Thu Jun 29 2017

Healthy Living Tips

Treating PMS Symptoms

Posted in Exercise / Fitness, General Medicine, Women's Health

There was a time when many health professionals did not take premenstrual syndrome, or PMS, seriously. Fortunately, those days are gone and there is medical agreement that PMS affects many women just before their menstrual cycles. Common symptoms include cramps, bloating, fatigue, and moodiness. For some women, the symptoms can be severe and medication is [&hellip

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Allergy Pathways in the Body

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

There are many pathways in the body.  There are neural pathways, there are musculoskeletal pathways, there are pathways leading blood throughout our body.  The pathways associated with allergy, they're a little different.  They are through the body, but they can move, and move in rapid directions and move in synchrony.  That's one of the things [&hellip

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Study of Exercise and Extending Life

Posted in Exercise / Fitness, General Medicine, Geriatric Health, Men's Health, Women's Health

When it comes to exercise, any form of exercise is good for you, and according to a report from the National Institute on Aging, any kind of exercise will help extend your life. The officials at the Institute are not just relying on common sense, they’re basing their views on a study. A six year [&hellip

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Burnout-Suicide and Medical Students

Posted in Hospital / Doctor Care, Mental Health

20080901-burnout_and_suicide_and_medical_studentsDeath by suicide is a major occupational hazard for physicians. Male and female physicians have a 40 percent and 130 percent higher suicide rate, respectively, than the general population. This survey of 4,287 students at seven medical schools revealed that many U.S. medical students think about suicide, suggesting that physicians’ increased risk for suicide may [&hellip

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Issues Surrounding the HPV Vaccine

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

The HPV vaccine has been around for a while now. The question is how is it working? Initially, the results are effective, but there are a couple problems associated with it. One of the big problems is that many teenagers now think that because they’ve had that vaccine that they are not susceptible to other [&hellip

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