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Depression: A Silent Battle and Help for Men

Depression: A Silent Battle and Help for Men

Male depression is not an easy subject to get men to talk about. With the need to feel strong and invincible, most men consider any sort of emotional or psychological problem to be a threat to their masculine self-images. Most men avoid talking about depression and would rather hide it from their families, friends, and work colleagues. Yet, male depression is a major problem among American men. About 17% of the U.S. population has some identifiable symptoms of depression within their lifetimes. Although the research shows that depression is more common in women, this is being challenged in many ways,...

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Top Health Benefits of Bananas

Top Health Benefits of Bananas

Bananas are some of the most widely eaten fruits in the world, as well as some of the most readily recognized due to their distinctive shape and bright colors which, added to the health benefits of bananas, makes them a household stable. They are nutritious and readily eaten raw, and are mostly composed of sugars, such as sucrose, fructose, and glucose, in addition to fiber. As a result, they are among the best choices for a source of energy that gives both immediate boost and more prolonged boosts. There are a number of additional benefits to bananas that have been...

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The Good And Bad About Soy

The Good And Bad About Soy

Soy has been promoted as a health food for many decades. Due to its high protein content, soy is also very popular among vegans and vegetarians. So is soy really a health food? Are all soy products the same? What is the latest research regarding soy and disease? Soy is cheap to grow and cheap to process, so it is truly a food manufacturer's dream. The industry has marketed soy as an ancient health food. They claim that Asian cultures have eaten soy for thousands of years and associate their longevity and health with the consumption of soy. But if...

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Food Neophobia: More Than Just Picky Eating

Food Neophobia: More Than Just Picky Eating

Get out the video camera...here comes baby's first bite of food. For many parents, this is a joyous step leading to a lifetime of shared memories and happy mealtimes. Unfortunately, for parents of children with feeding delays and disorders, this is the start of a long and painful journey that will include gastrointestinal specialists, feeding clinics, speech therapists and occupational therapists. Many early feeding problems are a symptom of a diagnosable problem and can be corrected. GI impairments, such as reflux or delayed gastric emptying, can be treated through medical intervention. Oral motor delays can be aided through speech therapy....

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Dealing With Diabetes - Understanding Ketoacidosis

Dealing With Diabetes - Understanding Ketoacidosis

Ketoacidosis is something that is most likely to effect those with Type 1 Diabetes. This is a very severe diabetes complication that is caused by extremely high levels of acid in the blood. The prefix - keto - is in reference to ketones, which are substances that your body generates as fat breaks down during ketoacidosis. The term acid is part of the name because the blood becomes acidic because of the presence of ketones. There are some situations where ketoacidosis is responsible for someone finding out that they have type 1 diabetes. But it's much more common to occur...

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