Wed Jul 26 2017

Healthy Living Tips

Can Kids Watch Too Much TV?

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

Can you watch too much TV if you’re a child? Absolutely. Studies have shown that children who watch more than two hours of TV a day get themselves into situations where it can affect learning, their attitude, and even their emotions. I think the important thing is if you watch television, you should enjoy it, [&hellip

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Acupuncture Is An Effective Tool

Posted in Ache / Pain, Alternative Medicine, Men's Health, Women's Health

Acupuncture gets a lot of grief in medical circles, but there are those who believe it’s an excellent form of treatment and I’m one of them. I think acupuncture, if used along with a doctor’s supervision, can be an effective tool. A tool that we can use and use effectively in trying to help people [&hellip

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Complete Blood Count

Posted in Health Tips

A CBC—especially the red blood cell (RBC) differential—offers valuable information that can point your assessments in the right direction, help confirm your assessment findings, and perhaps even provide an immediate diagnosis. To read more on this topic use this link to the PDF article&hellip

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Antibiotics Effectiveness and Overuse

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

I’m a big fan of antibiotics. Now, what do you mean a big fan? Well, a big fan because I have seen antibiotics save lives again and again. If you think about the times prior to antibiotics, you have to realize that we were actually victims of all sorts of bacterial infections we couldn’t do [&hellip

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Smoking, Drinking, and Exercise Can Interact with Genes

Posted in Blood Pressure, Drug / Alcohol Abuse, Exercise / Fitness, Foods / Drinks, Genetics, Research, Smoking

Smoking, drinking, and exercise can interact with genes.  That's according to a report from the journal Circulation.  They say that smoking, alcohol consumption, and a lack of exercise can cause a person's genes to influence their odds of developing high blood pressure.  Researchers analyzed the information from more than 3,600 people from 14 to 93 [&hellip

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