Lung cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer. One in every 16 people will be diagnosed with the disease in their lifetime, and a new diagnosis happens every two minutes. Anyone can develop lung cancer, but people who smoke or are exposed to secondhand smoke and other harmful substances are at a greater risk.
For some people, there’s more to physical health than the symptoms that can be understood by a medical doctor. Holistic wellness is important, and for some, that means consulting medical practitioners other than doctors and using methods like Reiki, acupuncture, and energy healing to diagnose and deal with ailments ranging from coughs and colds to more serious medical conditions like cancer, melanomas, and arthritis. While many people are skeptical, it never hurts to get a second opinion from someone who has helped other people in the past.
Did you know magnesium deficiency is considered a widespread health problem? Although poor nutrition might be the main reason for the deficiency, some say that the soil is depleted of magnesium due to new agriculture methods. Also, the chlorine and fluoride added to the water supply bind to magnesium making it less available in the water.
If you’re living with diabetes, explaining the disease to family and friends is hard enough, let alone explaining it to your employer. There’s no rule that enforces you to disclose your diabetes to your employer — unless your job requires a full medical examination — however, it might be a good idea, especially for your own health and safety.
There’s no cure for the common cold—there, we said it. There are so many articles and resources out there that are all promising to cure your cold faster as long as you use their patented remedies, or products, or follow their helpful advice. The truth is, there are some things that will help you get relief from the pain and frustration of symptoms, but there’s not much that you can do to get rid of a cold once it’s taken hold.
Although the statistics are chilling, we should feel fortunate because for all the women that are affected, there are an equal number who have been galvanized into action. Many foundations and fundraisers continue to pour money into the search for a cure and marshal their resources into supporting women who are either undergoing treatment or are in recovery. Many top fashion brands have gotten in on the action too, donating money and raising awareness of the cause through their products, especially during the month of October, which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.