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Do Nurses Earn Big Money? You Decide.

The members of the public who are convinced that nurses earn huge salaries are like shrubs on the outside looking in because they do not know how much sweat and tears we shed for our educations, and they are unaware of the hazards many of us face during the course of a day at work.Am […]

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War Veterans’ Concussions Are Often Overlooked

After each attack, he did what so many soldiers do in Iraq. He shrugged off his ailments — headaches, dizzy spells, persistent ringing in his ears and numbness in his right arm — chalking them up to fatigue ordehydration. Given that he never lost consciousness, he figured the discomfort would work itself out and kept it […]

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Make changes gradually

Just as there are no “superfoods” or easy answers to a healthy diet, don’t expect to totally revamp your eating habits overnight. Changing too much, too fast can get in the way of success. Begin to remedy excesses or deficiencies with modest changes that can add up to positive, lifelong eating habits. For instance, if […]

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Want A Healthy Brain? Scientists Say, Go For A Run

Physical exercise is just as important as cognitive exercise when it comes to maintaining a healthy brain, according to a new University of Queensland study released this week. A study conducted by scientists in the Bartlett laboratory at UQ’s Queensland Brain Institute found the mechanism by which exercise increases the number ofstem cells that are actively […]

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S-T-R-E-T-C-H

Fifteen seconds is better than five, though five is still better than nothing when it comes to improving flexibility. A new study out of the United Kingdom suggests a significant benefits from holding each stretch at least 15 seconds as opposed to five seconds or not stretching at all. Twenty-four college students (average age 20) […]

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To Improve Nutrition:

1. Buy whole foods — whether canned, frozen, or fresh from the farm — and use them in place of processed foods whenever possible. 2. Reject foods and drinks made with corn syrup, a calorie-dense, nutritionally empty sweetener that many believe is worse for the body than sugar, says Katz. 3. Start each dinner with […]

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Heart Healthy Omega-3s Now Present In Milk, Not Just Fish

It is now possible to incorporate fish oil into milk and other dairy-based beverages in concentrations high enough to promote heart health, and without effecting the product’s taste or lifespan, suggests a new study published in the Journal of Dairy Science. Not all people enjoy the taste of fish, even with its large amounts of heart-healthyomega-3 fatty […]

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