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Archive for July, 2015

What you need to know about MERS?


Date: July 9th, 2015

What is MERS?

Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome. What are the Symptoms of MERS?

Health Hazards your Pets have in the summer


Date: July 8th, 2015

As it gets warmer outside, we start to enjoy more outdoor activities, and our indoor pets are also allowed more outdoor playtime. While our pets are outside, there are several things that can put them in danger.

Tips for Runner’s Knee Prevention


Date: July 7th, 2015


You may be one of the people who live by the saying “if you see me running it will be because something is chasing me.” Running is actually a very beneficial activity that can help reduce your risks of developing type II diabetes, heart diseases, obesity, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and even some forms of cancer.

Vitamin D’s Reduction of Menopause Symptoms


Date: July 6th, 2015

The Study on Menopause Symptoms

The study included participation by more than thirty four thousand women living in the United States, who were between the ages of fifty and seventy nine years of age. The researchers followed the women for six years and kept records on the most frequently reported menopause symptoms they experienced, and the severity of those symptoms.

Reduce Heart Disease by eating Plant Based Diet


Date: July 5th, 2015

Reduction of Preventable Deaths

The three leading causes of death that can be associated directly with your diet are caused by heart disease, stroke, and some cancers. These three health conditions have been associated with the high consumption of red meat, and processed foods.

Delayed Cord Clamping Increases Motor Skills


Date: July 4th, 2015

Benefits of Delayed Cord Cutting

When doctors delay cutting the umbilical cord of newborns from ten seconds after birth to three minutes after birth, the baby will have an increase in the amount of iron in their blood lasting through the first few months.

Early Diabetes Detection may Lower Heart Disease Risk


Date: July 3rd, 2015

Researchers in Europe looked at a large group of people between the ages of forty and sixty nine and they concluded that when the screenings for diabetes were done on people at later stages in life, the risk of their lives having a cardiovascular event within five years increased.

What Studies on Poverty and Heart Disease Reveal


Date: July 2nd, 2015

Socioeconomics and Heart Disease

A recent study of black women in Mississippi revealed a startling truth about heart disease and poverty. Black women under the age of fifty who were in the lower socioeconomic brackets were more than twice as likely to suffer a heart attack or stroke, compared to women who had greater financial resources.

Does getting a 2nd Opinion make a Difference?


Date: July 1st, 2015

When people are diagnosed as having chronic conditions, or major conditions, then they often feel the need to go to a second doctor to see if they say the same things. Even when the second doctor confirms the diagnosis of the first doctor, the people report feeling comforted by the second opinion.