Control Diabetes with Healthier Eating and Exercise Part 2

According to research from the American Diabetes Association, 29.1 million Americans were living with diabetes in 2012. The same study found that the incidence of new cases of diabetes diagnosed per year is approximately 1.7 million. At this rate, one out of three people will develop diabetes during their lifetime.…

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Reduce Your Risk for Chronic Disease with Simple Diet Changes

Watching your diet is one way to lose weight, but there are many other benefits to eating healthy. A poor diet can contribute to the development of heart disease, diabetes, sleep apnea, liver disease, arthritis, high blood pressure and certain cancers. Maintaining a well-balanced diet will not only give you…

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Pain Management: Small Changes, Big Impact

By Samantha Traylor, DC, FIAMA, chiropractor and acupuncturist with Lumin SpineCARE The purpose of pain management is to help people improve their quality of life – to become more functional by minimizing their pain and medication dependence and enabling them to get back to the things they enjoy doing. Pain…

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Wello VIP Guest Author Article: aVivoPur on Prevention and Pure Living

As the saying goes: An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. This phrase can be used in many different scenarios—having a fire extinguisher on site before you need it, checking your car’s oil so it does not run out—and it applies to your health and wellness. So…

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Wellness Case Study: welloStation in Top Medical Center

welloStation Wellness and Contagion Monitoring Case Study at Client Site  Wellness at North Sunflower Medical Center The staff at North Sunflower Medical Center cares about health and wellness.  They use welloStations at their entrances.  This prevents disease spread. NSMC staff also immediately separates contagious people for appropriate treatment and help. Early…

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Ebola is Viable Through Air Transmission

Most all fevered people are infected with virus (or bacteria) and most if not all of the contagion in their breath is aerosolized, including virus and bacteria.  In fact this is also true of all excretions albeit blood, sweat or tears. Poop and vomit no less.  That’s simply because the…

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Ebola Outbreak

There is no cure for Ebola and the only way to prevent the spread of the disease is to isolate the sick. Some West Africans in rural towns believe sending their sick to hospitals is a death sentence. This fear and panic have sent some patients into hiding, complicating efforts…

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Infection Surveillance this Week – July 21, 2014

Ebola still on the rise in West Africa. News24 notes the highest number of deaths from Ebola has been recorded in Sierra Leone. Read more here. MERS-CoV has roots in Africa. According to a study in the Journal of Virology researchers suggest the coronavirus was originally a host to African bats. Read…

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