August 2014


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Could Your Hectic Life Be Killing You?


Many women deal with stress on a daily basis, and new research indicates it could be killing them. Nearly 50 percent of American women say they don’t have enough free time, according to a study by the Families and Work Institute, an alarming figure given the effects that stress can have on the human body.

To read the full article Women and Stress: Could Your Hectic Life Be Killing You?, click here.
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New Mammogram Benefits for Women in Their 40s

Breast Cancers Found by Mammograms More Easily Treated. When women in their 40s get breast cancer, their tumors need less intense treatment and recur less often if they were first detected during routine mammogram screening.

To read the full article New Mammogram Benefits for Women in Their 40s, click here.

angina-attack.jpgStudy: Heart Attacks Harder to Detect in Women

Heart attacks are the number-one killer of women, but CBS medical correspondent Dr. Jonathan LaPook reports they may be missing the warning signs.

Three years ago, when Wendy Kennedy noticed tingling and pain in her left arm, the last thing she thought of was a heart attack.

To read the full Study: Heart Attacks Harder to Detect in Women, click here.
womanheartexam-1.jpgHeart Attacks in Young Women Can Be Harder to Detect, Deadlier

Tami Kimet thought she was coming down with the flu, but the 35-year-old mother of two was actually having a massive heart attack.

To read the full article Heart Attacks in Young Women Can Be Harder to Detect, Deadlier, click here.
ovarianpain150x170.jpgEndometriosis Increases Risk of Certain Ovarian Cancers

Women with a history of endometriosis are at a significantly increased risk of developing several types of ovarian cancers, according to a new study published in the Lancet Oncology.

To read the full article Endometriosis Increases Risk of Certain Ovarian Cancers, click here.

HealingWoman-1A170x170.jpgThis month we would like to introduce two new web sites 1) www.iHealedMyself.com and www.LifeDynamicTherapy.com

These two sites are not just products of my fertile mind they are for you to support you in healing existing illness and preventing future illnesses. Our goal for presenting these materials is to provide information, support and encouragement for healing what ails you.

To check out www.iHealedMyself.com, click here.

To check out www.LifeDynamicTherapy.com, click here.

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The Best Mattress for a Better Night’s Sleep

Buying a new mattress? Here are tips for finding the right mattress for you.

You spend about a third of every day in bed. Whether that time is spent blissfully slumbering--or tossing and turning--depends a lot on your mattress.

To read the full article The Best Mattress for a Better Night’s Sleep, click here.
Colonoscopy170x170.jpgColonoscopy Life-Saving Screening

A health screening test that takes just a few minutes may add years to your life. Many studies have supported the benefit of colonoscopies.

To read the full article Life-Saving Screening, click here.
WomenHeart130x170.jpgStudy: Heart Attacks Harder to Detect in Women

A new study out today from The Journal of the American Medical Association reveals a dangerous difference in the symptoms men and women experience during a heart attack.

To read the full article Study: Heart Attacks Harder to Detect in Women, click here.
clothes170x130.jpgWardrobe Woes: Hidden Health Hazards of Clothing

Men and women who shoehorn themselves into skin-tight jeans, battle to button their trousers or knot their neckties too tightly might unknowingly suffer nerve damage, digestive disturbances and even potentially deadly blood clots.

To read the full article Wardrobe Woes: Hidden Health Hazards of Clothing, click here.
cholesterol150x170.jpgThis is an interesting video that walks you through what cholesterol is, how it affects you and what you can do about it.

To read the full article  What is High Cholesterol? A Video , click here.