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January 11, 2019

Cherries – A Great Combo Of Taste And Health

Cherries are sweet and delicious, but did you know they’re full of nutrients and great for your health? Here’re just a few of the reasons why cherries are oh-so-good for you.

1. Cherries contain vitamins and other nutrients that can help to prevent cancer.

Fiber, Vitamin C, carotenoids and anthocyanins in combination have been referred to as an “anti-cancer team,” with the potential for huge benefits. You’ll find all of these in cherries.

 

 

2. Cherries provide a burst of health-boosting antioxidants.

Vitamin C, carotenoids and anthocyanins are all antioxidants. A major role that they play in the body is preventing cellular damage, which [...]

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January 10, 2019

8 Ways of Getting More Rest in Less Sleep

Quality sleep is one of the most important variables to improve your brain function, longevity, and performance in all aspects of life. We all know this but so many people have trouble getting quality sleep. If you’re struggling with getting enough rest, I’ve come up with 9 ways for you to measure and hack your sleep for the best performance.  Track Your Sleep Quality :

 

Often when people are having sleep trouble, they don’t know what’s going wrong. That’s why I recommend you start by using a sleep app like SleepCycle on the iPhone. This app simply requires you to put your phone on your mattress under your top sheet and set the alarm. It will then track your sleep patterns [...]
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January 6, 2019

Occupational Lung Disease- Gift of an Unhealthy Working Site

Repeated and long-term exposure to certain irritants on the job can lead to an array of lung diseases that may have lasting effects, even after exposure ceases. Certain occupations, because of the nature of their location, work, and environment, are more at risk for occupational lung diseases than others. Contrary to a popular misconception, coal miners are not the only ones at risk for occupational lung diseases. For instance, working in a car garage or textile factory can expose a person to hazardous chemicals, dusts, and fibers that may lead to a lifetime of lung problems if not properly diagnosed and treated.

Consider these statistics :

Occupational lung diseases [...]

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January 5, 2019

How to Manage a Nose Bleed

Nose Bleeds are very common entity… specially among the children because of habit of pricking their nose

It is also known as Epistaxis. Underlying causes are not serious always

Most of the cases are not very serious but if prolonged can be Serious.

 

 

Here are some tips to handle nose bleed:

 

Sit up straight and tip your head slightly forward. Note: Do not tilt your head back. This may cause blood to run down the back of your throat, and you may swallow it. Swallowed blood can irritate your stomach and cause vomiting. And vomiting may make the bleeding worse or cause it to start again. Spit out any blood that gathers in [...]
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January 4, 2019

5 Smart Ways to Tackle the COPD Stress

  COPD – Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Here are five COPD stress-management techniques you can adopt right away to ease stress and, in turn, your COPD symptoms:

 

Step 1. Treat COPD to Reduce Stress

The best way to reduce COPD stress is to get a handle on your COPD. “Use your medications on a regular basis to keep your airways dilated so you can breathe better,” says Hatipoglu. Bronchodilators help treat COPD by relaxing the muscles around the airways to keep them open.

Also, don’t forget to get flu and pneumonia vaccinations, because both illnesses can cause a COPD exacerbation and stress.

 

Step 2. Learn to Breathe [...]
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December 26, 2018

Simple Ways to Treat Dehydration, Anywhere, Anytime.

Treating Infants and Children : Use an oral rehydration solution : This is the preferred treatment recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics for mild to moderate dehydration. Plan to restore your child’s fluid levels over the course of 3-4 hours.

Use a commercial electrolyte solution such as Pedialyte. These solutions have sugar and salt electrolytes to help prevent low blood sugar. It is possible to make your own rehydration solutions, but due to the possibility of error, it is generally safer to use commercial solutions Give your child 1-2 teaspoons (5-10ml) of the solution every few minutes. You can use a spoon or an oral syringe (does not contain a needle).Start [...]
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December 19, 2018

Emergency care for Epilepsy seizure

Seizures are uncontrolled electrical activity in the brain that may lead to symptoms that may range from mild loss of attention to violent muscular contractions that can lead to death. Everyone has the potential to have seizures. Some people have them frequently. Seizure disorders vary tremendously. Some people have only an occasional seizure, and other people have daily or more frequent seizures.

If you witness someone with epilepsy having a generalized tonic-clonic seizure, remember that it’s probably not an emergency, although it may look like one.

Keep these first-aid tips in mind:

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