How To Avoid Extra Sodium In Your Diet And Still Enjoy The Benefits Of A Water Softener

Posted on: 23 March 2015

If your doctor asks you to cut back on your salt/sodium intake, the last thing you want is to discover that your softened water is contributing to higher sodium levels. Because most water softener companies use rock salt to soften water, you may be getting extra salt or sodium in your diet than you thought. You do not want to give up the benefits of a water softener, but you want better health.
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Family History Of Cancer: Why You Need An Occasional Physical Examination At A Clinic

Posted on: 6 March 2015

Do you come from a family with a history of cancer? The best way to stay on top of your health is by getting a physical examination to make sure you are in good shape. Here's how getting an occasional physical examination a health clinic can help you get treated for cancer early if it develops. How Can an Occasional Physical Examination Help Fight Cancer? The main point of a physical examination is for your overall health to get tested.
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Alzheimer's: The Quick Guide To Understanding The Disease

Posted on: 25 February 2015

While as many as five million Americans are battling this disease on a daily basis, the disease itself can still seem unknown and frightening. Below is a quick guide to understanding Alzheimer's Disease. What Is Alzheimer's? Alzheimer's disease is a neurological disorder that affects the memory and general mental functions. It is progressive, meaning it worsens over time and does not relapse or "get better." Alzheimer's is not simply age-related memory loss—instead, it's a disease that leads to brain cell death and deterioration in daily functioning.
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What You Should Not Do When You Have Asthma

Posted on: 13 February 2015

When you are diagnosed with asthma, a chronic respiratory disease that involves the involuntary constriction and closing of the bronchial tubes and which hinders breathing, you may not know what you should do to make your condition better. You are likely tempted to completely alter everything in your life to avoid any future asthma attacks or flareups, or even to just ignore the problem entirely in an attempt to prove how tough you are.
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