Category Archive for: ‘Health & Fitness’

American Health Council Names Hemant G. Sule, BSN, MSN to Nursing Board

Hemant G. Sule, House-Wide Nurse Educator at the Rehoboth McKinley Hospital, has been selected to join the Nursing Board at the American Health Council. He will be sharing his knowledge and expertise on in Nursing Education, Emergency Nursing, Industrial Nursing, Ophthalmic Nursing and Operating Room Nursing. Amassing over four decades of experience in the field of Nursing, Hemant utilizes his …

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Been There, Do This Instead! A Bridal Q&A

Been There, Do This Instead! A Bridal Q&A

For this year’s Fall Bridal Issue, I’m bringing you straight to the source of some of the most vital information a bride-to-be can receive: newlyweds. These brides have already been there, done that, and now they’re sharing some of the key aspects of their own weddings. Our three lovely brides come from various backgrounds. Deepali* planned her destination wedding in …

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Wellness: The Ultimate Luxury Trend

Wellness: The Ultimate Luxury Trend

Wellness: The Ultimate Luxury Trend By Nisha Jani On a recent flight to Las Vegas, I found myself mindlessly flipping through an in-flight magazine. My gaze landed upon an article about the benefits of a newly designed floating aerobic cycling class – taking place on a boat, which uses the power generated from the stationary cycles aboard to move down …

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Yogas Historical Origin

Yoga’s Historical Origin? Yoga is Found Within

Yoga was never born, thus, it never dies. Yoga is not an historical event or a philosophy devised by a great thinker of the past. Its source lies dormant within each one of us as divine potential. The heart of yoga is hidden inside your very being. It is the union of Atman with Paramatman. When you enter samadhi, the …

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Teen Brains Need Real Food

Teen Brains Need Real Food

As most of you have heard, what you put into your body affects our bodies in many ways. How we look, how much energy we have, even how we smell. So, what does the food you eat have to do with how your brain functions? It matters a lot! Especially for teenagers. Teen brains need real food! When we’re stressed …

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Acupuncture as effective as drugs for pain relief: study

Acupuncture may be a safe and effective alternative to painkillers in providing long-term relief for patients with severe pain, a study suggests. Researchers from RMIT University in Australia conducted a trial in the emergency departments of four hospitals involving about 528 patients with acute low back pain, migraine or ankle sprains. Acupuncture is a form of alternative medicine in which …

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Walking can improve life quality for cancer patients: study

Walking for just 30 minutes three times per week could improve the quality of life for those with advanced cancer, a new study has found. Researchers from the University of Surrey and King’s College London in the UK explored the impact of walking on the quality of life and symptom severity in patients with advanced cancer. Despite growing evidence of …

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India’s vaccine regulatory body NRAI gets highest WHO ratings

The National Regulatory Authority of India (NRAI) has been given the maximum ratings by global health body World Health Organisation for vaccine regulations. WHO completed the assessment of the status of the Indian vaccine regulatory system against WHO NRA Global Benchmarking Tool (GBT) and measured the maturity of the system in India. “The assessment has been done in respect of …

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Pain-killers may lead to hearing loss in women: study

Ladies, take note! Frequently taking pain-killers such as ibuprofen for over six years may put you at the risk of hearing loss, a new study has warned. The study adds to a growing body of evidence linking the use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) or acetaminophen with loss of hearing, although the exact mechanism at play remains unknown. “Hearing loss …

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‘Cutting cholesterol to level of newborn babies reduces heart attack risk’

High cholesterol levels are known to be detrimental to heart health and can also become the cause all sorts of diseases and conditions. The obvious thing to concentrate on at this point would be to reduce your cholesterol levels. However, a study has discovered that bringing down your cholesterol to the same level as that of a new born baby …

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