Fitness

Some Migraines Tied to Artery Tears in Neck

By Kathleen Doheny HealthDay Reporter MONDAY, March six, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Some younger adults who endure migraines may possibly be at threat for tears in their neck arteries, which can improve the probabilities of a stroke, a new study suggests. Precisely what triggers these vessel tears is not clear, the researchers added. However, study author Dr. Alessandro Pezzini stressed ...

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Personalized Learning: The Key to Retention, Engagement, and Mastery

Advancements in educational technology have paved the way for personalized learning. Personalized learning is a diverse variety of educational programs, instructional approaches, and learning experiences that are tailored directly to the learning needs of individual students. Personalized learning is about providing the right resource at the right time for each student to enable him or her to engage and solve ...

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Alzheimer's Death Toll Nearly Doubles in 15 Years

By Alan Mozes HealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, March 7, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Alzheimer’s disease claims practically twice as a lot of American lives annually as it did just 15 years ago, a new report shows. “And that’s frankly alarming,” mentioned Keith Fargo, director of scientific programs and outreach at the Alzheimer’s Association, which made the report. “Now, a lot of ...

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Going gluten-free might actually increase your risk of diabetes

JPM / Getty Those gluten-free eaters may have a slight disadvantage when it comes to developing “the diabeetus,” according to new research presented at an annual meeting of the American Heart Association. Gluten, a protein found in wheat, rye, and barley, is a major component of baked goods like bread and pasta, and gives the final product a chewy bite. ...

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The better-skin diet: 8 best foods for a healthier-looking complexion

Linda Xiao Just how the right combination of lean proteins, vitamin-rich vegetables, and wholesome carbs can fuel your muscles, the right foods can also improve your skin’s appearance. [RELATED1] Prevent wrinkles, protect against sun damage, and gain vibrant, healthier-looking skin by eating these powerful foods.  The better-skin diet: 8 best foods for a healthier-looking complexion 1 of 8 1. Almonds ...

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Coaching Strategies that Serve Today’s Customers

Let’s assume you have hired and trained your employees to meet the desires and needs of today’s consumers—enhanced self-image, entertainment, and pampering—as described in my book, “Meconomics 101: 16 Ways to Enhance Your Marketing and advertising, Selling and Enterprise Management for Today’s Consumers,” and in my prior www.TrainingMag.com write-up, “Why and How to Make Your Staffing and Coaching Approaches Fit ...

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5 Irish whiskey cocktails that are perfect for St. Patrick’s Day

Photo by Zandy Mangold / Used with permission In the U.S., St. Patrick’s Day usually means lots of green beer and cheap whiskey, typically ad nauseum. (And, often, literally to the point of nausea.) But let’s say you’re tired of serving up the same old swill—what then? The answer: Step up your cocktail game with these inspired next-level mixes that ...

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House Republicans Unveil Their Rx for Obamacare

By Dennis Thompson and Karen Pallarito HealthDay Reporters TUESDAY, March 7, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Home Republicans have unveiled their long-anticipated strategy to repeal the Reasonably priced Care Act and replace it with a stripped-down method of person tax credits. The proposed legislation would preserve some of the most common characteristics of the controversial health reform law sometimes called Obamacare, ...

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9 ways to be a straight-up legend in the sack

Shutterstock You’re still panting, sweating, and naked between the sheets when something (confidence? insecurity?) makes you ask how the sex was for her. Bold move. If she shrugs or gives the ego-obliterating answer of ‘fine,’ you’re gonna carry that with you the next time your clothes come off. But that doesn’t have to be the case. Here’s the thing: No ...

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Have Americans Given Up on Losing Weight?

By Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, March 7, 2017 (HealthDay News) — A lot more Americans are overweight or obese, but many have offered up on attempting to drop these excess pounds, a new study shows. A single in each and every three folks in the United States is now obese, compared with one in five 20 years ago, researchers ...

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