Sat Nov 25 2017

Healthy Living Tips

Living a Normal Life with Asthma

Posted in General Medicine, Health Conditions, Parenting & Pregnancy

There was a time, not that long ago, when people with asthma were told to cut back activities. It was common that children would be told to avoid gym class or playing on sports teams because of asthma symptoms. But more than that has changed as we’ve learned more about the condition and control of [&hellip

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Think Yourself Full

Posted in Brain / Memory, Foods / Drinks, Women's Health

A small study on British university women suggests that thinking back to your last meal may help you feel full and eat less.  Researchers told the women they were participating in a cookie taste test, but in fact, they were measuring how many cookies the women ate.  Some of the women were told to think back on their [&hellip

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Daily Pressures and Anxiety

Posted in Ache / Pain, Mental Health, Women's Health

All of us face anxiety but for some women it can be a particularly serious problem. Especially if it causes what we call emotional paralysis. Some people become so tense and so anxious about the pressures of daily life that they aren’t able to seriously evaluate the pros and cons of certain things, and they [&hellip

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Dust is an Allergy Trigger

Posted in Health Conditions, Men's Health, The Body, Women's Health

Dust is a problem. Now, let me say it again. Dust is a problem. We don’t really think about it, except that it might be lining the furniture, or it could be annoying and not look good from appearance standpoint. But if you’re someone who suffers from allergies, dust is a major problem. The dust [&hellip

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Aspirin and Reye’s Syndrome

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

You might have heard that aspirin is not good for children. It’s not. It can be linked with a problem called Reye’s Syndrome. Reye’s Syndrome is a neurologic issue. It is associated with taking aspirin. Now, aspirin in older age groups is fine. In fact, as you know, it is the wonder drug. It does [&hellip

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