Sunday, January 20, 2019

75 results for 'health'

Who Do You Trust?

By DKIdea, published on May 12, 2014

...some things out and that in doing so, my decisions will reflect intelligence. Recently I have come to question this ability in others (well…to be honest, this isn’t the first time) when I see so many people still giving trust to entities that have no regard for them.

I take my health very seriously…so why would I trust a company, any company with the primary goal to make money, with my personal well being? I wonder how many people really ask themselves this very same question, especially when I see so many on prescription drugs trusting that a pharmaceutical company... (more)

Tags: health, drugs, trust, politicians, corporations, fda, pharmacy, human interest, sheep, gmo

Viral Ads Draw Attention to Talented Youth and Good Causes

By Albertsons Denims, published on Apr 20, 2014

...New Hampshire. Youth diagnosed with chronic illnesses don't often get a chance to share their stories with the world, and Children's Hospital is working to change that. Get inspired by watching these youth dance, grin, and have fun. Videos like these help us get a behind the scenes look at the health care community, and they raise awareness about the importance of medical research funding.

Gibson Kids Rock

Many people don't equate lottery tickets with philanthropy, however the system in New York actually contributes a portion of lottery ticket sales to the state's school... (more)

Tags: health

List of super foods for healthy Brain and Nervous system

By Peter Siddel, published on Mar 28, 2014

There are many super foods that are helpful in the brain nourishing and reduce the risk of nervous system problem. These super foods are not only protecting the nervous system but also enhance the strength of physical health. A balance diet is incomplete without the fresh fruit, vegetables and whole grain. Eating a balance diet that contain low fat and ample source of vitamins is very good for brain health. Here are the lists of super foods that diminish the risk of brain deterioration, hypertension, Alzheimer’s disease and nerve damage.


Spinach is well known as natural... (more)

Tags: health, foods for brain

Now Christmas is Over, Let's Address those Health Concerns.

By Liam Williams, published on Feb 9, 2014

The peak festive season means that family comes first, often looking after their own well-being is at the back of people’s minds. Well, Christmas was a month ago now, have you really addressed those health concerns?

With all those distracting festivities, it is a forgiven sin to put off going to the doctor or pharmacy for the medicine you need. Why think about that tickly cough when you could be concentrating on tinsel?

If there are health issues that are still troubling you, it is imperative that they are not ignored. Long term symptoms can be an indicator of something more serious... (more)

Tags: health, well-being

Secret and Unusual Tricks for Losing Weight

By Susan Q, published on Jan 27, 2014

... your results.

We’ve compiled a list of some of the best secrets and unusual tricks for losing weight and helping you look – and feel – as great as possible.

- Drinking iced lemon water will help speed up your metabolism as well as boosting your immune system, making you feel healthier all round

- Eating a banana 15 minutes after a workout will be stored as glucose – and therefore will provide useful for energy later – not fat

- Taking a weight loss supplement from sites like can help optimise your results... (more)

Tags: health, weight loss, lose weight

The Dangers of Synthetic Pot

By djbkk, published on Dec 23, 2013

Neurologists at the University of South Florida recently reported a possible link between strokes and synthetic pot, also called "spice" or "K2." The researchers identified this connection after seeing ischemic strokes suffered by a brother and sister who were aged 26 and 19, respectively. Health authorities are concerned that stroke and other serious health problems could become more common if unregulated drugs such as synthetic pot stay on the market.

The Case Study

This investigation started when a 26-year-old man with no risk factors and no genetic history of stroke came to the hospital... (more)

Tags: health, synthetic pot, strokes

Asthma May Have a Negative Effect on Fertility

By VictoriaH, published on Nov 28, 2013 is beneficial to speak with the doctor regarding the class of medication they fall under. If you are trying to conceive, it is best if you can take a medication that is safe for pregnant women. Changing medications or completely going off of them during a pregnancy can be detrimental to the health of the baby. If the asthma is mild, an inhaler is okay to use, even while pregnant. Speak with your physician about holistic approaches as well as exercises and dietary changes that can help asthma symptoms to reduce.

Increasing Fertility

There are a variety of ways to increase... (more)

Tags: health, women, fertility

Tips to Get Approved For Life Insurance For Affordable Rate

By VictoriaH, published on Sep 17, 2013

...older? With some insurance policies, the actual benefit decreases over the years.

Tip #2: Getting a Medical Exam can Lower Your Term Life Insurance Rates

You aren’t always required to get a medical exam when you buy term life insurance. The fact is, however, that if you’re a healthy non-smoker, you stand a chance of being able to get less expensive life insurance by getting this exam done.

You see, life insurance rates aren’t just pulled out of the clear blue sky. They’re based on mathematics and statistics that surround the subject of how long you’ll live.... (more)

Tags: health, life insurance

Liptember - Awareness for mental health issues for women

By Shaun Gibson, published on Sep 5, 2013

Kayla Tacken, a real person, suffering for real, please help her cause and your own perhaps. Do you suffer? Then help this young woman help you x Mental Health, PLEASE HELP!! PLEASE DONATE WHAT YOU CAN x

Above is a young woman, a friend’s Daughter who suffers what I call an invisible illness. We all have or know someone with one, an illness that affects not just the person but also family and relatives. I know from my own invisible illness it affects me, my family and friends, we need to find our own cures sadly as Government don’t really put too much into it

So here, I am asking... (more)

Tags: health, mental-health, a worldwide issue, commonwealthbank of australia, give to help, invisible illness, itso, liptember, mild depression, open your heart please wp, please donate


By Shaun Gibson, published on Aug 3, 2013

The pain is like all over body toothache

I ask for God for him to come and take

It burns me bad and leaves me crying

Some days I just feel like quickly dying

I was told this pain is what people feel about to fly

Poor people feel when they in hospital about to die

I can only say it cuts me bad and makes me mad

This is why I spend a fortune on my swanky Pad

When I can’t sleep and the pain is burning bad

I always have things to do that keep me being sad

But they are only gadgets spent with crooked money

Sometimes alone... (more)

Tags: poem, poetry, health, pain, mental-health, rhyme, can't sleep, in agony, medication speaking, pain poem, pain speaking

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