The are the in 2019, the upcoming changes in healthcare

The changes in the year 2019 in the health sector With the turn of the year and during the first months of the year 2019 of the important new regulations in the health sector enter into force. So, among other things, the additional contributions to the statutory health insurance funds will be taken from employers and employees in equal Parts, […]

Read more

The Beginner's Guide to Powerlifting

Powerlifting is a sport that tests brute strength. Competitors vie to lift the heaviest possible loads for a single repetition on the squat, bench press, and deadlift exercises. The sport began informally in the 1950s as an outgrowth of Olympic weightlifting and individual gym meets where lifters would test each other’s strengths on various “odd lifts” of their choosing. Meets […]

Read more

Faster Slimming with a scientifically recognized 12-hour rule diet

Slimming by 12 hours of non-decreasing rule With the new 12-hour rule diet, it should be easier to excess pounds. With this diet, it’s not so much about what is eaten, but when. Scientists led by Dr. Satchidananda Panda from the Salk Institute in California examined very critically, whether the time formula actually works. The results were amazement. Unhealthy OverweightIf […]

Read more

The consequences of poor nutrition – burdened Who so Breakfast his health

The impact of poor Breakfast quality Poor nutrition at Breakfast can have a major impact on cardiovascular health. A Spanish research group showed in a recent study, that the way you have Breakfast, is associated with important factors of cardiovascular health. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, know the people’s mouth. This spell is actually much truth […]

Read more

Sugar-sweetened beverage pattern linked to higher kidney disease risk

Higher collective consumption of sweetened fruit drinks, soda, and water was associated with a higher likelihood of developing chronic kidney disease (CKD) in a community-based study of African-American adults in Mississippi. The findings, which appear in an upcoming issue of the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology (CJASN), contribute to the growing body of evidence pointing to the […]

Read more

Why skipping breakfast may not be bad for you after all

Dr MICHAEL MOSLEY: Why skipping breakfast may not be bad for you after all ( …but you should NEVER eat just before bedtime) We have been told many times that Breakfast Is The Most Important Meal Of The Day.  The danger, it’s regularly claimed, is that skipping breakfast means we’ll get hungry later in the day, eat all the wrong […]

Read more

How to plan for a holiday where you’ll do very little

Ah holidays. I’m on them now. Lucky me. Four weeks of rest and relaxation and recharging. But you know me. Can’t be an end of year column without a good list. For some reason my friends, and some readers, seem to come to me for advice. What to see, what to do, where to go. Like I would know. Sure, […]

Read more
1 268 269 270 271 272 276