Archive for January, 2012

Boosting Immune System Health – What Research Is Telling Us

[ 0 ] January 27, 2012 |
Boosting Immune System Health – What Research Is Telling Us

Every day of our lives, our immune system is involved in countless small skirmishes with foreign invaders that seek to use our bodies for their own benefit. Generally, the many different cells of our immune system work quite well together to fend of the viruses, fungus and bacteria that would try to take over. However, […]

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Trouble Swallowing – What Are The Risks Of Dysphagia?

[ 1 ] January 19, 2012 |
Trouble Swallowing – What Are The Risks Of Dysphagia?

Like many of the other activities that our body performs automatically, swallowing is something that we do not really think that much about. However, if we think back to the last cold we had that was accompanied by swollen glands, we can easily relate to the uncomfortable experience. Now, me might be tempted to think […]

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The Psychology Of How To Feel Full When Losing Weight

[ 0 ] January 12, 2012 |
The Psychology Of How To Feel Full When Losing Weight

With the constant bombardment from public health officials and the media, it should come as no surprise that being either overweight or obese is among the most significant predictors of poor health. Obesity can lead to diabetes, liver damage, some forms of cancer and is even considered a risk factor for developing asthma. While the […]

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5 LifeStyle Changes That Reduce Pancreatic Cancer Risk

[ 0 ] January 5, 2012 |
5 LifeStyle Changes That Reduce Pancreatic Cancer Risk

Ongoing public education has increased our awareness of the risks of cancer but this awareness might lead us to believe that more and more of us are at risk to die from the disease. Fortunately, this is not the case and over the past 30 years the percentage of people who develop cancer and die […]

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