Can Music affect Concentration?

  Many of us mothers have been nagging our  teenagers to turn off their music while they are studying. We presume that they are not concentrating. So the million dollar question……Does music affect concentration while doing tasks?   That question has been the focus of studies and articles, to  answer the question, and  also investigate which type of music could

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Vitamins for Kids

Children’s Vitamins With all of the information floating around the media today about the importance of nutrition, more and more people are turning to supplements and vitamins to make up the difference of their fast processed food diets.   But do our children also need vitamins supplementation to make up for the differences in their diet?   Lets get one

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Diagnosis of Chickenpox

Typically chickenpox does not require any medical tests in order to diagnose. The symptoms of chickenpox are usually distinctive enough and can be distinguished from other conditions and rashes.(New Health advisor, 2015) “You can be pretty sure that it is chickenpox if there are the key symptoms of a mild fever followed by an itchy rash, with blisters and scabs”

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Making wise food choices

Making Wise Food Choices College students are faced with many different challenges in their freshman and sophomore year, not the least of which is how to make wise lifestyle choices. Much research has gone into the “freshman 15”, or the common five to 7 pounds of weight that most college freshmen add to their waistline.   Some theorize that the

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Bulimia and heart disease

Bulimia and heart disease Bulimia is also called bulimia nervosa and is characterized by recurrent episodes of binge eating followed by efforts to prevent weight gain such as self-induced vomiting, laxatives, medications, fasting or extreme exercise. Other characteristics include depression, constipation, fatigue, dehydration, irregular heartbeat and damaged teeth and gums from repeated vomiting.   It can sometimes be difficult to

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Freshman 15

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“Freshman 15” is the well-known phenomenon of weight gain for most college freshman during their first semester attending a college or university. It seems that college freshmen are most susceptible to gaining weight in their first semester of their college experience. Professors and researchers attribute this to a severe lifestyle change from growing up at home.   Many people look

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Snacking and Studying

  Staying up late, studying till dawn and then racing to take your final exam or get in those final pages of your paper before your professor’s deadline, is a common occurrence on a college campus. Trying to eat a healthy diet while staying awake at night and not gaining weight seems to be a never ending struggle for most

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