Fri Jul 31 2015

Healthy Living Tips

Tips for Breast Cancer Prevention

Posted in Health Conditions, Women's Health

One out of eight women will suffer from breast cancer. Now, if you get breast cancer when you’re younger, clearly there is a greater chance of problems. It usually is more serious, in the sense that it’s tougher to eradicate. The best ways to prevent breast cancer are basically to try to eat healthy, to [&hellip

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Dealing with Dry Skin

Posted in Health Conditions

Dry skin is not always associated with allergies.  Clearly, it can occur on it's own.  But one of the things I find with dry skin is the fact that the irritation that comes along with it can be quite frustrating.  Dry skin is dealt with in many ways, but one of the simplest things is [&hellip

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Development of Smokeable Pain Killers

Posted in Men's Health, Pharmacy, Women's Health

There is some research I like, some I think is worthless, and some I’m not so sure about. Now, here’s one I’m not so sure about. Now, think about it. It’s a tough one. A pharmaceutical company is studying the idea of a pain killer that can be smoked. Alexa Pharmaceuticals is studying drugs that [&hellip

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PMS is a Real Medical Issue

Posted in Women's Health

PMS, or Premenstrual Syndrome, used to be laughed at. There was a time when people would say, ‘Oh, it’s just PMS. A person is acting out because of PMS.” They kind of said it with a sarcastic tone. That it really wasn’t a problem. Well, guess what? It is a problem. It is a major [&hellip

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Attachment to Pets

Posted in Men's Health, Parenting & Pregnancy, Pediatrics, Women's Health

Is it good for a child to be attached to a pet? Certainly it is, as long as a child knows the pet may not be with us forever. That’s a very important thing to discuss early on with children. Talking about life and death in the terms that a child can understand. A pet [&hellip

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