Home Health Diet fitness Diet Fitness oi-Lekhaka By Chandana Rao on April 18, 2018 8 Worst Weight Loss Tips According To Doctors | Boldsky If you are someone who has ever been on a weight loss journey, then trying out various weight loss methods and diet tips would not be new to you, right? Well, there is no dearth of tips, advice and information when it comes to weight loss, in the world today, as losing weight is one of the biggest problems of the generation. Due to unhealthy lifestyle habits such as lack of exercise, unhealthy eating, stress, desk-jobs, lack of time to prepare healthy meals, etc., many people end up gaining weight. When a person is constantly gaining weight, it could lead to bigger health issues such as obesity, appetite fluctuations, hormonal imbalance, joint pain, indigestion, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart problems, depression, liver problems, cancer, etc. So, when being overweight or obese is associated with so many serious health … [Read more...] about 8 Worst Weight Loss Tips According To Doctors
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Suzie's milestone birthday billboard her sister Lisa made Source: Suzie Pileggi Pawelski I (Suzie) just celebrated a milestone birthday a few weeks ago and am still savoring the great time I had. I'm grateful for my friends and family who helped me celebrate the birthday that I almost let slip by. I clearly envisioned how I'd celebrate my big birthday weekend: Friday night drinks with girlfriends at sunset on our balcony on the eve of my birthday followed by a big Italian feast with family on Saturday, the actual day of my birthday. It was all set. Friends and family were contacted. Plenty of prosecco was purchased. Catering booked. And then life happened, as it always does, which we could not have planned. First, our 8-year-old son's baseball team made it into the championship series, which of course, in itself is terrific news. The thing is, the first game fell on Friday night, the very same evening I had planned to usher in my big birthday by … [Read more...] about Stuck in a rut feeling sorry for yourself?
When adults get into their mid-fifties and beyond, how much does a romantic partner matter to their psychological well-being? Matthew Wright and Susan Brown of Bowling Green University, authors of a study recently published online at the Journal of Marriage and Family, expected to find a hierarchy of good outcomes. They predicted that married people would enjoy the greatest psychological well-being. Cohabiters, they thought, would do next best, and daters would follow in third place. They expected unpartnered single people to be worst off, psychologically. That is not what they found. Instead they found that for women, partnership status made no difference. Whether the women were married, cohabiting, dating, or single and unpartnered, there were no statistically significant differences in their experiences of depression, stress, or loneliness. There were some nonsignificant trends in the data, but even those were not always consistent with the authors’ predictions. For example, … [Read more...] about No Partner, No Worries: New Study of Psychological Health
Home Health Diabetes Diabetes oi-Devika Bandyopadhya By Devika Bandyopadhya on February 16, 2019 Diabetes is one of the most common, yet complex, ailments of today. People generally categorize diabetic patients into either Type 1 or Type 2. However, the truth lies in the fact that these two kinds fail to capture the complete range of diagnosis with respect to diabetic patients. There is a particular kind known as 'Type 1.5 Diabetes', which is similar to type 1 in certain aspects but is still unique in some of the features that it demonstrates. When the adult onset of diabetes is not insulin dependent, it is referred to as Type 1.5 diabetes, or in terms of medical science, referred to as 'Latent Autoimmune Diabetes in Adults (LADA)'  . Read on to know the specific features of this specific autoimmune disorder and what treatment plan works best for people with this ailment. What Is Latent Autoimmune Diabetes In Adults (LADA) Quite like type 1 diabetes, LADA occurs when … [Read more...] about Latent Autoimmune Diabetes In Adults (LADA): Facts You Should Know
Co-authored with Professor Michael Krassa, University of Illinois-Urbana. The Question What’s better at creating happiness—the government or the free market? Conservatives believe that market forces should guide our political and economic lives. They think that only truly free, which is to say, basically unregulated, markets can create a flourishing economy or maintain individual liberty—hence, their opposition to things like the minimum wage (which interferes with the labor market) or Obamacare (which interferes with the health insurance market). Liberals believe in markets too, but only up to a point. They stress that we need countervailing institutions that mix what they think of as equity and justice with market principles—for instance, the better living that a higher minimum wage implies or the guarantee of access to health insurance that Obamacare promises. There is much to be said in abstract theory for both approaches, but the evidence is hard to judge. … [Read more...] about Do Progressive or Conservative Policies Promote Happiness?