OK all, it’s been confirmed, on CNN news just now, it’s no longer a myth, “Cell phone use can increase possible cancer risk” confirmed by WHO. “It’s in the same “hazard” category as lead, engine exhaust and chloroform” “exhaust and chloroform Until now, WHO has said no adverse health effects have been established” “The cell phone industry maintains that there is no conclusive evidence of danger” The bottom line is it can cause cancer, there were a tons of youtube videos showing you the popcorns pops when a cell phone rang, well that’s still a joke, but cell phones once again can cause cancer. Please use your wire headset, I think it’s better than wireless headset or bluetooth. Cell phones industries manufacturers better come up with a less radiation device from now on. We’re talking about a team of 31 scientists from 14 countries including the United States. Check more videos below, also tips on protecting yourself from cell phones dangers radiations. Continue reading Confirmed team 31 scientists from 14 countries cell phone can cause cancer→
DRINKING WATER AT THE RIGHT TIME. Another little tidbit that’s news to me.
Always knew to drink a lot of water, but who knew timing played a role on the anatomy. Drinking water at the correct time
maximizes its effectiveness on the Human body:
2 glasses of water after waking up helps activate internal organs
1 glass of water 30 minutes before a meal – helps digestion
1 glass of water before taking a bath – helps lower blood pressure
1 glass of water before going to bed – avoids stroke or heart attack
And my own personal tips, drink warm water when you can.
Heart Disease Treatment Costs May Triple in Next 20 Years
The costs of treating heart disease are expected to triple by the year 2030, creating an “enormous financial burden” for millions of Americans, the American Heart Association says in a new policy statement. https://www.webmdhealth.com/nl/nlv.aspx?id=gbcnsbIjiuQ=&s=20923
Stay healthy this year by keeping up with important preventive care screenings. They can help find health conditions early, before they become more costly and hard to treat. Some can help save your life. Here are just a few to remember:
* Glaucoma screening
Glaucoma is a buildup of pressure in your eyes. According to the Glaucoma Research Foundation, more than 3 million Americans have it. Yet only half know. So see your eye doctor. Get checked for glaucoma at least every 2 years.
* Colon cancer screening
If you’re age 50 and over, make sure you get a colorectal cancer screening. It can help find polyps. Polyps are growths that can form inside the colon lining. Some polyps can turn into cancer. So removing them early is one of the best ways to help prevent colon cancer.
* Breast cancer screening
Women age 40 and over should have a mammogram every one to two years. A mammogram can help find breast cancer when it’s too small to be felt.
* Cervical cancer screening
Women age 21 and over should have a cervical cancer screening. It’s also called a Pap test. It helps find changes in the cervix that may lead to cancer. Cervical cancer may often be prevented if changes are found and treated early.
Your doctor may tell you to get some cancer screenings sooner. Talk to your doctor about your personal and family health history. And trust your instincts. Let your doctor know if something just isn’t right.
Osteoporosis Tips: Build Stronger Bones
Building strong bones now may protect you from osteoporosis later. How diet and exercise can help strengthen your bones.
WebMD Fibromyalgia Community: I Don’t Like to Exercise!
Learn how others add exercise to their fibromyalgia treatment programs.
Vitamin E and Fatty Acids May Ease PMS
A supplement containing vitamin E and essential fatty acids may help reduce symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS), a study shows.
Nutrition for Women at Every Age
Certain nutrients are especially important for women at particular times of life. This article covers nutrition needs for women in their teens and during their childbearing and senior years.
Taking 10,000 Steps a Day May Lower Diabetes Risk
Building up to 10,000 steps each and every day can help control weight and may reduce diabetes risk, suggests new research in the British Medical Journal.
Sitting for Too Long Is Bad for Your Health
We all know that too much sitting isn’t good for you. Now a new study suggests it’s not just the length of time we spend sitting down but the number of times we get up during that time that can influence our health.
Is Stevia a Good Substitute for Sugar?
According to our expert, stevia products are an excellent natural sweetener, especially for people with diabetes.
Team Treatment Helps Depression, Chronic Disease
More than 40% of older Americans have multiple chronic conditions, such as diabetes and heart disease, and many also suffer from depression.
Americans Say Their Diet Is Healthy, but Is It?
Close to 90% of Americans say they eat a healthy diet, but their penchant for sugary foods and drinks suggests otherwise. read more
Bridget Moynahan Speaks Her Mind
Bridget Moynahan — the former model and now busy actress — talks about her love of exercise, healthy food, and her role as a DA in the new series Blue Bloods. read more
The Deadliest Diets
Older adults whose eating patterns center around high-fat dairy foods or sweets and desserts have a 40% higher 10-year death rate than those who mainly eat healthy foods.
Kids Sweet on Caffeine, Mainly Soda
Three-quarters of children aged 5 to 12 consume caffeine, and this habit may be keeping them up at night, according to a new study.
Low Vitamin D in Newborns Linked to Wheezing
Infants at age 3 months who had newborn blood levels of 25-hydroxyvitamin D — a measurement of vitamin D — below 25 nanomoles per liter (nmol/L) were twice as likely to develop respiratory infections compared with infants who had levels at 75 nmol/L or higher, according to an international study.
Year 2011 will be year of the cat on Thursday February 3 2011.
Year of the Cat
The prowler, the Vietnamese year of the cat symbolizes sensitivity, gentleness and kindness. But, be careful, for cats can be like kittens, too. People born in the Vietnamese horoscope years: 1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, and 1999 are Cats. And off course 2011. Continue reading Vietnamese New Year Tet date for 2011→
Is Depression Wrecking Your Weight? Does depression cause weight gain or weight loss? Does weight gain or weight loss cause depression? WebMD helps to unravel the mystery surrounding the link between depression and weight.
They are both heavy burdens – weight problems and depression . And they often go hand in hand.
Some people gain weight when they’re depressed. Others lose weight , to an unhealthy degree.
Which comes first? And how can you untangle the link between depression and weight — especially if depression has sapped you of your energy to make changes? Here’s what experts say you need to know.
Register a free account with mate1.com on left side to find your mate. There is an article on cnn.com news written about married couple live healthy and longer life with frequent sex, it almost indicated that if you’re divorced or living alone with no activities such as sex will have an impact on your health and live shorter life. Well, most people eat healthy and exercise regularly can archive same result? not really … check out this article on cnn.com http://www.cnn.com/2010/HEALTH/03/09/healthy.sex/index.html
Not only lower cancer risk but I think benefit many other areas.
HDL ‘Good’ Cholesterol Associated With Reduced Risk for Cancer
By Katrina Woznicki
WebMD Medical News Reviewed by Laura J. Martin, MD
June 15, 2010 — Maintaining a healthy cholesterol level may help protect you against cancer , according to a new study.
Researchers at the Molecular Cardiology Research Institute at Tufts Medical Center in Boston conducted an analysis of 24 trials that investigated the pros and cons of cholesterol treatment interventions, primarily statin therapy. The research team looked at high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol, the “good” cholesterol that is protective against heart disease , and the incidence of cancer. Continue reading Do you know that Healthy Cholesterol May Lower Cancer Risk→
All these are from WebMD.
Processed Meat Linked to Heart, Diabetes Risks A new study shows eating processed red meat — such as hot dogs, bacon, sausage, and cold cuts — is linked to an increased risk in heart disease and diabetes.
Working Overtime May Hurt Your Heart Working a lot of overtime may be good for your wallet, but it may be bad for your heart.
Bran Reduces Heart Disease Deaths Eating bran-rich whole grains is associated with a lower risk of death and death from cardiovascular causes in women with diabetes, a new study finds.