Browsing Month August, 2015

Yoga As a Therapeutic Approach!!

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Photo credit: http://www.metiista.net/best-yoga-poses-for-beautiful-skin/ Trauma-Sensitive Yoga By Kate Jackson Social Work Today Vol. 14 No. 6 P. 8 It's no secret that yoga does wonders for the body and can calm the mind. And research continues to point to its power to help ameliorate various ailments such as hypertension, pain, and insomnia. Now, there's growing

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Confused about calcium and vitamin D?

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Calcium, Vitamin D, and Common Sense By Diane L. Schneider, MD, MSc Today’s Geriatric Medicine Vol. 6 No. 3 P. 14 Calcium and vitamin D are essential for older adults’ bone health, but how much is enough? Confused about calcium and vitamin D? You’re not alone. The recent media coverage on the topic has created a tremendous amount of confusion among

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Magnesium and Heart Disease: What’s the Link?

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  Magnesium and Heart Disease: What’s the Link? By Juliann Schaeffer Today’s Geriatric Medicine Vol. 6 No. 3 P. 30 Many physicians are accustomed to advising patients newly diagnosed with heart disease to lay off the cholesterol-laden salami on sandwiches and steer clear of full-fat dairy items loaded with saturated fat. But new research shows this

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