$1.92 Million Gift Funds Research to Study Integrative Medicine Practices for Pediatric Pain Management | Business

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Aug 22, 2022– Children’s Hospital Los Angeles has received a gift of $1.92 million from the Carl F. Braun Trust to support a three-year research study to measure the impact of using integrative medicine practices to treat children suffering from acute/chronic pain, as well as children who need palliative care. This press release … Read more

Youth mental health is in crisis. Are schools doing enough? | Lifestyles

CECILIA, Ky. (AP) — For fourth-grader Leah Rainey, the school day now begins with what her teacher calls an “emotional check-in.” “It’s great to see you. How are you feeling?” chirps a cheery voice on her laptop screen. It asks her to click an emoji matching her state of mind: Happy. Sad. Worried. Angry. Frustrated. … Read more

Tips For The Breastfeeding Mothers

If you are a new mother with diabetes, you might have concerns about whether you can breastfeed your baby or not. Well, the good news is that you can. Breast milk is proven to be the ultimate source of nutrition for the baby to kick start a healthy life. According to the American Diabetes Association, … Read more

Preventing obesity starts in the grocery aisle with food packaging

In 2018, Statistics Canada reported that nearly one in three Canadians were obese. Similar figures have been reported in Australia, but more concerning is the US, where over forty percent of the population is obese. ​​Buy Now | Our best subscription plan now has a special price Obesity is not the only diet-related illness to … Read more

This Ecuadorean city in the Andes has perfect weather — and you can retire there for as little as $1,500 a month

Bill and Dean Keyes and Chase and Saralee Squires separately say they have found the same retirement spot with perfect weather — temperatures in the upper 60s and low 70s year-round during the day and in the upper 40s at night during the winter (in this case , August and September). Their dream spot is … Read more

Experts analyze PCOS symptoms in women and recommend ways to manage them

PCOS is one of the most common lifestyle and hormonal disorders in women with reproductive age, affecting about 15% population worldwide. Unmanaged PCOS can lead to complications such as Type 2 Diabetes, obesity, infertility and many more. Yet, most women with PCOS are advised to either reduce weight or go on a pill to regularise … Read more

5 Reasons why Ginger shots are the ultimate health kick

Ginger shots are drinks made from highly focused amounts of ginger root and are said to help prevent illness and boost immunity. Even if shots aren’t your thing, these flavorful, nutrient-dense mini-doses offer a slew of health advantages. Getting a ginger shot first thing in the morning is a great way to get your body … Read more

Over the Past Decade, Person-First Language Was Used in Only About Half of Diabetes-Focused Articles and Fewer than 1% of Obesity Articles, Finds New Study | News

BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jun 5, 2022– Gelesis (NYSE: GLS), the maker of Plenity for weight management, presenting new findings about the role of language in obesity and diabetes scientific literature at the American Diabetes Association’s annual conference. The study sought to understand the extent to which person-first language, or language that identifies people as people as individuals … Read more

Microbiota Transplantation Demonstrates How Gut Bacteria Contributes to Weight Loss and Beneficial Metabolic Effects with Gelesis’ Proprietary Hydrogel | Business

BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jun 4, 2022– Gelesis (NYSE: GLS), the maker of Plenity for weight management, presenting new preclinical data showing weight loss and additional metabolic benefits in mice receiving a microbiota treated from another group of mice, transplant with one of the company’s proprietary hydrogels. These metabolic benefits occurred while both groups of mice, the donors … Read more

What Is Seed Cycling and Does It Actually Ease Period Problems?

But if your body produces too much or too little of each hormone, an imbalance occurs. This can manifest as a range of symptoms, the dietician Jessica Bippen, MS, RD says: heavy, missing, or irregular periods; bloating and weight gain; hormonal acne; frequent mood fluctuations and low libido; painful cramps; brain fog; and difficulty sleeping. … Read more