A study on the history of health care revealed that health expenditures were increasing, accompanying a telling reduction in death rates during the twentieth century. However, over the past ten years, expenses have been escalating continually while death rates haven’t seen any significant changes.
The corresponding author and MD of the research, Gregg Meyer said that the difficult question raised is whether the shy improvements made in mortality rates over the past decade are worth the present-day course of costs. Focus must be maintained on a sustainable health care system. The system is not present as of now, but work needs to be done towards it. Read more
When humans run out of choices they look up to God for giving them a way to move ahead.
I have always believed that stem cells are the god particle of our human body. And indeed yes, they certainly seem so. You can’t create them, they comes with a once in a lifetime offer. Use it or throw it is up to you. Read more
There are several myths associated with pregnancy and childbirth. It is important for all of us (especially for pregnant women and those women desirous of having a baby) to know the facts and not believe the myths associated with pregnancy and childbirth, as myths can cause problems during pregnancy and childbirth. Here some common myths about pregnancy and different facts associated with pregnancy are explained. Read more
The most common ingredients used in the manufacture of fast foods should receive a higher rate of tax than those regarded as ‘healthy’ as a move to improve public health and to combat the soaring rates of obesity in the country’s children which, if not tackled could mean that diabetes and heart disease as well as some forms of cancer could reach epidemic proportions. Read more
As a pregnant woman you are trying your best to do whatever you can to bring up a healthy and fit child, who will grow up to become a successful person in their life. It is not easy, quitting cigarettes, avoiding alcohol, and even limiting tea and coffee if you are an expecting mother. But even after doing all this, and eating whole grains, omega-3 fatty acids and what not, your child will still be a dumb, low IQ person, because the food you are eating has pesticides in them. Read more
Those of us, “Poor Souls” who get regular attacks of migraine will be ready to swap it with any other disease to get rid of migraine. Personally I would, however, I have somehow cured my migraine, no migraine for me in the last year or so, but more on that later, in another post. Weight loss is another issue that bothers many, being fat can not only take you out of style but also it does brings in quite a lot of disease with it. So if you are obese and you have migraine and you are wondering what your next step should be, this article should be something which might interest you. Read more
Jobs in the health care industry have seen a sharp increase over the last few years. Several factors explain the increased demand for health care workers, including the rising age of the baby boomer generation. Health care facilities are working hard to find enough qualified applicants to fill all of the positions available. The higher demand has led to higher wages in some areas of the health care field. Read more
Sunlight is a means to produce Vitamin D by our body naturally, this part we already know. Vitamin D has many benefits on our health and it can also be taken as supplements. To add to the list of good things that higher levels of Vitamin D has on our body, is a latest Australian study which claims to connect Vitamin D with Multiple Sclerosis. It has been believed in the past that people living in the equator, where the sun light is in plenty, to have less chances of getting MS than those who lived in places where sun light is scarce. Read more
Weight loss surgery has been regarded as a quick fix for obese people. Obesity is a root cause for many other problems, which includes but not limited to, the proper functioning of heart. Hence a proper body weight is essential for the proper functioning of your heart. From this we can conclude that a successful weight loss surgery can do wonders for your heart health. Read more
A recent research has shown that there is an interesting correlation between working mom’s employment years and weight gain in their kids. Thus if a child is growing up without constant monitoring by his or her mother, there are greater chances of obesity for the children. It is not so surprising however as there have been similar findings before also, stated a researcher Taryn Morrissey Read more