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SGR Ep107 - Jennifer Angier

42 minutes agoHealth / Addiction : That Sober Guy

Jennifer talks to us about building from the ground up, keeping ego in check, and how to overcome burnout. This episode was recorded in Nashville at the Innovations In Behavioral Healthcare Conference.

Medical News Today: Schizophrenia risk increased with alcohol, drug abuse

59 minutes agoHealth : Medical News Today

The links between schizophrenia and drug abuse are a hotly debated topic. A new Danish study casts their net wide and gleams new insight.

Medical News Today: How to Get Rid of Red Eyes: Home Remedies and Health Tips

59 minutes agoHealth : Medical News Today

What is red eye and what is conjunctivitis? Learn about common causes, home remedies, and serious problems that may cause red eye.

Medical News Today: New guidelines for kids' media use help families balance digital, real life

The American Academy of Pediatrics have released a new statement with recommendations of healthy digital media use for infants, children, and adolescents.

Indian doctor accused of crimes becomes president of World Medical Association

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The World Medical Association (WMA), the top medical-ethics body, on Friday installed an Indian doctor facing corruption charges as its president, despite controversy surrounding his appointment while legal cases are pending.

35% of Injury-Related ER Visits in Ghana Alcohol-Related

Researchers conducted a cross-sectional chart review of 1,085 patients older than 18 who presented to the KATH emergency department within eight hours of an injury and found 382 subjects, or 35 percent, tested positive for any level of alcohol in their systems.

Are unvaccinated children more healthy than vaccinated children?

There are many myths that undergird antivaccine beliefs, such as the myth that vaccines cause autism, autoimmune diseases, diabetes, sudden infant death syndrome, and basically anything antivaccinationists like to blame on them. Basically, if you believe antivaccinationists, there’s nothing bad thta vaccines can’t do to children. The flip side of this myth is perhaps the…

Just two sugary drinks a day greatly increases diabetes risk, study shows

Swedish researchers surprised to find daily soft drink habit also increased likelihood of less common autoimmune diabetes Drinking more than two sugary or artificially sweetened soft drinks per day greatly increases the risk of diabetes, research has shown. Show More Summary

2.0 Miles again

It was getting dark when I left home, but I did 2.0 miles again, doing most of the run in the dark. I had no problems seeing the trail, even though it is dark asphalt, because lights from buildings about 1/4 mile away were enough for me to see the trail. Show More Summary

Making Connections

One of the best parts of writing for the MS Connection blog is reading the comments that readers leave. Yes, you read that right. Sites like this are some of the few places, it appears, on the internet where the “don’t read the comments” rule doesn’t seem to apply. Show More Summary

Amok Equipment Draumr 3.0 Hammock System Review

The Amok Draumr 3.0 Complete (MSRP $399) is an ingenious hammock shelter system that includes a hammock, tarp, and a complete suspension system, including tree straps, carabiners, reflective cordage, and tent stakes for staking out the tarp. Its signature feature is that its suspension is attached to the sides of the hammock and not at the ends …            

Workout Gear For Men

When it comes to fitness gear, chances are you’re familiar with Nike, Under Armour, Asics, and the alike—all the big name brands that make great gear. But, those popular brands that are sold at most sporting goods stores aren’t your only options. Show More Summary

Pediatricians Update Digital Media Recommendations for Kids

New AAP guidelines say parents not only need to pay attention to the amount of time children spend on digital media - but also how, when and where they use it.

Mortality & cardiovascular disease: You don't have to be an athlete to reduce the many risk factors

(University of Montreal) A new study, whose preliminary results will be presented today at the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress and soon be published in the Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention, shows that even low...Show More Summary

35 percent of injury-related ER visits in Ghana alcohol-related

(University of Michigan Health System) Researchers conducted a cross-sectional chart review of 1,085 patients older than 18 who presented to the KATH emergency department within eight hours of an injury and found 382 subjects, or 35 percent, tested positive for any level of alcohol in their systems.

Presence of certain oral bacterium in esophageal cancer samples associated with shorter survival

(American Association for Cancer Research) Among Japanese patients with esophageal cancer, those whose cancer tested positive for DNA from the bacterium Fusobacterium nucleatum had shorter cancer-specific survival compared with those whose cancer had no DNA from the bacterium.

Victoria Beckham To Start Selling Kids’ Clothing

5 hours agoHealth / Pregnancy : Belly Itch

Victoria Beckham will soon join the small legion of celebrity designers to launch a line of children’s clothing. Today, our Bellyitch Bumpwatch alum announced her effort to expand her brand to more global audiences via a partnership with Target. The mega retail chain will sell the 200+ piece collection at a modest price point starting... Read More »

Malasana or garland pose

Malasana or the garland pose is a squatting pose designed to improve the digestive system. The malasana pose is also beneficial for The post Malasana or garland pose appeared first on, Health News, News, Health Magazine, Health in Natural ways, Holistic Health, Yoga, Ayurveda.

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