Category Archives: Quality of Life

Telemedicine and Nutritional Counseling for Chronic Patients

One of the biggest problems that the US faces is taking care of chronic health patients, because of their long-term medical needs. From heart conditions to depression, arthritis to stroke, cancer to type II diabetes all require full-time medical management … Continue reading

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Liver disease – A Leading Killer by 2020

A new study reveals that liver disease will be the leading cause of death by 2020. These will be young and middle-aged people deaths, with alcohol and obesity to blame. This premature death of middle-aged persons is due to the … Continue reading

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An Overview of Seasonal Affective Disorder(SAD)

Seasonal affective disorder is the depression that occurs at the same time every year. This depression is associated with the changes in the season. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is also known winter depression, winter blues, summer depression, Read more […]

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Facts of Vitamin D Deficiency

Vitamins are significant for the overall function of human body. Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin and enhances your bone health. This is a naturally occurring vitamin that is your body forms vitamin D after exposure to sunlight. Besides getting … Continue reading

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4 Benefits of Having a Lift Chair at Home

After a long day, it would be so good to sit in a comfortable chair before doing things at home. Some would even fall asleep at their chairs due to exhaustion from work. But if we get old and tend … Continue reading

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Beating Stress & Anxiety with Essential Oils

We’ve all had our own share of stressful situations that may have caused us major anxiety.  Some may be able to handle these situations very well, but others don’t. If you are one of those who struggle with managing stress … Continue reading

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