Health and Healthcare
Posted 12/24/15 at 4:38 AM | Claire John
Sometimes it appears as if some of the foods we value least are the most beneficial to our health. For instance, nuts are loaded with healthy fats, protein, antioxidants, sterols, fiber and plenty of minerals and vitamins. When it comes to nuts, walnuts rank among the top with compounds that help boost your health in various ways. All you should have is a handful of walnuts in a day to reap these immense benefits. Studies have shown that regular consumption of walnuts can help in weight loss, improve heart health, and enhance your skin appearance among others.
Here are the 6 main reasons why you should make walnuts part of your regular diet:
1. Helps In Weight Loss
According to the latest and weight loss news, incorporating a healthy amount of walnuts in your meal can be helpful in the maintenance of a healthy weight over time. In one study, more than 30 participants who substituted other foods for walnuts and other nuts managed to lose more than a pound per week than their counterparts. They also managed to lose half an inch from their waist for the same period. The study also linked consumption of walnuts with increased satiety after only 3 days. FULL POST
Posted 12/21/15 at 4:09 AM | Sylvie Simms
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Posted 12/19/15 at 5:50 AM | Claire John
Dark circles, sagging, puffiness, crow's feet; does the number of ocular cosmetic problems that can occur leave you cross-eyed? Don't you wish there was a single eye treatment that dealt with all of them? Well close your eyes and make a wish because Solvaderm has just the product: Eyevage. This multi-action eye cream was developed to deal with the gamut of problems that can occur around the delicate eye area. It contains a range of active ingredients, each one designed to work in conjunction with the others to deliver an eye cream that really can eradicate a series of unsightly problems both cosmetically and in the longer term through preventative action.
A form vitamin K called Phytonadione, which has reparative properties that heal bruising, works to eradicate the discoloration under the eyes that can lead to dark circles. It also boosts elasticity, the disappearance of which in the delicate skin under the eyes is one of the first real signs of ageing. FULL POST
Posted 12/16/15 at 3:09 AM | Sylvie Simms
http://www.rebeccashouse.org/content/eating-disorders-and-holidays | Eating disorders in America affect approximately 10 million women and 1 million men. See more stats in our infographic by visiting..
Posted 12/14/15 at 6:48 AM | Sylvie Simms
http://wellsource.com/lifestyle-conditions-to-combat-chronic-conditions | Find out how a few changes to your everyday lifestyle could help you combat some of the worst chronic diseases and even help you recover.
Posted 12/11/15 at 1:08 AM | Sylvie Simms
http://www.keratoconusinserts.com/blog/?p=4667 | Keratoconus is an eye condition that affects about one in every 2,000 people. While the disease is not very common, it is important to learn about the condition and treatment options available in case you or a family member is diagnosed with Keratoconus. The cause of Keratoconus is unknown, but many experts believe that genetics plays a large role.
Posted 12/7/15 at 4:41 AM | Sylvie Simms
http://certifiedcodertraining.com/what-you-need-to-know-about-the-icd-10-changes | Find out what the main differences are and what you will need to know about the changes from ICD-9 to ICD-10.
Posted 12/7/15 at 1:48 AM | Sylvie Simms
http://www.sageday.com/blog/the-battle-with-teen-anxiety | Learn more about what causes teen anxiety and our theraeutic approach to help teens overcome their anxiety.
Posted 12/2/15 at 2:38 PM | Welby O'Brien
Winter is off to a brutal start this year for many of us. And just the mention of the holidays and the Christmas season can send chills up our spines! Along with guilt because this SHOULD be “the most wonderful time of the year”… or so they say. Add to that the imposed assumption that people of faith should NOT get stressed about anything, let alone one of our most quintessential days of celebration!
Unfortunately, we are human. Christians or not, this can be a very hard time for many. Cold stormy weather, darkness, power outages, holiday hooplas, excessive special events, family stresses, increased financial pressures, painful memories, extra obligations, overloaded schedules, junk food galore, lack of exercise, more crowds, less space, emotional upheavals, etc.
I received a desperate message from a young mother reeling from a recent divorce:
"There’s no way I am going to make it through this year!” FULL POST
Posted 12/2/15 at 5:45 AM | Claire John
I have managed health food stores for the last 18 years and so I know quite a lot when it comes to natural remedies. With all this experience and knowledge, my son still went into depression. When he was just 18 years old! I don’t know how this happened under my watch but it happened. Well, you would think that I would have prescribed a natural remedy myself with my vast experience and the likelihood that I would get it for free at work.
You thought wrong. I had no natural remedy in mind at that time. In fact, I was opposed to the idea that he should be given a natural remedy. I have not said that they don’t work or that I don’t trust them, it is only that none of the products we were dealing with had the capabilities of healing my son. I found myself at a very tight corner. I was not comfortable with my son taking pharmaceuticals—I am not implying that they don’t work or that they are harmful, I just think that there are better ways to treat depression. FULL POST