Archive for August, 2013
With more and more diseases and disorders being discovered every day, we are officially in the age of doing everything possible to prevent contracting any number of impairments and illnesses. But there is only so much that we can do. People get into accidents, are exposed to the negligence of other people, have bum genetics or rotten luck. Or all of the above!
Despite that sounding like bad news after bad news, there is still a lot that can be done to prevent any of the avoidable sicknesses. For quality of life, this is obviously important to practice. However, it should also be considered for quality of wallet as well. Over the past decade, premiums for health insurance have tripled in cost.
This is not to say that you are destined to become sick, though. According to a study by the Kaiser Family Foundatio
Did you know that sleeping the right amount of time can prevent many health problems, including high blood pressure, sickness and obesity? Understanding health is important. Not only does health impact how we feel every day and how long we live, but refusing to learn the facts can make us more likely to fall for harmful myths about living healthy.
Did you know, for example, that heart attacks do not always hurt a lot? When people are unaware that the symptoms can be more mild, they might not seek medical assistance in time. To make things easy for you, here are three important health news articles and tips from this week.
1. Breast Reduction Equals Better Health
One of the top health news pieces for this week came from WebProNews. According to a new study, breast reduction surgery improves patient health.