All of us have heard of the famous saying “Health is Wealth”. The Trump campaign should also be concerned about Biden’s large lead on health care in Texas and Georgia, Continue Reading
All of us have heard of the famous saying “Health is Wealth”. The Trump campaign should also be concerned about Biden’s large lead on health care in Texas and Georgia, which are normally reliable red states. Trump could still win those states, but a recent Atlanta Journal-Constitution poll found the candidates tied at 47%-47% in Georgia. Trump won Georgia by nearly 6 points in 2016. A reversal in 2020 could mean a Biden landslide. Polls in Texas are mixed, but they clearly suggest a much tighter race than in 2016, when Trump won the state by 9 points. Emma Borgstrom (21 years old) suffered from an eating disorder during her late teens and early twenties. She considers herself recovered now, but has had a lot of time to think these last few months about what would have helped her growing up. In addition to utilizing the structure of the Public Health 3.0 framework, the researchers call for advancing U.S. public health information systems by adopting the use of interoperable electronic health records with health care organizations. Many public health agencies continue to rely on outdated technology and lack connectivity to providers. The researchers advocate for advancing public health linkages to a broader set of partners and industries to address the health and well-being of many populations. This resource cover a number of topics: digestion, the immune system, nutrition, exercise, abdominal obesity and insulin resistance, estrogen and progesterone decline, environmental toxins, liver detoxification, fatty liver tissue, sleep issues, and depression and stress. Unrelenting stress leads to excess cortisol. High levels of stress also reduces our levels of serotonin. Multi-tasking and chronic stress also depletes serotonin levels. Melatonin levels also declines with age. Too little or too much dopamine can cause problems. Acetylcholine is needed for effective communication between nerves and muscles. The author also spends time discussing the various hormones and their effect in the body and even on our weight. Many overweight and obese patients suffer from hormonal imbalance. Toxins can also make us fat, as well, and interfere with our hormonal health. Heavy metals can interfere with our hormones, as well. Although atopic dermatitis is commonly associated with allergic conditions such as asthma and hay fever, it is still unclear whether allergies are a cause or consequence of atopic dermatitis (Nutten 2015). Alterations in microbial communities and decreased skin microbial diversity have been noted in individuals with atopic dermatitis, and may contribute to an altered inflammatory response (Biedermann 2015; Dybboe 2017). Stress, which may disturb the skin microbiome, damage barrier function, and alter immune function, is another important factor in the initiation and aggravation of atopic dermatitis (Kim, Cho 2013; Bailey 2016; Holmes 2015).