Today, a report from a panel of the nation’s top nutrition experts urged Americans to adopt healthier eating habits and reduce the sodium they eat.

Clarissa Garcia, American Heart Association shared a link with me today on a report regarding salt intake and the primary take home message is, ” It described a healthy eating pattern as rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, fish/seafood, legumes, and nuts; moderate in non- and low-fat dairy products and alcohol; lower in red and processed meats; and low in sugar-sweetened foods and beverages and refined grains (i.e., grains that are stripped of some of their nutrients and thus are not whole grains).”

More Americans Using Yoga, Fish Oil, Probiotics for Health Alicia Ault February 10, 2015

Americans’ love affair with yoga may be more than just a passing fad. New data from the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) show that from 2002 to 2012, the use of yoga doubled among adults.

Is it just privacy threat from mhealth apps or even the fear to, get judged with all sorts of illnesses that may not treat but sure leave with you a mental stressful condition!

mhealthPrivacy concerns are the biggest barrier to mHealth market, survey finds

Associated with healthcare, i could learn spanish , which helps all clinicians to decode the latin and greek we have in medicine language, if we can call it one. in simple works it is something a common, let me correct, a normal man cannot understand.

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