Tuesday, October 27, 2009
flu seasons is here, in case you haven't already noticed. It terrible, i cannot stand being sick and over the last two weeks or so I've had little symptoms here and there. i will admit last weekend was the worst i was all congested and my voice was all raspy and what not.
anyways let me get back to my point, i see signs in all the grocery stores about flu vaccinations, and i have to admit i don't think I've ever gotten one flu shot in my entire life.
which makes me question.. do we really need it??
i read this article on google news and it was explain the importance of the vaccination, especially in pregnant women.
"Oct. 27, 2009 -- A new survey shows only about one in four pregnant women and mothers of young children plan to get the H1N1 flu vaccine this year, despite recommendations from public health groups urging them to do so.
The CDC, American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and many other public health organizations strongly recommend that pregnant women and new mothers get both the seasonal and H1N1 flu vaccine shots to protect themselves as well as their newborns.
The survey shows 43% of pregnant women and mothers of children younger than 2 years old plan to get a seasonal flu shot this year, up from 33% surveyed last year. But only 27% plan on getting the H1N1 flu vaccine."
Category: Cold & Flu
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Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Looking for a diet that i know will give me results.I was recommended a few diets but for some reason the south beach diet was the only one that stood out to me. I cant really tell you why , but my guess is because its the most talked about diet.
i googled it to fine there are some phases i didn't post.. but if your curious like i am.. here is some more insight information about how the diet works.
"Most people are sick of trying new diets for one reason – they do not work! What makes the South Beach Diet different is that it teaches a way of life where you rely on the right carbohydrates and fats. This new way of eating allows you to live contently without eating the bad carbohydrates and fats. In contrast, when a person eats bad carbohydrates and fats they feel hungrier, causing them to eat more, which causes weight gain. In exchange for eating right, you become healthier and can enjoy an 8 to 13 pound weight loss in just two weeks!
The Diet was created by Dr. Arthur Agatston, a highly respected cardiologist, to work with your body safely and effectively. This diet works in phases, the first two for a specific timeframe and the third phase for life. With this new approach, you can stop counting calories, stop weighing food portions, and stop feeling as though you are deprived from eating good-tasting and satisfying food! Actually, you will be eating three, normal-size meals but wait, that not all! You will also get two snacks each day and with meal plans that are designed to be flexible, you can enjoy a variety, based on what sounds good to you on any particular day.
Best of all, you will see amazing results in a short amount of time. Your hips, thighs, and stomach will be thinner, the number on the scales will go down, and all those overwhelming food cravings will be gone! Just imagine losing weight while still enjoying many of your favorite foods. With the diet, you can dine on mouth-watering foods like Chicken en Papillote, Shrimp Louis, and even Chocolate Sponge Cake and still lose the weight! "
Category: Vitamin & Supplement
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Monday, October 12, 2009
October is Breast cabcer aware month. we all know good well that women are at a great risk of getting breast cancer, espeically if they have history of breast cancer in there family.. but men are also at risk. although ther risk for men are alot less likey to happen dont completely rule it out.
Radiologist Deborah Day says.
Surgeon Daniel Dunn believes men with a breast lump should always assume it is cancerous, until proven otherwise, because men share women's breast cancer risk.
"In the United States last year, about 180,000 women were diagnosed with breast cancer and about 2,000 men," Dunn says.
Most of the time men's treatment is a mastectomy. That is what happened to Baker. Then he spent the next five months in chemotherapy.
"I was still in chemo, and found out men couldn't run," Baker says.
So Baker pushed to have the rules changed. To this day he is the only man running in the Alaska Run for Women, proudly wearing pink.
"I'm surprised there's no pink ribbon on this lapel," Baker says. "I wear one 100 percent of the time. The pink ribbon's associated with breast cancer, and the blue ribbon's associated with prostate cancer. I don't see any sense in mixing the two."
Baker does not consider himself in remission, "I prefer to think I'm cured, but pick anything you like."
Baker admits he is rare, "I want other people to know. Most men say nothing about it. They're embarrassed to have what essentially as I say has been essentially labeled a female disease."
That is why bear Baker continues to fight, urging men to be their own advocates. Because if he had not been his own, Baker believes he might not be here to fight for others.
"Be persistent," Baker says. "Realize it's your body and if there's a change by gosh go find out why."
Category: health concern
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