Archive for June, 2013

Steps For Preventing Heart Disease in Women

[ 0 ] June 28, 2013 |
Steps For Preventing Heart Disease in Women

While both men and women can develop coronary heart disease, or CHD, women suffer more from the disease than men. In fact, one woman out of 4 will die as a result of a heart attack, more than from any other cause, including breast cancer. The National Institutes of Health considers the low estrogen hormone […]

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Social Relationships And Their Connection To Good Health

[ 1 ] June 21, 2013 |
Social Relationships And Their Connection To Good Health

What makes life enjoyable for the majority of us is our active involvement with friends and family. This is to be expected considering that humans are generally social animals. What might be more surprising is that living longer by delaying or even preventing the development of many diseases may be possible when we have more […]

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For People with High Blood Pressure, There Are Caffeine Substitutes

[ 0 ] June 15, 2013 |
For People with High Blood Pressure, There Are Caffeine Substitutes

Caffeine is the world’s most widely used psychoactive drug and is an addictive ingredient. What’s more, it can be found in many soft drinks and foods that some people will try to avoid when they are intolerant or allergic to it. Another group of people who must often avoid consumption of caffeine are those who […]

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Learning To Care For Loved Ones With Multiple Sclerosis

[ 0 ] June 7, 2013 |
Learning To Care For Loved Ones With Multiple Sclerosis

Maintaining good health is something that should be important to all of us. We can live the fullest, most enjoyable lives when the body functions at its most effective level. Far too many of us take for granted the fact that we are relatively healthy. In contrast, for people diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), staying […]

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