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No, It's Not Crazy to Be Afraid of Box Jumps
Photo: Westend61/Getty ImagesJen Widerstrom is aShapeadvisory board member, a fitness expert, a life coach, a cohost of Daily Blast Live, the best-selling author ofDiet Right for Your Personality Type, and the mastermind behind ourUltimate 40-Day Plan to Crush Any Goal. Here, she answers your plyo-r
Richard Bacon reunites with kids after 'nearly dying' before coming out of coma
Now the star is able to cuddle Arthur, six, and four-year-old Ivy as he preparess to leave Lewisham hospital.
Reach Peak Hydration with Gel Water, the Latest Drink Trend
Photo: Ted CavanaughWhat your body really needs to function optimally, it turns out, might be gel water, a little-known substance that scientists are just starting to learn about. Also called structured water, this liquid is found in and around plant and animal cells, including our own, says Dana Co
The Next Cancer Treatments Could Come From Old Drugs
© Reutersrx drugsAt a time when drugs can take a decade from discovery to market, and as Big Pharma develops fewer drugs, a growing number of researchers are betting on old drugs.
'Take No Notice' of 'Simply Frightening' Cancer Risks
Recently, Californians began noticing signs in their local coffee shops: “Chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer and reproductive toxicity, including acrylamide, are present in coffee, baked goods, and other foods or beverages sold here.”
US health care companies begin exploring blockchain technologies
The sprawling U.S. health care industry has trouble managing patient information: Every doctor, medical office, hospital, pharmacy, therapist and insurance company needs different pieces of data to properly care for patients. These records arescattered all over on each business’s computers– and some
Reeling from the news? Train your brain to feel better with these 4 techniques
This all happens afterhysteriaon all sides over a Supreme Court nominee and a fountain of bad news about natural disasters, immigration issues, growing addiction rates, and a startling30 percent increaseindeaths of despair.
Medical costs in retirement are projected to be average of $200K. Are you prepared?
Medicare pays for many of the health care costs incurred by older Americans, but it doesn't cover everything. This creates a financial-planning problem: How much should a person expect to pay in out-of-pocket health-related expenses during retirement?
Hailee Steinfeld's Self-Care Advice Should Be Required Reading
Do you spring out of bed, ready to start your day, or hit snooze over and over again?That Morning Personis HuffPost’s attempt to make sense of mornings by peering into the routines of others.
Psychologists Are Trying To Figure Out Why We Don’t Go To Sleep (Even When We Want To)
For many of us, putting off going to bed is an all too familiar problem. Yet psychologists only came up with a name for this behavior — bedtime procrastination — a few years ago, and still don’t entirely understand why we do it.
Here's What Being LGBTQ Can Do to Your Health
Being LGBTQ is not exactly getting easier by the day. The mental and physical toll of living in what I’m finding to be an increasingly anti-LGBTQ climate creates a toxic amount of stress. It might sound strange to call 2018 a time of intolerance butdiscrimination in healthcaresettings are endangerin
5 Things You Should Know Before You Drink Kombucha Again
Do a quick search ofkombuchaonline and you’ll find that the fizzy drink (produced by fermented tea, sugar, fungi, and bacteria) supposedly supplies sky-high energy, quells pain, fends off certain cancers, detoxes your body, helps you shed weight, and turns your immune system into a fortress. Guzzler
Can A Community Hospital Stick To Its Mission When It Goes For-Profit?
Mission Health, the largest hospital system in western North Carolina, provided $100 million in free charity care last year. This year, it has partnered with 17 civic organizations to deliver care for substance abuse by people who are low-income. Based in bucolic Asheville, the six-hospital system a
New stats show area's battle with drink as it's revealed alcohol-related deaths have shot up at Crosshouse Hospital
Stephen Brown, director of health and social care at NHS Ayrshire and Arran, said: “One alcohol-related death is one too many and each death is a tragedy for the individual’s family and local community.
Hooked: From the pharmacy to the streets, hydromorphone a major concern in Saskatchewan
“Matt,” you see, was coming out of that pharmacy having picked up a prescription ofhydromorphone or oxycodone, given to him because of chronic back pain.
HHS opens door to possibility of importing some drugs in limited cases
It’s an early step, but the idea behind it is one of the boldest the administration has yet proposed as it has laid out a series of ways to bring down the cost of prescription drugs. Although President Trump said on the campaign trail that he supports importing drugs from other countries as a way to
Katy Perry reveals mental health struggle following flop album
The pop star says she spent time in a mental health retreat following the dismal failure of her last album Witness. ...
Four-year plan to boost health approved
17 July 2018Healthand care chiefs have agreed a four-year plan to boost the health ofNorfolkandWaveney.Preventionand early intervention work is key to the strategy, signed off by the health and wellbeing board today (Tuesday 17 July).CouncillorBillBorrett, chairman of the health and
` Spice use risks prison officers ' health '
Andy Dubber, who has worked at the prison for more than 20 years, said: "If you can smell [Spice] you are inhaling it - there is no protection for staff potentially inhaling NPS (new psychoactive substances)."
Can marijuana blunt your sexual health ?
Science has shown that we have receptors distributed from our head to toes made to interact with our endocannabinoids, compounds similar to those found in cannabis. It is part of our chemistry, at a cellular level.