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Are there fat burning foods? | Health Fitness Nutrition

Are there fat burning foods? | Health Fitness Nutrition | Health | Scoop.it
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There are no fat burning foods.Only way to burn fat is exercise.No other easy way to do so.

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Obesity can associeted with flat foot and with meny health problems | Health Fitness Nutrition

Obesity can associeted with flat foot and with meny health problems | Health Fitness Nutrition | Health | Scoop.it
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Obese people are more prone to get flat foot and that leads to many health problems in feet and ankles.

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How to take medicine properly. | Health And Fitness Guide

How to take medicine properly. | Health And Fitness Guide | Health | Scoop.it
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When a doctor prescribe a medicine to a patient , he usually gives some instructions how to take them .But majority of patients don't properly follow the instructions and they don't know the importance of those instructions.

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Antioxidants Save Your Life by Many Hazards | Health And Fitness Guide

Antioxidants Save Your Life by Many Hazards | Health And Fitness Guide | Health | Scoop.it
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If there are no antioxidants ,you will get several cancers every day

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Passive smoking is equally harmful as smoking | Health And Fitness Guide

Passive smoking is equally harmful as smoking | Health And Fitness Guide | Health | Scoop.it
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passive smoking or second hand smoking is inhalation of tobacco smoke from environment unintentional.Usually this happen when a cigaret smoker smoke ,he pollute the air ,and then someone else inhale that polluted without there knowledge.

Do you know that active smoker inhale less toxic air than passive smoker?

 

Usually cigaret contain a filter which filter many toxic product of the cigaret smoke.So cigaret smoker inhale filtered cigaret smoke which contain less toxins.But people around him inhale the polluted air without a filter and they contain more toxin.Even though they diluted with the surrounding air, when someone ,who don't smoke live long time with a active smoker, he may inhale more toxic air than the active smoker ,and may have higher chance of getting complications of smoking ,like lung cancer . So if you are a smoker don't smoke when you are with your family or some one else who don't smoke.

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Scientific Method Of Weight Reduction. | Health And Fitness Guide

Scientific Method Of Weight Reduction. | Health And Fitness Guide | Health | Scoop.it
There are hundreds of article about weight reduction method available in the internet,but only few describe the science behind them and this is a one of the few.
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Main reason for obesity is that our fat storage can expand interminably .But unfortunately when it expand ,it is very difficult t collapse it back to normal size and maintain in that size.This is a basic guide about how to overcome obesity overweight
#obesity #overweight

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Black Color Undergarments Can Leads To Male subfertility | Health And Fitness Guide

Black Color Undergarments Can Leads To Male subfertility | Health And Fitness Guide | Health | Scoop.it
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 A couple is considered as sub-fertile , when they fail to conceive after one year of regular, unprotected sexual intercourse. There are many factors affecting the fertility of a couple ,and they can be female factors ,male factors or combination of them .There are many causes for male  subfertility like drugs,toxins ,alcohol ,smoking ,diabetes and many other . But many people don't aware that heat also a one common cause for males infertility . Of many ways of expose males to higher heat ,wearing dark color boxers and improper use  of laptop are common and preventable.
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Noise induced hearing loss due to frequent use of audio divices. | Health And Fitness Guide

Noise induced hearing loss due to frequent use of audio divices. | Health And Fitness Guide | Health | Scoop.it
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 Noise induce hearing loss was a uncommon condition among young people until recent past ,and t was common among elderly people ,who worked in noisy environment for long period of time.But now it become less commoner among elderly people ,as there awareness and use of protective devises ,and becoming common among young people, as high pitch audio devices becoming popular.
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How much sugar is hiding in your food?

How much sugar is hiding in your food? | Health | Scoop.it
Dr Michael Mosley investigates the 'hidden' sugar that's added to everyday food and drink and why we shouldn't eat too much of the sweet stuff

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Florida researchers test theory that physical exercise aids mental health

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Science tells us that exercise can make us smarter. But is it the exercise or a placebo effect that's improving our minds?

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Six Mistakes Doctors Make Online

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Doctors make lots of mistakes navigating the world of social media. And for good reason: few of us have been trained to understand the tools, let alone the rules, of public life. I’ve been connecting with doctors as long as social networks have been available. Here are a some mistakes (and a few solutions) I’ve seen:

Believing that you’re a clinic, not a person. While @SameDayLapBand might seem like the best way to build your practice, it overlooks what human engagement is about. The patients who might hire you for their surgery are more likely to respond to a person than a clinic. When choosing how you position yourself on social platforms, be yourself – not a building or a procedure. Build your identity around your name. You’ll be more believable and real.

Carrying the expectation of immediate results. As doctors, we’re impatient. We like immediate results. Unfortunately, human relationships take time to build and the benefits of those relationships take even longer. Creating value with what you share on a social network is a long-term career play. Just like you wouldn’t show up at a cocktail party and expect to have patients filling your reception area the next day, the return on investment in public engagement takes time. Hang in there and look for benefits after months, not days.

Assuming that online is different from offline. The line between our online and in-person existence is becoming harder to identify. Online is where everybody starts when they want to understand someone. Build a great digital footprint (what people see and understand about you when they search online) and take that presence as seriously as you take the way you look and behave in the clinic.

Failing to complete public profiles. So you don’t have a digital footprint? No problem. Just own and complete your public profiles on sites like LinkedIn and Yelp. These are sites that allow you to show all of your vital statistics and history. They should be the core of your digital footprint. Complete, polish, and maintain your presence on these sites and you’ll be off to a great start. Don’t forget a great headshot, with a full bio, and make sure your work history is up to date.

Obsessing about negative reviews. Spend less time worrying about that negative comment on Angie’s List. Instead, work to garner great comments. Remember that the solution to pollution is dilution – let the good stuff drown out what you may not like. Have your check out staff politely remind patients to comment and rate their experience.

Not making things. Twitter and Facebook are great for conversation, but you need stuff that’s searchable and will last. Create a video or write a compelling blog post for your local hospital or a blog you like. This type of enduring content will be available to those who search you. Twitter, not so much. Expect it to become scarce after a couple of weeks.

 


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Health Assignment; Managing Sickle Cell Disease

Managing Sickle cell disease can be a painful experience for a family and financially draining, owing to the many emergencies and hospital stays that sicklers have to go through. On the Health...
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DOCS: Obesity: A Deadly Risk (Body Image)

DOCS: Obesity: A Deadly Risk (Body Image) SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/Oc61Hj We upload a new incredible video every weekday. Subscribe to our YouTube channel so...
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Abs workout without cardio is Effective less. | Health Fitness Nutrition

Abs workout without cardio is Effective less. | Health Fitness Nutrition | Health | Scoop.it
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Having a six pack is a dream of many young people and do heard work out to achieve that.While some people do exercises to improve generalize appearance others just try to build six pack or get rid of belly fat.Will abs workout alone will help to get rid of belly fat ?

It's not going to work ,unless you are slim individual who don't have much deposited fat.

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Exercises To Grow Taller. | Health Fitness Nutrition

Exercises To Grow Taller. | Health Fitness Nutrition | Health | Scoop.it
Some people doing exercises to change there height .Are there exercises that can change your height?
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Are there any exercises that can grow you taller?

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Obesiy and back pain | Health And Fitness Guide

Obesiy and back pain | Health And Fitness Guide | Health | Scoop.it
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Abdominal obesity is one of a major reason for chin back pain.And the is no treatment for that other than loosing weight.

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Health Benefits of High Fiber Diet | Health And Fitness Guide

Health Benefits of High Fiber Diet | Health And Fitness Guide | Health | Scoop.it
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High fiber diet will help to keep your Dr away from you.

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More than 40% of all cancers are preventable. | Health And Fitness Guide

More than 40% of all cancers are preventable. | Health And Fitness Guide | Health | Scoop.it
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Many people fear to get a cancer than many other fatal illness like hypertension ,diabetes mellitus ,obesity ,hypercholesterolemia . The main  reason may be that many cancer deaths are happened following painful suffering .

 

Do you know that more than 40% cancers are preventable?

 

Cancer is caused by damaged to DNA ,which is a chemical structure that has all the instruction to tell our cells what to do.This damage can happened by many ways . Few examples are environmental factors ,genetic factors ,chemicals ,UV lights ,infection by certain viruses ,pressure . This damage build over time , and if the damage involve the DNA instructions for cell division ,then the cells start to divide uncontrollably ,result cancer.

 Even though some of the factors are out of our control ,like genetic factors ,many other factors can altered by our selves ,and getting rid of the risk.Few of those alterable factors are

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More than 40% of all cancers are preventable. | Health And Fitness Guide

More than 40% of all cancers are preventable. | Health And Fitness Guide | Health | Scoop.it
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Many people fear to get a cancer than many other fatal illness like hypertension ,diabetes mellitus ,obesity ,hypercholesterolemia . The reason may be that many cancer deaths are happened following painful suffering .

 

Do you know that more than 40% cancers are preventable?

 

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Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) | Health And Fitness Guide

Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) | Health And Fitness Guide | Health | Scoop.it

http://www.healthandfitnesguide.com/2014/12/you-may-suffering-from-easily.html

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Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) is a recently developed problem ,that occurring among people who work with computers for more than  tree to four hours per day.Many office workers ,students ,computer game addicted people spends ten to twelve hours per day with computers . Even though it has no long term effect on eyes (Not yet found) it affect the day to life on many people .Some people suffering from the symptoms of CVS ,but unfortunately they don't know ,and some people even taking treatment for migraine not knowing that there headache is due to CVS and not due to  migraine

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Content Ideas for Your Healthcare Blog

Content Ideas for Your Healthcare Blog | Health | Scoop.it

I recently shared with you 7 reasons that healthcare professionals should blog, followed by a beginner’s guide to starting a blog. If you followed my advice and have set up a blog, you are now ready to start publishing content. Today’s article offers 25 content ideas suitable for any healthcare blog. These suggestions are designed for those of you who are just starting to blog and also for those who may already be blogging but find you are running out of ideas.

Before you begin, take a few moments to read the following tips which will help you create and maintain a consistently good blog.

Keep an ideas file someplace you can easily access whenever inspiration strikes.  Google Docs, Dropbox and Evernote work across a range of platforms. Whenever you have an idea for a future post, add it to the file.Don’t use cheesy stock photos on your blog. Build up a photo library by using your own photographs and by finding suitable creative commons images.Always have a goal in mind when you write a blog post. Do you want to inspire, inform, or entertain your reader? Then write content accordingly.Know exactly who you are writing for. Figure out your ideal reader and write content that is relevant and valuable for them.Add a call to action to each blog post.Keep your blog varied and interesting by using multi-media such as eye-catching graphics, videos, podcasts, and slideshow presentations.Write blog posts in bulk and use your blog's scheduler to post. 

So now you’re ready to begin writing blog posts. Here are 25 ideas to get you started.

#1 Share Facts About A Medical Condition

What kind of questions do your patients or clients most frequently ask about a specific medical condition? Compile a list of these frequently asked questions and answer them on your blog.

#2 Curate Content

Creating original content is time and resource intensive.  Curation helps you provide your audience with relevant, high quality information on a regular basis without sacrificing your time and resources. Don’t rely on curation alone; curated content is designed to complement your content creation plan—not replace it. 

#3 Announce A New Product or Service

Are you rolling out a new program, product or service? Write a blog post to introduce it and highlight its features and benefits for patients, clients, and other users.

#4 Update Readers On Industry Trends

Healthcare is constantly changing and evolving. Can you predict or comment on the latest healthcare trend? Readers will enjoy learning about it through your blog, particularly if you share your own unique perspective. Set up Google Alerts to keep updated on emerging trends in your industry to provide the latest information for your readers. 

#5 Create A Readers' Poll

There are several online tools you can use to create a readers' poll. If you have a WordPress.com site, then you’ve got Polldaddy polls already built in. You can create, manage, and see results for all of your polls directly in your WordPress.com dashboard. If you use a WordPress.org install on your self-hosted site, install the Polldaddy WordPress.org plugin. Use it to get a snapshot of readers’ attitudes to health topics like vaccination, screening, complementary therapy, mental health – the list is endless. Publish a follow-on post with your findings.

#6 Write About A Day In The Life 

Write about a typical day in your working life as a healthcare professional. Be careful not to write about specific patients or to commit any breaches of privacy or confidentiality.

#7 Plan Posts Around Events And Seasons

Use an editorial calendar to track seasonal, cultural and industry events and write a blog post which fits the theme, for example, "How To Eat Healthily During The Holiday Season".  Check out Twitter's #ownthemoment tool for inspiration. 

#8 Share The Latest Medical Research

Have you been to a conference recently where you learned about new medical research? Or read about the latest research in your favorite medical journal?  Let your readers know about it through your blog. Make sure you provide full references and link to online publications.

#9 Add A Screencast  

A screencast is a video screen capture with audio narration. Create a screencast to demonstrate a health how-to tutorial for your patients.

#10 Promote Health Events

Whether you are running an event, speaking, or exhibiting at it, use your blog to build pre-event interest. Can you offer readers a special code for purchasing tickets at a reduced rate via your blog?

#11 Embed A Slidedeck

After the event, embed a slidedeck of your presentation on your blog using SlideShare. 

#12 Provide An Event Summary 

Put together a blog summary of conference or event highlights. You can use a tool like Storify to capture tweets. 

#13 Have A Reader Share A Personal Story

Ask your readers to submit a story of their healthcare experience. 

#14 Create A Healthcare Infographic

Infographics can help your audience absorb healthcare information at a glance and they are ideal for sharing across multiple social media platforms.

#15 Invite A Guest Blogger

Ask a colleague to write a guest blog on an area of their expertise.

#16 Interview A Healthcare Professional

Choose a respected healthcare professional and interview them for your blog. Alternatively, contact several experts in your field and have them answer a question: Take all the answers and turn them into one big blog post.

#17 Write About A Trending Topic

Provide your unique perspective on a trending topic. There are lots of ways to find out what's "hot right now" online including Google Trends, Twitter.com/Search and Reddit.com. 

#18 Update Old Posts 

Check your blog's analytics to see the most popular blog posts you've written. Can you expand on these to include new research or thinking? Perhaps the content can be turned into an infographic or a poll. Alternatively highlight the most popular in a best-of post. 

#19 Write A Review

Review a book, product or service relevant to your readers.

#20 Record A Podcast Or Video

Mix things up by recording a podcast or video relevant to your blog's theme and topic. 

#21 Provide A Weekly Round-Up Of Healthcare News 

Gather the week's healthcare news into a round-up post. Provide links, attribute sources and add your own commentary. 

#22 Compile Lists

Numbered style lists posts are always popular and highly shareable. You could write a top 10 symptoms list, provide a glossary of medical terms. Make it simple, interesting and easy to share. Use a tool like Listly to create your lists and embed them on your blog. 

#23 Create A Healthcare ‘Hack’ Post

A hack is a list of workarounds for a common problem or issues. Is there a healthcare hack you can share with readers? Or why not ask your readers to share theirs? People love to share their tips and often patients have the best hacks to learn from. 

#24  Find Inspiration In Readers' Comments

Readers’ comments can be rich ground for new blog posts. Don’t restrict yourself to just your own blog. Check the comments on other popular blogs in your industry and discussion threads on health-related LinkedIn or Facebook groups. What are people talking about? What questions do they have? What could they use more information on?

#25 Start/Join A Health Blog Carnival

A blog carnival is a themed collection of links to other blog posts. It is a great way to connect with other bloggers and also to drive traffic to your own blog. Either start your own or participate in one that’s running.

 


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I am a health writer so I loved this article. Great for those just starting out or those who are up and writing. Full of ways to find ideas for your article and new approaches to health writing its worth a look.

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Could running be the elixir of youth?

Could running be the elixir of youth? | Health | Scoop.it
New research suggests running may slow down the ageing process, but a Sydney academic urges caution.

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How Exercising Helps You Get More Done

How Exercising Helps You Get More Done | Health | Scoop.it

"A lot of people don’t work out. In fact, not only do they not work out, they barely move at all. A typical workday for many consists of waking up, sitting in the car on the way to work, sitting at a desk at work, sitting in the car on the way home, sitting on the couch watching television, and then going to bed."

 

As you might guess, this isn’t a great way to live. But before you tell me you don’t have time for exercise, I’m going to share an important truth with you. Not only do you have time to exercise, exercise actually makes you more productive. It’s a no-brainer, must-do for entrepreneurs, career warriors, and anybody else who wants to get more done.


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NICE: Weight loss ops 'good for obesity-linked diabetes' - BBC News

NICE: Weight loss ops 'good for obesity-linked diabetes' - BBC News | Health | Scoop.it
People diagnosed with diabetes linked to obesity should be assessed for weight loss surgery, according to updated NHS guidelines.
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Steps to Prevent Childhood Obesity

Steps to Prevent Childhood Obesity | Health | Scoop.it
It is no secret that obesity is now affecting our youth in epidemic proportions. Everywhere you turn there are...
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