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The Dangers Of Osteoporosis

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The Dangers Of Osteoporosis

Can you imagine breaking a bone just because you sneezed? For people with osteoporosis, who have brittle bones that can easily break, it’s something they worry about. 10 million people in the United States have osteoporosis, and 8 million of the 10 million are women. When we think of our bones, we think of them…

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Chronic Pain May Increase a Person’s Risk of Suicide

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Individuals who suffer from chronic back pain or migraines have a higher likelihood of attempting suicide, regardless of whether they also suffer from depression or other psychiatric problem, according to the results of a new study. Researchers who conducted the study at the Veterans Affairs Serious Mental Illness Treatment Resource and Evaluation Center in Ann…

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Melanoma: Five Reasons You May Be At Risk

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Melanoma: Five Reasons You May Be At Risk

Melanoma: Five Reasons You May be at Risk Melanoma is a very serious type of skin cancer. It is caused by abnormal growth of skin cells known as melanocytes. Overexposure of UV light is one of the main causes of melanoma, but there are several risk factors that can affect people. Ultraviolet Light Exposure UV…

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Workplace Health: Don’t Stress About Stress – Deal With It

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Workplace Health: Don't Stress About Stress - Deal With It

The stress factor If there’s one topic that’s guaranteed to hit the workplace wellbeing pages on a regular basis, it’s that of stress. Some of the more dramatic headlines of the past few months were generated by the story last autumn of how hospital stress –related admissions have increased. And while it’s true that stress…

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Bone Density at the Age of 40: What You Should Know

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Bone Density at the Age of 40: What You Should Know

Bone density is a much misunderstood condition that can become serious in persons as they age. Chronically weak bones with low density is a disease called osteoporosis by physicians. This treacherous condition puts sufferers at constant risk of broken bones in the most trivial accidents. While we exercise our muscles, we are also improving our…

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