IN YOUR DAILY DOSE today is research from Texas A&M School of Public Health that addresses the needs of students in the classroom and improving their ability to learn. How can this information impact your ability at work?
IN MAKING CHANGES today are strategies you can use with your children for school work and for yourself at work to improve your performance and creativity.
IN FACT OR FICTION you’ll discover if chocolate is really as good for you as the news has led you to believe.Read more
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE today is information that supports the fact the human body is incredibly flexible and able to make changes that heal past damage when addressed early enough.
IN MAKING CHANGES today are specific recommendations to help you adjust your weight if you struggle with weight management.
IN FACT OR FICTION you’ll discover the muscle in your body that is strongest. You’ll be surprised, it’s not in your legs or back!Read more
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE today you’ll discover exactly what the sitting disease is and why you should help your children avoid it.
IN MAKING CHANGES today there are four simple changes you and your children can make to reduce your risk of health problems.
IN FACT OR FICTION you’ll discover where the first ambulance ride took place.Read more
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE today you’ll discover that results from a first-of-its-kind collaboration between several separate medical organizations demonstrates that a new procedure approved by the FDA fours years ago, has improved the chances of those at high risk to undergo aortic valve replacement.
IN MAKING CHANGES today you’ll learn six of the lifestyle choices you can make to help prevent the need for heart valve replacement.
IN FACT OR FICTION you’ll discover that although we all experience stress, there are myths that not all of us believe, but will impact your health.Read more
In the News
Atrial fibrillation is the most common type of heart arrhythmia which causes the heart to fibrillate, or contract quickly and without a regular heartbeat. The heart muscle doesn’t work together properly increasing the risk of stroke and heart failure. In some cases, people with atrial fibrillation will not experience any symptoms.
One of the primary risk factors for atrial fibrillation is a high body mass index, or obesity. However, while it is a risk factor, those who are obese can reduce their risk by increasing their physical activity levels.
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Individuals with high blood pressure find that they experience a drop in their blood pressure that can last up to a month and a half when they practice acupuncture. This groundbreaking research was the result of over a decade of information and reported by the Susan Samueli Center for Integrative Medicine.
This is the first study that has scientifically confirmed acupuncture has some benefit in treating mild to moderate hypertension. Regular use can help you control blood pressure and lessen the risk of stroke and heart disease.Read more