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14 October 2019

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  • New drug-pricing data shows stunning hikes—one whopping 667% increase - A listed reason for raising prices is "market conditions"
    14 October 2019
  • WVU researchers tackle rising health care costs with artificial intelligence
    14 October 2019
  • Doctors Demand FDA Add Breast Cancer Warning on Cheese
    14 October 2019
  • Danny Mills’ combined Liverpool and Man Utd XI sends Twitter into meltdown as he is applauded for ‘pundit s***housery’
    14 October 2019

    DANNY MILLS has been applauded for his mixed Manchester United-Liverpool XI — that includes solely gamers from the Merseyside membership. The previous Leeds and Manchester Metropolis full-back has rejected all the United squad in favour of these of their rivals. Danny Mills trolled Manchester United with a mixed XI consisting completely of Liverpool gamersSky Sports activities Information Mills performed for

    The post Danny Mills’ combined Liverpool and Man Utd XI sends Twitter into meltdown as he is applauded for ‘pundit s***housery’ appeared first on Crazy Health.

  • Plumber caught having sex with man’s wife says he’s ‘not proud’ of romp
    14 October 2019

    A SHAMED plumber who was caught having intercourse on a consumer’s couch with a mutual pal’s spouse has hit again at criticism. Mike Wilson, 42, has blasted his former good friend and ex-client Michael Williams for taking CCTV footage of Mike’s romp with a married girl to the press, saying “I’m not a randy handyman!” The handyman has hit out

    The post Plumber caught having sex with man’s wife says he’s ‘not proud’ of romp appeared first on Crazy Health.

  • What you should know about cataract surgery
    14 October 2019
    How to make smart choices and avoid complications.
  • CBD On The Rise: What Makes It So Popular?
    14 October 2019

    In this article, you’ll learn and discover why CBD is on the rise and what makes it so popular? Everywhere you look these days, it seems another CBD shop has sprung up, offering CBD oil as a herbal supplement to help with a wide variety of physical and mental health issues. Even some celebrities have been taking a liking to hemp products lately, with Kristen Bell stating recently that she uses CBD oil to help manage stress. But what exactly does this apparent “miracle cure” have to offer, and what exactly has made it so popular among so many different demographics? What Is CBD? CBD, otherwise known as cannabidiol, is a compound found in the hemp plant that is often used as an herbal supplement. Despite being technically related to marijuana, hemp and CBD have no psychoactive effects, making it safe to use as far as all current research is concerned. It’s often used to manage a variety of medical conditions, including chronic issues. With an aging population, this is likely to be beneficial; by 2030, as many as six out of 10 Baby Boomers will be managing a chronic condition. According to a Brightfield Group and HelloMD survey, 80% of respondents found CBD products to be “very or extremely effective” in helping maintain wellness. How CBD Is Helping Heal As CBD becomes more widely available, more and more people are using it to manage their chronic conditions. Currently, CBD has been used to help manage everything from anxiety and...

    The post CBD On The Rise: What Makes It So Popular? appeared first on The Complete Herbal Guide.

  • 3 Tips To Ease Seasonal Affective Disorder Symptoms
    14 October 2019

    In this article, you’ll learn and discover tips to ease Seasonal Affective Disorder symptoms. Days are getting shorter and nights are getting longer now that we’re officially nearing the end of the year. Unfortunately, as our bodies struggle to adapt to the shortage of sunlight, our brains produce more of the sleep-inducing hormone melatonin and less of the happiness and well-being hormone serotonin. While this physical shift is normal, there are some people who are especially sensitive to seasonal changes and may experience a more serious condition known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD). What is SAD? Seasonal affective disorder is a form of depression that limits a person’s ability to enjoy their lives and their ability to perform day-to-day activities. Approximately 350 million people around the world suffer from some form of depression. Those who suffer from chronic depression may find their symptoms worsen at certain times of the year because of the seasonal impact on the body’s hormone levels. This can be especially true for people under a lot of stress such as caregivers, with 40 to 70 percent of adult guardians showing signs of depression. However, not everyone who suffers from chronic depression suffers from SAD, and not everyone with SAD suffers from chronic depression. How can I ease my SAD symptoms? SAD symptoms can make it difficult to find joy in your daily life, and they can make the holiday season especially challenging. To help you manage your SAD, here are a few ways you can ease...

    The post 3 Tips To Ease Seasonal Affective Disorder Symptoms appeared first on The Complete Herbal Guide.

  • 4 Basic Benefits Your Dentist Should Provide
    14 October 2019

    Dental care is one of the most essential things to maintain good personal hygiene. It is a lifelong commitment that you and your dentist should work out together. A dentist is not like a normal doctor who you visit only when needed. A relationship with a dentist is much more personal, and on top of […]

    The post 4 Basic Benefits Your Dentist Should Provide appeared first on Healthsoothe: Health and Dental care.

  • MAKING LIFE EASIER WHEN YOU SUFFER FROM ARTHRITIS…
    14 October 2019

    Last Saturday, the 12th October was the 22nd World Arthritis Day.

    It is a day designed to raise global awareness about all facets of the disease.

    Arthritis affects approximately 350 million people worldwide.

    Among the long list of diseases considered to be in the arthritic family are ankylosing spondylitis, gout, lupus, osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. It is an inflammation of the joints and can affect one or multiple joints. The symptoms usually develop over time but the Arthritis Foundation say that early treatment is the best treatment. Finding things to make your life easier is important to any sufferer. It is not a condition just for the elderly, children as young as 3 can be diagnosed with juvenile idiopathic arthritis.

    The theme for 2019 is Time2Work , which was part of the EULAR Campaign Don’t Delay, Connect Today to highlight the importance of early diagnosis and treatment for rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases.

    On the National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society site they said that Professor Dane Carol Black wrote these words in her report to Tony Blair’s government “Working for a healthier tomorrow” in 2008. ”Work is central to human existence and the motive force for all economics. For individuals, it provides structure and meaning and is good for people’s health and well being as well as their financial health and prosperity. Moreover, work benefits families and is socially inclusive.”

    Almost a decade later, the report which the National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society published in collaboration with the University of Manchester at the end of 2017 entitled “Work Matters” is a very important survey of more than 1000 people with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA). Despite a number of government initiatives, the survey suggests that many people with inflammatory arthritis are struggling to find the type of work that they want and need.

    However, just being able to get to work and get around the work environment can be a real worry to some sufferers. Where do you start to find out about the different types of mobility aids and wheelchairs to help you get around. Well, one such company called ‘Pro Rider Mobility’ is a great place to start. They have a vast choice of mobility scooters, wheelchairs and other mobility aids to choose from. Your life can be turned around in an instance if you can get from a to b easily.

    The National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society also have a great video on this year’s ‘Time2Work’ event which focuses on how and why employers should provide better support for people with rheumatoid arthritis and other long term conditions in the workplace as this benefits not only the employee but the employers as well.

    Although I was always under the impression that most of my spinal pain was mechanical, disc related and failed back surgery an MRI I had a done eighteen months ago showed my spine also had some arthritis in it. I’ve still not had a discussion about this nor been given any different type of medication for it but after reading more on this disease I think it is something I will bring up in the future.

    There are a number of sites you can find on the internet with all the information on the different types of arthritis but leading on from the recent Awareness Day and campaign some have more details about the Time2Work which I will list here for you.

    The Arthritis Foundation

    The National Rheumatoid Arthritic Society

    The Global Rheumatoid Arthritis Network

    Arthritis Care UK –


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