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Healthy Eating May Help Reverse Mild Cognitive Impairment

Individuals with early stage cognitive decline may be able to reverse their brain impairment by replacing unhealthy foods with a nutrient-rich diet, according to a new Temple University study. 

Report: Yoga Safe For Pregnant Women

According to a recent report issued by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS), the benefits of yoga can considerably outweigh the risks for pregnant women who take part in the fitness alternative under proper supervision.

Gentlemen: Is Your Sex Life Killing You?

Sex feels good, and the proper amount of sex can help maintain physical and emotional health. But balance is the key. Both having too little or too much sex can lead to unhealthy conditions. Read this article to learn how much sex is just right…

Young Adults With Inflammatory Bowel Disease May Need To Take Dietary Supplements

According to a new European study, young adults who are suffering from inflammatory bowel disease may be at a significantly increased risk of suffering a fracture due to their low bone mass and poor bone architecture.

Fear And Loathing Of The Tea Party

With all that’s going on in America and in the world it’s a shame that yet another article defending the Tea Party movement needs to be written. But three incidents over the last couple of weeks prove that the corrupt, unfounded and ridiculous notion that people who oppose the actions of an increasingly fascist regime and a corporatist Congress are fomenting terror continues to gain traction. Read this article to see what the regime is up to…

Arginine And Antioxidant Supplements May Help Improve Exercise Capacity In Elderly People

As people age their ability to exercise for extended periods of time slowly diminishes. Fortunately, results of a new University of California study suggest that taking daily arginine and antioxidant supplements can help compensate for the loss of exercise capacity by enhancing a person’s anaerobic threshold, which is the amount of exercise that needs to be done before lactic acid begins to accumulate in the blood.

The 1½ Cent Healthcare For Recessionary Times

Now that the healthcare reform bill has been signed into law, and Americans are justifiably worried that health insurance premiums will increase, there is a 1½ cent answer to rising premiums. Read this article to learn more about this time-tested therapy…

Piriformis Syndrome Followup: Four Ways To Release The Lower Back

Last week’s article on piriformis syndrome, Your Lower Back Pain Or Sciatica Might Actually Be Piriformis Syndrome, created quite a bit of interest from readers wanting to know more. Read this article for more information and a series of exercises that may help relieve your pain…

Your Lower Back Pain Or Sciatica Might Actually Be Piriformis Syndrome

Are you suffering from pain in the hips, lower back or legs or have tingling in your feet? If so, and your physician hasn’t been able to help, the problem may be in your piriformis, a muscle often overlooked by traditional medical practitioners. Read this article to learn more about piriformis syndrome and whether it could the cause of your symptoms…

Exercise May Help Reduce Symptoms Related To Depression, Anxiety

Patients who are suffering from depression or anxiety disorders and who are not interested in traditional therapy options may be in luck. According to a recent analysis of numerous published studies, exercise may be a viable treatment alternative for those looking to improve their mental health.

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