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Eye risk from 'overstretched NHS'
NHS is struggling to keep up because of a "perfect storm" of increased demand, caused by more eye disease in an ageing population which requires requiring long term care. [...] Hospital attendances have increased year on year in the UK, with over 100m outpatient appointments made in England alone during 2013-14, of which nearly 10% are for eye care. Common eye conditions which were previously untreatable, such as age-related macular degeneration, can now be treated successfully, but this adds to the demand on eye clinics. [...] With an increase of up to 30% in eye clinic attendances over the last five years, we can no longer ignore the pressure mounting in hospital eye services. //
ageing  population  sick  population  health  crisis  diabetes  heart  disease  diet-related  disease  chronic  disease  babyboomers  ageing  premature  ageing  Standard  American  Diet  Western  pattern  NHS  Simon  Stevens  George  Osborne  Jeremy  Hunt  Oxidative  stress  prevention  intervention  GP  health  care  budget  health  care  cost  health  care  spending  OAP  NHS  austerity  health  care  cost 
march 2016 by asterisk2a
Chaotic lives and ethical dilemmas: inside the hospital liver ward | Society | The Guardian
Hepatologists in Southampton are seeing more young, middle-class and female alcoholics – some even in their teens [...] Half of Wright’s liver patients are not drinkers. He sees obese patients with fatty liver disease and cirrhosis, and those with viral hepatitis. But the drinkers are addicted and it is hard for the NHS to sort them out. //&! The secret alcohol liaison nurse's diary: 'Cuts are having a devastating impact' - - We receive multiple referrals where clients have an underlying alcohol-related mental health problem. //&! How the NHS saved my life: I spent my 20s playing Russian roulette with alcohol - //&! >> With budgets tight and lifestyle diseases burgeoning, the NHS will not be saved until the vested interests ranged against it are taken on << Sugar Tax, Minimum Alcohol Unit Pricing, Animal Product Tax, Fast Food/Food Chain Tax, Processed/Engineered Food Tax -
liver  disease  non-alcoholic  fatty  liver  disease  Alcohol  abuse  alcoholism  binge  drinking  coping  mechanism  well  being  chronic  stress  chronic  low-grade  inflammation  NHS  sick  population  diet-related  disease  chronic  diseases  health  crisis  health  care  health  care  budget  health  care  spending  self-medication  addiction  substance  abuse  food  abuse  drug  abuse  Lad  culture  subculture  culture  UK  binge  eating  Entertainment  Escapeism  distraction  Oxidative  stress  stress  mental  health  work  life  balance  A&E  public  health  policy  public  health  Sugar  Tax  vested  interest  interest  groups  lobbyist  lobby  Lobbying  Politics  Meat  Industry  fast  food  Chain  junk  food  food  engineering  food  prices  carcinogen  carcinogenic 
january 2016 by asterisk2a
You searched for COPD |
diatary intervention in COPD patients. higher antioxidant intake = less oxidative stress = stopping or even reversing lung function decline. // people like to absolve themselves from their problems, 'I can't do anything about this.' - - cancer, overweight, obesity, sedentary. // its the same saying you are not a racist and actually being an anti-racist. meaning you are going on the street, activism, talking about racism
COPD  chronic  diseases  diet-related  disease  lifestyle  western  society  western  world  cancer  pre-diabetic  diabetes  obesity  epidemic  obesity  childhood  obesity  childhood  child  abuse  prevention  intervention  anti-inflammatory  diet  Oxidative  stress  antioxidant  medical  care  medical  profession  NHS  health  care  health  care  budget  lifestyle  medicine  sedentary  lifestyle  active  lifestyle  western  lifestyle  health  care  spending  health  crisis  metabolic  syndrome  heart  disease  prostate  cancer  inflammatory  bowel  disease  chronic  low-grade  inflammation  inflammation  pattern  diet  Standard  American  Dietary  Fiber  diet  cholesterol  western  diet  Whole-Food  Plant-Based  Vegan  Arthritis  IBS 
january 2016 by asterisk2a
'Mad Friday': Christmas revellers given alcohol warning - BBC News
The last weekend before the Christmas holiday could see alcohol-fuelled emergencies increase by up to 50%, officials believe. Alcohol sales across December could reach £2.3bn, health campaigners say. Public Health England has urged people to join its "Dry January" campaign to give up alcohol in the new year. According to figures from Public Health England and Alcohol Concern, alcohol sales in pubs, clubs, restaurants and hotels across the UK increased by 142% on the final Friday before Christmas last year. [...] "A period of abstinence could help encourage less harmful, better drinking habits in the long-term - even six months later, evidence from Dry January shows that more than two-thirds of participants are still drinking less. "As the festive season continues, we're urging people to take a break and get their 2016 off to a positive start by signing up for Dry January."
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december 2015 by asterisk2a
Addiction and Depression - Have You Considered This? - YouTube
What are you running from? // the tip of the iceberg is off-label use of prescription drugs (Modafinil) for narcolepsy, ADHD and other conditions that give you the kick to focus ... on work. // Work to keep up with the Jonse's. // taking is time consuming. vs giving // commodification of human as resource, exchangable resource via capitalism // Love & Community // Do what ever it takes to get you through the day. // Good for the collective. // Coffee as gateway drug. // give everything up for success, use every thing for success // honor your needs! //
food  addiction  substance  abuse  food  engineering  orthorexia  psychology  Psychiatry  food  industry  junk  food  mental  health  well  being  happiness  index  chronic  stress  environment  tobacco  drug  abuse  binge  drinking  Legal  Highs  stress  Oxidative  stress  fast  food  Alain  de  Botton  Politics  Positioning  marketing  advertising  messaging  food  poverty  Escapeism  Dopamine  self-medication  distraction  anxiety  Precariat  WHO  lobbyist  lobby  Lobbying  public  health  policy  public  health  sick  population  productivity  health  crisis  burnout  Coffee  4-day  work  week  6-hour  work  day  status  symbol  status  anxiety  materialism  zombie  consumer  consumerist  consumerism  capitalism  crony  capitalism  shared  economic  interest  Shift  intellectual  self-actualization  self-awareness  self-regulation  self-respect  Self-esteem  child  abuse  pre-diabetic  metabolic  syndrome  diabetes  endocrine  system  addiction  alcohol  abuse  processed  food  community  Social  Media  Selbstdarstellung  Selbstfürsorge  empathy  compassion  Porn  pornography  Selfie  selfish  gene  vulnerability  radical  honesty  feminism  feminist  everyday  sexism  sexism  sexismus  commuting  mobile  phone  mobile  homescreen  Big  Society  celebrity  culture  of  You  celebrity  Succes 
october 2015 by asterisk2a
Mindfulness has huge health potential – but McMindfulness is no panacea | Jon Kabat-Zinn | Comment is free | The Guardian
[ you own only your thoughts, emotions and health (fitness) ] [ you have to function ] Mindfulness is often misunderstood – so let us be clear about what we are encouraging. In essence, mindfulness – being about attention, awareness, relationality, and caring – is a universal human capacity akin to our capacity for language acquisition. It is a way of being in wise and purposeful relationship with one’s experience, both inwardly and outwardly, with oneself and with others. Thus there is an intrinsic social dimension to its cultivation as well. It usually involves cultivating familiarity and intimacy with aspects of everyday experience that we often take for granted.
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october 2015 by asterisk2a
Cholesterol and Alzheimer’s disease - YouTube
>> medical profession may come around: what is bad for your arteries and heart is bad for your brain as new research shows. cholesterol levels do play role/correlate with "Cerebral amyloid angiopathy"/beta-amyloid formation in the brain aka brain plaques. After all, its a build up of the arteries in our brain (brain consists mostly of fat) "Cerebral amyloid angiopathy is a neurological condition in which proteins called amyloid build up on the walls of the arteries in the brain. The condition increases the risk of hemorrhagic stroke and dementia." - // And prevention is better than cure because cognitive function starts to be lost early on before medical/personal detection of the condition. // LDL cholestero may be able to cross blood brain barrier. Like the leaky gut thing (induced by consumption of animal products). //
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october 2015 by asterisk2a
Chemistry Nobel: Lindahl, Modrich and Sancar win for DNA repair - BBC News
Their work uncovered the mechanisms used by cells to repair damaged DNA - a fundamental process in living cells and important in cancer. [...] DNA is open to an onslaught of different phenomena that can generate defects in our genomes. UV radiation and molecules known as free radicals can cause damage. Furthermore, defects can arise when DNA is copied during cell division - a process that occurs millions of times each day in our bodies. "Cigarette smoke contains small reactive chemicals, which bind to the DNA and prevent it from being replicated properly - so they are mutagens. And once there is damage in the DNA this can cause diseases including cancer," said Prof Lindahl.
inflammation  anti-inflammatory  diet  chronic  low-grade  inflammation  DNA  telomere  premature  ageing  cancer  ageing  anti-ageing  Oxidative  stress  antioxidant  chronic  stress  tobacco  Big  Sugar  Carnism  omnivore  Whole-Food  Plant-Based  Whole  Plant  Foods  Vegan  Standard  American  alkaline  diet  Western  pattern  diet  diet  animal  protein 
october 2015 by asterisk2a
Britain’s mental health is in crisis – a shadow minister can’t tackle it alone | Matt Haig | Comment is free | The Guardian
At the risk of sounding totally utopian, I’d like to see not just a minister for mental health, but the whole government addressing these issues. I’d like a country where the false divisions between mental health and physical health are seen as as daft as the four humours, and where the state of our minds and the state of the nation are seen as one. We are still in the dark ages when it comes to mental health ... &!
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
Tech Stocks Rebound: Bloomberg West (Full Show 8/25) - YouTube
15:53 - you can build sw companies everywhere else. cost of living out of control as well dampens quality of life and standard of living. // lower burn rate, more time, more runway to find traction (product market fit) beyond MVP,
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august 2015 by asterisk2a
Obesity is an incurable disease. So why is the government intent on punishing sufferers? | George Monbiot | Comment is free | The Guardian
Fat-shaming is worse than useless. David Cameron points his finger at the afflicted, but food manufacturers and advertisers are the real culprits. s overeating more addictive than crack cocaine? It’s hard to compare addiction rates, or to produce a clear definition that holds true across all substances and behaviours. But consider this crude contrast: of people who use crack cocaine, 10%-20% become addicted to it; across a nine-year study of 176,000 obese people, 98.3% of the men and 97.8% of the women failed to return to a healthy weight. Once extreme overeating begins, it appears to be almost impossible to stop. [...] seek out a range of highly palatable, energy-dense foods, of the kind with which we are now surrounded. [...] [ abuse food ] comfort eating [ handling stress, as is binge drinking on the Fridays and Weekends and your glass of wine every evening during the week ] [ IT IS ABOUT PREVENTION AND ENVIRONMENT HAS TO CHANGE! ] [ 10% NHS Budget is spend on diabetes treatment ]
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august 2015 by asterisk2a
Study suggests safe alcohol guidance 'unrealistic' - BBC News
But the study found that the guidelines are largely ignored because most people do not drink every day. Instead they drink heavily at the weekend - in order to get drunk. [ as socially acceptable outlet, from a weeks worth of chronic stress and worry. legal high and stress relieve as is tobacco. ] // thus as food can be used/abused as emotionally compforting and stress-reliever, binge drinking on the weekend as well as the habit for 2-3 drinks during weekdays to relieve the stress, should this behavior be space made in the DSM for disorder!? abuse/coping mechanism!/being dependent on it!? which is socially acceptable!. but long-term harmful to your health, as well as short-term to ur disposable income/savings rate & alcohol related injuries A&E & police force has to deal with!? --- Eating Disorders - - Gemma and Dr Radha are on hand to talk about eating disorders.
sick  population  alcohol  abuse  binge  drinking  public  health  policy  public  health  well  being  UK  happiness  index  philosophy  chronic  stress  stress  Oxidative  stress  premature  ageing  habit  sociology  complexity  unknown  unkown  unintended  consequences  exploitation  addiction  drug  abuse  alcohol-abuse  tobacco  leisure  time  crony  capitalism  workplace  beyond  workplace  drama  squeezed  middle  class  precarious  work  working  poor  nanny  state  NHS  society  human  capital  HR  human  resources  Alain  de  Botton  Psychology  Selbstfürsorge  well-being  long-term  view  long-term  thinking  eating  disorder  coping  mechanism  mental  health  mental  illness  dependence  Self-esteem  self-regulation  self-respect  self-awareness  beauty  standard  beauty  sickness  body  image  Fashion  Industry 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
Go tell the boss: let me work less and I’ll produce more | Life and style | The Guardian
The five-day work week is an artificial and outmoded idea. A shorter working week can boost efficiency and an employee’s happiness [...] The latest trend might have more going for it, though: more tech businesses are experimenting with four-day weeks. As Ryan Carson, co-founder of the education startup Treehouse, put it: “You get all day Friday off, instead of pretending like you’re working when you’re not.” [...] The most important reason to work fewer days, of course, is that it’s good for families, friendship, hobbies and the human spirit. But the most interesting implication of the current experiments, backed by some academic research, is that it appears to be good for productivity and work quality, too. Partly that’s because desk-based “knowledge work” relies on plenty of brain rest as well as exertion.
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july 2015 by asterisk2a
Poor sleeping patterns link to cancer - BBC News
// However, the link is uncertain because the type of person who works shifts may also be more likely to develop cancer due to factors such as social class, activity levels or the amount of vitamin D they get.
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july 2015 by asterisk2a
Old before your time? People age at wildly different rates, study confirms | Science | The Guardian
“Already, before midlife, individuals who were ageing more rapidly were less physically able, showed cognitive decline and brain ageing, self-reported worse health, and looked older,” the scientists write. // &! ie one evidence, whole plant food diet (vegan, no processed foods) mimics caloric restriction, thus lowers speed/progress of aging processes. and animal protein does increase it, as well as processed fast and junk food (mix of fats, sugars, processed carbs without fiber) which hits the insulin pump hard. and evidence has shown that pancreas has limited amount of cells to produce insulin - once they gone, age related diabetes is here; // &! PREMATURE AGING does add substantially to rising health care cost to the already established demographic bubble factor.
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july 2015 by asterisk2a
Arbeitsmarkt: Prekäre Beschäftigung belastet Privatleben - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Leiharbeiter, Minijobber und Teilzeitbeschäftigte müssen nicht nur mit geringem Einkommen vorlieb nehmen. Die Berufssituation wirkt sich einer Studie zufolge auch negativ auf ihr Privatleben aus. Besonders bei Frauen. [...] Dabei betrachten die Forscher atypische Beschäftigung nicht pauschal als Teufelswerk, betonen aber den zwiespältigen Charakter: Während Arbeitnehmer befristete Stellen und Leiharbeit ganz überwiegend unfreiwillig und mangels alternativer Angebote übernähmen, sehe das bei Teilzeit- oder Minijobs auf den ersten Blick teilweise anders aus. Insbesondere Frauen entschieden sich häufig bewusst für einen solchen Job, um mehr Zeit für die Familie zu haben. Doch selbst wenn es sich "oberflächlich betrachtet" um eine freiwillige Wahl handele, steckten dahinter oftmals "strukturelle Zwänge", wie etwa fehlende Möglichkeiten der Kinderbetreuung oder die geringe Bereitschaft der Arbeitgeber, den Bedürfnissen von Familien Rechnung zu tragen.
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june 2015 by asterisk2a
Heart Disease Prevention: What You Need to Know - YouTube
30:40 // good fats/bad fats. bad fats: trans and saturated fat (meat, dairy products, ... even coconut oil and palm oil (tropical) [ processed food ] [ peanut butter without palm oil, sugar and salt! ]) // then there are the liquid vegetable oils - polyunsaturated fat // monounsaturated fat >> good fats; see &! // // &! min 56 LOBBY EFFORTS SUCCESSFUL AGAIN - 2015 Dietary Guidelines. // &! 1h10m - Fish Oil (Omega3) vs Vegan Source - // &! New Guidelines for Treatment of Cholesterol: Prevention of Heart Disease and Stroke -
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june 2015 by asterisk2a
Is a Calorie a Calorie? Processed Food, Experiment Gone Wrong (2015) - YouTube
Dogma "A calorie is a calorie" &! Robert Lustig - Frontiers of Science (2015) - "hijacked for personal profit" [ no shared economic interest of Wall Street rootless crony capitalistic conglomerate tax evaders lobbying heavily for everything they can and they will. ] "there are now more obese people as undernourished people" [ Presenteeism and absenteeism (increased sick leave = lower productivity amongst labour force) ] medicare will be broke in 2026. "A sink hole." Pharma does not invest in prevention and healing, it is investing in management (long-term care). After all its called pharma and not "health & well being company." min33 What makes u feel good is exercise, caffeine, food. Drop in insulin makes u feel better. Energy expenditure make u feel good. Insulin blocks Leptin signaling. min47 alcohol&liver fat. 1h32 glycemic index vs load // (2011) &! Bad Sugars: Addictive & Hazardous to ur Health (2013)
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june 2015 by asterisk2a
The Science of Addictive Food - YouTube
"making profitable food" Salt & Sugar & Fat (perfect mix) to exploit evolutionary based genes 2 eat more 2 get through the next famine. // no shared economic interest // Sugar is as much if not more addictive than cocaine. rewards centers, dopamine. & bc fructose is processed through the liver only, it puts strain on the liver as much as alcohol, if not more. // plus most ingredients are flavor and preservatives // 75% of health care budgets in western world and developing world is allocated towards chronic diseases. preventable chronic diseases. // // &! The Secrets of Sugar // How Sugar Impacts your Health - // &! visceral fat = inflammation = cancer // &! &! fatty liver disease, premature aging >> inflammation, additional oxidative stress &! &! "Sugar is a drug, not nutritional food." &!
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june 2015 by asterisk2a
Children from poor families tend to be more altruistic and more willing to make personal sacrifices for others. : science - People in poverty nine times more likely to suffer from psychological distress than those above poverty line, new CDC study has found ( // &! Google "npr poverty stress" // &! Stress from Poverty Decreases Child Brain Sizes—Even at Birth
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june 2015 by asterisk2a
Mental stress and coronary artery disease: a multidisciplinary guide. - PubMed - NCBI // The expert group concluded that (i) there is strong and consistent evidence of an independent causal association between depression, social isolation and lack of quality social support and the causes and prognosis of CHD; and (ii) there is no strong or consistent evidence for a causal association between chronic life events, work-related stressors (job control, demands and strain), Type A behaviour patterns, hostility, anxiety disorders or panic disorders and CHD. - // &!
coronary  artery  disease  heart  disease  sudden  death  chronic  stress  Oxidative  stress  cortisol  food  poverty  poverty  Sozialer  Abstieg  working  poor  public  health  public  health  policy  poverty  in  old  age  quality  of  life  living  wage  inequality  Gini  coefficient  burnout  work  life  balance  beyond  workplace  drama  workplace  noise  pollution  pollution  light  pollution 
may 2015 by asterisk2a
Die schlaflose Gesellschaft - Schichtarbeit als Ursache für Depressionen
to function in this society ... "Heutzutage lebt ma um zu arbeiten." the false impression of freedom. Stillstand = rueckschritt. Immer auf der ueberholspur. dir sind doch alle tueren offen ... wegwerfgesellschaft, wegrationalisiert. nein sagen auf der arbeit.
Leistungsdruck  Capitalism  depression  mental  health  mental  illness  gesellschaft  Schlafstörung  chronic  stress  Oxidative  stress  public  health  public  health  policy  crony  exploitation  burnout  work  life  balance  Krankheitsquote 
april 2015 by asterisk2a
Don't Be Awful: Rob McFeeley, Rick Bidgood and Paul Carr - YouTube
Startup mental health: “The stress which can be a positive force is also something which damages people.” ( ) " “You have people who are being hurt and people who are suffering. It doesn’t have to be like that. The stress which is part of doing the work, and can be a positive force is also something which damages people.” [...] Bidgood and his co-founder Rob McFeeley joined us at hour five of Don’t Be Awful to explain why tech companies need to change their thinking on mental health. They also talked about BluePeriod, the organization they created to “design solutions for mental and emotional health in the startup and technology communities.” &! &! // &! &! tanglen meditation
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february 2015 by asterisk2a
Y Combinator, a Two-Year-Old, and a Pregnant Wife | Hacker News
[ you have only one life, that is for you ... you time, not other peoples time. don't let other people use and abuse your time ... ] -
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october 2014 by asterisk2a
Best To Not Sweat The Small Stuff, Because It Could Kill You : Shots - Health News : NPR
Chronic stress is hazardous to health and can lead to early death from heart disease, cancer and of other health problems. But it turns out it doesn't matter whether the stress comes from major events in life or from minor problems. Both can be deadly. And it may be that it's not the stress from major life events like divorce, illness and job loss trickled down to everyday life that gets you; it's how you react to the smaller, everyday stress. The most stressed-out people have the highest risk of premature death, according to one study that followed 1,293 men for years. "People who always perceived their daily life to be over-the-top stressful were three times more likely to die over the period of study than people who rolled with the punches and didn't find daily life very stressful,"
chronic  stress  stress  Oxidative  stress  burnout  psychology  sociology 
september 2014 by asterisk2a
Kanzlerin Merkel kritisiert Anti-Stress-Verordnung in Video-Podcast - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Die Regulierungen sollen insbesondere jene Belastungen für Arbeitnehmer reduzieren, die aus einer ständigen Erreichbarkeit entstehen. Demgegenüber hatte Bundesarbeitsministerin Andrea Nahles (SPD) kürzlich erklärt, sie halte an den Zielen fest. Die Sozialdemokraten hatten die Umsetzung einer Anti-Stress-Verordnung im Frühjahr 2013 im Vorfeld der Bundestagswahl angekündigt.
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september 2014 by asterisk2a
An Unstoppable Killer: New Research Suggests Cancer Can't Be Eradicated : NPR
The sensationalist assertions made in this article (particularly in the headline) don't follow from the results that the article describes. Part of the blame for this sensationalism seems to fall at the feet of the original scientist himself (Bosch). He makes an unfounded leap from the biological result that cancer seems to be an intrinsic property of genetic processes in cells (and the statements "You have to interfere with fundamental pathways", "It's a web of interactions" and "It's very difficult to do") to the assertion "will probably never be completely eradicated". Difficult is not the same as impossible. ||>> how we eat, how active we are, and our living environment (pollution and stress) is itself a multiplying factor whether or not we die of old age or of cancer or bc of complications of toxic medical cancer treatment. Period. Putting genetics out for the picture here. // via
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august 2014 by asterisk2a
The Weight of the Nation: Part 1 - Consequences (HBO Docs) - YouTube
non stakeholder rootless global conglomerate corporate crony capitalistic tax evading food giants have no shared economic interest in the sustainability of health of a nation represented by each individual and as an aggregation // - The Weight of the Nation: Poverty and Obesity (HBO Docs) >> the sub-title "Why healthy food isn't an option" is just bullshit! just stop subsidizing grains and meat/dairy. and subsidize vegetables, greens, fresh produce and co! It's about food education, peer pressure, and gov funded "health assistant's" [hand holding, in place (kitchen, grocery store) teaching in every GP office available and per perscription. But Pharma doesn't think they it makes enough money. If it were short-term money maker, they would do that. Instead, gov has to spend the money now instead of spending 1000x more money to cover the cost of the mess in 20 years down the road (health care cost).
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july 2014 by asterisk2a
BBC Radio 5 live - In Short, Victim: 'I was attacked when my autism was misunderstood'
too much buzz, environmental stress of many kinds, general stress, psychologically, emotionally, ... not coping well.
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june 2014 by asterisk2a
Lärm macht krank: Stress für Körper und Psyche - SPIEGEL ONLINE + Denn Lärm ist ein Stressfaktor. Der Blutdruck kann steigen, es kann zu Kopfschmerzen und Konzentrationsstörungen kommen, zu Muskelverspannungen, zu Empfindlichkeiten im Magen- und Darmbereich oder zu Schlafstörungen. Lärmempfinden ist dabei zwar individuell, aber durchaus messbar, sagt Meis. Der Mediziner arbeitet auch für das Forum "office acoustics", das unabhängig von Herstellern bei der akustischen Gestaltung von Büros berät. "Lärm lässt sich als unerwünschter Schall definieren", erläutert er. "Das hat also nicht immer sofort etwas mit Dezibel zu tun." + || Das Zeitalter der Erschöpfung - Die Überforderung des Menschen durch die Moderne. Von Martynkewicz, Wolfgang.
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april 2014 by asterisk2a
Kris Carr speaks about cancer and The China Study - YouTube
Slowed significantly, Stable Cancer ('incurable'). See more peer reviewed medical research (evidence based) on it :: + + // + + // << self-care, self care, public health policy, public health, health crisis, health science, sustainability, sustainable, 'cancer begins in early age, tiny micro cancer cells; its about the environment we create - one where cancer flourishes or where one that doesn't and thus it can't kill you.' Bottled juices in Stores are pasteurised and laden with extra sugar and preservatives. BAD! | "living in the moment. being present." *Marie Forleo + productivity. + :: Kris Carr & Marie Forleo - Personal Brand
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april 2014 by asterisk2a
Confident As F*** But Scared as S*** - YouTube
... personal investment. one should know that a business outcome isn't reflective on a persons value. Leads me to the end conclusion of "Richard Wilkinson: How economic inequality harms societies" - where he shows that inequality leads to social stress. Paul Robinette associates his business outcome and other peoples reviews of his brainchild with his personal likeability and his social value to the overall community / friends and family and associates. + see
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march 2014 by asterisk2a
IMF study finds inequality is damaging to economic growth | Business | The Guardian
International Monetary Fund paper dismisses rightwing argument that redistributing incomes is self-defeating. [...] It is 18 months since the IMF published its controversial view that government cuts to public-sector spending were having a larger detrimental effect than previously thought. The paper, written by its chief economist, Olivier Blanchard, was incendiary and sparked denials in London and Brussels where calls for austerity were strongest. [...] In an interview later Ostry said it was his belief that the inclusion of higher welfare payments would only support the argument in favour of redistribution. [... as there is a welfare, social security, pension payment cap on income in some of the G8 if I remember right, ie Germany for sure! ...] + "Richard Wilkinson: How economic inequality harms societies"
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march 2014 by asterisk2a
Denmark Is Considered The Happiest Country. You'll Never Guess Why.
"There is now a rising worldwide demand that policy be more closely aligned with what really matters to people as they themselves characterize their well-being," economist Jeffrey Sachs said in a statement at the time of the report's release.
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october 2013 by asterisk2a
BBC News - Milestone study probes cancer origin
The well-known ones such as UV damage and smoking mutate the DNA, increasing the odds of cancer.
Alcohol  immune  system  mutation  public  health  policy  pollution  western  lifestyle  ageing  genetics  vegan  environment  epigenetics  Oxidative  stress  smoking  lifestyle  skin  cancer  DNA  living  environment  premature  ageing  cancer  public  health  aging 
august 2013 by asterisk2a
Plasma oxidative stress is induced by single-sprint anaerobic exercise in young cigarette smokers - Taito - 2012 - Clinical Physiology and Functional Imaging - Wiley Online Library
Smoking sucks! Significantly higher oxidative stress in young smokers after a single 30s sprint on a cycle ergometer.

"In conclusion, plasma oxidative stress is induced by single-sprint anaerobic exercise in cigarette smokers. Plasma ROS generation in cigarette smokers was higher than that in non-smokers after the Wingate anaerobic test [...] These findings indicate that cigarette smoking increases plasma oxidative stress in concert with single-sprint anaerobic exercise, which may increase the risk of oxidative damage."

Not exercising at all would yet still be the worse option, after all the "total antioxidant content was increased in both smokers and non-smokers after exercise."
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december 2012 by asterisk2a
The Effect of Progressive Resistance Training on Oxidative Stress and Erythrocyte Antioxidant Enzymes Activity in Untrained Males
we conclude that an eight week program of PRT strengthens the defensive system of erythrocytes against free radical damage and therefore can be applied as a useful approach for alleviation of oxidative stress.
public  health  policy  public  health  antioxidant  Oxidative  stress  sports  sport 
december 2012 by asterisk2a
Alzheimer's could be the most catastrophic impact of junk food | George Monbiot | Comment is free | The Guardian
[Aftermath of a nation on Poor Diet is a] problem [that] belongs to all of us. Even if you can detach yourself from the suffering caused by diseases arising from bad diets, you will carry the cost, as a growing proportion of the health budget will be used to address them [, and everyone has to pay more to keep health budgets in balance]. The cost – measured in both human suffering and money – could be far greater than we imagined. A large body of evidence now suggests that Alzheimer's is primarily a metabolic disease. Some scientists have gone so far as to rename it: they call it type 3 diabetes.

Experiments conducted seem to support the link between diet and dementia, and researchers have begun to propose potential mechanisms. In common with all brain chemistry, these tend to be fantastically complex, involving, among other impacts, inflammation, stress caused by oxidation, the accumulation of one kind of brain protein and the transformation of another
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september 2012 by asterisk2a
Correlation between oxidative stre... [Eur Rev Med Pharmacol Sci. 2012] - PubMed - NCBI
Vegetarian nutrition provides adequate antioxidants which effectively prevent free radicals generation.
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august 2012 by asterisk2a

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