Monthly Archives: May 2015

Listen to Your Heart Lest it Shout Back

80 million people in the USA have some form of heart disease. How do doctors know if heart disease is brewing in a patient? Your doctor shares test results with you, right? She or he probably focused on high or … Continue reading

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How Allergies Help the Rivals Win

Whether you are a coach or parent of kids in sports, allergy season is coming. Plant life will soon shamelessly reproduce and there will be plagues of sneezing, watery, itchy eyes, post nasal drip and grogginess. Oops – game OFF! … Continue reading

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Every cell knows if we’re sleeping.

This is how basic sleep is to our bodies. Every cell knows when we get some zzzz’s. I’ve thought a lot about an article I read in the June 4, 2012 issue of Chemical and Engineering News about disrupted Circadian … Continue reading

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What makes a good sports drink?

This month, my readers have a new way to consider good choices in sports drinks. Do they need a sports drink at all? If we do need a sports drink how do we choose? I make my decision based on … Continue reading

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Listen to Your Heart Lest it Shout Back.

80 million people in the USA have some form of heart disease. How do doctors know if heart disease is brewing in a patient? Your doctor shares test results with you, right? She or he probably focused on high or … Continue reading

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