Monthly Archives: January 2012

FAST FOOD &HEALTH

Eating aleast two fast foods meals every day and restricting levels of physical activity to no more than 5,000 steps a day can lead to signs of liver damage or weight gain.At the end of the 4 weeks, the fast … Continue reading

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stress & health

Marital disharmony and job dissatisfaction are the two main mental risk factors for the causation of heart attack. Many studies in the past have linked that there is a strong correlation between a nagging wife and early heart attacks in … Continue reading

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sleep & health

Many people do not realize that lack of sufficient sleep can trigger mild to potentially life–threatening consequences, from weight gain to a heart attack. Recently I came across an article in the Harvard Health Newsletter (Health Beat) and thought of sharing … Continue reading

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weight loss & health effects

Moderate weight loss, around 10% of the weight, can restore heart’s elasticity — making it easier for the heart to relax between contractions and refill with blood. With age the body tissue accumulates collagen fibers, which causes heart muscle and … Continue reading

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CALCIUM&HEALTH

Calcium supplements have been recommended to be taken by the elderly especially by post menopausal women to reduce the chances of osteoporosis. There have been conflicting reports as to how much calcium intake one should take in the form of … Continue reading

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