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Avoid Trouble Swallowing Pills With These Tricks

…Have Trouble Swallowing Pills * Lubricate your mouth and throat with a few sips of water before taking your vitamins. * Tip your head forward with your chin down when swallowing pills. The pill will float to the back of your mouth, as your throat opens—making swallowing a cinch. * Use a water bottle…

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Do Cell Phones Cause Cancer?

…between 5/8” and 1” from year ear to avoid unnecessary contamination. That’s clear acknowledgement that putting a cellular phone up to your ear isn’t as safe as it seems. Protect Yourself From Cell Phone Dangers While holding the cellular phone away from your ear helps, I firmly believe it’s not…

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Dangers of Mobile Phone Radiation

…indeed hurting us. (The view is from above the head, looking down; ear at bottom of frame) If you look at the images above, you can see that the younger the skull, the more the brain is penetrated when a cell phone is held against the ear. As parents and grandparents, it only makes sense to exercise caution…

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Cell Phone Radiation Risks

…wind, only the damage it can due in excessive doses. If I can convince you of anything, do NOT put a cell phone near your ear. And do NOT place blue tooth devices in your ears either! Use the speakerphone feature, and have your children do the same. If you are a user or buying one a s a gift, be sure…

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Walking Club Check-In: Don't Forget to Warm Up

…Avoid bouncing. Here are some stretches to start you off: * One-quarter Head Circles: Starting with your ear near your shoulder on one side, rotate your head around to the front, ending with your ear near your shoulder on the other side. Roll your head back to the other side. Repeat 5 to 10 times. * Arm…

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Chicken Soup for the Lungs—A Natural Cold & Flu Treatment

…against mucus. It may sound tortuous but, according to Dr. Ziment, when properly prepared the soup should bring tears to the eyes and cause a runny nose as it loosens the mucus. I recommend a more measured approach. Start with a mild mix and work up to a level that you can handle and that is also effective…

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Is It Your Heart, Or Is It Lyme Disease?

…disease? Dr. Drew Sinatra: Lyme is a bacterial disease that usually presents itself in its early stages with unresolved flu-like symptoms such as a sore throat, headaches, chills, fatigue, and muscle aches. These symptoms can easily be attributed to a host of other conditions, including a common flu virus…

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Secrets for Surviving Seasonal Flu

…immune system. So, remember to wash your hands throughout the day as you are exposed to other people and public places. Also, avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth unless your hands have just been washed. We all “inoculate” ourselves and others with germs through simple touch. Also, be mindful of…

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5 Surprising Heart Disease Risk Factors

…doctors recommend CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) devices as a solution. These bedside machines deliver a stream of compressed air to a nose mask or full-face mask and thus keep the airway open. For some patients, an improvement in the quality of sleep can be noticed after a single night’s…

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7 Ways To Survive Cold and Flu Season Naturally

…clear of microbes that can cause infection. Add ¼ to ½ tsp of sea salt to the neti pot, top with warm water and irrigate each sinus. Then blow your nose to expel excess mucus and water. Repeat if necessary. * Get regular exercise: Walking, swimming, qi gong, tai chi and yoga all relieve stress and support…

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Secondhand Smoke Hurts Your Pets

…delivers toxins to the mouth). Dogs cohabitating with smokers are at risk for lung and nasal cancers. Short-nosed dogs, like boxers, face higher chances of developing lung cancer, whereas longer-nosed canines like greyhounds are at higher risk of nasal cancers. The nicotine and other chemicals found in cigarette…

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6 Ways to Protect Yourself from UV Dangers

…-estrogens, alter DNA, and even cause cancer. * Take a tip from the lifeguards—use zinc oxide on your protrusions: your lips, nose, and the vulnerable tops of your ears. * Wear a hat on those sunny strolls; protect your arms and shoulders, especially if you are fair-skinned. * Do yard work in early…

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Pets for Heart Health

…frame with a potbelly may indicate parasites and/or poor nutrition. Look in the animal's mouth. A healthy exterior reflects inner health. Check the ears for mites. Clear, bright eyes radiate intelligence and energy and would be a great pet for health. A wrinkled or worried brow, snarling, or curled lips…

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Is Your Sunscreen Causing Skin Cancer?

…don’t like oxybenzone, so read your labels carefully! When applying sunscreen don’t forget to cover your lips and the vulnerable tops of your ears. Also wear a hat on those sunny strolls and reserve outdoor activities like yard work for the early morning or evening hours. Finally, remember your…

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6 Ways to Get Natural Allergy Relief

…allergies. For those of you who, like me, have seasonal allergies that can move quickly into asthma, use this foundation. Sneezing, itchy eyes and watery noses are annoying. But they are not life threatening. But asthma is different, and can deteriorate to a highly reactive and constrictive airway situation…

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Hidden Dangers of Cell Phone Radiation

…many kids you see on a day-to-day basis—at the bus stop, at the mall, in the schoolyard—holding powerful wireless phones right up against their ears! Even younger kids play games on them while sitting in their car seats or in waiting rooms. It makes me crazed! What are we thinking? This holiday,…

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A Healthy Lifestyle (Almost) Eliminates Sudden Cardiac Death

…Mediterranean type diet emphasizing vegetables, nuts, legumes, fish, and olive oil. * Having a moderate alcohol intake. These study results were music to my ears, because I have been preaching these very same things to my patients—and to you—over the years. Cutting out smoking is a no-brainer. So is doing…

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