Archive for March, 2014

Improving The Quality Of Life When Living With Arthritis

[ 0 ] March 23, 2014 |
Improving The Quality Of Life When Living With Arthritis

Many privileges come with age, including being able to drive, to vote, to legally consume alcohol, and to become eligible for senior discounts on groceries, hotel rooms, and dinner at favorite restaurants. With age also comes responsibility, and for some people, aging also means an increased chance of developing some form of arthritis. The Centers […]

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Managing Stress Levels To Avoid Addiction Risks

[ 0 ] March 15, 2014 |
Managing Stress Levels To Avoid Addiction Risks

For many individuals, anything that disrupts normal daily activities and expectations can be reason enough to be stressed. According to the studies conducted by Dr. Suzanne Thomas, associate professor at the Center for Drugs and Alcohol Programs, stress is a major contributor to the relapse of an individual who is dependent on alcohol. People who […]

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Rethinking A Healthy Diet To Include More Plant-Based Foods

[ 0 ] March 7, 2014 |
Rethinking A Healthy Diet To Include More Plant-Based Foods

he role of diet in maintaining good health and preventing illness has become mainstream in the past decade or so. But things have not gone far enough and individuals can do a lot more through diet, exercise and stress management to prevent chronic diseases such as coronary artery disease, diabetes and many cancers. A Healthy […]

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