How’s your heart these days? Beating strong and filled with love and joy might be the goal, but the odds are against you when it comes to heart health.
By the year 2020, in fact, medical experts estimate that almost 40 percent of all deaths worldwide will be related to cardiovascular disease. So the push is on to unravel the causes and enforce prevention. As research continues, more evidence suggests that there is a link between heart disease and chronic …Read more
Less stress? More time to sew their oats?
A new study published in Osteoporosis International found that getting married after the age of 25 gives men stronger bone density in their spines compared to those who married at a younger age. This finding may have important implications for the prevention of joint aging and stiffness later in life, …Read more
Headaches are headaches right? Wrong, not all headaches are alike. That pain in your head can fall into three different categories: Cluster headaches, migraine headaches or tension-type headaches. It’s important to I.D. your headache for best pain relief and prevention.
If you’re stressed out these days, you’re not alone. Tension or stress headaches are the most common kind of headache from which Americans suffer. Close to 90 percent of women and approximately 70 percent of men suffer from the aches …Read more
It may be cold comfort, but you’re not alone –most primary care visits in the United States are related to complaints like these, for chronic musculoskeletal pain.
Research published in the Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons found that chronic pain of the musculoskeletal system – our bones, muscles, and joints – is a widespread and growing problem.
In fact, chronic nagging pain affects about 100 million …Read more