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Showing posts with label health. Show all posts
Showing posts with label health. Show all posts

Tuesday, 4 July 2017

10 Natural tips to lose belly fat



“How do I lose my belly fat? These is one of the questions asked by a lot of people on a regular basis. I’ve tried several things but nothing worked”. When I ask what have you tried, I hear 100 daily sit-ups, cutting calories drastically, excess cardio, fat burners, etc.
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Belly Fat
If you can’t lose your belly fat, you’re using the wrong approach. You don’t need endless sit-ups, supplements, starving yourself or worse surgery. Here are the 10 best ways to lose your belly fat – quickly and naturally.

1. Stop Doing Crunches
. Crunches will strengthen your stomach muscles, but won’t burn the belly fat that covers your abs. Spot reduction is a myth. You’re wasting time & effort doing 200 daily crunches.
Crunches can also cause

Monday, 19 September 2016

GAMBLING(A DANGEROUS HABIT)

In some cases, gambling can become a problematic behavior causing many difficulties. This type of compulsive behavior is often called "problem gambling". It is typically a progressive addiction that can have many negative psychological, physical and social repercussions.
Problem gambling is harmful to psychological and physical health. People dealing with this addiction can suffer from depression, migraine, distress, intestinal disorders and other anxiety related problems. Ultimately, severe problem gambling can lead to suicide. The rate of problem gambling has risen globally over the last few years.

Friday, 16 September 2016

Diabetes How Alcohol Affect My Blood Sugar Levels?




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The way that alcohol affects the body differs from person to person.


It is not uncommon to enjoy a glass of wine with dinner or to have drinks after work with friends. Alcohol consumption is very prevalent in the United States.
  • 87.6 percent of people age 18 and older reported drinking alcohol at some point in their lifetime
  • 71 percent reported drinking in the past year
  • 56.9 percent reported drinking in the past month
For many people, a glass of alcohol here and there does not pose a problem. For those with certain health conditions such as diabetes, however, alcohol can affect blood sugar levels and pose a health risk. It is important for them to understand what alcohol is and how it affects blood sugar levels.

Tuesday, 30 August 2016

Dr. Oz's Top 10 Health and Fitness Tips of All Time Take the doc's advice to look and feel your best for life

1 of 10 Get Strong, Not Skinny



Illness or injury may often be the instigator, but frailty is what kills us, says Dr. Mehmet Oz, cardiothoracic surgeon, author, and host of  Our bodies can't recover as well if we're not strong, which is why he recommends a balanced workout plan that includes strength, cardio, and flexibility training.

Saturday, 27 August 2016

What You Can Do To Stay Healthy

source:  https://publications.usa.gov

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Evidence shows that some of the leading causes of death in the United States, such as heart disease, cancer, stroke, some lung diseases, injuries, and HIV/AIDS, often can be prevented by improving personal health habits. Eating right, staying physically active, and not smoking are a few examples of good habits that can help you stay healthy.

Creating a Healthy Lifestyle

Last year, I started walking with a group of women five times a week. We're now up to 3 miles each time. It's both my social and exercise time of the day. I actually miss our time together on the days we don't walk.
--Maria W.

People With No Symptoms of Zika Can Still Spread It Sexually


Experts confirm that the virus can spread between people who don't have symptoms.



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Researchers and health officials in Maryland are reporting a case of a man spreading Zika to a female partner, despite the fact he didn’t have any symptoms of the virus. Most cases of sexually transmitted Zika reported at this point have been spread by people who had signs of the virus. While experts have said it’s possible for someone without symptoms to spread the virus, such cases were not well documented until this point.

Tuesday, 14 June 2016

10 workable Tips on Staying Fit


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Getting and staying fit can be a challenge. For many of us, it's hard just to get up off the couch. So what's the secret of people who have managed to make exercise a way of life?

Tuesday, 23 June 2015

MAXIMIZING IMPACT THROUGH STRONG HEALTH SYSTEMS




Since our founding, Mali Health has worked at the health systems level to improve not only access to basic healthcare, but the quality of care itself.  Today, we partner with clinics to improve the capacity and quality of the services they provide to the residents of our partner slum communities.

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