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7 Common Reasons Why People Fail to Lose Weight

Losing weight has been commonly said as one of the most difficult things a person has to do in their lifetime. Many people struggle with their weight for their entire lives without finding the success that they want. This is a far too common occurrence in today’s society. Even though the journey towards weight loss is different for everyone based on their body and lifestyle, there are a... [Continue Reading]

3 Simple Health Tips to Change Your Life

Being healthier is something that everyone desires. However, sometimes it seems like there is nothing that an individual can do to be healthier. At least not something that is easy, or quick. There are 3 simple health tips that a person can do to better themselves. Healthy Foods There are several simple health tips that can help when we examine the foods we eat. This is a quick sample of... [Continue Reading]

After-Work Out Solutions to Boost Energy

Have you ever gone to a gym that provides food for its patrons? If you find something like trail mix or bananas, eat up, but if you see a steaming pizza only half eaten, be afraid, be very afraid. Choosing the right food and beverages post workout is essential to your health and functionality. To boost your energy level and replenish depleted proteins after an intense session try out some of... [Continue Reading]

Get the Right Hearing Aid and Start Improving Your Life Today

According to the American Speech-Language Hearing Association, more than 36 million Americans suffer from some form of hearing loss, yet current statistics indicate that less than one-quarter of those who have hearing loss get help.  Fortunately, 9 out of 10 people with hearing loss can be helped with hearing aids. If you are one of the millions of Americans who spend each day... [Continue Reading]

10 Health Fads You Need to Stop Following Right Now

Everyone knows the feeling you get after a weekend of ice cream, salty snacks, and empty calories. And come Monday morning, you’re saying “Okay, I need a new plan. It’s time to get serious about losing some weight.” Which is great. Everyone gets to a certain point when they are unhappy with their own appearance, and the healthiest way to deal with that is to accept... [Continue Reading]

Infographic: Six Pack Secrets

There is no magic formula for turning a flabby tummy into a rock-hard washboard stomach – just pay attention to the most recommended methods of exercise and diet, take them on board and stick to the programme! have produced a great infographic guide, titled How to Get a Six Pack – read it and start working! Brought to you by Newitts [Continue Reading]

Healthy Dinner Party Food Options for Your Next Family Gathering

If you’re someone who is known to throw a pretty great party, then if you have one coming up over the next few weeks, we’re pretty sure that one of the things that you’re busy doing is putting a great menu together: one that is affordable, full of flavor and also healthy too. And while we do know that sometimes pulling off a meal like this can be a pretty tall order,... [Continue Reading]

Common Causes of Memory Loss and Effective Ways to Prevent It

Memory loss isn’t just an affliction of the elderly – young people can suffer from memory loss as well. Memory is an interesting thing, because it isn’t a tangible part of our neurology. While the memory was created in the physical world, it quickly gets stores into a virtual one – like an overlapping hologram. This happens in an area of the brain called the... [Continue Reading]

The Best Types of Fitness Classes for Weight Loss

As you get older and your metabolism changes, you’ll not only have to change the way you eat in order to maintain a healthy weight, but you’ll also want to add an exercise regimen that keeps your body fit and healthy. Unfortunately, most people don’t realize this until they’ve already put on some excess pounds. And even fewer make changes unless they have a medical... [Continue Reading]

Four Reasons Why Dog Ownership Is Beneficial

Dog owners are happy people. The reason why they are so happy is because they are constantly around an animal that is always thrilled to see them. Whether your training your new dog, hanging out a the park with your pooch by your side, or returning home from work, dogs certainly go to great lengths to let their owners know just how thrilled they are. It is extremely hard not to be happy... [Continue Reading]

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Study Claims Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Is True Biological Illness
Chronic fatigue syndrome may be a physical disease, rather than a psychological condition, new research reveals. Why is this finding so controversial? (Photo : Flickr / Charlotte Marillet). Chronic fatigue syndrome is an actual biological illness, reveals a new ...

Study Suggests Compassion Is Associated With A Better Doctor
(5) Does physician compassion influence perceptions of other physician attributes related to the physician-patient relationship? In this study, we use the Webster's dictionary definition of compassion as “sympathetic concern for the suffering of another, ...

Nearly Halted in Sierra Leone, Ebola Makes Comeback by Sea
FREETOWN, Sierra Leone — It seemed as if the Ebola crisis was abating. New cases were plummeting. The president lifted travel restrictions, and schools were to reopen. A local politician announced on the radio that two 21-day incubation cycles had ...

Scopes Linked To Superbug Infection Deaths In UCLA
Medical scopes suspected to have spread deadly bacteria have come under scanner after an outbreak at UCLA Medical Center this month. This is not the first time when the scopes have drawn attention for causing an outbreak. The same type of scopes were ...

Study: Suicide Rates Rising Among Older Adults
A new study revealed that suicide rate for older adults aged between 40 and 64 years in the United States has increased by about 40% since 1999. The study, published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, showed that external economic factors ...

WHO's warning about hearing loss may not be music to your ears
People who use personal audio players should limit their use to an hour a day and turn down the volume to prevent permanent hearing loss, the World Health Organisation said. The UN agency said young people were particularly at risk. Almost half of all 12- ...

Scientists seek to rename the chronic fatigue syndrome
The CFS (chronic fatigue syndrome) is a real and serious condition that requires a new name to express and direct way to diagnose it, said Tuesday a government advisory group. Many patients have invaded the Institute of Medicine with the stories of ...

Flu Vaccine Less Effective Than Expected: CDC
Does it seem like everyone you know is getting sick this winter? That may be because this year'sflu vaccine isn't as strong expected, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Advertisement. Video; Print ...

Study: Suicide Rise In Middle-Age Adults Linked To Recession
(CBS DC) – Over the last few years, suicide rates have increased among middle-aged adults, and new research finds that those suicides may be linked to the recession that occurred in 2007, Live Science reports. Using data between 2005 and 2010, ...

Genetic mutations linked to leukemia occur with age
According to a new research, one could almost certainly develop genetic mutations linked to leukemia as they grow older. According to the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, it is estimated by researchers that up to 20% of people between the ages of 50 and 60, ...

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