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Month: November 2018

Your Child is Vomiting? It may be an Abdominal Migraine

Does your child suffer from stomach pain and vomiting without a clear cause? If digestive and other stomach related issues have been ruled out, your youngster might be having abdominal migraines. Abdominal Migraine Symptoms Does your child have tummy pain and then it’s followed by vomiting? Or, is there nausea and your baby’s face becomes very pale? The pain generally feels dull or sore and can be moderate to severe. It hurts enough to keep him/her from regular daily tasks. Your youngster can be healthy in every way and then, bam, out of the blue, it strikes. Dizziness and...

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Poisonous Toxins in Your Home?

Toxins are Everywhere At the risk of sounding like a complete downer, it’s an unfortunate fact that our air is polluted. What many of us don’t realize is that common household products emit toxins. Everything from our furniture, carpeting, paint, candles, hair gel, cosmetics, and more, contain dangerous pollutants. Fortunately, there are ways to combat the toxicity—which also includes collecting indoor plants. What’s in the Air? In 2011, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services added formaldehyde to our list of known carcinogens. Believe it or not, this toxin is used a variety of products. Formaldehyde is used...

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How Much Sleep Do You Really Need?

8 Hours Sleep is Essential: Does it Matter if it’s Split into Two? Most accounts of healthy, necessary, daily sleep hours aim between seven and nine. But, what about if we get eight hours, split into two sections of four hours each? History may surprisingly depict the latter to be perfectly acceptable. According to Dr. Melinda Jackson, a specialist in sleep disorders, sleeping for 8-hours continuously is a modern creation. “Spilt-sleeping” used to be the norm. Our circadian rhythm (our internal body clocks) may be the best judge of whether two separate slumbers work best for our health. The...

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Treatment for Alzheimer’s: A New Study Revives Memory and Hope

A study involving a many-pronged, therapeutic treatment for Alzheimer’s patients shows effective, improved, memory recall within mere months. A Way to Stop Forgetting? A single-drug treatment to slow the progression of Alzheimer’s does not exist. A new study, however, recognized that by combining 36 various methods of therapeutic remedies helped the participants regain memory. The study was conducted by The Buck Institute for Research on Aging along with UCLA Labs for Neurodegenerative Disease Research. There were only 10 participants—yet, each one displayed memory improvement within the first few months. The Alzheimer patients continued their treatment plan and were re-tested...

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Keeping the Family Fit with Fun Over the Holiday

It’s so common to view holiday feasting as a fantastic event, but one that often results in dreaded weight gain. It doesn’t have to be that way for your family! There are ways to have fun eating and burning calories, and keeping you happy and healthy during and after the holiday festivities. Before the Blast Off A great way to charge up everyone’s appetite is to take an early-day walk or run. Check to see if there are any Family Fun Runs in your area. It’s a terrific way for everyone to be together and get some exercise before...

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