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Chronic Pain Linked to Poor Sleep in Women
Chronic Pain Linked to Poor Sleep in Women Chronic pain, especially fibromyalgia, is more likely to occur in women with sleep disorders and insomnia than it is in well-rested women, according to a new Norwegian study. Women who suffered disorders such as insomnia or other serious sleep deprivation about tripled their risk of fibromyalgia, according to the report, which was published in Arthritis & Rheumatism. Even women who reported... Forward>>
Helping Kids Through Your Divorce
Helping Kids Through Your Divorce What has the potential to make divorce even more stressful and ugly than usual? Kids. It's critical to realize that these younger, powerless individuals are actually active participants in a divorce. That in mind, take a look at the following tips to help parting parents focus on their children's well being during this difficult process. 1. Keep them informed. Children are perceptive. While they don't need... Forward>>
Cholesterol: Hard to Understand
Cholesterol: Hard to Understand Cholesterol can be tricky to understand because it is not all is bad for you, some is actually good for you, U.S. heart experts say. The American Heart Association endorses the National Cholesterol Education Program guidelines for detection of high cholesterol. The guidelines call for all adults age 20 or older to have a fasting lipoprotein profile, which measures total cholesterol -- low-density lipoprotein... Forward>>
Confronting Conflict
Confronting Conflict She's been your friend for as long as you can remember. You've been through ups and downs, sure, but you had never before faced a major communication problem or conflict. Now, however, you find that your friendship is in jeopardy because of a disagreement, misunderstanding, or worse. When anger simmers, and defenses are up, it can be hard to effectively resolve an issue, and that... Forward>>
Is Weight Gain Genetic?
Is Weight Gain Genetic? Q: My kids battle a weight problem and although I think they eat pretty well, their father is tall and weighs 220 pounds. Could their weight be due to genetics? A: Yes, overweight does beget overweight. Children have an 80% chance of becoming overweight if both parents are overweight, a 40% chance if one parent is overweight, and only a 7% chance if both parents are lean. However, obesity rates... Forward>>
Losing Weight After Menopause
Losing Weight After Menopause By Michael O'Reilly, M.D. ThirdAge Women's Health Expert. Q: Why do our metabolisms give in after menopause? Why do we have to work so hard to lose weight at this stage? What's going on with our bodies? And do you have medical suggestions for dealing with this? Diets don't work for me. A: I don't have to tell you that women tend to gain weight after menopause, but for that matter so do men... Forward>>
What is Rheumatoid Arthritis?
What is Rheumatoid Arthritis? Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an inflammatory disease of unknown cause, mainly affecting synovial joints. Typically, the small joints of the hands and feet are involved in a symmetrical pattern, although any joint may be affected. Patients experience pain and symptoms such as fatigue and malaise. Less commonly, there may be involvement of other organ systems, including the eyes, skin, lungs... Forward>>
What Hair Loss Means for Your Health
What Hair Loss Means for Your Health Can balding in men predict health risks such as prostate cancer and heart disease? Some studies say yes. As a younger man, you noticed your hair thinning on top. Then a little bald spot popped up. Congratulations, you have male pattern baldness! About half of men do, although in some, it happens decades earlier than in others. (Many women have a similar condition—more about that later.)... Forward>>
High Cholesterol Signs and Symptoms
High Cholesterol Signs and Symptoms The vast majority of us are aware that having high cholesterol is a bad thing, but not everyone may know that in general, no high cholesterol signs exist. Cholesterol is not something we can feel or sense, nor can it be detected simply by looking at a persons weight or heredity. Surprisingly, the only way to determine whether or not cholesterol levels are in a healthy range is to get tested... Forward>>
How To Get The Perfect Hair Color. The Three Secrets Of Great Hair Color
How To Get The Perfect Hair Color. The Three Secrets Of Great Hair Color Going gray is easy, natural and "authentic" but some of us couldn't care less. We're hooked on hair color and perfectly happy to opt out of reality every four to six weeks. We'll give up sugar, bread, wine and Spanx before we let go of our Clairol. Some women stay close to their original hue, but others (like moi) trade their shade for frankly fake. Either way we get a buzz just sitting around in foils... Forward>>
Hair Loss Can Be Fought With These 7 Foods
Hair Loss Can Be Fought With These 7 Foods Much like the rest of your body, your hair goes through changes as you get older. The hair cycle -- rest, shed and grow -- slowdowns, and can lead to hair loss, which can be very traumatizing. "Your hair changes every seven years," explains women's hair restoration expert Lucinda Ellery. "There are 150,000-200,000 hairs on our heads; we actually shed 100 a day, 36,000 in a year... Forward>>
Best Ways To Fight Wrinkles
Best Ways To Fight Wrinkles We know that wrinkles are a natural part of aging, but we still sulk the moment we find a new one anywhere on our body. Yes, developing wrinkles on our skin is likely to happen as we grow older, but that doesn’t mean we can’t put on the brakes and slow down the process. Keep your skin looking vivacious and young with these 10 easy ways to fight wrinkles: Use Sunscreen. One of the biggest... Forward>>
Friends Can Save Your Life: How Friends Keep You Healthy
Friends Can Save Your Life: How Friends Keep You Healthy Sometimes it’s not easy to stay in touch with friends and distant family members, but there’s every reason in the world to do it. Not only do tight friendships and strong family offer an emotional connection, research shows when we have close ties, especially with upbeat buddies, we’re more likely to take better care of ourselves, feel less stressed – even live longer. A research team at Brigham... Forward>>
Faster Diagnoses with New Method
Faster Diagnoses with New Method The more accurately healthcare providers can diagnose a disease, the greater the chance that the patient will survive. To that end, researchers at the Nano-Science Center of the University of Copenhagen have discovered a method that will make the process faster, cheaper, and more accurate. The team has combined advanced tools used in physics for research in biology at nanoscale... Forward>>
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Exercise Can Be as Good as Drugs
Exercise Can Be as Good as Drugs Exercise is “potentially as effective” as many drugs for common diseases, according to researchers at Harvard Medical School, Stanford University School of Medicine, and the London School of Economics. The investigators argue that more trials comparing the effectiveness of exercise and drugs are urgently needed to help doctors and patients make the best treatment decisions... Forward>>
Red Wine Keeps on Fighting Cancer
Red Wine Keeps on Fighting Cancer Reserveratol, the now-famous chemical is red wine, turns out to remain effective against cancer even after the body converts it into other compounds. That is the encouraging finding of research done at the University of Leicester in the UK and published in the journal Science Translational Medicine. A release from the university notes that this is an important discovery because resveratrol... Forward>>
Be Good to Your Spine with the Right Mattress
Be Good to Your Spine with the Right Mattress Finding a Back-Friendly Mattress: 6 Tips. The type of mattress you sleep on plays a key role in the health of your spine. But one style does not fit all when it comes to mattresses. Your body weight, shape, and personal preference determine whether an innerspring or a foam mattress will be most comfortable for you, says physical therapist Marleen Caldwell, PT, MS, Cred MDT, of Cleveland Clinic’s... Forward>>
Best Way to Survive a Stroke
Best Way to Survive a Stroke 10 surprising stroke warning signs, plus what to do to save someone's life—or your own. On February 13, 2011, CBS-TV reporter Serene Branson shocked Grammy Award viewers when she appeared to experience a stroke (the interruption of blood flow to the brain) on air. After Branson began to speak gibberish, paramedics on the scene checked her out and released her. She had a colleague... Forward>>
Remedy Your Skin Problems With Healing Herbs
Remedy Your Skin Problems With Healing Herbs Lavender, eucalyptus, green tea and aloe are key ingredients in many modern skin care products. Here's a primer on easy, inexpensive, traditional herbal remedies for common skin conditions. To help alleviate dandruff, aesthetician and aromatherapist Cynthia Andrews of Phoenix. Ariz., offers this treatment plan: Mix together five teaspoonfuls of jojoba oil, 12 drops of eucalyptus oil and five... Forward>>
5 Ways to Kick the Salt Habit
5 Ways to Kick the Salt Habit Although sodium chloride (salt) gets a bad rap, it’s essential for the body. Sodium helps transmit nerve impulses and balance fluid levels. However, we need only a small amount of salt for it to function. Consume too much of it, and you’re at risk of high blood pressure. And the average American, according to Harvard Medical School, gets nearly 20 times that much. Most salt, the Harvard experts... Forward>>
Four Surprising Reasons Why Women Cheat
Four Surprising Reasons Why Women Cheat Men are thought to be hard-wired to commit infidelity -- but in reality, women are cheating more than men in the modern age, according to a recent infidelity survey by Coffee and Company, a British marriage bureau. Of the 3,000 respondents, over 20 percent of women admit to cheating. Similarly, in the Great Male Survey 2010 and Great Female Survey 2010 by AskMen.com, 5 percent... Forward>>
Secrets to a Long Life
Secrets to a Long Life Scientific studies have uncovered the secrets of living longer -- and a good sex life, eating chocolate and positive thinking are all in there. In fact, those who indulge in life's little pleasures are shown to outlive miserable abstainers in any number of studies. But living as long as possible is, according to one piece of research, also dependent on making healthy choices and by adopting just four healthy... Forward>>
Lessons from an Immortal Microbe
Lessons from an Immortal Microbe An international team of researchers has found a yeast microbe called S. pombe that is capable of rejuvenating every time it reproduces as long as conditions are right. The study, published in the journal Current Biology, provides fundamental insights into the mechanisms of aging and could potentially serve as a model of certain non-aging types of cells in humans. A release from the University of Bristol... Forward>>
Keep Driving - Safely
Keep Driving - Safely How Aging Affects Driving. Editor’s Note: For millions of older people, maintaining the ability to drive is an essential part of an independent life. Yet as we age, our skills on the road may lessen, and we need to make adjustments in order to keep driving. Here, from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, is an overview of senior drivers’ difficulties and how they can be overcome. Most people 70... Forward>>
Extra Pounds = Longevity in Seniors
Extra Pounds = Longevity in Seniors If you’re carrying a few extra pounds in your 50s but you manage not to gain any more as time goes by, you may live longer than normal-weight people your age. A nationwide study done at The Ohio State University and published in the American Journal of Epidemiology found that people who were slightly overweight at 50+ but kept their weight relatively stable were the most likely to survive over the next... Forward>>
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