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12 Things Happy People Do Differently — And Why I Started Doing Them
By, Jacob Sokol
Posted on: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jacob-sokol-/things-happy-people-do_b_3869793.html
A lot of people have midlife crises. Me, I had a quarter-life crisis a few years ago, when I turned 24. There was no impulse purchase involving a red Mustang or electric guitar, but as my iPhone alarm woke me [...]
Why Ice and Anti-inflammatory Medication is NOT the Answer
By Josh Stone, MA, ATC, NASM-CPT, CES, PES, FNS on November 7, 2013
In July I posted a blog discussing the overuse of cryotherapy. The controversy surrounding the topic made it one of the most popular blogs I’ve written. What is surprising to me is that a controversy [...]
What is National Women’s Health Week?
National Women’s Health Week is a weeklong health observance coordinated by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office on Women’s Health. It brings together communities, businesses, government, health organizations, and other groups in an effort to promote women’s health. The theme for 2012 is “It’s Your Time.” National Women’s [...]
Everyone gets food cravings. Some more than others and no one really knows why. The reasons may be physiological or psychological. But until they invent the little blue anti-craving pill that gets rid of food craving without causing any other harm, you can let the craving pull the strings or you can assert your authority.
Food cravings are like some unknown force inside poking at you, poking at you. While it’s strange that someone can mention Thai food and right then and there I will know within a week I will have to have Thai food, real food cravings are something altogether different.
I’ve had my share. There was a time [...]
September 19th marks the first day of the UN meeting on noncommunicable disease. Gathering in New York are representatives from around the world concerned by the growing epidemic of preventable disease like diabetes. Reuters reports that worldwide every seven seconds someone in the world dies of complications from diabetes.
Every seven seconds.
This meeting is a sign [...]
Two new systematic reviews have found that acupuncture therapy can provide patients who suffer from tension and migraine headache an alternative treatment for their pain.
Tension headaches are the most common headaches, and generally cause infrequent mild to moderate pain, but in a considerable number of patients, tension headaches are so frequent that they require treatment. [...]
Insulin resistance occurs when the body produces enough insulin in response to sugar consumption, but the insulin is not able to perform its function within the body properly. Insulin is a hormone whose role is to signal cells to bring sugar from the blood stream into the cells, so it can be turned into energy. When an individual [...]
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