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7 lifestyle factors that influence your fertility

Posted February 10, 2014

Research is showing that the decisions you make about your nutrition, exercise, stress, and environmental toxin exposure can influence your health and fertility. Additionally, these lifestyle factors also influence the health and development of your baby once your pregnant! While some aspects of lifestyle may not be modifiable, there are many that can be modified in order to promote health and fertility.

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Reverse the effects of aging naturally

Posted January 7, 2014

People are often obsessed with age, in the early years being proud to become and act older, and in the latter years doing everything possible to look younger. So how then can we take more control over the effects of the degenerative aging process?

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Five lifestyle behaviors lower dementia risk by 60 percent, way more than any drug or allopathic advice

Posted December 18, 2013

As we approach an epidemic in the number of newly diagnosed cases of dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, irrefutable evidence continues to emerge supporting the science behind following simple lifestyle modifications to dramatically lower the risk of developing memory-robbing illnesses and most other chronic diseases as well. Based on the current trend, experts fear that as many as one in three Americans over the age of 65 will suffer from some degree of dementia by the year 2050.

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These Small Lifestyle Changes Lead to a Big Reduction in Stroke Risk

Posted November 20, 2013

Vascular injury, especially the type inflicted as a result of a stroke, can have a devastating effect on the quality of a person’s life and place them at significantly increased risk of death. Similar to other chronic illnesses, stroke risk can be modified by making small changes to diet, physical activity level, smoking, blood pressure and blood glucose readings. In fact, researchers have found that paying more attention to how we live on a daily basis can reduce the risk of falling victim to a stroke or untimely death by close to fifty percent.

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4 Habits That Can Lower Your All-Cause Risk of Death by 80%

Posted November 6, 2013

If you could dramatically lower your risk of dying from all causes by eighty percent, would it be worth your effort to change a few simple lifestyle habits? Virtually everyone has a concern about chronic disease and mortality, especially as they get older, but researchers are now able to quantify a significantly reduced risk profile that can be achieved by adopting four common sense practices that will come as no surprise to health-minded individuals.

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Food and lifestyle advice should be the same for people with or without diabetes

Posted October 15, 2013

A new study published in the journal Diabetologia suggests people with diabetes can follow the same diet and lifestyle advice as the general population. Researchers for the study say diabetics can benefit from exercise and healthy eating even more than people without the disease. however. The point the researchers are making is that whether you have diabetes or do not, advice for making food choices, exercise and avoidance of activities that harm health should be the same for everyone.

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Study shows that diet and lifestyle advice for those with diabetes should be ‘no different’ from that for general public

Posted October 14, 2013

New research published in Diabetologia (the journal of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes [EASD]) suggests that lifestyle advice for people with diabetes should be no different from that for the general public, although those with diabetes may benefit more from that same advice. The research is by Dr Diewertje Sluik, Department of Epidemiology, German Institute of Human Nutrition Potsdam-Rehbruecke, Nuthetal, Germany, and colleagues.

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Three Factors that Can Reduce Female Cancer by More Than Half

Posted September 13, 2013

Endometrial cancer is cancer that forms in the tissue that lines the uterus, called the endometrium. Nearly all cancers of the uterus start here and they affect more women each year than ovarian and cervical cancer combined. The National Cancer Institute estimates that more than 49,000 new cases will be diagnosed in 2013.

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7 Lifestyle Habits that Can Save You From Cancer

Posted September 13, 2013

The incidence and etiology of many forms of cancer and the development of cardiovascular disease run on a parallel course as they are both the result of lifestyle habits that are well within our control. It comes as no big surprise, then, that scientists have created a list of seven healthy practices that can dramatically lower the risk of developing either one of these illnesses that account for more than half of all deaths in the U.S. each year.

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Treat Hypertension With a Healthy Lifestyle

Posted August 29, 2013

Hypertension or high blood pressure is described as a chronic medical condition characterized by elevated blood pressure in the arteries. Hypertension is becoming a serious threat across the world and is called the ‘silent killer’. Owing to the fast pace of lives today, surmounting competition in practically every field, food adulteration and other serious lifestyle alterations that have crept in our lives, cases of hypertension are rising every day.

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