Posts Tagged 'health'

5 Reasons to Prioritize Healthy Food for Healthy Life

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The key to healthy living is to eat properly. When you consume healthy food your body is supplemented with all the necessary enrichment. So much so that eating right food has a direct impact on our way of thinking and how an individual feels. A healthy diet boosts immunity gives you energy and makes you feel good. All you have to do is find the right combination of food supplements which comprise required levels of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.

Posted by Suzanne Winchester Oct 25, 2016 Posted in Obesity 1 Comment

Restore with Water

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October is widely known as Breast Cancer awareness month with cities hosting several walks and races. Sadly most of us can say that we know or have known someone who has journeyed this road.  Those whom are surviving can find themselves in a de-conditioned state in the blink of an eye.  Everyone that is dealing with the recovery of cancer will echo the same thing.  I want to feel better, get stronger and increase my endurance. 

Posted by Windy Wills Oct 14, 2016 Posted in Disability 1 Comment

Healthy and Disability

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Did you know that there is a significantly higher prevalence of smoking among people with a disability? In fact according to the CDC, the smoking rate for people with a disability is up to 50% higher than the national average. One in four adults with a disability smoke.

Posted by Helen Maddison Oct 12, 2016 Posted in Disability 1 Comment

Unexpected Lessons…The Emotional Impacts of Injury

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It has been a little less than a year since I broke two bones in my ankle. I have written previously about the importance of support following an injury and about the arduous process to discover why I went from being able to walk an average of 3 miles a day to barely being able to get from one side of a room to the other. After a series of visits to various Doctors and specialists, I finally received an accurate diagnosis and found out the pain I was experiencing was from stress fractures. A stress fracture is one or more tiny cracks in a bone.  I was applying excessive force on weak parts of my ankle.

Posted by Kerry Oct 10, 2016 Posted in Uncategorized 1 Comment

Top 3 Ways To Build Muscle & Strength

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There are two reasons as to why I watch the Olympics/Paralympics, the first is the demonstration of just how strong some of us can be and the second is the way it causes all of us to realize; just how far behind we are and how much we can improve. If your motivation stems from watching the Olympics/Paralympics or you are just looking to quickly increase your athletic ability, then follow along as we reveal the 3 most effective ways to build muscle and strength.

Posted by Phillip Duncand Oct 07, 2016 Posted in Uncategorized 1 Comment

Are You Addicted to Oxycodone?

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One of the great modern medical breakthroughs in pain relief medication was the development of Oxycodone. A powerful, partly synthetic opiate painkiller, Oxycodone has been a blessing to those suffering debilitating pain from diseases like cancer, bone degeneration and other conditions that can result in intense pain of a sort that was difficult to relieve before the arrival of Oxycodone. However, Oxycodone has a dark side to it as well.

Posted by Suzanne Winchester Sep 28, 2016 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments

Prevent Pressure Ulcers for Wheelchair Users

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Pressure ulcers or bedsores arise if you have an inadequate supply of blood flow to the skin in a particular region. They form when your skin and soft tissue presses against a harder surface such as chair or bed for a long time. This pressure reduces the blood flow to the area. Lack of blood supply damages the skin tissues resulting in pressure ulcers. The most typical reason for a pressure sore is the lack of movement. So, it is common in people who are moving in wheelchairs or lying in a bed. People who are overweight or underweight can also develop pressure ulcers. It also happens to people who are not able to control their bowels or bladder and people who spend a lot of time in one position.

Posted by Renu Sharma Sep 26, 2016 Posted in Disability 2 Comments

6 Things You Need To Know About Glaucoma

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According to reports by the US Center for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC), some 2.2 million Americans aged 40 years and over are affected by Glaucoma. What is it and might you or your loved ones be at higher risk of developing this disease?

Posted by Jazz Poland Sep 16, 2016 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments

All Natural, Safe and Highly Effective Supplements to Help Boost Athletic Performance

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Whether you’re a casual gym-goer, fitness enthusiast or dedicated bodybuilder, your body needs the basic essential vitamins and minerals to maintain its normal daily functions and properly recover from any level of exercise. However, for athletes who are seeking improved performance and sustained energy as you endure your rigorous workouts, there are certain nutrients that can provide the added support needed.

Posted by Sara Jane Adkins Sep 08, 2016 Posted in Uncategorized 2 Comments

AspireAssist: How does it help to Lose Weight?

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The AspireAssist is a Food &Drug Administration (FDA) approved non-surgical weight loss solution for people suffering from obesity. It is a 15-minute procedure performed under twilight sedation as general anesthesia is not required. In fact, the patient can return back to home or office within one or two hours of the treatment.

Posted by Suzanne Winchester Sep 01, 2016 Posted in Obesity 1 Comment