The Importance of Protein Supplements After Weight Loss Surgery

June 8, 2016

The Importance of Protein Supplements After Weight Loss Surgery UNJURY protein supplements are recommended at America’s Top Rated Hospitals – and there is a great reason for that. The job of your protein supplement is to help you reach your weight loss goals, and then maintain that success. Other proteins just don’t do that as well…

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Rebuild Your Strength and Energy During Cancer Therapies

Rebuild Your Strength and Energy During Cancer Therapies #1 Obstacle to Cancer Recovery The National Cancer Institute Has This To Say: The National Cancer Institute website, www.cancer.gov notes that cachexia is an important obstacle to recovery: “Cachexia, a progressive wasting syndrome evidence by weakness and a marked and progressive loss of body weight, fat, and muscle.…

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UNJURY for Control of Diabetes

June 7, 2016

UNJURY for Control of Diabetes UNJURY can be an important tool for control of diabetes for a good number of Type 2 diabetes patients. Here’s how: Protein as part of a balanced diet promotes weight loss and control of A1c Weight Loss + good A1c = Type 2 Diabetes patients the best chance of long term…

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Diabetes Checkup Checklist

May 9, 2016

Diabetes is very serious. It is recommended that you get tested regularly. We are providing you with a detailed checklist that will help you understand more in depth these tests. Take this checklist the next time you visit your doctor. Need help managing your diabetes? Come and see one of our doctors who can help to…

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Do I Really Need a Yearly Breast Exam?

Embed from Getty Images Do I Really Need a Yearly Breast Exam? Did you know that it is you (yes you) who will most likely be the one to notice any changes in your breast before your doctor does?The answer is a resounding YES! Actually, you should be doing a self-check of your breasts every…

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Why Do I Need a Pap Smear?

Embed from Getty Images Why Do I Need a Pap Smear? Pop quiz! Are you a woman? Are you over the age of 21? Are you sexually active? Do you have a cervix? Why get a Pap smear? Cervical cancer screening is important and life saving If cancer is caught early, then chances of successful…

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Hepatitis B Guidelines for Pregnant Women

May 5, 2016

Hepatitis B Guidelines for Pregnant Women What is hepatitis B? Hepatitis B is the most common serious liver infection in the world. It is caused by the hepatitis B virus (HBV) that attacks liver cells and can lead to liver failure, cirrhosis (scarring) or cancer of the liver later in life. The virus is transmitted through contact…

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Pathway to a Healthy Birth

April 25, 2016

Birth hormones can do an amazing job guiding you and your baby on the path to a healthy birth. They prepare both of you every step of the way, from getting ready for labor to breastfeeding and bonding. But some things can get in their way. Find out how you can help your birth hormones…

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Hormonal Physiology of Childbearing:

Fact Sheets on Core Topics for Maternity Care Providers A new report, Hormonal Physiology of Childbearing: Evidence and Implications for Women, Babies, and Maternity Care (2015), synthesizes an extensive literature about hormonally-driven processes of parturition and the early postpartum period. The information sheets provided here are drawn from this report. Contemporary childbirth has benefited greatly…

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Mercury Rising?

April 19, 2016

Mercury in seafood – as bad as they say? This article originally appeared on http://www.fitpregnancy.com/nutrition/prenatal-nutrition/mercury-rising-0 Is the amount of mercury rising in our foods? Conflicting reports over contaminants in fish have left many pregnant women reeling. Here’s the bottom line. It’s a conundrum: You know seafood is one of the healthiest foods you can eat. Rich…

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