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Why Preventive Medicine Is Important

  • February 10, 2021

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Preventing an illness before it happens is, of course, the best possible outcome. The goal of preventive medicine is to do just that: prevent a patient from not only the suffering that goes with sickness and disease, but from costly corrective medical procedures as well.

For Dominique Fradin-Read, who has been in preventive medicine since opening her own practice at the age of 25, preventive healthcare is a passion to which she has dedicated her entire career. Practicing what she calls “vitality medicine” she seeks to improve her patients’ lives with a combination of optimal mind and body biochemistry, improved metabolic functions and healthy lifestyle adjustments.

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Helping A Family Member Who Has PTSD

  • December 30, 2020

Helping A Family Member Who Has PTSD

Trauma is one's unique response to a traumatic event. We can't let other people's experiences determine how we feel about our own. There will always be people who we'll think experienced something more traumatic than what we went through ourselves, but that's just our perception. Someone who goes through something we see as incredibly traumatic may not suffer from PTSD symptoms. Not developing PTSD doesn't make them any stronger; it just means they had a different response. Comparing our wounds to someone else's won't help us heal.

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5 Simple Ways to Lose Belly Fat

  • December 29, 2020

5 Simple Ways to Lose Belly Fat

There are specific parts of the body that tend to accumulate a lot more fat than others. The belly is one of your body parts that accumulates excess fat. This can be dangerous to your health since it subjects you to heart conditions, cancer, and diabetes, just to mention a few.

Research shows that 20% of weight loss enthusiasts successfully manage to follow the long-term goals while most people quit along the way. Cutting down belly fat requires determination, patience, and self-discipline; especially on when and what you eat. With that in mind, let us look at 5 simple ways to lose belly fat.

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Can THC And CBD Be Used For Your Lifestyle?

  • December 2, 2020

Can THC and CBD be Used for Your Lifestyle

Finding the time to relax can be difficult if you have a hectic work schedule or a very active social life. Even if it is for a couple of minutes or hours in the day, it is necessary for people to find a balance so they are not overwhelmed by their tasks. For this, some people use THC cartridge, CBD flowers, and various types of THC or CBD products. So what is it and how can it help me?

Please understand that this post is for informational purposes only. Consult a health expert and/or physician before trying any new supplements.

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How COVID-19 Tests Help To Track The Disease

  • November 23, 2020

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The COVID-19 tests allow governments and health professionals to have a real scope of the spread of the virus in society, monitor the transmission chains of the disease, detect asymptomatic patients or those who at some point had Covid-19 and did not discover it, in addition to identifying the virus transmission by geographic areas and age groups, among other parameters. Primex Labs is part of the solution; giving tests to help the government and health officials get a good grip on this disease.

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How Women Can Get a Good Night’s Sleep

  • November 9, 2020

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Inadequate sleep can cause several health problems, primarily when it doesn't get immediately addressed. Some feel like their immune systems weakens while others even develop heart diseases or even diabetes.

To achieve optimum holistic health, an average adult should get at least seven hours of sleep each night. However, Harvard Medical School says that 60% of women often fall short of their sleep requirements. Aside from insomnia, other underlying conditions may need medical attention. Many women don't even have the time to sleep right because they have to make ends meet all the time.

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Thriving in Your 40s: Beauty and Health Changes to Make

  • November 9, 2020

Thriving in Your 40s: Beauty and Health Changes to Make

Want to stay healthy and radiant in your 40s?

So, you've finally hit middle age, and you might be feeling a bit insecure about your 40s.

Or perhaps you're perfectly happy as you celebrate your age, but you want to be able to maintain your health and glow.

40 is a great time to be alive, menopause aside. It's especially much easier these days because you can do so many things to keep up your fitness and beauty.

Here are just a few of the best things you can do.

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Nutrients for Sports Injuries: How to Heal Fast

  • October 18, 2020

Nutrients for Sports Injuries

Love sports, but scared about getting injured?

Sport injuries are fairly common , and believe it or not there is a strong connection between poor nutrition and sports-related injuries. 

Hence why proper food nutrition and preventive health measures should be taken. 

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Still Unsure About Hitting The Gym During COVID?

  • October 5, 2020

What if You are Still Unsure About Hitting the Gym?

Let's be honest:

It's OK if you're still unsure about the gym during the pandemic.

The gyms are starting to re-open following a total closure due to COVID-19 and, while eager gym-goers are once again working up a sweat in their home away from home, some of us still aren’t quite there yet.

Having been told of the dangers of coming into close proximity with others outside of our households and support bubbles, the idea of getting hot and sweaty in the gym isn’t exactly appealing to a good number of people.

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Your Money: How Long Will It Last?

  • September 29, 2020

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The coronavirus pandemic taught us a valuable lesson:

You need to expect the unexpected--especially when it comes to your money.

In fact, it may not surprise you to know that 50% of Americans would experience financial trouble if they had to cover an emergency expense of $1,000 or more. That's according to a Charles Schwab Financial Literacy survey.

Pandemic and emergency expenses aside, money management is a real problem for us Americans. So, what do we do? Below, we have a few key tips you will want to make note of as you resurrect your financial literacy and outlook.

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