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Monday, July 30, 2012

Monday Morning's Cause is Health

10 Facts for Stronger Bones
10 Facts for Stronger Bones
Bone production drops as you age, but osteoporosis isn't inevitable. Get smart tips to make your bones stronger . . . Read more.
Bottom line--Reason X+1, WHY WE NEED TO KEEP OBAMACARE. After all, without ObamaCare too few people, most especially us Women, can afford to stay healthy and strong. THIS is also How the Republican Party Proves that they are not the Pro-Life Party, but rather the Anti-Choice Party--BECAUSE KEEPING OBAMACARE IS THE BEST WAY TO SAVE LIVES BY TAKING CARE OF PEOPLE'S HEALTH.


This Week's Hot Health Topics

Can't Stand the Heat? Stay-Cool Tips
Can't Stand the Heat? Stay-Cool Tips
With summer temps at record-breaking highs, heat safety is especially important. Avoid these heat-related dangers and stay safe all season . . . Read more.

 This is yet another reminder of Why 'Fracking' must end. After all, one of the best way of coping with the heat is to survive it--One of the first rules of surviving the heat will always be to stay HYDRATED--A.K.A. DRINK PLENTY OF WATER--THE VERY SAME WATER THAT 'FRACKING' NOT ONLY WASTES BUT ALSO POLLUTES.

Dr. Oz's Secret Slim-Down Drink
Drink this special Dr. Oz-approved beverage before every meal to help you burn fat faster!
Drink This to Lose Weigh
I am passing on this diet tip, because it nice and easy and sounds like it should taste verily good and since it is from Dr. Oz--It is, IMO, based on sound medicine, since I believe Dr. Oz is one very trustworthy doctor




More Medicaid, Less Adult Mortality

 More Medicaid, Less Adult Mortality
The study was conducted by an advisor to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Benjamin Sommers, who works with the Harvard School of Public Health. But it has been made clear that the work is not intended to reflect the current government’s stance on the issues of Medicaid and expansion.
The study looked at adults between the ages of 20 and 64 years old in three states that expanded Medicaid coverage, and three states that did not. The numbers were compared over a five year period to ascertain the effect of the expansion. Researchers feel relatively certain they have isolated Medicaid and readily available care as a possible component in the decrease in adult mortality rates. The study is the first one that takes a look at the mortality of adults in this context, rather than children, the Wall Street Journal points out. Researchers also adjusted the outcomes according to variables such as race, age and sex.
 A new study just released shows that adult mortality decreases in states that have expanded their Medicaid services. Reuters reports that the study was published Wednesday in the New England Journal of Medicine and concluded that adult mortality rates went down by six percent in states that developed wider Medicaid services over the course of five years.
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WELL, DA--THIS IS WHAT IS CALLED--CAUSE AND EFFECT. IT IS AMAZING HOW MANY LIVES CAN BE SAVED BY SIMPLY BEING ABLE TO GO TO A DOCTOR WHEN SICK OR JUST FOR A PHYSICAL AND BEING ABLE TO CATCH THE START OF A DECEASE LIKE CANCER. THIS IS YET ANOTHER REMINDER OF WHY WE DO NEED TO KEEP OBAMACARE.