There are hundreds of nutritional supplements on store shelves. Some brands have a mark on the bottle indicating the ingredients are natural. Others carry a symbol that the product has been verified by a lab. But how does the consumer know if the supplement is good or not? Health Briefs TV reviews the good and […]Read More →
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Yoga is helping nearly everyone who tries it manage chronic symptoms and heal psychological wounds. Health Briefs TV reviews the benefits of yoga. Anxiety disorders, depression and post-traumatic distress are the most common psychological illnesses in the country. They affect about 40 million adults. Medical experts estimate that these illnesses will become the second […]Read More →
Healthy brains keep us moving, thinking, feeling and living as we age. Health Briefs TV shares some suggestions for keeping the brain active and well throughout life. Medical studies have proven that older people with less cognitive decline participate in activities which keep their brains healthy. Keep being physically active. A study of […]Read More →
Everybody is affected by stress no matter their age. Health Briefs TV offers readers tip on how senior can reduce stress. Stress is felt in many ways by different people. Some experience it as a migraine and others as stiff shoulders and necks. Others are prone to high blood pressure or stomach distress. No matter […]Read More →
Colorectal cancer is cancer of the colon or rectum. It is the second leading cause of death from cancer in the United States. More than 130,000 people are diagnosed with it every year and it kills about 50,000 people every year. Health Briefs TV reminds readers of what to know. March is National […]Read More →
A new eating disorder has been noted and it affects a great many women. Health Briefs TV defines what B.E.D. is and how to beat it. Binge eating affects millions of women and some men. The most recent version of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders reports that Binge Eating Disorder affects […]Read More →
Some level of hearing loss will affect one billion teens and young adults, according to the World Health Organization. Health Briefs TV shares tips on how to prevent it now before these young people or anyone else loses their hearing for good. Ask anyone you know who uses hearing aids if they can hear […]Read More →