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  • Yoga teacher at front of class, hands in prayer position above head
    Yoga may be beneficial for bipolar disorder
    Yoga benefits mental health but does carry some risksAlthough hatha yoga has frequently been recommended for patients with bipolar disorder (BD) and there is preliminary evidence that it alleviates depression, there are no published data on the...
  • Is this what's holding you back
    Release the Anchor
    Everyone has experienced failure and disappointment at least once in their lifetime; and because of this, there are many who believe the world has two types of people - those who do nothing because they remain anchored to the memories of the past...
  • Phenomenal growth road to success is a straight line
    Prevention series: How to avoid phenomenal growth risks
    When you operate a small business in Miami it is imperative that you consider your pathway to expansion and growth. Being an international city, there is an exceptional opportunity for phenomenal business growth. Often times, the companies that...
  • New study evaluates who might benefit from statin therapy
    New study evaluates who might benefit from statin therapy
    The indications for statin therapy to lower cholesterol levels were expanded by the 2013 guidelines of the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association (ACC–AHA). A new study assessed which individuals would now be...
  • Drug addiction
    Many veterans who are prescribed opioids become chronic abusers
    The states of war in Iraq and Afghanistan in this era has lead to high rates of prescribing of opioids for U.S. military veterans. This has created serious drug abuse problems, with 50 percent of veterans who are prescribed medical opioids...
  • Kate Gordon
    The economic risks of climate change affect every one of us
    Climate change is not only about the environment and sustainable planet. Economic risks associated with climate impacts are already affecting American business resiliency, and as a result, affect people’s lives and would livelihoods.In a...
  • Controversy intensifies over fecal transplantation
    Controversy intensifies over fecal transplantation
    Although it sounds gross, fecal transplantation has been successful for treating certain intestinal infections, including Clostridium difficile, which is a bacterium that can cause a severe, difficult to treat intestinal infection that can result...
  • BPA study
    Miscarriage and infertility problems tied to BPA lining in plastic bottles
    A new study being presented on Monday in Boston suggests that the chemical,bisphenol-A, commonly calledBPA, found in the linings of many plastic bottles and canned goods might increase the risk of miscarriage in women or those having difficulty...
  • Blue-Green Algae
    Blue-Green Algae: Health Risks
    According to a article located on thenorthwestern.comdated September 6, blue-green algae has now became a alarming problem to people young and old these days. People havenotified the dangers of blue-green algae lately and they are quite risky....
  • Move to a poor country and avoid Alzheimer’s disease
    Move to a poor country and avoid Alzheimer’s disease
    A new study by researchers from Canada and the UK has reported that individuals living in wealthier countries with better access to clean water and good hygiene may have a higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. Their findings were...
  • Avoidance of estrogen therapy responsible for many deaths reports new study
    Avoidance of estrogen therapy responsible for many deaths reports new study
    Currently, hormone replacement therapy (HRT) at the time of the menopause is subject to much controversy. According to a new study by researchers at Yale University, misconceptions about the risks of estrogen therapy have led to the premature...
  • Millie - female beagle dog
    The problems associated with dog obesity
    Keeping your dog’s weight in check can actually add years to his life. According to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention (APOP) in a 2012 national survey, 52.5% of dogs in America are obese. This means that approximately 36.7 million...
  • Georgia why women dying pregnant and childbirth has gone up
    Georgia women dying pregnant and in childbirth has gone up
    Infant mortality rates were high 8.4 per 1,000, and the state has worked to bring those numbers down to 7.4 per 1,000. The woman dying during pregnancy and childbirth has increased from 20.8 per 100,000 in 2001-2006, to 35.5 per 1,000 in 2011...
  • Top 10 dubious whole foods
    Top 10 dubious whole foods
    Whole foods and full of nutrients, yes, controversial and not for everyone sure. Gauged on these risks; toxic reaction, allergic reaction or sensitivity or adverse farming conditions in particular the shrimp and beef due to disease, spread of...
  • Kevin Hart DUI Arrest
    Kevin Hart DUI driving risks the health of others
    The funny comedian Kevin Hart gets caught driving his car under the influence of alcohol and gets arrested in Los Angeles California. Kevin tweets on Twitter that it was a foolish thing for him to do, it seems he accepts responsibility for driving...