AHA News: To Everything There Is a Season, Including Heart Disease

THURSDAY, July 2, 2020 (American Heart Association News) — A growing body of research suggests heart attacks, angina and other heart events increase during winter and summer. Now, a new study could explain why. Researchers reviewed an international registry of 1,113 people, the majority from Japan, with acute coronary syndrome. Heart attack is a type… Read More »

Why prescribe antidepressants for anxiety

You may need to try a few different medications before finding one that works for you. To avoid potential complications, discontinue use only under the guidance of your doctor. Working with these partners enables Anxiety. In most cases, the first medication you’ll be offered will be a type of antidepressant called a selective serotonin reuptake… Read More »

Do We Actually Know What We Should Eat?

I would like to believe that we Americans actually know what we should eat for a healthy diet. If that is true then why are so many Americans obese and why are so many in poor health because they are over eating the wrong foods?   It is a fact that mass production and marketing… Read More »

Can wearing a ponytail cause hair loss

Recently there has been more correlations found between hair styles and hair loss. This includes how tight you wear a ponytail, how often your hair extensions are, and how often you color-treat your hair. Many of us have heard that wearing a ponytail will increase hair loss. This statement is false in most situations, however… Read More »