Too few people understand that getting good sleep during pregnancy can be a preventive strategy. Sleep deprivation can cause birth-related complications such as low birth weight as well as disruption to the immune system according to a study at the University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences. And pregnant women who experience poor quality sleep on an ongoing basis are more likely to experience anxiety and depression during their pregnancy and are more prone to postpartum depression. … [Read more...] about Your Most Powerful Tool Against Postpartum Depression
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At times weight loss can lead to losing muscle mass which in turn lowers your body's metabolic rate and trigger weight gain instead  . It is very crucial for overweight people to work out regularly to shed weight and get in shape. They should focus more on fat loss and do the right exercises which shouldn't affect them adversely. … [Read more...] about Weight Loss Vs Fat Loss: Which is Healthy For You?
6. He Is Never Jealous Of Your Male Friends If a guy is interested in you, he will often feel envious of your other guy friends. He may not like some of your male friends. But if he is not at all jealous, even when you are mentioning some other guy, then there's something wrong for sure. He may not pay attention when you say that you are going to a movie with one of your guy friends or if you are invited to dinner by your guy friend. He may seem fine and wouldn't like to enquire about the guy. … [Read more...] about Heartbreak Alert! 11 Signs He Is Pretending To Be Interested In You
Is Fasting A Good Way To Lose Fat? Fasting surely makes you lose weight at first because your stomach is emptied out and your body sheds water along with muscle tissue. But, fasting cannot be maintained for a long time for losing weight. The reason is, you will soon go back to your normal diet, and you will start gaining weight again. This will not aid in a permanent weight loss. … [Read more...] about Will Fasting Boost Your Metabolism
It’s technical! “In working with high school athletes, my most important factors in concussion evaluation are P.E.A.R.L. (Pupils Equal and Reactive to Light), occular tracking, retro/anterograde amnesia, cognitive responses to questions (basic math), awareness level, and balance and head pain. I'm more concerned about the long term issues a student athlete may have with their brain. It is difficult with some of the parents…but I tell the students that, yes, their sport is important but your brain is more important...It's one injury that could last a lifetime.” — Kristen A. Milazzo ATC/L, Head Athletic Trainer, Lakeland Regional High School, Wanaque, NJ … [Read more...] about The Best Advice For Handling Concussions