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by I read an article in Wellness.com recent news from Yale researchers Predict "Catastrophic" Ebola Epidemic in West Africa If Aid Delayed. (HealthDay). Now, we have an ER doc returned from an endemic area, after noble service, but in a New York Hospital with Ebola, his fiancé at high risk, and out in the public last 3 days not feeling well. Obviously, his self-monitoring quarantined plan failed. If the...
by Coffee is the most widely-consumed beverage in the world, with more than 2 ½ billion cups of the brew enjoyed daily. Whether your choice is a plain cup of java made in your own kitchen or a fancy espresso drink from your favorite barista, chances are you depend on a jolt of caffeine to make you feel alert in the morning or boost your energy during an after-lunch slump. Most adults enjoy two or...
by You work hard to maintain a beauty routine in order to look and feel younger. Yet despite all of your efforts, you might be sabotaging your own efforts with ineffective or harmful practices. To get the most out of your daily regime, avoid these 10 mistakes that can make you appear older. Skin Care Chaos Your skin care regime, including the products that you use and how you use them, can dramatically...
by Your overall approach to health plays a huge role in the development of future medical conditions, including those that affect the heart. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), heart disease remains the leading cause of death in the United States, even greater than deaths caused by injuries and other diseases such as cancer. To reduce your risk of heart disease, make a...
by Vitamin D can play an important role in keeping you youthful by boosting the immune system, reducing inflammation and protecting against some forms of cancer. Vitamin D also helps keep bones healthy and assists in the absorption of calcium. Are you getting enough Vitamin D?What Makes Vitamin D Different?Vitamin D is different from other vitamins in that your body actually manufactures it with the assistance...
by “The higher your energy level, the more efficient your body. The more efficient your body, the better you feel and themore you will use your talent to produce outstanding results.” ~Anthony Robbins Everyone hits a plateau every now and again when focused on shedding fat—including me. Most everyone who wants to improve their fitness level and lower their body weight needs a push to jump-start their...
by Ebola clearly presents a number of problems for humanity in general—not just for the people of Africa or third world countries. Yes, third world countries are less well-prepared than their richer, better-equipped counterparts, but history has proven that dangerous pathogens have a funny way of ignoring socio-economic boundaries.Although fear-mongering and journalistic sensationalism is certainly not...
by Before we start talking about the future of smart garments with heart rate monitoring built right in the fabric (yes, it’s coming and I’m sure we’ll be writing about it), let’s first take a look at a few of the good ol’, tried & true chest strap heart rate monitors. These are known for being closer to actual EKG readings than the newer wrist-strap models, though technology is evolving quickly for...
by Do you love pampering yourself with face masks, but hate their high price tags? You don’t have to spend your whole paycheck at the beauty counter to get great skin. All the things you need to make your own face masks can be found right at home. They are all free of chemicals and harsh soaps. Harness the power of food and get glowing, healthy skin. Sugar for Exfoliation Sugar is great for exfoliation...
by The first patient actually infected in the United States is a nurse out of Dallas caring for the FIRST victim to enter the United States. The CDC states that the nurse broke protocol, but specifically what protocol did she break? The people want to know; health professionals want to know. The CDC must publish this protocol lapse, so we all can be better informed. I mentioned in the preceding article...