POST PUBLISHED INMarch, 2010
March 29th, 201011:06 PM ETI ran across another one of those 'duh' studies....stating what has been known for a long time....which is that when you give someone antibiotics it is going to kill off the ‘good' gut bacteria that lines our intestines. This is important because that ‘good' gut bacteria provides over 50% of your immune system. The one good thing abou...
March 25th, 201010:45 AM ETMarch Madness Many of us enjoy watching what happens on the basketball court during March Madness, the annual NCAA basketball tournament. This year's tournament has seen several favored teams lose in either the first or second rounds. One big upset that occurred was the 9th seeded Northern Iowa Panthers victory over the number 1 seeded Jayh...
March 24th, 201012:49 PM ETThe inability to get a good night sleep is a huge problem that effects our overall health. It's when you repair and recharge your body. In fact, sleep is when you release your growth hormones and activate your immune system. So, the lack of sleep can be detrimental to your overall health. When people tell me they have problems sleeping, the firs...
March 18th, 201012:24 AM ETOsteoporosis is a major problem facing both men and women. The way you can tell it is a big problem is to watch television and see how many commercials you see for a specific ailment and drug to go with it? How many commercials do you see for people to drink more milk? And how they want you to think that milk and calcium is the ultimate cure alo...
March 07th, 201010:13 PM ETOckham's Razor is the principle proposed by William Ockham in the fourteenth century: ``Pluralitas non est ponenda sine neccesitate'', which translates as ``entities should not be multiplied unnecessarily''. This is often simplified to "the simplest solution is usually the correct one" - I like to think of dieting in the same way. A more straightfo...
March 07th, 201010:09 PM ETThe human body is made up of approximately 55 to 65 percent water. Water is essential to life, without question; however its impact on weight loss and long term weight loss maintenance always seems to reveal some controversy. The science from a number of studies suggests that drinking water may promote weight loss, but the argument from there is ho...
March 07th, 201010:06 PM ETHealth and disease are processes. Disease has a course of action just as health does. It develops for a reason. Both are multi-faceted, have many variables, and combine a number of causes, some of which are out of our control. We are all aware of the process of disease, but many of us quibble as to the process of health. We continually search for h...
March 01st, 201012:56 PM ETThe 2010 Winter Olympics are over. Over the course of 17 days of this year's competition, Team USA earned 37 medals -- the most ever by one country in one Games, besting Germany's mark of 36 set at Salt Lake. The feat was even more impressive considering it was the first time the U.S. earned the most medals in a Winter Olympics since 1932 at La...
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