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Sheen, addiction and domestic violence by Jason Schwartz, LMSW Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Fri 04 Mar 2011 3:25pm There’s been a lot of buzz about Charlie Sheen’s sad and all too public descent into addiction-induced madness. I tend not to comment on these kinds of stories, but I saw a couple other things I wanted to highlight. First, in some corners, there is a strange romanticisation of his “honesty” about his drug use and lifestyle and their ple ... Read on »
Taking Suboxone Long-Term is Wrong! by SuboxDoc Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:41pm 1 Comment I’m sorry, those of you who have been reading this site for the past couple years, to go through this once more…   but I have another of THOSE messages, and it has been, what, a few weeks since I discussed the short-term/long-term issue?   Rest assured that I spare you, the reader, more times than not.  I suppose I could tell the writer of the me ... Read on »
Will Running Cause Long-term Damage? by Perry R. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 27 Jul 2010 9:03am Since increasing my mileage to train for the upcoming Chicago Marathon, I’ve noticed that my left knee is starting to hurt.  Actually, I’ve noticed lots of things have started to hurt.  It’s a truism of running that people often gloss over. Running can hurt And it even hurts for jogglers. However, there are different kinds of p ... Read on »
The Long Term Effects... ... by Brett Jones Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 12:01am The Long Term Effects... Of Dead-lifting and other activities... A recent post on the DD forum got me thinking a bit - the question arose as to what the long term effects of dead-lifting might be and if they were negative. This is a very difficult question to answer because there are so many variables to take into account. Such as ... Read on »
Hahn: Long-Term Aerobic Training Causes Premature Aging And Damage To The Heart by Jimmy M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 6:34pm Fred Hahn is making a "Slow Burn" believer out of me 1. When you start talking about living a healthy lifestyle, generally the conversation begins with your diet and the kind of foods you put inside your body. While that is certainly the logical first step when it comes to losing weight and improving your health, mos ... Read on »
Even Tom Brady Needs Brain Exercises by David D. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 25 Aug 2014 5:21pm Tom Brady How Tom Brady Trains His Brain Tom Brady was on this morning’s local Boston sports radio talk show “Dennis and Callahan” on WEEI, discussing the recent hit/concussion over the weekend that will now sideline former teammate Wes Walker again for the 3rd time in the last few seasons. While keeping to the discussion about ... Read on »
Exercise is a MUST for treating and preventing Back Pain by Dr. Eben Davis Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Mon 30 Aug 2010 12:00am San Francisco Chiropractor Comments: A primary complaint of many back pain patients is the inability to exercise. They want to exercise, but the exercise makes the pain worse. This is not good, because exercise is exactly what the spine needs to stay strong and healthy. Many back pain patients that are unable to ex ... Read on »
Recovery steps for depression and bipolar disorder or manic-depressive illness by Nancie .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 07 Oct 2008 7:08pm 1 Comment Dear Friends, Thanks for stopping by this Mission 4 Monday post. I am thankful to God that I can continue to serve Him through this blog. One of the missions of my blog is to share with others God's goodness and mercies to me in managing clinical depression and bipolar disorder, as well as to share resources that will benefit a pers ... Read on »
Hahn: Long-Term Aerobic Training Causes Premature Aging And Damage To The Heart by Jimmy M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 12 Feb 2008 2:14pm Fred Hahn is making a "Slow Burn" believer out of me 1. When you start talking about living a healthy lifestyle, generally the conversation begins with your diet and the kind of foods you put inside your body. While that is certainly the logical first step when it comes to losing weight and improving your health, most people tend to neglect an ... Read on »
Update on recovery by Amy G. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 11:07am We now interrupt our regularly scheduled race weekend report which is taking forever to write and taking you forever to read. My recovery is going well. I'm amazed at how much better my body feels after the tri, compared to how it feels after a marathon. There's two reasons for that (the feeling better part, not the amazement): (1) I was on ... Read on »