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Survivors’ physical limitations rapidly increase over decade following heart attack and stroke; many face disability, depression and caregiver reliance
University of Michigan, ANN ARBOR, Mich. — A record number of people are surviving heart attacks and stroke but those who
Everyone is familiar with tea; most of us are tea addict. Although the perception that we have made of tea is that it has diverse effects on the health of the humans. However, excess of everything is bad and resultsnegative impact, same are the case with having excessive tea cups or
Men need to keep up with their male ego. They need to keep the self-esteem boosted. Middle age men hit the gym to bulk up some muscles and to show the world that they are young and still in the game. What is that builds up the body building craze for middle-aged men? This
Teach the Child:
Old habits die hard. Improve your child’s eating habits to help the kid remain healthy by getting proper nutrients. Like you teach manners to the kids you need to tell them what is healthy for their digestive system. Kids need the food guide; they need to
Stretching feels great — there’s no argument there. But, contrary to what you learned in P.E. class, you don’t want to stretch before exercising. "When working out, your muscles need to contract as powerfully as possible," explains L.A.-based personal trainer Mike Donavanik, CSCS.
The summer heat has gone and as the temperature moves into the colder temperature bracket, the temptation is to opt us for more stodgy foods. This shift can be harmful and is certain to yield ample gain in weight. Let’s come to your rescue and share some healthy
Google Doodle celebrates the 100th anniversary of the bio-scientist who developed the Polio vaccine
By Stephen Pate – After World War I, summers in North America and Europe were a mother’s worst nightmare when too many children were stricken with the dreaded Polio
Do you have faith in your local police department?