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Science of Wellness: Sugar Science

Science of Wellness: Sugar Science Sugar – it’s not about the calories as much as it is about messing up the way your body operates. The University of California San Francisco has launched a new site www.sugarscience.org to share scientific research about sugar and its effects on […]

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Healthy Fun Holidays

Healthy Fun Holidays Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years, and other winter holidays are supposed to be happy, joyous times. That expectation can be a big problem with real people and real family situations. Some tips for Happy Holidays: 1. Be good to yourself. Avoid toxic people and situations. […]

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Sugary Soda Drinks Linked to Immune System Cell Aging

     Sugary Soda Drinks Linked to Immune System Cell Aging According to a recent study by researchers at the University of  California, San Francisco, published by the American Journal of Public Health, regularly drinking high levels of sugar-sweetened soda could lead to the premature aging of […]

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Things to Look Out For: Finding Hidden Sugar

Things to Look Out For: Finding Hidden Sugar Trying to avoid sugar can be difficult if you don’t know all of the names for it on food labels. Prevention.com gives a good list in the Many Names of Sugar. sucrose — glucose and fructose fructose — also […]

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Ending Chronic Pain and Disease by Turning Your Genes On and Off — Matt Riemann

Ending Chronic Pain and Disease by Turning Your Genes On and Off – Matt Riemann Matt Riemann has managed to defy a genetic condition called familial amyloid polyneuropathy which causes excruciating pain. He was diagonosed with this neurodegenerative and autoimmune condition in 2007. He was told that […]

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Defining Terms — Copay or Copayment

Defining Terms — Copay or Copayment A Copay is a small, fixed sum that must be paid by the insured for each prescription or medical service at the time the service is accessed. Another name for this fee is Copayment. Copayments must be paid before the health […]

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How Much Does Your Health Insurance Cost?

How Much Does Your Health Insurance Cost? Most Americans do not know the actual cost of their health insurance because the insurance is purchased on their behalf by their employers, whether through small group, large group, or self-insured programs, with employers typically paying a portion of the […]

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Mindfulness: A Path to Improved Health

Mindfulness: A Path to Improved Health “paying attention in a particular way: on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgmentally.” Jon Kabat-Zinn, MD Mindfulness is one of the eight components of Buddhism’s Noble Eightfold Path, a tradition dating back over 2,500 years. Brought to the attention of […]

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$716 Billion is A Lot of Money to Waste

$716 Billion is A Lot of Money to Waste Americans generally agree that $716 billion is a lot of money to waste. Yet that is the total amount of money that the Republican presidential ticket believes should be returned to the Medicare budget. Contrary to everyday experience, […]

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Light or Heat in the Controversy over Guidelines for Implementation of Health Care Reform?

Light or Heat in the Controversy over Guidelines for Implementation of Health Care Reform Much ink has been spilled in the past few weeks about the “war on religion” and the purported White House campaign to force people of faith (and specifically Catholics?) to have abortions, use […]

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