Sat Aug 27 2016

Healthy Living Tips

Strengthen and Stretch to Reduce Back Pain

Posted in Ache / Pain, Men's Health, The Body, Women's Health

The most common cause or complaint in young adults now is back pain. There is no doubt that back pain is a problem from a wide variety of causes. Obviously, stress and strain can cause the difficulties, but it addition to that, if you’re not in proper condition and don’t have enough of abdominal support, [&hellip

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Uncontrolled High Blood Pressure Is A Major Concern

Posted in Blood Pressure, Heart Health

There are many reasons to be concerned about uncontrolled high blood pressure. The major concern is the increased risk of heart attack and stroke. But one of the things that most people don’t think about is the fact that uncontrolled high blood pressure over a prolonged period of time can lead to damage to the [&hellip

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Accidents Are the Leading Cause of Death in Teens

Posted in Parenting & Pregnancy, Pediatrics

It's a saying that comes by again and again and it's one that you don't think about until it hits home or until it hits someone you clearly are close to and that is, "The leading cause of death in teenagers is accidents."  Accidents happen in teens at a higher rate.  The reason it's the [&hellip

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Yeast Infections in Teen Girls

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

Yeast infections can be particularly frustrating for teenagers when they have one for the first time.  There can be a discharge, there is vaginal itching, and there are a lot of symptoms that are somewhat embarrassing and they may not be willing to talk about it.  It may be a good idea to talk with [&hellip

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Reliance on Pain Pills

Posted in Ache / Pain

One of the things we're having a problem with these days is that people are relying a little too much on pain pills.  Pain pills certainly can have advantages in that they actually help us do a little better in life, they actually help us get through pain.  But some people actually rely on them [&hellip

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