April 2018

Vitamin D Deficient : This Sign May Surprise You

Do you consume adequate Vitamin D ? Don’t take lightly about Vitamin D. This Sign May Surprise You. In an Everyday Health piece, Nancie George lists five illnesses linked to vitamin D deficiency: A 2014 study published in the journal Neurology found that moderate-to-severe vitamin D deficiency in older adults may double the risk for some forms of dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease. Prostate cancer A 2014 study published in the

Smoking in 2018 – Where Are We Now? (Infographic)

As of 2018 there are one billion smokers in the world. In other words, that’s one in seven people. This figure represents a massive increase in tobacco consumption all over the world. This figure has skyrocketed over the course of a mere few decades, for example in 1980 there were 721 million smokers in the world. As tobacco consumption increases we are also seeing a global rise in tobacco related health

Top Massages That Improve Your Body The Most

Our bodies work throughout the day during the day to ensure the fulfillment of all the necessary tasks. Under the pretext, we end up feeling stress and tired most of the time. The only time on that day is when we rest while we sleep. Our skin feels less excited, and the brain is mentally exhausted. Since our bodies have pressure points, it is necessary to relieve tension in the

Too much sitting is bad for the brain

In a first-of-its-kind study, researchers have found that in people middle-aged and older, a brain structure that is key to learning and memory is plumpest in those who spend the most time standing up and moving. At every age, prolonged sitters show less thickness in the medial temporal lobe and the subregions that make it up, the study found. The prospect of thinning in the brain’s medial temporal lobe should

10 Worst Processed Foods for People With Diabetes

When you get diabetes, there’s need to control your foods. Processed foods mayh contain lots of falt, salt and sugar. “Planning ahead is one of the most important skills for eating healthy,” says Julie Pike, RD, CDE, of the Center for Pediatric Obesity and Diabetes Prevention Research at Indiana University Health in Indianapolis.  It is important for us to avoid some of this processed foods :- 1) Chicken Nuggets These ubiquitous finger

simple exercises

It’s unfortunately commonplace for people to injure themselves on the job. This is especially true when the job involves heavy lifting or manual labor. Many of these injuries could be avoided if proper lifting techniques were taught and used more frequently. To start—it’s best to plan ahead when you will be moving heavy objects. Make sure your path is clear and utilize any equipment you may have available. If none