No getting enough sleep is a major contributor to high blood pressure and heart attacks. You may also find that you are mentally deficient if you have a lack of sleep and your moods will cause irritability and dysfunction. Get at least eight hours of sleep each night to stay healthy.
My daughter was six months old but i still felt like a rubber band stretched to its limits and farther. I had a newborn and a two-year-old, a beautiful new house and a husband who loved me but I felt angry, sad and disinterested at the same time.
Coronary heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S., and the leading cause of death caused by smoking. The toxins in cigarette smoke cause plaques to form in the arteries, which leads to arteriosclerosis, otherwise known as hardening of the arteries. Smoking is hard on the heart.
Luckily though, Kaiser Permanente and the U.C. Davis Medical Center have stepped forward to save this important social service. U.C. Davis Medical Center gave ,000 and Kaiser Permanente gave ,000 to keep the flu shot program alive. This is great news for this particular program. In this particular flu season. But it certainly still raises questions about the future prospects of government services aimed at the health care needs of citizens.
For example, the U.S. Department of health and human services recently published a report containing teen obesity statistics. The report said that 14% of teens in the united states are obese. Translation: 14% of our teens are at elevated risk for high cholesterol, heart disease, high blood pressure, and type 2 Diabetes.
Department of HUD also has a great site for younger children where they learn about their neighborhoods. There’s interactive field trips plus a scavenger hunt.
OUse your allies. Confide in a trustworthy friend. Tell your friend some of the signs of oncoming illness and ask him or her to let you know if they see them. That way, you have not only yourself watching for symptoms, but also an objective friend. Then you can take action to prevent the illness getting worse.
To join the Medicare Prescription Drug Plan (Medicare Part D) you must choose one Prescription Drug Plan from dozens of plans that are available (there are up to 50 plans in some states). Once you have chosen a plan you are “locked-in” until the enrollment period the following year.