Sun Apr 30 2017

Healthy Living Tips

Exercise and Knee Injuries in Girls

Posted in Exercise / Fitness, Parenting & Pregnancy, The Body, Women's Health

Knee injuries are very common and clearly they are very common in young girls who are exercising. Now, I’m not saying exercise is a bad thing, in fact, it is a fantastic thing. But what we’re finding is that young girls who play sports like basketball and volleyball and field hockey are running back and [&hellip

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Aggressive Driving Tendencies

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

You may have noticed it out on the roads. People appear to be getting more aggressive in their driving patterns. Basically, people are getting more aggressive. The aggressive tendencies increase as we get into the later spring months, and also it increases motor vehicle accident risks. If you look at medicine as we head into [&hellip

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The Cost of Treating Diabetes

Posted in Diabetes / Blood Sugar

I talk about it all the time.  It's the growing problem of childhood obesity.  On many occasions, we have no answer, but there is no doubt that we are a society that is overweight.  With extra weight comes extra health problems.  According to a new report from a pharmaceutical manufacturing company, the growing diabetes epidemic [&hellip

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Genetics May Put People at Risk for Depression

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

In the past several months, there have been several studies that have supported the claim that mental illness is much like any other health condition.  There is a physiological cause.  The reports have found that genes shape brain structure and function, which in turn may contribute to development of depression.  This means there is more [&hellip

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Stokes and Antidepressants

Posted in Anxiety / Depression / Stress, Medications, Stroke

Antidepressant medications help prevent depression in people who’ve had a stroke and may also be beneficial is other ways, a recent study concluded.’ Rafael Llinas, a stroke expert at Johns Hopkins, comments

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