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Prescription Opiate Abuse on the Rise

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Narconon Trois-Rivieres is warning people to be aware of prescription opiate abuse. This has been an ever-growing problem within Canada, and it has been doing great damage to those individuals who are battling the physical and psychological addictions to these medications. According to recent media, http://www.narconon.ca/oxycontin.htm pain killer addiction has been on the rise in Canada.

Canadians are abusing such drugs as OxyContin, Tylenol 3 etc. More and more Canadians are abusing prescription opiates than street opiates, such as cocaine and heroin. When 2005 rolled around, non-medical users of prescription opiates were primarily street drug users. The Narconon Trois-Rivieres drug rehab program does receive numerous clients battling prescription opiate abuse. Unfortunately, there are few drug rehab programs within Canada, whom are able to handle many patients battling this addiction. Drug or alcohol rehab centers have been seeing increasing amounts of people wanting help to overcome this particular addiction.

Psoriasis Risk Factor For Diabetes Hypertension And Death – Harvard Study Links High Blood Pressure and Type-2 With Skin Disease

Psoriasis Risk Factor For Diabetes Hypertension And Death – Harvard Study Links High Blood Pressure and Type-2 With Skin Disease

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(Best Syndication News) Psoriasis may affect more than the skin and may lead to high blood pressure and even diabetes. People with Psoriasis are at an increased risk for death, developing diabetes and hypertension (high blood pressure), according to Harvard Medical School Researchers.

Doctor Abrar A. Qureshi, M.D., M.P.H., of Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston compared women with psoriasis and women without it using data from the Nurses' Health Study II, a group of female nurses who were between the ages of 27 and 44 in 1991. The study included 78,061 women.

What is Psoriasis?

What is TMD?

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TMD and TMJ are often used interchangeably, though they do not mean the same thing. You may have even heard your own dentist use the terms when speaking to you about your jaw.

TMJ stands for the temporomandibular joint. The TMJ attaches the lower jaw to the skull and it can move up and down, from side to side, and forward and back. The TMJ is the most complex joint in the human body and its proper function allows us to eat, swallow, speak, and yawn.

TMD stands for temporomandibular joint disorder. This is a broad term and can refer to any disease or disorder that occurs in the jaw joint. Some of the symptoms of TMD are:

Osteoporsis - Building Stronger Bones with High Impact Exercise

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[Best Syndication News] Researchers from the University of Missouri found that activities like running are better and building bone mineral density (BMD) than resistance training. This study was published in the February issue of the Journal of Strength Conditioning.

There is an estimated 200 million people that suffer from osteoporosis around the world says the National Osteoporosis Foundation. Osteoporosis is a thinning of the bone mineral density which can make breaking bones easy as well as cause postural problems. The problem a problem usually faced by the aging population and they are encouraged to eat a healthy calcium rich diet and exercise regularly to help improve their BMD and strengthen their bones.

The study did show that both resistance training as well as high-impact endurance activities helps to improve bone mineral density. But in comparing these against each other, the high-impact activities, such as running offered more bone building benefit.

Dr. Oz and Dr. Roizen discuss Pain Prevention and You: Being Beautiful Book on GMA

Dr. Oz and Dr. Roizen discuss Pain Prevention and You: Being Beautiful Book on GMA

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[Best Syndication News] Michael Roizen and Mehmet Oz are doctors that have co-authored several bestselling books. Their newest book, 'You: Being Beautiful' they discuss how to be beautiful from the way you look, to how you feel in being beautiful. They discuss how health plays a role in your beauty and they recently visited on ABC’s Good Morning America to share some ways to improve your beauty. On the show they discussed how pain can affect your beauty.

Dr. Oz said that pain strips away your beauty. If you have pain, the chances are you are not going to exercise which in turn affects your longevity.

Roizen said that there are different serotonin levels when you have pain. They did an ice in the bucket test Sawyer and Oz, and Roizen said that women don’t last as long.

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