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How do digital devices like cell phones, tablets and computer screens affect our visual health? Optometrist and author Dr. Jeffery Anshel appears on the new episode of Healthy Vision™ with Dr. Val Jones to explain how these devices affect our eyes and what we can do to help prevent or reduce the development of vision-related problems when using them. He also identifies some of the common problems he sees in how computer work stations are set up and offers advice on what we can do to minimize or prevent eye strain discomfort and fatigue from computer or small device use. Go to www.acuvue.com/computerquiz and take the “Eye Q’s & Views” Quiz to see if there is anything you can do to help prevent or reduce the development of vision-related problems.
Our guest Dr Terry Tucker with Tucker Vision Center will be discussing with us today a wide variety topics related to healthy vision. He will be discussing Age Realted Macular Degeneration, Computer use related issues, The importance of eye exams for children, different types of contact lenses and some tips for women.
Having healthy vision is important at any age. Comprehensive eye exams will help ensure your eyes are healthy and your vision is the best it can be.
There is a healthy chocolate that is changing the lives of many people. Hear from those who have been changed by this healthy chocolate. Hosted by celebrity chef Charles Mattocks see on such shows as CNN, Dr Oz, The today show and many other well known nationwide shows. Charles share his thoughts and how this had helped his health and how his sharing with others has brought new meaning to his life. For more info on Charles and the chocolate visit http://charlesmattocks.com and for more on the chocolate visit http://newcoolchoc.com
Georgette Taylor will be sharing with us about what it means to live a dynamic life as a healthy woman. Her trails that bought her to this point today!
I am Denise Thomson, founder of Miclknight, where fun, family, health and wellness are one. I am an Author, Speaker, Educator, nurse, Fitness Trainer, TV and Radio Show Host and passionate about healthy living.
What does make us healthy & happy?
digest the food completely
elimination just to mention a few.
What else should you know about the test?
The following are general guidelines. Talk to your doctor about your target cholesterol levels. They may vary depending on your age, gender, health, and risk for certain health problems. Your doctor may recommend the following levels:
Total cholesterol: Lower than 170 mg/dL
LDL cholesterol: Lower than 110 mg/dL “Bad” cholesterol
HDL cholesterol: Higher than 40 mg/dL “Good” cholesterol
Triglycerides: Lower than 130 mg/dL
Why does cholesterol matter?
Your blood pressure.
Whether or not you have diabetes.
Your age, sex, and race.
Whether or not you smoke.
What affects cholesterol levels?
The foods you eat.
Who determines safety of new food ingredients?
How do we eat right?
All these blog talks are related to Get Healthy Now, a full circle healthy life that includes body, soul, and mind/spirit.
Taking steps to protect your eyes is as important as applying sunscreen to protect your skin. Stephen Cohen, O.D., past president of the Arizona Optometric Association, and dermatologist and author Jeanine Downie, M.D., join Dr. Val to talk about the importance of sun protection, and provide tips on keeping eyes and skin healthy year round.
Denise Thomson, founder of Miclknight, where fun, family, health and wellness are one. I am an Author, Speaker, Educator, Nurse, Fitness Trainer, TV and Radio Show Host and passionate about healthy living
Today,s topic is healthy & Happy in the Home and with the Family
A Family that Cooks Together, Stays Together!
Choose the activities according to age.
Use proper tools
Curious Chef; KidKraft; Sassafras Little Cook Children’s Kitchen Tools in Herb Pot Gift Set; Child Size Kitchen, Cookin
Before starting the activity, --> Family meeting. Assign the tasks according to age, skills, etc.
In the kitchen preparing a meal:
Washing the vegetables
Peeling the carrots, potatoes….
Cutting the vegetables
Making a salad…..
Baking a cake or a bread or cookies…..
Setting the table
Putting healthy water in a jug and on the table, etc. etc.
What does this teach us?
And, we spend the quality time together while learning so many different things and having fun.
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Until Next week! Stay Empowered!
#TeamChaplain will discuss the importance of Healthy Vision and Speech Awareness
http://www.fitness.gov/ President's Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition
May 1, 2015 - Presidential Proclamation -- National Physical Fitness and Sports Month, 2015
May 1, 2015 - May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month: A Statement from PCFSN Executive Director Shellie Pfohl
May 1, 2015 - President's Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition Announces 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award Recipients
Asthma is a disease of the lungs in which the airways become blocked or narrowed causing breathing difficulty. This chronic disease affects 25.9 million Americans. Asthma is commonly divided into two types: allergic (extrinsic) asthma and non-allergic (intrinsic) asthma. There is still much research that needs to be done to fully understand how to prevent, treat and cure asthma. But, with proper management, people can live healthy and active lives.
American Speach Hearing Awareness For 2015, the theme is "Early Intervention Counts"
Join Chaplain Jones, Nancy Brunett, LaShanda Lewis, Crystal Bates and Patrina Smalls on www.kgcmradio.com
More than 600,000 eye injuries related to sports and recreation occur each year. More than 40,000 of these require Emergency Room attention and more than one-third of the victims are children. What steps can you take to prevent eye injuries for yourself and your family? Optometrist and researcher Dr. Derek Cunningham and Todd Daniels, Head Athletic Trainer and Conditioning Coach for the Spokane Chiefs hockey team join Dr. Val on the new episode of Healthy Vision™ with Dr. Val Jones to talk about steps you can take to protect your eyes during sports and recreation and how to know if an eye injury is serious enough to require medical attention.
News & Views:
Some of the latest News & Views: statins are good to lower cholesterol. Are they really? What are the side effects?
10 yrs ago, I was put on Statins due to "High Cholesterol".
During this time period, results up and down, never steady.
Yesterday, when I saw a different Dr., --> no more Statins.
Benefits: feeling better, knowing my heart will not suffer from the Statins
Are whole eggs good for you? Do they affect your cholesterol level?
Was the saying: don't eat the egg yolk, it's too high in cholesterol news or views? True or a Myth?
Today's news says that the yolk is healthy and had valuable nutrients.
What are your thoughts, about these news and views?
An estimated 50 million Americans suffer from the miseries of allergies and about 50 percent of individuals with seasonal and indoor allergies also experience some degree of eye symptoms. Leading authority on eye allergies, Paul Karpecki, OD, FAAO, joins Dr. Val to talk about how to identify, treat and manage eye symptoms from seasonal, indoor and pet allergies. He shares his tips to minimize or prevent common eye allergy symptoms from occurring at home, the office, and even in your car.