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Spring into spring

 

Few will deny that it has been a long winter. For those who suffer from SAD, (seasonal affective disorder) it has been particularly difficult, but spring is upon us and that means depressive symptoms will soon subside. 427 more words

Teresa Madaleno

April News Round-Up

Cheese and Heart Disease

The Daily Mail reported that cheese in the French diet may explain their very low levels of heart attack despite eating high levels of saturated fat – the so called ‘French Paradox’. 462 more words

Article

Suns damage to skin may continue even after you have gone back inside

With the sunny summer weather upon us, many of us will look to soak up some much needed sun following a gruelling winter season. We all know that too much sun exposure can lead to nasty sunburn’s and can increase our risk of getting skin cancer. 707 more words

Research

Why April 15th is D-Day in the south of England

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  • If you live in the South of England you can start making vitamin D from April 15th, close to midday (1pm)
  • To create vitamin D your skin needs UVB which only reaches the surface of the Earth when the sun is more than 50º above the horizon…
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Nutrition

Our Magnificent Sun

An easy way to utilize nature’s healing power it to get out in the sun! The sun helps you maintain a radiant and healthy body, and you will reap wonderful benefits from it. 300 more words

High Cholesterol

My personal experience with Hypoglycemia

 

After stopping birth control due to some rather frightening side effects, I began experiencing symptoms of hypoglycemia. If I did not eat for longer than two hours, I would start to shake and my vision would get blurry, etc. 833 more words

Health

Doxycycline and Sun Exposure

One of the drugs I had been taking for the cycle was doxycycline. This is a drug I had actually taken before, way back during my first year in college, for a UTI. 202 more words

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