The Wiliest Killer of All

Posted on 02/15/2015 07:31:26 AM

In the pantheon of diseases and disorders, we usually see things like hypertension, heart disease and, perhaps, a myriad of exotic cancers as being the ones we insure our docs hold in check. We look at the statistics on mortality from the various agencies and organizations and wipe our brows each time ...

Low Levels of this Hormone may predict Heart Disease

Posted on 01/29/2015 04:23:17 PM

Low Levels of This Hormone May Predict Coronary Heart Disease   A recent study sheds light on a hormonal marker for heart disease...read ON!     Read on at http://www.apple-a-day-clinic.com/Health_and_Nutrition_Blog?m8:post=this-just-in-low-levels-of-this-hormone-may-predict-heart-disease For ...

21 Days in Ebola Quarantine

Posted on 10/03/2014 02:31:45 PM

Ebola is only the latest highly infectious, potentially life-threatening illness to be active in our world. It has taken over the media as no other issue and has eclipsed even the so-called "kid virus" that is spreading across the US and now leading to deaths or paralysis in some children. The unseen ...

A Child's Stare

Posted on 09/09/2014 07:20:34 PM

Children have many endearing qualities, not the least of which is their incredible curiosity and their wish to mimic us in whatever we're doing. We have the pleasure of not only encouraging them, but of basking in their littlest accomplishment. But this is not the case with parents or guardians who have ...

No Cancer Screenings for the Elderly

Posted on 09/02/2014 10:44:38 AM

Cancer is a horrible disease. There's no other word to use for it than "horrible" and if I've offended you or frightened you unnecessarily, I apologize, but I've seen it up close and personal and it's horrible. Families all over the word will be facing this mortal enemy and they will want their loved ...

Ebola and Its Viral Predecessor

Posted on 08/04/2014 07:28:47 PM

Ebola, the deadly viral disease that is now striking people in at least three or more West African countries, may have reached the New York City area via a passenger on a flight from there. Authorities in that city, as well as the hospital where he is currently being evaluated, are assuring citizens ...

The Depression/Dementia Conundrum

Posted on 07/31/2014 08:20:17 PM

Medical science, or more properly,  the medical specialty of neurology/psychiatry, has its own version of, "Which came first, the chicken or the egg?"  Of course, neurologists and psychiatrists really don't deal with chickens, do they?  They do deal with people in various stages of physical ...

Fear of Flying Just Went Up

Posted on 07/21/2014 10:33:31 AM

Fear of flying has been a serious problem for everyone from students going off to college to executives making business trips and even some extremely famous entertainment people. One entertainer refused to go anywhere except in her specially equipped, chauffeur driven bus and for this reason tried to ...

Where Are You Eating and Why?

Posted on 07/05/2014 05:13:56 AM

Do you like to eat out on a regular or infrequent basis? Are there special places you really enjoy and you look forward to going there again? We all have places like that and TV shows just whet our appetite to try new, inviting eating emporiums. But all may not be OK in the culinary domains we frequent.Ever ...

Natural Caffeine Removal For Better Sleep (Review)

Posted on 06/26/2014 01:35:26 AM

As someone caught in the vicious cycle of consuming caffeine to facilitate the fatigue from my insomnia, I was in desperate need for a solution. After a few google searcahes, I came across RUTA Cleanse and decided to give it a shot. It was inexpensive and I didn't have anything to lose. What is ...



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