WOMEN'S HEALTH

See What Is News in Health This Week-ADHD, Sickle Cell Disease, Much More 

Much is new in the news this week health-wise.  And as an aside, the Team is very concerned about global warming and the shifting of icebergs.  This is now not just thinking nor scientists measuring, it is now a physical, visual reality.

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Topics: womens health, senior health, mens health, teen health

What's News This Week In Health Including Proton Pump Inhibitors?

So much more is news this week! The Team is here to tell it like it is-- synthesizing the latest for your information so that you can win in health!

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Topics: womens health, mens health, pregnancy

What is News About Cancer And Even Sexual Bereavement July 4, 2017

Jumping in with more that is news for you this holiday! The Team has lots to share!

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Topics: womens health, mens health

News In Health, Including The Miracle of Berries July 4, 2017

It is the holiday weekend! And the Team, still wants to bring you what is news in health!

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What is News In Health June 26, 2017

Summer is here. There are lots to think about regarding recreation, sun protection and safety with outdoor exercises of all sorts.  You likely have all of this handled!

It is our Teams’ commitment to bring you what is news in health this week—things that you might not yet know..things that are just beginning to surface in the medical and consumer health literature!  Here we go for this weeks summary:

    • Liver cancer death rates have doubled since the 1980’s and are increasing and are related to disparities in health such as protection against hepatitis, obesity, diabetes and excess alcohol and tobacco use.
    • News that 60 year olds exercise the same amount as 19 year olds. We recommend to get moving!
    • The use of e-cigarettes by teens fell sharply last year from 3 million teens in 2015 to 2.2 million.
    • ADR is the new buzz word for GI doctor’s success ratings. Apparently there are more scales to rate docs these days so that the buyer/patiet is informed and aware of the effectiveness of whom they choose. This one is the success rates with colonoscopy screening which is the adenoma detection rate. The ADR should be 20% for women and 30% for men or an average of 25%-one found for every 4 patients. For every 1% increase in the ADR score of your doctor, there is a 3% reduced risk that you could develope colorectal cancer. Make sure if you get a colonoscopy that you ask for a high definition colonoscope. And when you are prepping for a colonoscopy, consider eating no fiber for a day prior and no seeds or nuts or corn for a week prior as these are very high in fiber and without these, it can simplify your prep.
 
  • Our voices age along with our years so to prevent being 'old-sounding', consider using a thick straw to hum through so that you can build up muscle mass near your vocal cords. These become thicker and drier as we age and less flexible. If you do this ten minutes per day you might be able to build up to a narrower straw and also use singing too as a way to enhance muscle tone. Avoid yelling however! Yelling is not good for you!
  • A new study shows that high dose vitamin B can help with schizophrenia more than anti-psychotic medicine alone at reducing symptoms. Check with the doctor.
  • It is summer and while we have more access to berries, it appears that they are really good for you. The flavonoid in berries—the plant pigment that gives them their color-can help keep memory decline at bay for up to 2.5 years when eaten twice a week. This includes strawberries too!
  • People who have Lupus have poor sleep quality, associated pain, vitality and emotional challenges.
  • People who have sleep apnea do not live any longer if they are on continuous air pressure or not. This is a big shift in thinking. Continuous air pressure at night, contrary to previous thinking, does not affects mortality rates. 
  • Getting the correct amount of sleep helps resist weight gain. Try to get up at the same time each day. Don’t look at computer screens near to bed time and change over to a  more red dim light at night as opposed to blue which can stimulate one to feeling more wakeful. You can install these light backgrounds on your smart devices too such that you are able toavoid poor sleep qualtity. 
    • We just read that eating foods that are high in protein such as meat, eggs and seafood and also in fiber such as fruit, beans and vegetables, might produce more satiety in your brain allowing it to feel less hunger than if you are eating chips or foods high in sugar, carbs or salt!  Be mindful of cravings this summer.
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What Is News In Health, June 19, 2017

Much is news in health that we have much to share with you today!

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Topics: womens health, sleep, rest, meditation, mens health, pregnancy

What's News In Health-Choose To Win June 19, 2017

With all the violence that is going on in the world it is even more important to provide you with a consistent message to be informed and to choose for health.

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Topics: womens health, senior health, mens health, teen's health

Vitamin K, Dairy alternatives-What is News June 13, 2017

The Team is thinking about what is news in health for you this week and we have lots to post today:

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What Is News In Health Week of June 6, 2017

So much is news in health so the Team is going to jump right in!

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What Is News In Health This Week June 3, 2017

The Team is carving out lots of health news information for you about what is news this week!

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Topics: womens health, senior health, mens health, teen health