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Are You Prepared for What You’ll Find When You Visit Your Parents this Holiday Season?

By   /  November 27, 2013  /  Community  /   Comments

Tweet Warning Signs that a Person Needs Daily Assistance & Tips for Planning for It by Chris Orestis The holidays and their aftermath are the busiest time of year for long-term care admissions, says expert Chris Orestis. “Between Thanksgiving and Christmas, families get together and many are seeing Mom and/or Dad for the first time [...]

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High hormone levels put young black males at risk for cardiovascular disease

By   /  December 7, 2012  /  Health  /   Comments

Tweet Special to the Journal AUGUSTA, Ga. – Increased levels of the hormone c in young black males correlate with an unhealthy chain of events that starts with retaining too much salt and results in an enlarged heart muscle, researchers say.

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The power of Coenzyme Q 10

By   /  May 6, 2012  /  Nature's Cure, Opinion  /  Comments Off

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Tweet     Coenzyme Q 10  or CO Q 10 is something you have probably heard of or may be taking. CO Q 10 is a powerful antioxidant that makes energy for your body by sparking the production of the energy molecule ATP (adenosine triphosphate), which is required by every cell in your body in [...]

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What is an Esthetician?

By   /  March 23, 2012  /  Nature's Cure  /  Comments Off

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Tweet By Jessica Harris   My name is Jessica Harris, and I am skin therapist, makeup artist, and certified esthetician. You may ask, “What is an esthetician?” Simply put, it is someone skilled theory of beauty and artistic expression, and trained in giving facials and other beauty treatments. Are you suffering with a skin problem, [...]

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What is HCG?

By   /  February 20, 2012  /  Nature's Cure, Opinion  /  Comments Off

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Tweet   By now pretty much everyone has heard of the HCG diet and knows at least one person who has successfully lost weight using it. HCG stands for Human Chorionic Gonadotropin. It’s a hormone that’s only present in early pregnancy. Its function is to get the fertilized egg to implant in the uterus walls [...]

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Far- Infrared Sauna; the Warmth of the Sun

By   /  January 30, 2012  /  Nature's Cure, Opinion  /  Comments Off

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Tweet   What is Far-Infrared heat? Infrared light is part of the sun’s invisible spectrum. One of Far-Infrared light’s characteristics is the ability to easily penetrate human tissue. When this happens, it creates a natural resonance, which has many beneficial properties. The Far-Infrared heat (FIR light waves) penetrates your skin, giving you that wonderful natural [...]

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County health departments now offering vaccine that prevents shingles

By   /  January 16, 2012  /  Health, Press Releases  /  Comments Off

Tweet     Written by Carolyn Maschke   A vaccine recommended for people 60 and older to prevent shingles is now available at Southwest District’s 14 county health departments. “The older a person is, the more severe the effects of shingles typically are,” Southwest Health District Director Dr. Jacqueline Grant said. “The National Centers for [...]

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REGISTRATION OPEN FOR 2012 FAITH AND HEALTH SUMMIT

By   /  January 9, 2012  /  Press Releases  /  Comments Off

Tweet     Special to the Journal   The Georgia Department of Public Health (Cardiovascular Health Initiative, Nutrition and Physical Activity Initiative, Tobacco Use Prevention Program) welcomes Pastors, Faith-based Wellness Leaders, Parrish Nurses, Community Educators and others who are interested in working with the faith community to improve health to the 4th Annual “Changing Faith, [...]

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Energize Yourself with D-Ribose

By   /  January 6, 2012  /  Health, Nature's Cure, Opinion  /   Comments

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Tweet     D-Ribose is a special sugar made in your body that does not come from food. It helps relieve fatigue, soreness, and stiffness after exercise. Sugars we are familiar with are table sugar (sucrose), corn sugar (glucose), milk sugar (lactose), honey (mostly fructose) and others are used by the body as fuel. These [...]

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Smaller sibling protein calls the shots in cell division

By   /  January 4, 2012  /  Health, Press Releases  /  Comments Off

Tweet     Special to the Journal   Scientists have found at least one instance when the smaller sibling gets to call the shots and cancer patients may one day benefit. The protein Chk1 has long been known to be a checkpoint in cell development: it keeps normal cells and damaged cells from dividing until [...]

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