Month: March 2019

exercise depression

Depression may respond to exercise – The Washington Post

Exercise Depression As much as we might dread starting an exercise session, there is something exhilarating once we get into the exercise. It’s not uncommon to hear “exercise helps me clear my mind” or “exercise relaxes me” and so on. It should be little surprise, then, that exercise may reduce depression. This recent study may …

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egg debate

Are eggs good or bad for you? New research rekindles debate | KSL.com

Egg Debate The great egg debate continues. Once vilified, the egg has been released back to the American diet but that may be subject to change yet again. Cholesterol continues to be the concern which is abundant in egg yolk. However, there may be a larger undercurrent in the American diet. Americans are adopting “clean …

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daily aspirin not recommended

Daily low-dose aspirin no longer recommended as heart attack preventative for healthy adults – CNN

Daily Aspirin Not Recommended For so many years, we heard that even healthy adults should taken aspirin daily to lower the risk of cardiovascular events. Now research shows daily aspirin not recommended and that it may even add to a person’s risks.  Even the arguably low risks of aspirin should help demonstrate the need to …

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positive wellbeing helps autism

Positive well-being may protect against depression in people with autism — ScienceDaily

Positive Wellbeing Helps Autism Sometimes it’s just better to build on the positive rather than focus on the negatives. In line with HealthCare Too’s philosophy that we need healthcare and not just “sick care”, recent research highlights the value for adults with autism to receive positive wellbeing care, not just focus on ailments. In an …

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U.S. Women’s Health Lagging

U.S. Women’s Health Lagging | Managed Care magazine

U.S. Women’s Health Lagging A recent Commonwealth survey of women’s health showed  U.S. women’s health lagging countries with similar economies. Particularly noticeable is the exceptionally high incidence of chronic diseases among U.S. women compared with other nations. Understanding that U.S. women have access to he same medical treatment and pharmaceuticals as women in all these countries, perhaps …

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