Seeing A Neurologist For Health Issues

If you experience any kind of pain in the back, neck or head, then you might want to consider seeing a neurologist. The physician can examine the area of the body that is causing problems, ordering tests if they are necessary to determine if there are any issues that need to be further addressed. There are some health issues that you should be more alert to than others that might warrant a visit to one of the neurologists in Broward County. If you have any kind of pain that resonates…

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Make Beauty Integral To Your Life By Using These Aesthetic Tips And Tricks

  People who want to optimize their physical appearance to gain confidence or operate more effectively in public settings should know that they can realize their aesthetic objectives. If you’re looking for a place to start your journey into deeper dimensions of beauty, you’ve come to the right place. Below you’ll find several aesthetic tips and tricks you can implement to make beauty an integral component of your lifestyle: 1. Use The Right Skin Products. One of the best ways to make beauty integral to your life is by using…

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Teacup Persian Kittens – Setting the Record Straight

More often than not, categorising cats can be a very perplexing task to do, and even more mystifying to remember. Something as easy as features could be one of the ways to differentiate between them then comes their originality and so on. One such example can be taken of ‘Teacup Persian kittens,’ that only amaze one with their features but also their background. With the word ‘teacup’ being used on and off, this is actually used to identify their ‘golden and silver’ Persian family breed and is nowhere related to…

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Ayurvedic body types- The Tridoshas

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Ayurveda is a dynamic condition of harmony between brain, body, soul and the environment. In Ayurveda, there are three fundamental types of energy or universal principles known as the doshas. From numerous points of view, the doshas; vata, pitta and kapha are the building blocks of the material world. Each one of them can be found in everyone and everything. They join to make diverse climates, foods, species, and individuals within the same species. Truth be told, the specific proportion of vata, pitta, and kapha inside each one of us…

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Why Oral Care Is Important to Your Overall Health

Even for people who strive to live a very healthy lifestyle, oral health may not be at the top of the priority list, and there are a few different reasons for this. One is the fact that people may look at good oral hygiene as something that’s about aesthetics only, and as long as their teeth look good they’re happy. There’s also the fact that a lot of people don’t have dental insurance coverage and they don’t want to pay out of pocket for the visits, but they’re often less…

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Tips For Setting Up Your Dream Home Gym

There are a lot of reasons you might prefer working out at home. For many people, it’s because they don’t want to be around other people when they’re lifting weights or doing cardio, and for others, they simply don’t want to pay the often very expensive gym fees. There’s also the fact that when you work out from home, you don’t have to drive anywhere, so you’re more likely to actually do it. If you’re a parent, you might prefer a home gym so you don’t have to consider childcare…

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Getting Serious About Teen Smartphone Addiction

Parents don’t need a poll to tell them their teenagers are addicted to smartphones. After all, smartphones are a permanent fixture rather than accessories on the visages of kids of all ages these days. Even so, polls move these everyday observances from anecdotal to official problem when the numbers tilt in that direction — and a Common Sense Media poll hit full tilt. The fact that 59 percent of parents said their teens were addicted to mobile devices was not surprising. However, the fact that 50 percent of teens admitted they were…

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New Robotic Device May Improve Stroke Survivors’ Mobility

SEOUL:  Researchers have developed a new robotic tool that may in combination with standard rehabilitation programme improve the mobility of patients surviving a stroke. Stroke, known as a leading cause of long-term disability, is a sudden loss of brain function, caused by the interruption of blood flow to the brain or the rupture of a blood vessels in the brain and an estimated 150,000 people die from it each year. As a consequence of stroke, the survivors are often left with muscle over-activity, including spasticity, characterised by tight or stiff muscles and an inability…

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Aspirin Increases Bleeding Risk In Older Stroke Patients: Study

PARIS, FRANCE:  Long-term, daily use of aspirin to prevent blood clots in very elderly patients leads to an increased risk of serious or fatal internal bleeding, researchers said Wednesday. Heartburn medication would allows people 75 years and older to keep the preventative benefits of aspirin while avoiding its dangerous side-effects, they reported in the medical journal The Lancet. Even among people with no history of heart problems or stroke, the risk of gastrointestinal bleeding goes up with age for aspirin users, other research has shown. Roughly half of all adults 75 and over in the US and Europe…

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Obesity ‘Epidemic’ Affects One In 10 Worldwide

WASHINGTON, UNITED STATES:  More than one in 10 people worldwide are now obese and 2.2 billion are believed to be overweight, fueling a global health crisis that claims millions of lives every year, according to a major new international study released on Monday. Obesity numbers have more than doubled in 73 countries and surged elsewhere around the world since the launch in 1980 of the study published in the New England Journal of Medicine. Conducted in 195 countries over a 35-year period, the research presented at a conference in Stockholm on…

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