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7 Strategies for Living With Type 2 Diabetes

Type 2 diabetes is dangerous and is becoming more and more common as time goes on. It can lead to kidney disease, neuropathy, and

Jan 18, 2021
Degenerative Joint Disease and Other Inflammatory Conditions That Affect Mobility

When most people think of disease, diabetes, hypertension, or respiratory conditions come to mind as the top disabling conditions. Degenerative joint disease also deserves

Jan 4, 2021
The Ultimate Type 2 Diabetes Management Plan!

Finding out you have type 2 diabetes can come as a shock. You’re going to need to make some major adjustments to your daily

Dec 21, 2020
GERD: Indicators your chronic heartburn might be something more

Do you feel an annoying sensation in your tummy that feels like the acid in your stomach is bubbling toward your throat? You may have chronic

Dec 7, 2020
5 Tips To Treat Erectile Dysfunction At Home

Erectile dysfunction (ED), or impotence, is an issue that can affect men of any age. The cause may be due to a number of

Nov 23, 2020
6 Tips for a Heart-Healthy Lifestyle

It’s a tragic fact but heart disease is the leading cause of death in the world. In fact, in 2016 alone, nearly 10 million people

Nov 9, 2020
5 Tips to Help Prevent Asthma Attacks

Asthma is a condition that affects nearly 30 million Americans. Kids and adults are equally likely to have it. Most children with asthma may

Oct 19, 2020
Never Suffer From Magnesium Deficiency Again

Magnesium deficiency can actually be pretty serious despite what people may believe. Low magnesium is often referred to as the “silent epidemic” in the

Sep 16, 2015
Throw Away Your Favourite Artificial Sweetener (It May Be Killing You)

Could there be a link between breast cancer and artificial sweeteners? For years, manufacturers and the FDA reassured the public that they’re completely safe.

Sep 3, 2015
7 ‘Most Addictive Foods’ to Avoid for a Healthier Life

When people think of addiction they usually think of drugs such as opioids and marijuana. However, it is worthy of note that some of

Aug 15, 2015
10 Reasons How Stress Can Ruin Your Life

Your body faces toxins each and every day. One of these toxins is stress. Stress can greatly affect your health and it can be

Aug 1, 2015
What is Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease?

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, or COPD It is a progressive lung disease that makes it hard to breathe.  COPD occurs when the passages to

Jul 15, 2015
Endometrial Cancer: Risks, Symptoms and Treatment

What increases the Endometrial Cancer Risk Factors? These are some factors that may increase the risk of endometrial cancer: Early menstruation (starting before age

Jul 1, 2015
5 Surprising Benefits Of Eating More Fat

Fat has, for years, been depicted as a big evil when it comes to our diet. It has been shown to cause obesity, heart

Jun 15, 2015
Are You Struggling To Breathe When You Sleep?

What is sleep apnea? Sleep Apnea is when an individual thinks that they are resting but in actuality, there is a complication that is

Jun 2, 2015
Preventing Adult Acne – 3 Tips For Success

Adult acne is a silent attacker Waiting to break out right before some of the most important parts of your life: the prom, the

Nov 17, 2012
Good Health Can Be As Simple As Your Relationships

Did you know that being married could have significant impacts on your health? Studies have found that falling in love and staying in love

Apr 6, 2012
India’s Historic Move to Make Drugs Affordable

Cancer is a word that no one wants to hear associated with them, no matter what kind of cancer. Historically, cancer treatments have been

Mar 27, 2012
Good and Bad Salt

How much salt are you REALLY eating each day? A recent study by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) indicates that we are getting

Mar 20, 2012
Exergames for Seniors

Exercise is particularly important for older adults. Exercise is typically divided into four types: those that work on strength and muscle, those that work

Feb 22, 2012
High Cortisol Levels: Why Late-to-Sleep and Early-to-Rise May Be Hurting You. Badly.

Symptoms of high cortisol levels – We all know it: going to bed late and getting up early, while maybe productive in the short-term,

Jan 4, 2012
Early Onset Alzheimer’s Patients Are Determined To Remain Active

While there is no cure for Alzheimer’s disease, early onset Alzheimer’s patients are proving that the best treatment for the disease is to stay

Dec 8, 2011
Exposed Health Myths

It’s not uncommon for people to believe certain health myths. Those myths could lead to a healthy lifestyle while others just raise questions about

Oct 28, 2011
Understanding Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction: two words you never want beside each other. When it’s mentioned we become silent and get awkward. The truth is about 30

Aug 26, 2011
Obama Care – A Failed Attempt?

It has now been a year since the infamous Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, more commonly known as Obama Care, has been in

Jul 26, 2011
Lowering Triglycerides Levels

Recent studies have shown that borderline patients with high levels of triglyceride can lower triglycerides with a change in lifestyle and a change in

Jun 13, 2011
Dealing with Seasonal Allergies

If the warmer temperatures and the blooming flowers haven’t clued you in, the arrival of seasonal allergies is sure to let you know that

May 16, 2011
The Benefits of Music

Music is part of our everyday lives. We hear it in the elevator, in the malls, and while we drive. We think of music

May 16, 2011
Soap-and-Water Cleanser Can Reduce Skin Infections in Wrestlers

According to researchers at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, 97% of university wrestlers can reduce their risk of skin infection by using soap-and-

May 10, 2011
Coconut Water Craze

Coconut Water, “Natures Energy Drink” is becoming quite a popular health drink that we see more and more people experimenting with. Celebrities too are

Feb 12, 2011
Depression During Pregnancy Can Be Unsafe For Unborn Baby

A new study finds that babies born to mothers who are depressed during pregnancy, have higher levels of stress hormones, decrease muscle tone, and

Jan 25, 2011
The Super Pomegranate!

A pomegranate is a unique fruit in comparison to many of the others. It consists of a hard exterior which protects the pomegranate seeds

Jan 25, 2011
The Best Ways to Keep Your Skin Smooth For Winter

When winter shows up, is your skin ready to handle the cold? Low temperatures, low humidity, and strong winds can diminish the skins natural

Dec 17, 2010
Foods That Reduce Stress and Anxiety

The biggest health disorder in the USA is stress, which leads to various more serious conditions. Breathing exercises and nutritious foods reduce stress. Stress is

Aug 17, 2010
Health Concerns About Dairy

Calcium means strong bones and helps us build muscle, but there are other sources of calcium than milk. Milk actually has harmful effects on

Aug 16, 2010
6 Health Benefits of Watermelon

Watermelon is not only juicy and thirst quenching – it is also packed with vitamins and antioxidants that are beneficial to your health. Summer

Aug 12, 2010
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Aug 11, 2010

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