Lifeline – 02-12-2011 – Tv9

December 6, 2011 by  
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Life Line – 18-11-2011 – Back pain in women – Tv9

November 19, 2011 by  
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Andy Rooneys views on Women in the Work Place

November 6, 2011 by  
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Fantastic Women’s Fitness Tips – Helpful Workout Advice for Women

September 24, 2011 by  
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What Women Wish They Knew About Health-Part I

August 7, 2011 by  
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June 24, 2011 by  
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Snehitha – Child Care – Pregnancy Tips by Dr. Jeesy Naidu

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Research on Aging: Women’s Health from A to Z

June 16, 2011 by  
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We all want to know the secrets of how to maintain our health as we age, but where do we start? Elizabeth Barrett-Connor, MD, noted expert in women’s health, walks us through the basics from AZ, providing the viewer with easy to understand tips that can be incorporated into daily life. This video was created by UCSD-TV. Watch more of their videos at ucsd.tv.

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April 27, 2011 by  
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April 15, 2011 by  
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March 23, 2011 by  
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November 28, 2010 by  
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Earth Day tips for your health and the environment

April 23, 2010 by  
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My apologies for missing the Earth Day 2010 (April 22) by a day. That is what happens when you blog and travel at the same time. However, it is never too late to start our own personal Earth Day initiative.

Somebody told me recently (my big brother actually) that he doesn’t believe in the slogan “Save Mother Earth.” According to him, Mother Earth has been here for zillions of years and will still be here when we are gone. That whatever we do to Mother Earth, she has her ways and means of compensating and recovering – be it in the form of earthquakes, hurricanes, or volcano eruptions. Mother Earth is strong and resilient. She has outlived the ice ages, the dinosaurs, countless of wars. She will outlive other major disasters. The question is: can we? As big bro has said, our slogan should be “Save the Human Race.”

I fully agree with my philosophical brother. That is why, I am always thinking of ways and mean of saving ourselves in the short- and long-term. Saving ourselves in the short-term means paying attention to our health. Saving ourselves in the long-term means paying attention to what we do to our environment. And there is no reason that we cannot combine these. Here is how:

Walk or cycle. By walking or taking the bike, you do your heart and health a lot of good, at the same time you help decrease carbon emission.

Buy local and fresh. Go for local produce. Local products are less likely to be loaded with chemicals that extend their shelf-life. And they needed less fossil fuel to get to the supermarket shelves. Local produce also needs less packaging, thus less garbage.

If you buy organic, then buy the real organics. If you buy organic, then go for the real organic products that take into consideration not the methods used in the production process but the labor and transport methods as well. From my point of view, a product labeled as organic but has flown thousands of miles to get to my dining table defeats the very principle of organic farming.

Save water. Water is a very precious resource. Every drop counts! Check out these resources: A to Z of water saving tips, BBC News; Water Saving Tips, Sydney Water; American Water and Energy Savers.

Recycle. Everything matters, no matter how small. Save, reuse and recycle.

Keep yourself fit and healthy. The healthier you are, the less you will need in terms of medicine and health services, and the less is your impact on natural environment. Maintaining a healthy weight helps reduce carbon emission. A healthy environment supports a healthy population.

Preserve your health. Preserve our environment. Save the human race.

Traveling tips for families

April 20, 2010 by  
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The volcanic eruption in Iceland has hindered air travel in Europe during the last couple of days. Bad luck for a lot of Swiss families who are scheduled to fly during the start of the Swiss spring holidays. We are one of those families.

And we are among the lucky few who could take off before the Swiss airspace was completely closed last Friday, April 17.

There are however, many people out there who are stranded somewhere. Being an avid travelling, I’m no stranger to be being stuck somewhere. But this has never happened to me when travelling with my kids. I hope this will never ever happen but these are circumstances beyond our control. Today I am bringing you some health tips when travelling, being prepare for all eventualities:

Medications. Hand carry all essential medications enough for a couple of days. In addition, hand carry a clearly written prescription from your doctor. Do not assume you will get access to your check in luggage within a day. Luggage gets lost, planes get grounded. Hand carry optional medications for common health problems such as anti-diarrhea pills, analgesics/antipyretics for pain and fever, and anti-histamines for allergies.

Do not give your children medicine that would make them drowsy (e.g. Benadryl). I know of parents “drugging” their kids so they would sleep on long flights. Such a practice, however, is dangerous and is discouraged by doctors and health authorities.

Ear aches. Give children something to chew/suck during takeoff and landing to prevent ear aches.

Nausea and motion sickness. Some kids would feel nauseous during the flight and throwing up is a common problem. My sons have this problem. There are some anti-nausea medications out there but so far, I haven’t really used them as their side effects might be worse than the original symptom they are treating. The first thing I reach for after fastening the children’s seatbelts is the airsickness bag. Make sure that there is one in the pocket front of you. Keep it easily accessible. All these years, my kids and I got the routine perfectly figured out. The kids are now the ones who willingly check for the bags. Mom is always ready to help. We had two vomiting incidents this trip, without any mess whatsoever. In a previous, when we had one mishap, I was pleasantly surprised how the crew of the airline Emirates handled the situation. They had a vomiting clean up kit ready, complete with gloves, disinfectant, a powder that congealed the mess into manageable form, and got rid of the residual odor. All I had to do was change my son’s clothes. Bravo for this airline.

Change of clothes. Yes, I’ve learned that a change of clothes is always handy to have, not only for the children, but for myself, too.

Thrombosis. Sitting still for long periods of time can play havoc with your cardiovascular health. I am prone to edema in the legs but anti-thrombosis stockings/pressure socks were the one major piece of hand carry luggage I forgot on this trip. I did manage to prevent edema formation by standing up regularly to do stretching exercises. OK, so the other passengers looked at me a little funnily. Who cares? I remember on a flight to Asia once, a group of senior citizens (presumably Chinese) regularly got up, stood on the aisle, and performed Tai chi moves. What a swell idea!

Drink, drink, drink. Finally, keep yourselves hydrated during long-haul flights, not with alcohol or coffee, but with water.

Traveling safely and happily during the Lunar New Year

February 4, 2010 by  
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 The Lunar New Year is just around the corner. The start of the Year of the Tiger falls on February 14 and coincides with Valentine’s Day. For many people, this is going to a very special day, a day to spend with our loved ones even if we have to fly half away across the world.Health authorities are expecting a lot of people to visit Asia for the Lunar New Year celebrations. Here are some recommendations for you to be safe, healthy, and happy during your trip. 

How to have a healthy and happy lunar new year. 

  • Check with a doctor familiar with travel medicine. He or she can tell you what you would need depending on your destination.
  • Get your shots updated. You should take your vaccination records with you so the doctor can check which booster shots you need.
  • Take extra care when traveling with children since the young ones are more susceptible to diseases and are not very particular about hygiene.
  • Be sure you have your necessary medications for the whole duration of the trip. In addition, ask your doctor for a prescription for your drugs with the generic name and dosage clearly printed.
  • Check your health insurance coverage. Does it cover health costs outside your home country?
  • Learn something about the health care system of your destination. Do they have reliable health care facilities?
  • Be sure to take preventive measures.
    • Mosquito-borne diseases. These infections (e.g. malaria, dengue) are common in Asia. Prevention includes mosquito nets and insect repellents.
    • Flu. The flu season is not yet over. Observe strict hygiene, even on the airplane. You are not allowed to carry liquid hand sanitizer on board but wet wipes with disinfectant will do the job as well. Wearing surgical masks is widely accepted in Asia so do not be embarrassed to wear one if required.
    • Food-borne diseases. Traveler’s diarrhea , typhoid fever, and hepatitis A are just a few of the diseases that you can get by consuming contaminated food and water. Pay attention to what you eat.

The Centers for Disease Control and prevention (CDC) is especially concerned about avian or bird flu which originated in Asia. Thus, the following recommendations are given to prevent catching the bird flu: 

Do not go to bird farms or live bird markets. 

Avoid touching— 

Live birds, including chickens, ducks, and wild birds, even if they do not seem sick. 

Dead or sick chickens, ducks, or any other birds. 

Surfaces that have bird droppings, blood, or other body fluids on them. 

Make sure the meat and other foods from birds that you eat, like eggs and poultry blood, are fully cooked. Egg yolks should not be runny or liquid. Visit the Safe Food and Water page on the Travelers’ Health website for more information. 

Keep raw meats away from other foods. 

After touching raw poultry or eggs, wash your hands and all surfaces, dishes, and utensils thoroughly with soap and water. 

Finally, even after you come back home, continue to monitor your and your family’s health for another ten days. Any illnesses within this period might be related to your recent travels. Malaria, on the other hand, can develop months after traveling. Be sure to inform your doctor about your recent travels. 

The CDC gives the following links to resources for Americans traveling abroad but these links contain a lot of useful information for everybody. 

HAPPY NEW YEAR! 

 
 
 
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