Kevin Stephens

Yoga – The Solution For Insomnia

At one time, or another, all of us have experienced insomnia for any type of reason. There are times when lack of sleep just can’t be helped, such as: the loss a loved one, going through a divorce, and losing your job. These are some of life’s serious crisis situations, where we have to let […]

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Health: What Can You Do To Stay Healthy?

There are 5 simple things you can do, to stay healthy. 1. Avoid smoking and smokers 2. Eat right and keep your BMI (Body Mass Index) at 18,5 – 24,8 3. Try to avoid drinking alcohol 4. Exercise daily 5. Sleep right 1. Avoid smoking and smokers Dangers of smoking. If you smoke, you should […]

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Home Air Purifiers: Healthy Home Solution

If you are looking to buy a new home air purifier, check our tips that will help you make an informed decision. Air purifiers have become an essential component in many households today. Home air purifiers filter out allergy-provoking substances, such as dust mites, chemical and organic odors, pet dander and plant pollen. These devices […]

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Health Care Job Search Tips: Health Is Wealth Indeed!

Nowadays, jobs falling under the health care category are one of the most in demand jobs. This is because more and more countries fall short with regards to their employees and staff in the health care industry. In fact, aside from computers and information technology, heath care jobs are the ones that are greatly sought […]

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Ibd And Crohn’s Disease – What’s The Link?

Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) is a term used for a group of illnesses affecting the digestive system. With roughly one million sufferers in the United States, IBD is primarily composed of two disorders: Crohn’s Disease and ulcerative colitis.

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Women’s Health And The Mammogram Controversy

Despite the urgings of national health organizations for women to have annual or biannual mammograms after the age of 40, uncertainty and controversy about the procedure persists. Based on cumulative evidence, screening mammography has become standard health care in many countries. However, the value of the procedure has been challenged by two Danish researchers who […]

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