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  • The Effects On Fish Oil

    The Effects On Fish Oil

    Fish Oil is derived from the fatty tissues in fish. Rich in omega-3 fatty acids, fish oils have gained popularity for reasons more than one. Fish oil benefits are plenty, including decreasing the risk of heart stroke, reduce symptoms of depression, hypertension, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, joint pains, arthritis, eczema, inflammation etc. The benefits go […]

  • How Does A Home Sleep Study Work

    How Does A Home Sleep Study Work

    What if I need a sleep study? If you are one of the approximately 35% of Americans who snore, perhaps this has crossed your mind. You have read on the internet or watched a newscast about sleep apnea, a condition associated with an increase in heart attack and stroke risk. Loud snoring, daytime sleepiness, fatigue, […]

  • 5 Professional Methods That Can Help You Hold On To Optimism

    5 Professional Methods That Can Help You Hold On To Optimism

    A poll just released by the Associated Press on New Year’s Day indicated that most Americans came out of 2016 feeling pretty discouraged. However, only 18% feel things for the country got better, 33% said things got worse, and 47% believe things were unchanged from 2015. And yet 55% of those surveyed said they expect […]

  • Hot Toddies Are the Better Recipes For Your Cold

    Hot Toddies Are the Better Recipes For Your Cold

    When it comes to winter colds, it does really a bitch. It’s already freezing outside and then your head fills up with congestion, your throat gets dry and scratchy, and a barking cough gives you sore abs. Obviously you want to cut this torture as short as possible, but turning to cough medicine might not […]

  • Is Too Much Protein Bad for You?

    Is Too Much Protein Bad for You?

    Carbohydrates are causing an obesity epidemic and fats silt up your arteries. But protein? It provides the building blocks for essential stuff such as cells, muscles, bone, nails, hormones and enzymes. The word “protein” comes from the Greek and means first, as in most important. We can’t get enough of it. Bodybuilders take protein supplements […]

  • 7 Surprising Benefits Of Drinking Warm Water In The Morning

    7 Surprising Benefits Of Drinking Warm Water In The Morning

    When you wake up in the morning some of you may be used to drinking a cup of coffee or tea. And some of you may opt for a glass of cool water to replenish you and get your morning started. These things may now be morning habits; however, it can be worth reconsidering how you start […]

  • Tips On Avoiding Indigestion – Step By Step Guide

    Tips On Avoiding Indigestion – Step By Step Guide

    Are you suffering from bloating, abdominal cramps, gas, upset stomach and feeling queasy, andburning sensation in your stomach after eating? You are suffering from indigestion, but don’t worry,here we will tell you how to avoid indigestion.   How to avoid indigestion Men can get occasional heat burn and indigestion but some of us may be […]

  • New Trends of Healthcare: Ushering In The New Era Of Health Equity

    New Trends of Healthcare: Ushering In The New Era Of Health Equity

    The passage of health care reform and current efforts in payment reform have fueled a significant transformation of the US health care system. An entire new set of structures is being developed to facilitate increased access to care that is cost-effective and high quality. High-value health care is the ultimate goal. Guided by the 2001 […]

  • Harvard Health Research: Regular meditation more beneficial than vacation

    Harvard Health Research: Regular meditation more beneficial than vacation

    As mindfulness meditation and yoga have become mainstream and more extensively studied, growing evidence suggests multiple psychological and physical benefits of these mindfulness exercises, as well as for similar practices like tai chi and qi gong. Systematic reviews and meta-analyses analyzing hundreds of research studies suggest that mindfulness-based interventions help decrease anxiety, depression, stress, and […]

  • New Rule On Excepted Benefits: Short-Term Coverage & Mental Health & Substance Use FAQs

    New Rule On Excepted Benefits: Short-Term Coverage & Mental Health & Substance Use FAQs

    On October 28, the Departments of Health and Human Services, Labor, and Treasury released a final rule governing excepted benefits coverage, lifetime and annual limits, and short-term limited duration coverage. The regulations finalize in part proposed regulations issued by the departments in June. The Final Rule The final rule adopts essentially unchanged the portions of […]

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