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People Experience Pain at Different Levels

Posted in Ache / Pain

It's called a pain threshold and there are different thresholds for different people.  People experience pain at different levels and they can aggressively handle pain.  We actually have found that pain thresholds change culturally.  Certain people of certain racial origins actually do not handle pain as well as others.  Is that across the board?  Obviously [&hellip

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Obesity Is a Major Health Issue

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

Obesity is a health problem that continues to grow in this country, and there is no doubt that it is a major issue.  One of the things that I think is of primary importance is that we teach people about proper diet and exercise.  Now, that doesn't mean necessarily that there is one specific answer.  [&hellip

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“Fun Food:” Is It Nutritious? Is It Even Fun?

Posted in Health Tips

20080721-fun_food-is_it_nutritious-is_it_even_fun Most parents are aware of the marketing efforts directed at their kids through advertising. Besides direct advertising on television and in internet games, packaging of food in a way that appeals specifically to kids is another way food is marketed to our kids. All of these tactics affect our kids’ choices (at least their [&hellip

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Understanding HPV

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

HPV, or human papilloma virus, is certainly getting a great deal of attention. The thing about human papilloma virus that’s very important is you have to realize it is a sexually transmitted disease. However, when you get a vaccine against human papilloma virus, or if you have treatment, it doesn’t mean that every specific type [&hellip

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Understanding Anorexia

Posted in Exercise / Fitness, Men's Health, Mental Health, Parenting & Pregnancy, Pediatrics, Women's Health

Earlier this month, we talked about bulimia, a problem that does affect a great number of people in college. Anorexia is another problem. Anorexia nervosa gets a great deal of attention because people will actually starve themselves, and yet, despite starving themselves, they think that they’re overweight. The problem with anorexia is body self-image. The [&hellip

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