Tight hip flexers can cause the lower belly pooch. These are stretches to help loosen up your hips
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Tight hip flexers can cause the lower belly pooch. These are stretches to help loosen up your hips Frog pose!
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Tight hip flexers can cause the lower belly pooch. These are stretches to help loosen up your hips @FitToSavor says: wow totally never knew that tight hip flexors could cause bad posture, which can cause belly pooch. . Definitely going to incorporate more hip flexor stretches into my routine!
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Soil-Dwelling Fungus Rode Joplin Tornado to Unexpected Human Home-In the weeks after the Joplin twister, doctors started to notice something strange among a few of those injured. Their wounds were blackening, infected by fungi so aggressive that the flesh actually sprouted fuzzy white mold, as if they were a forgotten orange or loaf of bread (warning: graphic images).(7.28.15)
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Campus Suicide and the Pressure of Perfection - The New York Times(7.27.15)
July 22, 2015 Income inequality is growing in the U.S., and the problem is much worse than most people believe. For children, growing up poor hinders brain development and leads to poorer performance in schools, according to a study published this week in JAMA Pediatrics.
The Science Of ‘Hangry’, Or Why Some People Get Grumpy When They’re Hungry July 20, 2015 |
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Alzheimer's disease linked to sleep problems, studies find - CBS News(7.20.15)
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Scientists find first drug that appears to slow Alzheimer's disease | Science | The Guardian(7.22.15)
Alzheimer's Drugs In The Works Might Help Other Diseases, Too--Previous efforts to treat Alzheimer's have mostly focused on a single protein. This time, scientists are focusing on a process instead. Studies in mice show that the treatment can reverse symptoms of the disease.(7.19.15)
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There's a new generation of drugs in the works that researchers think might help not only Alzheimer's patients, but also people with Parkinson's disease and other brain disorders.#ENDALZ #Walk2EndAlz
Alzheimer's Drugs In The Works Might Help Other Diseases, Too In this colorized image of a brain cell from a person with Alzheimer's, the red tangle in the yellow cell body is a toxic tangle of misfolded "tau" proteins, adjacent to the cell's green nucleus.
Alzheimer's Drugs In The Works Might Help Other Diseases, Too. (such as Parkinson's) Previous efforts to treat Alzheimer's have focused on a single target — usually the protein called beta-amyloid. Instead, several teams of scientists reporting their work at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference in Washington D.C. this week are targeting a process in the brain that leads to toxins involved in several different diseases.
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Norway scientists find cause of coeliac disease 01 Jul 2015 --Professor Ludvig Sollid and his team at the University of Oslo have discovered that coeliac sufferers have one of two defective human leukocyte antigens (HLAs) which cause the immune system to see gluten molecules as dangerous, triggering an immune response which causes severe inflammation and other symptoms.
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The Importance of Eating Together Family dinners build relationships, and help kids do better in school. (7.18.14)
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23 Photos That Nail What It Feels Like To Have Depression(7.7.15)
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The Myth of Big, Bad Gluten JULY 4, 2015
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"The Myth of Big, Bad Gluten" A misleading title, but a great article about gluten, celiac disease, autoimmune disorders, and genetics in The New York Times
The Myth of Big, Bad Gluten - Perhaps the sugary, greasy Western diet increasingly recognized as pro-inflammatory, is partly responsible. Maybe shifts in our intestinal microbial communities, driven by antibiotics & hygiene, have contributed. Whatever the eventual answer, stories about what we evolved eating & what that means blind us to the bigger really much more worrisome prob: The modern immune system appears to have gone on the fritz. Maybe stop Q what wrong w/wheat, and Q what wrong w/us.
The Myth of Big, Bad Gluten - The New York Times--My son is Celiac, and I have severe wheat allergies, but that doesn't make this research wrong.
Why Childhood Memories Disappear - The Atlantic (July 2015)
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The Empathy Trap – How To Recognise And Understand Sociopathic Behaviour The empathy trap: therapists and counsellors almost by definition are empathic, to facilitate clients’ recovery – but this quality can mean those carers are targets for sociopaths, aided by what Dr Jane & Tim McGregor call “apaths”. The first UK article on this cruel sport shows how to identify and thus avoid it.(4.29.15)
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PARENT'S CORNER: THE LETTER YOUR TEENAGER CAN'T WRITE YOU Gretchen Schmelzer June 23, 2015
I wonder if this is true? New Alzheimer’s treatment fully restores memory function Of the mice that received the treatment, 75 percent got their memory function back. BEC CREW18 MAR 2015
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New Alzheimer’s treatment fully restores memory function - ScienceAlert ~ Of the mice that received the treatment, 75 percent got their memory functions back. Australian researchers have come up with a non-invasive ultrasound technology that clears the brain of neurotoxic amyloid plaques - structures that are responsible for memory loss and a decline in cognitive function in Alzheimer’s patients. Publishing in Science Translational Medicine, the team describes the technique as using a particular type of ultrasound called a focused therapeutic ultrasound, which non-invasively beams sound waves into the brain tissue. By oscillating super-fast, these sound waves are able to gently open up the blood-brain barrier, which is a layer that protects the brain against bacteria, and stimulate the brain’s microglial cells to activate. Microglila cells are basically waste-removal cells, so they’re able to clear out the toxic beta-amyloid clumps that are responsible for the worst symptoms of Alzheimer’s.
We’ll start here: a semi-colon is a place in a sentence where the author has the decision to stop with a period, but chooses not to. A semi-colon is a reminder to pause and then keep going. In April I was diagnosed with depression and anxiety. By the beginning of May I was popping anti-depressents every morning with a breakfast I could barely stomach. In June, I had to leave a job I’d wanted since I first set foot on this campus as an incoming freshmen because of my mental health...(6.18.15)
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The semicolon tattoo. Read the article that goes with this. It describes depression perfectly. Pause at life, don't end it. You can fight through it
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Furred-up arteries. Diabetes. Eye disease. Dementia. Depression. Why doctors now believe they could all be triggered by one SILENT KILLER Sprained ankle or an infected splinter can bring on inflammation We recognise its heat, swelling and discomfort - but it's not just skin deep Low-level reaction is recognised as being at heart of most chronic diseases Include atherosclerosis, age-related macular degeneration and dementia (6.15.15)