Now Treat Your Eczema With This New Unusual Approach

Now Treat Your Eczema With This New Unusual Approach

I hate my eczema. When it flares, the skin on my eyelids becomes red and angry. The nape of my neck itches and burns. My earlobes prickle and weep from irritation. Mostly, I feel like a hostage in my own skin. I’ve tried countless remedies – including elimination diets and prescription creams and ointments. They provide a slight respite, but there’s been no magic cure. New research, though, suggests an unusual new approach that might change things for me and the 32 million other Americans who suffer from eczema: applying…

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What Could Amazon’s Approach to Health Care Look Like?

What Could Amazon’s Approach to Health Care Look Like?

JAMIE JONES/GETTY IMAGES It is clear from some of its recent moves that Amazon sees the 18% of U.S. GDP dedicated to health care as fertile ground for expansion. Consider its decision to pursue the market for pharmaceutical distribution, or the recent announcement that it will be teaming up with Berkshire Hathaway and JP Morgan Chase to create joint solutions for reducing the health care spending of more than 1 million employees and their families. This latest move has engendered robust debate. Proponents liberally term it “disruptive,” seeing a natural diversification opportunity for the company that has aspired to…

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Positive approach towards exercise brings better benefits

Positive approach towards exercise brings better benefits

Exercising is undoubtedly good for health. However, positive mindset about exercise brings better benefit, not just physically but psychologically and neurophysiologically too, a new study has revealed. The researchers in the study published in the Journal of Behavioral Medicine provided evidence that individuals can be positively or negatively influenced before engaging in exercise. The researchers invited 76 men and women aged between 18 and 32 years where they had to exercise for 30 minutes on a bicycle ergometer and were separated into different groups. The participants were shown short films…

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Cape Breton cancer Centre introduces new breast most cancers remedy approach

Cape Breton cancer Centre introduces new breast most cancers remedy approach

The Cape Breton cancer Centre is the use of a new method called breath/preserve to treat a few breast most cancers sufferers. it is a easy technique that calls for the affected person to take a deep breath and maintain it for 20 to 30 seconds to permit a radiation beam to attention and extra as it should be hit its supposed area. Cape Breton cancer Centre gets $3.7M linear accelerator The Nova Scotia health Authority says the centre on the Cape Breton local clinic is the first in Atlantic…

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