protect and regenerate

end pandemics

In line with Circularity Healthcare’s mission to provide real and affordable healthcare, we have partnered with #Endpandemics, a global alliance to protect and regenerate nature, to help prevent future pandemics by ending the commercial trade in wild animals, expanding wild habitat, and protecting livelihoods. Your contribution will not only protect our global health and save wildlife, it will also safeguard global biodiversity, enhance sustainable agriculture, and mitigate climate change. Circularity Healthcare will also be donating its products to every member of the network of this charity to help them stay healthy.

With states in the initial stages of reopening their economies, early research seems to indicate that the stay-at-home orders may not have had as much impact on the spread of COVID-19 as the
COVID-19, Industry News, Sepsis
For two years, living has been like trying to survive between a rock and a hard place, as the saying goes. I’ve been on death’s door more than once, from
User Story, Wound Healing
About Dr. Geoffrey Watson Watson Wellness Center in Oakland, CA A native and resident of Oakland, California, Geoffrey Watson obtained a Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration from the University
COVID-19, Diabetes, Expert Interview, Sepsis
treat underlying condition in covid patients
Patients dealing with underlying health issues, including diabetes and chronic heart conditions, as well as COVID-19, may find fast and painless relief from an over the counter (OTC) device. An
COVID-19, Diabetes, Industry News, Sepsis, Wound Healing
Read article in PRWEB An emerging biotech leader with operations in more than three dozen countries, Circularity Healthcare has announced its Series A fundraising campaign to raise growth capital as
Company News, Diabetes, Wound Healing
WASHINGTON — U.S. health regulators are telling five drugmakers to recall their versions of a widely used diabetes medication after laboratory tests found elevated levels of a contaminant linked to cancer. The
Diabetes, Industry News
Michael Mcglamry
About Dr. Michael McGlamry Forsyth Foot and Ankle Associates, Cumming, GA Dr. McGlamry was born and raised in Atlanta.  He graduated from Tucker High School in 1982, and earned a
COVID-19, Diabetes, Expert Interview, Sepsis
Felix Sigal
About Dr. Felix Sigal Foot and Ankle Clinic, Los Angeles Podiatrist Dr. Felix Sigal, DPM is a podiatry specialist in Los Angeles, CA. He graduated from California College of Podiatric
COVID-19, Diabetes, Expert Interview, Sepsis
Diabetes mellitus is a disorder of sugar metabolism. The blood sugar level is regulated mainly by the hormone insulin. If the amount of insulin produced is insufficient (type 1 diabetes),
Venous hypoxia has long been postulated as a potential cause of varicosity formation. This article aimed to review the development of this hypothesis, including evidence supporting and controversies surrounding it.
Spider / Varicose Veins
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