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Health Inverness

The following articles contain information about health, healthy living practices, and health trends. Learn about a variety of topics and issues, including but not limited to symptoms of illness or disease, treatments for disorders, new trends in the medical world, health care plans and more.
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Eating Disorder Treatment and Recovery Inverness

The inner voices of anorexia and bulimia whisper that you’ll never be happy until you lose weight, that your worth is measured by how you look. But the truth is that happiness and self-esteem come from loving yourself for who you truly are–and that’s only possible with recovery.

Eating for a Healthy Heart Inverness

Recent studies have suggested that eating a heart-healthy diet can cut the risk of developing heart disease or stroke by 80%.

Getting Chemo to Pancreatic Tumours Inverness

Researchers are reporting that they've discovered a way to boost chemotherapy and slightly extend the lives of mice with pancreatic cancer, potentially paving the way for more effective treatments in people in Inverness. There's no guarantee that the strategy would work in humans. And, even if it did, the researchers don't expect that it would add many months to people's lives.

The Nutritional Benefits of Fish Inverness

Fish stocks are increasingly a cause of concern and fish from the oceans is often polluted with heavy metals. Yet fish is touted as being healthy, low in fat and brimming with vitamins.

How to Get Ripped Arms Fast Inverness

What follows in the article is the best selection of exercises in Inverness for building your biceps, triceps and forearms, plus variations so that you (and your muscles) don't get bored.

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About Bipolar Disorder Inverness

What is bi polar disorder? It is also known as a "manic depressive" condition and causes a person to be severely depressed at times and then be extremely euphoric at others. Read on and learn more.

Acne Causes and Cures Inverness

Acne is a very distressing problem faced by millions of people worldwide. Read on the following article to learn more details about acne causes and treatments popular among people in Inverness.

Anxiety Disorders Inverness

The fast pace of modern day living is full of hassles that can put an undue strain on you both physically and mentally. The problem is that it is quite normal to experience feelings of anxiety or stress. The difficult part is being able to distinguish whether this is just a natural reaction you have to certain situations or if it is an actual disorder.

Eating Disorder Treatment and Recovery Inverness

The inner voices of anorexia and bulimia whisper that you’ll never be happy until you lose weight, that your worth is measured by how you look. But the truth is that happiness and self-esteem come from loving yourself for who you truly are–and that’s only possible with recovery.

Eating for a Healthy Heart Inverness

Recent studies have suggested that eating a heart-healthy diet can cut the risk of developing heart disease or stroke by 80%.

Gastroesophageal Reflux Inverness

In a recent article, GE reflux was defined as the presence of two or more episodes of heartburn a week. The symptoms are due the acid contents of the stomach traveling up to the oesophagus as a result of reflux. But symptoms other than heartburn may also occur.

Getting Chemo to Pancreatic Tumours Inverness

Researchers are reporting that they've discovered a way to boost chemotherapy and slightly extend the lives of mice with pancreatic cancer, potentially paving the way for more effective treatments in people in Inverness. There's no guarantee that the strategy would work in humans. And, even if it did, the researchers don't expect that it would add many months to people's lives.

Gym Music and Music for Workouts Inverness

Do you get the feeling that a burst of 'Eye Of The Tiger' reinvigorates you during a workout, while a blast of Miley Cyrus is more likely to leave you crumpled and broken under a heavy bar? It's not just a feeling.

How to Get Ripped Arms Fast Inverness

What follows in the article is the best selection of exercises in Inverness for building your biceps, triceps and forearms, plus variations so that you (and your muscles) don't get bored.

Migraine Pain Inverness

Migraine attacks and pain generally begins between the ages of 10 and 40, and diminishes after 50. The two primary types of migraines are with aura and without aura.

OCD Overview Inverness

Many people suffer from obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). It is an anxiety disorder in which a person has an obsessive and/or compulsive need to do certain things at specific times.

Pedometers for Losing Weight Inverness

Pedometers are rubbish, aren't they? When they're not completely inaccurate, they have an irritating tendency to reset themselves just as the sun is going down on your active day. And they measure walking, which is hardly the most taxing physical pursuit.

Poor Kidney Health And Gout Inverness

The people most likely to suffer from gout as a result of a kidney disorder are those who have adult polycystic kidney disease, the most commonly inherited form of kidney disease. Symptoms include pain in the back, kidney area or lower sides, headaches, UTI' s and blood in the urine.

Quit Caffeine By Getting Active Inverness

If you want to quit caffeine, you should do so with an active approach. Instead of just doing without your daily fix, use the tactics in this article to cruise to a caffeine free life in Inverness. The following article explains how to supplement physical activities and exercises for caffeine.

Sports Recovery Inverness

I’ve never had a problem with completing workouts – it’s the recovery that I’m no good at. That’s why, this week, I hobbled off to try some new recovery strategies.

The Nutritional Benefits of Fish Inverness

Fish stocks are increasingly a cause of concern and fish from the oceans is often polluted with heavy metals. Yet fish is touted as being healthy, low in fat and brimming with vitamins.

Types of Leukaemia Inverness

Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia (CLL) is a specific type of leukaemia that affects lymphocytes, a type of white blood cell that forms in the bone marrow, develops in the lymph nodes and functions to fight certain types of infections. This is termed a chronic leukaemia because it may be indolent (slowly or non-progressive) for years, especially in its early stages.