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If you have asthma, go for a swim

If you have asthma, go for a swim...

Posted by KellieMyHS in Asthma News, Kellie's blog on September 21, 2009 | no responses | permalink

Researchers found regular swimming to be an effective non drug alternative to treat asthma.

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Weight on the waist increases asthma risk

Weight on the waist increases asthma risk...

Posted by KellieMyHS in Kellie's blog, Other Health News on September 19, 2009 | no responses | permalink

Being overweight and obese is known to increase the risk of asthma. This study shows that weight women carry on the waist is especially important.

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Traffic noise increases blood pressure

Traffic noise increases blood pressure...

The noise of cars and trucks on busy roads is not just annoying. It may also be causing your blood pressure to rise, according to a new study.

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What is pre-diabetes?

What is pre-diabetes?...

Posted by KellieMyHS in Diabetes News, Kellie's blog on September 16, 2009 | no responses | permalink

The center for disease control reports that 54 million US adults have pre-diabetes. This video shows what pre-diabetes it and how to avoid it.

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Whole flaxseed helps cholesterol

Whole flaxseed helps cholesterol...

Posted by KellieMyHS in Cholesterol News, Kellie's blog on September 13, 2009 | no responses | permalink

Adding the whole flaxseed to your diet can lower your cholesterol levels, according to research that looked at the results of many flaxseed studies.

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Color coded meds don’t work for the color blind

Color coded meds don’t work for the color blind...

Posted by KellieMyHS in Asthma News, Kellie's blog on September 12, 2009 | no responses | permalink

A survey has shown that color coded drugs don’t work for the colorblind. Mistakes can be made especially for asthma inhalers and warfarin, and other drugs, that use different colors.

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The effects of high blood pressure

The effects of high blood pressure...

Posted by KellieMyHS in Blood Pressure News, Kellie's blog on September 11, 2009 | 2 responses | permalink

What happens to your brain, eyes, kidneys and heart when you have high blood pressure? I found a video which gives great insight into the effects of hypertension on the body.

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Five tips to avoid chronic disease

Five tips to avoid chronic disease...

Posted by KellieMyHS in Kellie's blog, Other Health News on September 8, 2009 | no responses | permalink

The results of a long term study of over 20,000 people has concluded with five real tips for a life without diabetes, cancer, stroke and heart attack.

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How to self test your INR

How to self test your INR...

I found a great video for anyone who is considering self testing and home monitoring of their INR results to make their life easier.

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How to monitor your blood glucose

How to monitor your blood glucose...

Posted by KellieMyHS in Diabetes News, Kellie's blog on September 7, 2009 | 11 responses | permalink

I found a great video that explains how home monitoring of blood glucose can help you manage your blood glucose. It shows exactly how to use a blood glucose monitor.

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Memory problems linked to hypertension

Memory problems linked to hypertension...

A new study has shown controlling your blood pressure might help prevent memory and thinking problems, especially if you are over 45 years old.

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Taking your body temperature

Taking your body temperature...

Posted by KellieMyHS in Kellie's blog, Other Health News on September 3, 2009 | no responses | permalink

Ear and digital thermometers are so convenient as they tell you or your child’s body temperature reading in seconds. Watch this video to make sure you are using yours properly.

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Overweight friends eat more together

Overweight friends eat more together...

Posted by KellieMyHS in Kellie's blog, Other Health News on September 1, 2009 | no responses | permalink

Could some of your overweight friends be sabotaging your diet? Study shows that overweight friends eat more when they dine out together.

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Sleep apnea increases your risk of dying early

Sleep apnea increases your risk of dying early...

People with severe breathing disorders during sleep, such as sleep apnea, were more likely to die from a variety of causes earlier, according to a new study.

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Warning over cholesterol in fried foods

Warning over cholesterol in fried foods...

A type of cholesterol called oxycholesterol, found in fried and fast foods, is more likely to damage the arteries than LDL or ‘bad’ cholesterol.

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