Published 2:01 pm CST, Thursday, December 13, 2018 Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 How a healthy lifestyle and open communication may help with psoriatic arthritis 1 / 1 Back to Gallery (BPT) - Content provided by Pfizer Inc. Living with a chronic autoimmune and inflammatory illness like psoriatic arthritis (PsA)[i] can have a meaningful impact on many aspects of a person’s daily life. Symptoms can vary from person to person and may include joint pain and stiffness, tenderness where tendons or ligaments attach to bones, swelling of the fingers or toes, and stiffness in the neck and lower back.[ii] Not only can the disease be complex, it can also be difficult to diagnose, which may delay appropriate treatment.[iii] As part of an ongoing commitment to patients with psoriatic arthritis, Pfizer launched a global initiative called the PsA Narrative to elevate the voice of those living with psoriatic … [Read more...] about How a healthy lifestyle and open communication may help with psoriatic arthritis
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I proudly remember the time that I discovered how a healthy lifestyle and diet could help me to become both physically and mentally well. Before that time, and for many years, I had lived with chronic health problems including anxiety, anorexia, depression, polycystic ovarian syndrome, and bipolar disorder.I am amazed that after 37 years, and working as a nurse for 14 years, I didn’t know the impact that food, and lifestyle, was having on my health. Like many people, I relied heavily on refined carbohydrates, stimulants, and processed foods, without realising that these (cakes, bread, muffins, processed cereals, biscuit, chips, tinned soup and beans, processed cheese and meats) provided ‘empty calories’ which would rob my body of the nutrients that it needed.In addition to this, my own experience of healthcare at the time of my bipolar diagnosis was centred around blood tests and drug treatment without attention to the impact my diet and lifestyle could have been … [Read more...] about COLUMNIST: How a healthy lifestyle can help mental wellbeing
The death of Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz left many people suprised in part because he was healthy and fit with no history of heart disease.But doctors said even people in the best of health with no signs of cardiovascular disease can suffer a deadly attack that stops the heart. Sometimes it is the first sign of heart problems.“Some people just come in out of the blue having been seemingly perfectly healthy,” said Dr. Gail Cunningham, chief medical officer at University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center in Towson, where Kamenetz was taken for treatment and was later pronounced dead.Cunningham said this happens when a blood vessel suddenly becomes blocked, which starves the heart of blood and oxygen. The organ then stops working. Damage to the heart can began in minutes, doctors said.Kamenetz received CPR three times at Chestnut Ridge Volunteer Fire Co., where he went and called 911. While this keeps some blood flow throughout the body, it is not the same as … [Read more...] about Kevin Kamenetz lived a healthy lifestyle. How can someone in good shape suddenly die of cardiac arrest?
Wednesday, May 02, 2018 by: Zoey Sky Tags: active lifestyle, aging, Alcohol, Diets, disability-free life, disease prevention, Drinking, exercise, fitness, Health and Wellness, healthy diet, healthy lifestyle, life expectancy, lifestyle changes, long life, longevity, natural diet, nutrition, obesity, old age, overweight, physical activity, prevention, real science, smoking, weight loss, workout (Natural News) It looks like its time to get up from the couch, turn off the TV, and put on your running shoes. Aside from making you fit and strong, a study has confirmed that living a healthy lifestyle can also help add seven disability-free years to your life. The results of the research, which was published in Health Affairs, determined that several healthy lifestyle factors can boost your longevity by as much as seven years. Most of those years can even be spent free of any disability. The study findings noted that to some extent, alcohol consumption, being … [Read more...] about Add 7 disability-free years to your life by simply practicing healthy lifestyle habits
Tuesday, April 24, 2018 by: Zoey Sky Tags: Alcohol, alcohol consumption, anti-cancer, breast cancer, cancer prevention, cancer risk, cancer risk factors, cancer risk reduction, diet, Drinking, exercise, healthy lifestyle, longevity, men's health, natural cures, nutrition, obesity, physical activities, prevention, weight loss, wellness, women's health (Natural News) Various studies have already tried to determine the most effective ways to prevent cancer. However, since a lot of factors that determine cancer risk, such as age and genetic predisposition, can’t be controlled, experts suggest studying one’s “family’s medical history and trying to live a healthy lifestyle.” Cancer-prevention through healthy habits Maria Baker, professor of medicine in the Division of Hematology/Oncology at Penn State Cancer Institute, explained that while certain elements that define a healthy lifestyle may vary, current recommendations often include regular … [Read more...] about When weighing all the factors, experts say leading a healthy lifestyle is your best bet against cancer