Is when you eat as important as what you eat?

by Tony in General Health 239 Views Jan 16, 2017

A new study has found that erratic and irregular eating habits can be linked to an increased risk of metabolic syndrome, which is a combination of high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes and obesity. Continue reading →

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Top advantages of excercise

Top advantages of excercise

by william in Exercise 473 Views Jan 15, 2017

Physical activities such as jogging, athletics, walking, all of which can be grouped as exercises are important to maintain one's health at all ages for both men and women. Regular exercises are especially helpful for people who are usually involved in occupations that don’t require a lot of movement, such as administrators, office assistant, lawyers and accountants among others. Many people are not aware of the advantage that can be drawn from regular exercises. For best results, the type and amount of exercises performed will depend on the age and even health of a person. If the correct type and amount of exercises are performed, all parts of the body will function at their best. By performing exercises for a period, the muscles become rigid in tone, active and operate at maximum efficiency. Fatigue and associated aches and pains are deferred during the exercise. The heart, whose role is to pump blood around the body, works more efficiently. For example, when a person is ... Continue reading →

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What is Peritoneal Mesothelioma?

What is Peritoneal Mesothelioma?

by Ashley Stafford in Cancer 398 Views Jan 8, 2017

Peritoneal mesothelioma is a type of mesothelioma occurring in the peritoneum. The peritoneum is a tissue that lines the abdominal cavity, providing support and lubrication for the internal organs inside this cavity. This type of mesothelioma is observed in about 25% of all mesothelioma cases. The latency period between exposure to asbestos and the development of peritoneal mesothelioma lasts for decades, usually anywhere from 20 to 50 years. This type of mesothelioma usually does not spread to other body parts, especially when compared to the other three types.   What causes Peritoneal Mesothelioma? Peritoneal mesothelioma, just like any other form of mesothelioma is caused from exposure to asbestos. However, peritoneal mesothelioma is thought to develop after the asbestos fibers are ingested. Once the asbestos fibers enter the abdominal cavity, they can easily become lodged in the peritoneum. These asbestos fibers will gradually lead to disrupting natural cell movement, cell ... Continue reading →

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How Keeping Healthy Habits In Winter Can Help You Beat Depression

How Keeping Healthy Habits In Winter Can Help You Beat Depression

by Jennifer Scott in Lifestyle 494 Views Jan 8, 2017

Wintertime can leave us feeling hollowed out, tired, and disoriented due to longer nights and shorter days, and sometimes those feelings can lead to seasonal depression. For those that suffer with depression year-round, the coldest months can be a very difficult time to get through. As temperatures plunge, its important to take charge of your mental health and be proactive about staying healthy, active, and happy during this difficult time of year. One of the best things you can do is try to focus on the positive things. If you arent a fan of cold weather and bleak grey skies, consider booking a brief vacation in a warm destination. Wait for sunny days and make plans to get outside and build a snowman with the kiddos, or walk the dog and enjoy the scenery. Doing what you can to promote positivity during winter will help you appreciate it more and will give you something to look forward to when the temps drop. Here are a few tips on how to do just that. Continue reading →

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Ways to improve your life in 2017

Ways to improve your life in 2017

by Tony in Self Improvement 326 Views Jan 5, 2017

There is certainly no shortage of information out there. As helpful as these techniques are in helping people grow and improve, it is the strength within that makes the biggest difference in helping people deal with their own individual problems because not everyone goes through the same problems Continue reading →

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Food Science and How It Has Become Relevant to Your Health

Food Science and How It Has Become Relevant to Your Health

by Tony in Food & Diet 339 Views Jan 3, 2017

The new findings about processed food are now raising the question, “What exactly are we putting into our bodies?” Processed food has made its way into every aspect of our lives, and most of us cannot imagine what life without it would look like. Processed food may be convenient, but it is not the healthiest option out there Continue reading →

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Some significant steps to fight against Vertigo

by Tony in General Health 235 Views Dec 13, 2016

Have you ever experienced a feeling of dizziness or faintness that came out of nowhere? Those feelings are frustrating you and get you all edgy. It is possible that you suffer from vertigo, a well known condition when you feel like your head is spinning. It is only natural Continue reading →

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Motivate You to a More Self-Improved You

by Tony in Self Improvement 211 Views Dec 13, 2016

Having low self-esteem is a very debilitating thing. It causes us to be doubters of our potential and we are generally in a mode of procrastinating. The effects of low self-esteem cause us to be low on the totem pole of life and this is never a good place to be. Continue reading →

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Lack of Dietary Fiber Danger!

Lack of Dietary Fiber Danger!

by Ebele in Food & Diet 761 Views Dec 8, 2016

Are you a big fan of fast foods? This article is for you. You might change your opinion on fast foods after reading this article.Dietary fiber is essential in our everyday diet for many health benefits including disease and physiological disorders Continue reading →

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Some Warning signs of Breast cancer

Some Warning signs of Breast cancer

by Tony in Cancer 378 Views Dec 3, 2016

The most pronounced sign of a breast cancer infection is the growth of a new lump in the breast tissue. This particular lump feels so different from the rest in the tissue, an event that should be considered a cause of alarm. These masses most often are painless, firm and stationary with irregularly shaped edges. Continue reading →

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