Health Magazine > 2012 > February

HEALING POWER OF BANANAS

HEALING POWER OF BANANAS When compared to an apple, banana has four times the protein, twice the carbohydrate, three times the phosphorus, five times the vitamin A and iron, and twice the other vitamins and minerals. It is also rich in potassium and is one of the best value foods around. No wonder monkeys are so happy all theRead more about HEALING POWER OF BANANAS[...] Read More

How powerful is the mind body connection?

How powerful is the mind body connection? Now, more than ever before, we are faced with the challenge and the opportunity to take a meaningful role in improving and preserving our health and well-being. Yet, with countless claims for healthcare approaches from such a wide variety of sources, how can one know precisely where to begin … or for that matter, whatRead more about How powerful is the mind body connection?[...] Read More

Corporate lifestyle in Dubai

Corporate lifestyle in Dubai 1. What one can do to take care of stress and fatigue? In the current era, the competitive world puts a high demand on the corporate executives and employees.  It leads to mental stress besides poor quality of life; disturbed routine for eating, exercising and sleeping. A healthy lifestyle is essential for everybody’s life. GoodRead more about Corporate lifestyle in Dubai[...] Read More

Tai chi: Discover the many possible health benefits

tai_chi The ancient art of tai chi uses gentle flowing movements to reduce the stress of today’s busy lifestyles and improve health. Find out how to get started. If you’re looking for another way to reduce stress, consider tai chi (TIE-chee). Tai chi is sometimes described as “meditation in motion” because it promotes serenity through gentleRead more about Tai chi: Discover the many possible health benefits[...] Read More

Teen sleep: Why is your teen so tired?

Teen sleep: Why is your teen so tired? Teen sleep cycles might seem to come from another world. Understand why teen sleep is a challenge – and what you can do to promote better teen sleep. Teens are notorious for staying up late and being hard to awaken in the morning. If your teen is no exception, it’s not necessarily because he orRead more about Teen sleep: Why is your teen so tired?[...] Read More

NO SELF-MEDICATION: SIMPLY SAFE, SURELY BETTER

NO SELF-MEDICATION: SIMPLY SAFE, SURELY BETTER Medicines has greatly helped to prevent, cure and control several diseases which has resulted in good health and prolonged longevity. These drugs undoubtedly bring relief to patients with various illnesses, but the fact remains that none is free from side effects. Thus, their benefits have to be weighed against the risk involved based on theRead more about NO SELF-MEDICATION: SIMPLY SAFE, SURELY BETTER[...] Read More

Pink Eye – Conjunctivitis – The Simple Details And Also The Cures

Pink Eye – Conjunctivitis – The Simple Details And Also The Cures You’re probably familiar with a little disease called pink eye, also known as conjunctivitis. If you haven’t skilled this nasty little inconvenience first-hand, you may possess a child or know someone who’s child has had it. And although it’s most generally known to happen in children, it does have an effect on individuals of allRead more about Pink Eye – Conjunctivitis – The Simple Details And Also The Cures[...] Read More

Need Pain Relief? Get A Massage

Need Pain Relief? Get A Massage Massage is the application of pressure or the kneading of the body and is usually done to promote relaxation. Massage and pain relief are closely linked together due to the many types of massage available that promote pain relief. Each type has a different style, stroke, and even focus such as a body part orRead more about Need Pain Relief? Get A Massage[...] Read More

DIABETES LIFESTYLE: FOCUS ON SMALL CHANGES

DIABETES LIFESTYLE: FOCUS ON SMALL CHANGES A diabetes lifestyle is a demanding one, in which the majority of management is self-care. The key to managing your diabetes involves testing your blood sugar; taking diabetes medications, insulin or both; eating a healthy, balanced diet; exercising; caring for your feet; stopping smoking; and keeping your diabetes appointments with your provider. If you don’tRead more about DIABETES LIFESTYLE: FOCUS ON SMALL CHANGES[...] Read More

Diabetes in school: Tips for teachers

Diabetes in school: Tips for teachers Diabetes is one of the most common chronic diseases in school-aged children and affects about 200,000 young people in the United States alone. The American Diabetes Association states that one in 400 to 500 children and adolescents under 20 years of age have type 1 diabetes. Here are some tips for teachers of students withRead more about Diabetes in school: Tips for teachers[...] Read More