There’s a lot going on in healthcare news this week! I have put together a handful of trending health topics to assist you in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Here are a few health articles for this week:
A woman’s 30sare a thriving point in her life; she has a booming career, she’s may be married, and she may have children. Being so busy, some women often let health and wellness fall to the wayside. But the way you take care of your health in your 30ssets the stage for decades to come.
We all know that saturated fats are bad for our health. But a new study has found that eating good fats, such as olive oil, can cut one’s risk of death by almost 30 percent. Learn more about the different types of fat and which good fats you should be incorporating in to your diet.
Every year women set up appointments for routine gynecologist visits. And every year women dread going to it. It can be nerve-wracking and uncomfortable. Well, a new governmental task force says that there is no evidence proving that routine pelvic exams are necessary for healthy women of reproductive age.
Man’s best friend, loyal companion, cancer sniffing expert? Yes, we are talking about dogs. We’ve heard of leader dogs and even behavior dogs, but now these lovable canines are being trained to sniff out cancer! There’s no doubt that dogs have an impeccable sense of smell, so why not put it to good use?
In a tech-filled world, more healthcare professional are going electronic when it comes to providing patient care. Not only have their records gone electronic, but even their visits are done via computer! This allows patients practically immediate access to health advice from the comforts of their own home.
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