Monday, July 6, 2015

Health Tips

Health Tips

The latest healthy living tips and answers to readers' most embarrassing questions.

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Suggestions for a healthier meal
You may have trouble hearing
And see a dentist regularly
Vary your exercise routine
And don't skip meals because it can lead to overeating
Here's where you can get it
Your sleep position matters
Drink lots of water
Adjust targets as needed
Suggestions to help strengthen without straining
Suggestions for crock pot use
Suggestions for proper technique
Ask Aldo Ciccotelli to describe how he sees the transformation of America's health system, and he tells the tale of two diabetic patients. The middle-age professionals both suffered the same symptoms: frequent urination, fatigue, and thirst.
At first, nothing seemed too unusual about the call I received one day last year from the Philadelphia Poison Control Center. As a toxicology fellow at Einstein Healthcare Network, I'm on call to help manage drug overdoses, interpret drug toxicities, and solve puzzles involving unusual reactions to medications.
The outer border is awash in the cheery yellows of arnica and the robust oranges of calendula. If you had a muscle ache or a skin irritation and were inclined to nonconventional medicine, these plants might come in handy.
Diabetes is a known risk factor for cognitive decline and dementia, age-related conditions that affect memory and thinking skills.
With the 4th of July holiday upon us, experts at Mayo Clinic are offering up some injury prevention tips on some of the most common reasons that send people to the emergency department this time of year.
Taking care of your skin during the summer is no joke. Dr. Sara Greer, a dermatologist, shares the 5 must-know summer skin care tips.
One of the most common running injuries is shin splints. People seem to ignore them and brush them off, taking a day or two off of running, taking some Advil and thinking they will go away. This is not the case.
Goal Getter
Is the heat getting to you yet? With all these high temp, thick humidity days, you probably have lost your desire to cook. Don’t resort to lots of takeout though which can get expensive. These no-cook meals will keep your family satisfied without having to turn up the heat.
Here are some tips and resources on how to prepare your teen for her first menstrual period.