Health and wellbeing
Are you feeling run down? Maybe the fast pace of your life leaves you wanting to crawl into bed as soon as possible when you get home. Here are some ways to get more energy into your life right now.
Sometimes you wish there were more than twenty-four hours in a day. You can’t seem to get everything done. Could the problem be your energy levels? What once took about an hour to do now seems to take longer because your heart just doesn’t seem to be in it.
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Stress is an emotional and physical reaction to change. Everyone has stress. Stress can be positive and give you energy or it can be unhealthy and cause health problems. Stress for short periods may not affect you but stress over time can cause or make some illnesses worse, such as heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, diabetes, irritable bowel syndrome, asthma or arthritis.
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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill scientists have discovered why a compound found in grapes and grape products such as red wine shows natural cancer-fighting properties that might be important in preventing or treating the illness.
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Vaccines help prevent disease. Babies born in the United States may have their first vaccine right after birth. Future vaccines are given at well child check-ups with your child’s doctor or at a local health department. Vaccines are often given at these ages: 2 months, 4 months, 6 months, 12 months, 15-18 months, 4-6 years, and 11-12 years. Vaccines are needed for children to enroll in school.
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Constipation refers to very hard stools or bowel movements that are hard to pass.
You may also:
Need to strain
- Feel like you did not completely empty your bowels
- Have cramping, pain, bloating or nausea
Each person is different, but most people pass stools from 3 times each day to 3 times each week. As long as the stool is soft and easy to pass, you are not constipated.
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Ultrasound machines have become very common in hospitals and clinics since these provide very detailed results without the risk that traditional tools and equipment pose. Different approaches and techniques will be done depending on the organ to be studied and the condition of the patient. Ultrasound can also be done in such as short span of time and almost always require no special preparations. Here are the functions of the process.
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‘You can’t out-exercise a bad diet’ – that’s what some old phrase says, and they would be quite right - because bottom line is this, when it comes to looking out for your body, diet is key.
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Though they may not be visible to the naked eye, your blood cells play an incredibly vital role in the functioning of your body. Without them, you would not be able to do many things that help keep your bodily system working right. These cells are also surprisingly complex pieces of machinery. These machines have actually only recently been fully understood by medical scientists. It wasn't until the advent of microscope technology that scientists really understood the parts of your blood. If you have ever wondered why you needed these blood cells to survive, you may want to read this article. It will break down the different types of blood cells and explain exactly what they do for your body.
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All babies cry, but some babies cry more than others. Sometimes you can tell that your baby is crying because your baby is hungry or uncomfortable. At other times, you may not know why your baby is crying. Your baby is just trying to communicate. Crying peaks at 2 months and a baby can cry up to 2 hours a day.
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When the doctor recommends a coronary angiogram to someone close to you, the initial reaction is denial and non acceptance. Some people also believe that anyone who undergoes this test would invariably have to go through bypass surgery. Others believe that it will be painful, requiring prolonged hospital admission. But the truth is that it is a simple X-ray of the heart blood vessels, virtually painless and requires a short stay. Coronary angiogram is one of the most accurate tests in the diagnosis of Coronary Artery Disease (CAD). It is used to pinpoint the location and severity of CAD and is relatively safe. A coronary angiogram is the ‘gold standard’ for evaluation of CAD. The test is done in a special laboratory called a cardiac catheterization laboratory, which is similar to an operating theater.
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Most of us will go to a lot of trouble to keep to a strict beauty regimen so that our skin, hair, and nails look gorgeous all the time. People across the world spend millions to reach their beauty goals and to try and prevent themselves from going under the knife eventually.
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