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Difficult Health Problems. Part 1

Thursday, July 26th, 2012

Exercise can be a hard product to sell, even though scientific evidence backs it up. Thousands of studies support that regular exercise helps to prevent chronic disease and improve quality of life. Unfortunately, many scams promise to help people achieve these benefits without the time and effort required by regular exercise. (more…)

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Combining Wellness & Technology

Tuesday, July 24th, 2012

Today’s health club clients are a diverse group of special populations, from those seeking rehab, to individuals requiring exercise prescriptions to accommodate special needs, to athletes who have specific competition goals. What this means is that the fitness center staff has more information than ever to convey, and an even more difficult task of identifying what information to communicate to which members. (more…)

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Ways to Increase HGH Naturally. Part 2

Friday, June 22nd, 2012

2. Fasting: Eating infrequently will keep insulin levels low, and your body will respond by boosting HGH levels. The process of fat burning will speed up, as you hang on to muscle mass. But this is only true if one fasts intermittently, since the body goes into starvation mode when long-term fasting takes place. (more…)

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Ways to Increase HGH Naturally. Part 1

Friday, June 22nd, 2012

HGH is an extremely popular supplement. A lot of very famous people have gotten into trouble for buying HGH injections illegally. What is so alluring about HGH (human growth hormone)? It is a hormone, the function of which is to burn fat while maintaining muscle mass. Who doesn’t want to keep muscle and loose fat? (more…)

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When to Seek Medical Attention

Friday, June 22nd, 2012

When you come down with a cold or pull a muscle, you don’t necessarily rush to visit a doctor. Most people understand that these conditions usually subside on their own in a short time. The same is true of acute back pain. While back pain certainly can be uncomfortable and debilitating, most people will find that it will go away by itself within a month, with or without medical treatment. (more…)

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Gallstones, Vomiting & Pregnancy. Part 2

Wednesday, May 16th, 2012

When a pregnant woman experiences nausea and vomiting, gallbladder disease must be considered. However, other causes must be entertained as well. Keep in mind that some nausea and vomiting occurs in over half of all pregnancies. But obviously, a pregnant woman who vomits for eight months is not the typical case. (more…)

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Gallstones, Vomiting & Pregnancy. Part 1

Wednesday, May 16th, 2012

Q.How is a gallbladder attack or gallstone problem affected by pregnancy? I have a friend who has thrown up for eight months, and the doctors told her it was probably her gallbladder. They said gallbladder problems often occur during pregnancy. Why? (more…)

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Caregiving and the End of Life, Part 2

Wednesday, May 16th, 2012

“The grief of caregivers is not a subject that’s talked about too much,” said Lamers, now based in southern California. “Physicians developed a way of guarding themselves against grief when a patient died. When I was developing hospices 25 years ago I had to let go of that.” (more…)

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Caregiving and the End of Life, Part 1

Wednesday, May 16th, 2012

“We all need to heed the warning we get from stewardesses on a plane: In the event of an emergency, oxygen masks will drop from the ceiling — put yours on first.” That’s the metaphorical advice of Suzanne Mintz, president and co-founder of the National Family Caregivers Association. (more…)

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What Are the Symptoms of Cervical Cancer?

Friday, May 4th, 2012

For early-stage cervical cancer, especially in the preinvasive stage, there are virtually no symptoms, which is why screening is so important.
Often women have advanced disease before abnormal bleeding occurs. (more…)

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