Most people have digestive problems that create a variety of illnesses that we see as they age. The main problem is with the food that they eat. As has already been saying many times, we eat more junk, processed, and packaged food than our stomach can digest. We eat more meat and protein than we should. We drink more unusual drinks that are mainly sugar.
The first steps you need to take to stop constipation are outlined so that you can start right away to eliminate constipation. Reducing or eliminating constipation is important in gaining great health.
So many people have constipation and in the colon is where many illnesses begin. It doesn’t matter how old you are, maintaining colon health is a priority.
Are you constantly plagued by digestive conditions, such as acid reflux, stomach bloating, constant burping, or hiatus hernia? In 2018, statistics showed that over 50% of people in the U.S. had digestive type symptoms. Because these were symptoms, people had other hidden illnesses.
Rudy Silva, natural nutritionist. I want to give you some information to help you minimize or eliminate these digestive conditions. So, if you’re ready, let’s do it.
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital patients who completed kindergarten during their treatment for pediatric cancers celebrated at a graduation ceremony.
For the 10th straight year, St. Jude honored 14 patients from around the United States who completed kindergarten while battling life-threatening illnesses like leukemia and brain tumors. Dozens of families and St. Jude doctors, nurses, and staff cheered for the young students, who completed kindergarten in the St. Jude School Program by Chili’s.
Each year, the school program commemorates students who have completed kindergarten coursework with a special ceremony. The children present a song for the families and St. Jude staff, receive their diplomas and celebrate the milestone with their fellow students.
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Capatriti Olive Oil teams up with celebrity chef and owner of “Streets” restaurant in Brooklyn, NY, Roblé Ali, to create viral videos featuring delicious spring and summer themed dishes to benefit celebrity-backed NYC charity organization, God’s Love We Deliver. Consumers can join in on the effort to donate funds toward the amazingly honest and sincere mission of God’s Love We Deliver to help those with severe and chronic illnesses through nutritious meals. Share Capatriti’s Honest Olive Oil campaign videos featuring Chef Roblé on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter and tag @CapatritiOliveOil and #HonestOliveOil. For every share, repost or retweet on social media, Capatriti will donate $1 to God's Love We Deliver, up to $5,000.
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TruGreen, the nation’s leading professional lawn care company helping people live life outside, is expanding its expert service offerings with the launch of TruGreen Mosquito Defense to help homeowners combat mosquitoes and help protect their families.
As the weather gets warmer, these backyard invaders can prevent homeowners from reaping the benefits of living life outside. According to a recent online survey conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of TruGreen, among over 2,000 U.S. adults, 85 percent of Americans say that mosquitoes limit their or their family’s outdoor activities during the months they’re most active. The same survey also found that nearly two thirds of Americans (64 percent) are concerned about protecting themselves and their family from Zika or other mosquito-borne illnesses. Furthermore, 65 percent of Americans use bug spray on themselves/their family to combat mosquitoes outdoors at home and though it’s the top response for preventative measures, still only half (51 percent) say it is most effective at preventing mosquitoes from biting outdoors at home.
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Psychologist Rachel Pruchno’s fiercely candid memoir describes how mental illness twice attacked her family. As a child, her mother’s depression and mania terrified her. As a parent, she feared her adopted daughter would follow a similar path. Unraveling the mysteries surrounding her mother’s and daughter’s illnesses, the author discovers how to mitigate the destructive effects of mental illness on families. Find out more at www.SurroundedByMadness.net Surrounded by Madness by Rachel Pruchno, PhD Non-fiction/mental health
Pain can negatively affect a person’s quality of life and impede recovery from illness or injury. Recent research compiled by the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) suggests that massage can be a helpful pain management strategy for manually controlling symptoms in people suffering metastatic cancer and rheumatoid arthritis, among other illnesses, as well as post-cardiac surgery pain.
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Many cold sore sufferers try to tough out cold sores or try home remedies that can possibly make their cold sore even worse. There\'s a lot to be learned about the pesky cold sore that you may not know. For example, did you know that as temperatures drop and cold-weather-related illnesses rise, the chance of a cold sore being triggered increases? Cold temperatures and illness are just two triggers that can cause cold sore outbreaks. Other triggers include stress, sun exposure, injury to the mouth, and lack of sleep. Stress, which tends to rear its head during the winter months as many people prepare for the holidays, coupled with cold weather can create the perfect storm for a cold sore outbreak as we enter cold and flu season. Find out how FDA-approved Abreva allows you to win a speedy victory against cold sore attacks.
The Ad Council is joining the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service, in partnership with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), to debut their first joint national multimedia public service campaign to help families prevent food poisoning in the home.
The Food Safe Families campaign was announced this morning by USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack and HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius in time for the July 4th holiday and the start of summer when foodborne illnesses tend to increase—a time when many families celebrate with food. It’s also a time when foodborne illnesses tend to increase with more outdoor meals, and other factors that increase the risk for disease-causing bacteria in food.
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Royal Philips Electronics (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHI) today introduced the HomeLox portable liquid oxygen system. The innovative system enables oxygen users to generate and store the liquid form of oxygen in the home setting. The HomeLox system offers users the long-lasting and lightweight characteristics of traditional liquid systems, while freeing them from difficulties of filling and dependence on deliveries associated with conventional systems.
Home oxygen is a critical, life-sustaining medical treatment prescribed to nearly 1.5 million Medicare patients annually who suffer from respiratory illnesses such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
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Today, more than 420 participating Perkins® Restaurant & Bakery locations will give away free made-from-scratch buttermilk pancakes in celebration of “Perkins Pancake Day,” a system-wide fundraiser benefitting Give Kids The World® (GKTW) that provides week-long vacations to children with life-threatening illnesses and their families at a fanciful, “storybook” retreat in Central Florida. Guests at participating locations can enjoy mouth-watering buttermilk pancakes, expertly prepared using Perkins legendary recipe created and perfected more than 50 years ago, and can consider making a donation to Give Kids The World.
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