Only 10% of American adults regularly practice good health habits
There are a few basic habits that can improve health, but many of us say we are too busy for them.
The results of an American Heart Association AHA) presented in March indicate that only 12% of American adults regularly practice all these healthy habits: good nutrition, exercise and oral care. Among those who cited an excuse for not keeping good habits, the main culprit was the lack of time.
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Role of feeding in the appearance of polyps It is quite likely that certain foods and beverages contribute to the appearance of intestinal polyps, especially frequent and excessive consumption of alcohol, red or processed meats - especially if prepared at high temperatures or direct action of red-hot fire.
As health professionals and consumers celebrate Arthritis Awareness Month in May, dentists remind patients and caregivers to pay attention to the link between periodontal disease and arthritis rheumatoid arthritis. Studies have shown that people with RA are more likely to have periodontal disease compared to those who do not have this chronic inflammatory joint disease.