Sunday, February 17, 2019

Health Link

Would-Be Predators Beware: Child Victims Act Extends Statute of Limitations in Child Sexual Abuse Cases

Justice for child sexual abuse survivors has been a long time coming in New York State, but after years of political wrangling, the Child Victims Act will finally tip the scales in favor of innocent victims. For the Jewish community in particular, where many have been afraid to press charges to

Oncology Doctor Runs for Team Lifeline in Memory of Beloved Patient

(Courtesy of Chai Lifeline) Every once in a while, someone comes into your life and changes you forever. For Dr. Andrew Silverman, oncology fellow at Children’s Hospital of New York Presbyterian at Columbia University Medical Center, that someone was a boy named Eli. 

Medicare Deja Vu All Over Again! It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, No It’s OEP. Huh!

What’s OEP? It’s the Open Enrollment Period which beginning in 2019 is from January 1-March 31 each year. 

With it being OEP the Medicare Media Blast from this past Fall continues as the  carriers are at it

No Need to Sacrifice Flavor When Preparing Healthy Foods

Was today another day where you had to swallow your bland meal for the sake of your health?

The reality is that all we really want from our food is flavor.

Omega-3s: What Are They, and Are You Getting Enough?

(BPT) Each day we are bombarded with heaping helpings of health headlines -

‘Tis The Season: Tests , Tests and More Tests

The winter months bring us new weather patterns, new daylight schedules and new challenges for children. Exams, projects and papers are back in full swing. Some children may experience some level of anxiety in preparation for an exam or during an exam. Test anxiety is a form of anxiety that is both

Having My Cake and Eating It Too

I recently spent time reflecting on my life’s journey. While still young, upon recalling all the events of the past 15 years, I reflect on the ways that my history of struggling impacted my thoughts and perceptions. I remember imagining what my future would bring. Now,

Magnesium for Women’s Health

Magnesium is one of the most abundant minerals in our body. It is needed for more than 300 functions. It plays an important role in nerve and muscle reactions, a healthy immune system, heart health and creating strong bones. The main source of magnesium is the foods we eat every day. The reason why this

Thoughts for the New Year: How to Eat More and Weigh Less

 

What if someone tells you that you can actually eat more but still weigh less? Would you consider that unbelievable ?

Research has shown that the volume of food that you eat and not the number of calories that you

Oral Appliance Therapy: A New, Easy Way to Treat Obstructive Sleep Apnea

(Courtesy of Stamford Smiles) According to the American Sleep Association, 25 million adults in the United States have obstructive sleep apnea. Estimates are that 9 percent to 21 percent of women, and 24 percent to 31 percent of men suffer from this sleeping disorder. Although it’s more common in people over the age of 40, it’s

Tips for Healthier Baking This Holiday Season

You can have your favorite baked goods this holiday season and feel good too! It is becoming a trend as of late to switch over to either gluten-free or all-natural diets. The problem with these is that everybody has his or her family favorites, especially at certain times of the year, like now as Thanksgiving is approaching

Simple Health Tips for Busy Moms

(BPT) Mothers are the CEO of the home. Organizing schedules, paying the bills, doing food shopping, managing pick-ups and drop-offs, and making sure everyone is healthy is just part of the job. Unfortunately, because they are so busy taking care of others, many moms often put off taking care of themselves or scheduling their own health

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