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Entry for July 28, 2008COPD - Making Patients Move Requires The Right Exercise Advice

Posted Jul 28 2008 12:08pm

Making Patients Move Requires The Right Exercise AdviceScienceDaily (July 27, 2008)���It is common knowledge that regular exercise supports physical and mental well-being. Despite this and recommendations from health care providers, the majority of patients with chronic illnesses remain inactive....researchers found that adults withchronic illness who received interventions focused on behavior-changing strategies significantly increased their physical activity levels��� ���Behavior interventions increased participants��� activity by an average of 48 minutes perweek, which is enough to provide them with health benefits,������People may feeloverwhelmed by the thought of exercise, or think they have to work out 60 minutes, five days a week,but doing just 12 minutes per day may get them started toward better health.���


New Health Drink? Chemist Goes Nano With CoQ10ScienceDaily (July 27, 2008)���If Bruce Lipshutz has his way, you may soon be buying bottles of water brimming with the life-sustaining coenzyme CoQ10at your local Costco.


Alternative medicine:Evaluate claims of treatment successEducating yourself about alternative medicine helps you determine whether its treatments are worth exploring.Follow these suggestions to help you assess the claims.Alternative medicine treatments ranging from herbal remedies to acupuncture have become more popular as people seek greater control of their own health. Butwhile they do give you more options, these treatments aren't always proven safe or effective.When considering any alternative treatments,be a savvy consumer. Be open-minded yet skeptical of medical claims.Many treatments, both conventional and unconventional, have risks and side effects.


Adult Stem Cells Activated In Mammalian Brain

ScienceDaily (July 26, 2008)��� Adult stem cells originate in a different part of the brain than is commonly believed, and with proper stimulation they can produce new brain cells to replace those lost to disease or injury, a study by UC Irvine scientists has shown.

roxlyngcd@comcast.netKeeping moving keeps me alive and able to do things.

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