Saturday , 25 November 2017
Home » Health and Beauty (page 3)

Health and Beauty

YOR Health Reports: Growing Company Is Changing Lives

YOR Health

According to YOR Health, there are an infinite variety of ways for things to grow. There are quick growth spurts; there’s slow and steady growth; there’s growth that exceeds expectations. Generally speaking, any kind of growth is good when it comes to business—but YOR Health isn’t just any business. Not surprisingly, the company’s growth has been exceptional in every way. ... Read More »

4 Simple Ways to Better Winter Health

There are some natural and easy preventative measures we can take to reduce our chances of feeling under the weather during the cold months. Here are four winter health tips that can help keep you active and healthy during winter months. Eat winter citrus  The citrus aroma that fills the kitchen when preparing a fruit salad is refreshing. Try fresh, ... Read More »

Women’s Healthcare Expert Marla Ahlgrimm Answers Questions About HRT

Marla Ahlgrimm

  Marla Ahlgrimm fields questions regarding hormone replacement therapies and their inclusion in the effective treatment of PMS, perimenopause, and menopause. Q. Is HRT therapy right for all women? Marla Ahlgrimm: Not necessarily; some women may have other factors that spur their discomfort. Q. Do all women receive the same dosage or combination of replacement hormones? Marla Ahlgrimm: No, each ... Read More »

Phil Melugin: Hunting Safety Q & A

Phil Melugin

Phil Melugin is the founder of Phoenix Home Care and the owner of Pheasant Run Ranch, a private hunting ranch in north central Kansas. On his ranch, Phil Melugin emphasizes safety for hunters, hunting guides, and hunting dogs alike. Here, Phil Melugin answers questions about hunting safety, whether on Pheasant Run Ranch or on any property. Q: How important is ... Read More »

Brenda Lee Reed Answers Questions About Sports Drinks

Brenda Lee Reed

Most of us believe that sports drinks are actually good for us, and certainly better than soft drinks.  But are they?  Health and wellness expert Brenda Lee Reed is here to explain. Information Nation: Good afternoon. Thank you for joining us today. Let’s get started. Sports drinks have become very popular lately. What are these drinks made of? Brenda Lee ... Read More »

Warning Signs of a Heart Attack

Each year, hundreds of thousands of Americans die from heart attacks, according to the Centers for Disease Control. It’s the leading killer in this country and it is 100 percent preventable. Not only can watching cholesterol help things from escalating, you can do several things each day to help prevent this sudden killer. Did you know heart attack symptoms can ... Read More »

Dr. William Knudson Discusses the Best Shoes for Walking

Dr. William Knudson

Dr. William Knudson says that his patients at Podiatric Care of Northern Virginia have a variety of issues. And more often than not, Dr. William Knudson reports that they are being advised by family practitioners to incorporate more exercise into their daily routine. Since walking is one of the most popular ways to add exercise into a patient’s day gradually, ... Read More »

American Medical Student Association

Kyle Thomas Glasser

The American Medical Student Association (AMSA) bears its roots from the 1950 and it is located in Washington D.C. this means it is the oldest self-governing organization of students pursing medicine within the United States. Today, AMSA has over 6,000 members who are medical students, premedical students, student interns, medical citizens and even practicing medical professionals within the country. This is a highly esteemed organization which aims to expose medical students to subjects and information that is not necessarily covered in the normal curricula. This organization is not sponsored by any pharmaceutical company but rather works with an aim to improve the medical field. Read More »

Information Nation: When it Comes to Shampoo, Less is Better

Americans wash their hair on average of just under 5 times a week (which is twice the amount of Italians and Spaniards) and that’s a problem, according to dermatologists. Washing hair too often can rob it of vital nutrients and ultimately damage it. So, the question is what would American’s shampoo habits be like if the New York Times hadn’t ... Read More »