Loma Linda Health Library (ARCHIVE): “Understanding Your Response to Stress” (Assessment) Discover what your “stress profile” is. Please share it with others. It just might save someone’s life.
Purifying and Weight Loss Cures;
People’s health is being damaged more and more by the contemporary lifestyle. In spite of counting on the best monetary resources, millions of human beings around the world face serious health problems that could be prevented. For that reason, it is important to discover the healthy power of drinks, which, apart from delighting us with their delicious flavors, contribute to the well-being of the body and help to combat and prevent many disorders.
El estilo de vida contemporáneo está deteriorando cada vez la salud de las personas. A pesar de contar con más y mejores recursos económicos, hoy millones de seres humanos enfrentan serios problemas en el área sanitaria que son evitables. Por eso, es necesario descubrir el poder medicinal de las bebidas, las cuales, además de deleitarnos con sus exquisitos sabores, favorecen el bienestar del cuerpo y ayudan a combatir y prevenir muchos trastornos.
Vibrant Life Magazine (ARCHIVE): “How to Deal With Stress at Work” This article includes the power of laughter, being easier on oneself, and tuning out the technology as some ways to deal with workplace stress.
This post begins a series of posts for at least the month of January regarding stress-related issues, directly or indirectly. Vibrant Life Magazine (ARCHIVE): “10 Strategies for Beating Stress” All stress is not bad for one’s health. This article points out ways of dealing with unhealthy stress.
Hartland Institute (ARCHIVE): “Is Sitting the New Smoking?” This article not only points out sitting a long time but how we sit can subject one to similar health risks that smokers face. Moving around could very well be a good New Year’s and New Decade resolution.
Worry ⨳ Avoidance ⨳ Criticism ⨳ Complaining ⨳ Self-pity ⨳ Emotionalism ⨳ Bitterness
These seven psychological pitfalls can easily creep into our lives. If left to themselves, they have the power to undo all the good that our better habits are working to accomplish. The ancient King Solomon wrote, “Catch the foxes for us, the little foxes that are ruining the vineyards, while our vineyards are in blossom” (Song of Solomon 2:14 NASB). In this series, you will discover the personal “foxes” or negative thinking patterns that influence your emotional health. You will then learn how to “catch” them with simple replacement behaviors. The goal? A healthier, happier you.
Loma Linda Health Library (ARCHIVE): HIV/AIDS Quiz. Take the quiz and see what you know or not know about AIDS. Please share with others; it just might help save a life.
Loma Linda Health Library: Diabetes: Test Your Knowledge (QUIZ). Please share this with anyone that you might think has Diabetes or may not be aware of the possibility of having Diabetes. It just might save someone’s life.
Loma Linda Health Library: What Do You Know About Prediabetes? (QUIZ). Please share this with anyone that you might think has Prediabetes or may not be aware of the possibility of having Prediabetes.
Loma Linda University Health Library: Lifestyle Changes Can Lower Your Breast Cancer Risk. Some key lifestyle changes that a woman can undertake to reduce the threat of breast cancer.
Loma Linda University Health: When You’re HIV-Positive: What to Say. October is also HIV Awareness Month as well as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. But, how does one communicate with others if one has HIV? Check out this link.
This is a quiz about breast cancer. Take it and see what you know or don’t know. Please share. What one doesn’t know can be fatal. Sharing this quiz could save a woman’s life.
An introduction to breast cancer Please share especially with women who may not be aware that they may have breast cancer.
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Some awareness themes for October include Breast Cancer, World Mental Health Day (October 10), and Vegetarian Awareness, including World Vegetarian Day (October 1). There will be posts on these and other related topics for the month of October.
Loma Linda Health Library: Breast Cancer Risk Assessment If you or know a woman that could benefit from taking this assessment, please share this link with them. It just might save a woman’s life.
Loma Linda Health (ARCHIVE): Depression and Suicide. Please reach out to someone who is depressed and thus, be at risk for suicide:
Loma Linda Health Library (ARCHIVE): “Many Kids With Chronic Illness Are Still Happy: Study”
Check this article out. Could adults with chronic illness do the same?
#Happiness #Illness #Joy
Physical Exercise for Cancer; More help for cancer patients. Loma Linda Health Library. Be mindful of the warnings and precautions in this article.
This book covers a variety of topics including:
How to care for our bodies
Natural treatments for a variety of body parts and organs
How to prevent disease
How to achieve the ultimate in body beauty
The major attacks endured by the body
What can be done with it
The body’s history and destiny