Category: Other Health and Wellness Topics

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Fractals, The Golden Ratio and Your Health (part II)

Summary: In the second part of Fractals, the Golden Ratio and Your Health, we will explore in greater detail how fractals are not only models of growth and maintenance but may shed light as to what is optimal health. The human experience requires proper function of a series of […]

6 Ways to Protect Yourself From Pneumonia

By Christopher M. CIRINO, DO MPH Your Health Forum Sir William Osler, one of the founders of modern medicine, used to refer to pneumonia as “the Captain of the men of death” and “friend to the aged”, relating to the often acute precipitation of death, “protecting them from […]

Atrial Fibrillation: When can it be the Tip of an Iceberg?

The heart is the center of our circulatory system and its function affects the state of health of the rest of the body. When the movements in the atria (top chambers) becomes erratic, as in atrial fibrillation, the blood is not propelled efficiently, resulting in decreased output and […]

Neuroscience Recent Discoveries: tetraplegic man learns to walk with robotic exoskeleton

The brain and body are completely tied into each other by our nervous system. The exoskeleton is controlled by brain signals generated by implanted epidural sensor. The brain can still be employed to direct an external system, even though the links may have been severed by an […]

In a Nutshell: Protect Your Brain!

Let’s say you want to keep vibrant and stay vigorous. You really can prevent or slow the changes of aging on your brain. Think about where there is room to improve regarding your health and behaviors. Don’t set it off until later – that time will never come. […]

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