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Mammograms Could Be Harmful

November 30, 2013


When it comes to developing diseases such as breast cancer, prevention is always better than cure. For this, developing a healthy lifestyle early in life is one’s best health insurance. Screening for diseases is a good intervention but healthy habits are key. According to a research study mammograms on young women who are BRCA mutation […]

Sitting For Six Hours Per Day-Bad For All

November 20, 2013


People who sit for six or more hours a day for leisure are high mortality risks, according to researchers. It doesn’t matter whether the individuals are runners, walkers or workout at the gym. It is recommended that all individuals engage in 150 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise each week,  but according to this study even with […]

Quitters May Not Benefit From Extra Help

November 8, 2013


Helping a family member or friend to quit smoking is giving for health’s sake. People who decide to quit are more successful with help and support from others. Smokers who want to quit may find it difficult to do so without help. There is plenty of help available many of them are free. There are […]

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