Month: July 2017

Music and Memory Programs Decrease Use of Medication

If you are a caregiver for someone with Alzheimer’s disease, there is some good news you should be aware of. A recent study has found a positive correlation between the use of music and memory and the behaviors and medication risks associated with memory loss in Alzheimer’s patients. This study was published in the American […]

What Women Need to Know About PCOS and Pregnancy

Seldom does a woman or a couple experience a more joyful season in life than when they learn that their attempts to conceive a child have been successful–that she is pregnant, with a little one scheduled to enter the world in just a matter of months. And yet, with great joy there can sometimes come […]

7 Tools to Process Grief

Testing Your Testimony

Your company, Custom Media, Inc. sells products and  services to businesses and organizations that helps  them promote their brand/image in the marketplace.  You specialize in helping your clients position themselves  uniquely, through placements of advertising as well as direct  mail programs, and other original marketing strategies.

Could Shift Work Damage Your DNA?

This study links melatonin to 8-OH-dG which repairs DNA damage.   Night shift workers show lower levels than day shift workers for the amount of 8-OH-dG in their urine.   Is it possible that this lowered level could contribute to lack of DNA repair which could contribute to cancer and other diseases? Working at night […]

7 Things To Eat To Keep You Hydrated This Summer

From our parents, to our science teachers, from cheesy public service announcement commercials to the literature found in doctor’s offices across the country… drinking water as a “fuel” to hydrate our bodies is constantly drilled into our heads. And, no one in their right mind should dispute those beneficial claims. After all, our bodies are […]

Extreme Temperatures May Increase Risk for Low Birth Weight at Term

A National Institutes of Health study of US Women shows that extreme temperatures throughout pregnancy causes low birth weight of the newborn baby. The condition occurs when temperatures are either abnormally warm or cold during the third trimester or for the entire pregnancy. It is recommended that pregnant women limit their time out in extreme […]

As People Age, The Factors That Drive Depression May Shift

Depending on ones age and what personal issues they have going on in life depression can affect them differently. The study on this included a range of people from age eighteen all the way until ninety-three and found that while there are some similar issues that cause depression, some that are unique to individuals and […]

Keeping Your Word – Matthew 5:37

Matthew 5:37 says to, “Let your ‘Yes’ be ‘Yes,’ and your ‘No,’ ‘No’; anything beyond this comes from the evil one.”

Sinus Trouble Can Lead to Depression, Lost Work

Chronic rhino sinusitis or (CRS) is a condition where those effected experience consistent symptoms of a sinus infection. In some cases there is a vicious cycle where those experiencing CRS are in turn depressed due to the consistency of their plaguing symptoms. These depressed individuals experiencing CRS are much more likely to miss obligations like […]