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Pregnant Women Who Smoke-Increased Risk For Pain.

July 24, 2010

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According to a recent research report women who smoke during pregnancy may at increased risk of pregnancy- related pelvic pain.  The report says about 14-33% of women develop this pain during pregnancy. The study was done by Danish researchers who  interviewed 5,000 women during and soon after pregnancy.  2,300 women who reported pelvic pain were compared […]

Rapid Weight Loss VS Gradual Weight loss

July 22, 2010

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Researchers have reported that rapid weight loss may be more effective in controlling obesity. At the University of Melbourne in Australia, researchers compared participants on a rapid weight loss diet with those on a gradual weight loss one. Those on the rapid weight loss diet would lose about 3 pounds per week over a 12 […]

What Science Is Discovering About Exercise and Depression – US News and World Report

July 20, 2010

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 What Science Is Discovering About Exercise and Depression – US News and World Report. Physical activity has again been identified as a disease prevention lifestyle habit. According to this report depression is improved with regular activities such as aerobics.   This is good news for those in our patient health education program which emphazises physical activity as  […]

Preventive Health Will Save $Millions.

July 15, 2010

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The Center for Health Research has released a report on Prevention & Wellness.  The report says  health prevention  and wellness initiatives are expected to save health care costs. The estmate is $1Trillion in savings. According to the study a focus on health,wellbeing and prevention  in any form is a necessity. We expect that our patient […]

To Cut Diabetes Heart Risks, Diet and Exercise May Beat Drugs – US News and World Report

July 6, 2010

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To Cut Diabetes Heart Risks, Diet and Exercise May Beat Drugs – US News and World Report,  Using medication to  reduce the risks for heart disease in diabetic patients  may not be effective.  There is evidence that diet and exercise  can do much more. Our patient health education program uses the two risk factors unhealthy eating and physical inactivity […]

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