Thu Sep 03 2015

Healthy Living Tips

Problems Associated with Long Distance Training

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

If you are a long-distance athlete, you probably don’t need me to tell you about the aches and pains that you have to deal with. But what you might not realize is the American Academy of Family Physicians has actually written several articles dedicated to orthopedic issues associated with the training. Now, don’t get me [&hellip

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Depression During Pregnancy

Posted in Mental Health, Women's Health

We’ve talked about postpartum depression many times before. Both postpartum depression and the baby blues can occur in the mother after she delivers, and many in the medical and nonmedical communities are aware of this. But fewer are aware of depression during pregnancy, a problem that can go untreated. The reason it is not recognized [&hellip

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Allergens and Histamine Release

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

Histamine is a receptor that plays a key role in the allergic reaction.  Here's what happens.  Histamine is a chemical in our body that is released.  It's released when we are exposed to something that is going to lead to allergies.  The nice thing about histamine is with its release is an opportunity to feel symptoms [&hellip

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The Mind-Body Connection

Posted in Alternative Medicine, General Medicine, Men's Health, Women's Health

The stress and pressures of modern life can affect the health and well-being of the body. A quality discussion about ways to reduce this stress using examples from doctor-patient interaction. A focus on using meditation and other strategies to manage your life

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Study Uses Cell Phones to Track Human Movement

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

Humans don't travel very far on a daily basis, researchers find in an unusual study that used cell phones to track 100,000 people over six month period.  The cell phone towers recorded people's locations and scientists used this to create a map of human movement.  Most of us don't travel very far.  We make regular [&hellip

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