Repetitive head trauma can have an even more dramatic impact then one event potentially leading to chronic traumatic encephalopathy which is a progressive degenerative disease of the brain that effects memory, cognition and leads to a variety of behavioral problems.
The most common form of glaucoma is primary open angle glaucoma which is caused by clogging in the eyes, drainage canals that slowly increase pressure in the eye.
Recently there have been an increasing number of studies conducted to take a look at the impact and one of the most interesting has to do with food and sleep.
Now there is news from a New York based study which looked at installation of so called water jets or electrically cooled large water dispensers, in elementary and middle schools.
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The researchers think the rise may be due to poor water intake and dietary habits such as an increase in sodium and decrease in calcium intake.
The researchers actually studied people who were sedentary much of the day and compared them with those who moved around at a reasonable level.
Acid reflux is a problem that occurs when acid from the stomach gets back up to the esophagus and causes damage to it.
It is very important to fight stress and do all we can to minimize this. Of course it is much easier said than done.
Since peaking in 1991, cancer death rates have dropped by 23 percent.
The American College of Physicians and the CDC are asking physicians not to prescribe antibiotics unnecessarily for colds, sore throats, bronchitis, and sinus infections that aren’t complicated.
It is a very interesting question: does acupuncture help in the treatment of hot flashes for women at the time of menopause?
These are the common symptoms along with other signs during the day such as daytime sleepiness, waking up with headaches and memory problems. But there is another interesting finding: about 40 percent of people with sleep apnea have diabetes.
The study brings up an important conversation for you and your physician.
The numbers are quite dramatic: nearly three-fourths of all teens have smartphones.