the first quarter, posted a positive performance in volumes.last_img read more

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An exclusive deal

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NEC contracts: Don’t look back in anger

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New dawn for Shipping.dk

first_imgThe Dutch-built 3,500 dwt Pacific Dawn is geared with two 120-tonne cranes, combinable to 240 tonnes.The line says the ship has been especially designed to convey transformers and generating sets, project cargoes, windmill equipment and breakbulk cargo.It has a speed of up to 19 knots and offers 950 sq m of deckspace.Shipping.dk operates several offices in Denmark, Italy, France, Holland, UK, Germany, Estonia and Spain with a wide agency network throughout other countries. The line has extensive experience and competence in project cargo and offers solutions to all forms of transport including: OOG, heavylift, door-to-door and just-in-time cargo.last_img

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