Archive for the ‘Health and Beauty’ Category

Take a coffee or tea break to protect your liver

(Media Release) Chronic liver diseases rank as the 12th cause of death worldwide and many of these disorders are associated with unhealthy lifestyles. Conversely, a healthier lifestyle can help prevent or reverse liver disease. Liver-related mortality is closely related to the development of cirrhosis, the final consequence of progressive fibrosis, i.e. scarring of the liver […]

What does the public really know about patient safety at US hospitals? Not much

(Media Release) Nick Budnick, a reporter who knows his way around Oregon’s healthcare scene, just wrote a chilling tale in the Portland Tribune about a 52-year-old patient who died in 2015 after 12 teeth were pulled at Oregon Health & Science University’s dental surgery clinic.  The man’s liver had trouble producing the clotting agents the body […]

8 Ways Technology Is Improving Your Health

(Media Release) We hear all the time about how technology is bad for us. Since the introduction of computers. Even people working on App Development have the same issues, we spend more time sitting at a desk than moving around at work. We have created this sedentary lifestyle that is causing havoc in our overall life. What if […]

Doctor in the House: How to manage back pain

(Media Release) Nearly 10 million working days are lost each year for adults aged 25-64 due to back pain – and around 80% of us will suffer from back pain at some point in our lives. The financial cost to the UK economy is estimated to be around £12bn per year, plus there are huge […]


(Media Release) It’s scary but true: as you age, your body might turn against you. Everyday activities such as bringing in the groceries or a simple trip and fall can pose threats in the form of fracturing a wrist or ankle. No matter how minor the injury seems, gone are the days where you could […]

Sinus Survival is not a ‘Quick Fix’

                (Media Release) When I was 52 years old, I felt and looked so much older. I averaged about four sinus infections each year. My sinus condition had become progressively worse with infections becoming more frequent, of longer duration, and greater severity. It was a major undertaking to […]

Good-bye, Sugar Blues!

  (Media Release) For more than half my life, I experienced the shame and frustration brought on by bingeing on “forbidden foods.” I spent thirty-five years of my life either dieting or bingeing on foods high in sugar and fat. I never knew what it felt like to desire or eat in a normal, healthy […]

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