Hydrotherapy Treadmills Market Pin-Point Analyses of Market Competition Dynamics to Offer You a Competitive Edge

Hydrotherapy Treadmills Market Pin-Point Analyses of Market Competition Dynamics to Offer You a Competitive Edge

Hydrotherapy Treadmills Market reports provide crucial insights that facilitate the CEOs, Investors, Product Managers, Director, Traders, Business Specialists and Executives to draft their policies on varied parameters as well as expansion, acquisition and new product launch also as analyzing and understanding the market growth, trends and 6 forces forecast(2019-2025).Hydrotherapy Treadmills industry report offers in-depth analysis of worldwide topmost key manufacturers (Hydro Physio, Aqquatix, Dynamika, H2O For Fitness, Hydrorider, PHYSIO-TECH, POOLBIKING, Poolstar, SwimEx, Waterflex) to define, describe and analyze the Company Profiles,…

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Should You Try the MIND Diet to Preserve Your Brain’s Health After a Stroke?

Should You Try the MIND Diet to Preserve Your Brain’s Health After a Stroke?

When it comes to heart health, the Mediterranean diet is the winner. The DASH diet is the best choice for patients with high blood pressure. Both diets have shown some ability to protect the brain from cognitive decline. Now it appears that a diet composed of those brain-beneficial foods may help shield stroke survivors from developing dementia within 10 years after their stroke. The eating regimen, known as the Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay (MIND) diet, emphasizes specific foods to…

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How to Know If You Should See an Esthetician or a Dermatologist

How to Know If You Should See an Esthetician or a Dermatologist

In a perfect world, our skin would be all of the following at all times: clear, glowing, and healthy. However, until that world actually exists, we must figure out how to make our skin happy on our own—and when to call in the big guns if necessary, like a dermatologist or an esthetician. If you’ve ever gotten a facial or an eyebrow wax, you’ve probably seen an esthetician. And if you’ve ever gotten a skin check, you’ve…

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Is a Jacuzzi right for me: The how’s and why’s of hydrotherapy

Is a Jacuzzi right for me: The how’s and why’s of hydrotherapy

Hydrotherapy has a remarkable range of physical and mental benefits, including boosting cardiovascular health, relaxing muscle tension, soothing arthritic joints, and improving sleep quality. (Photo: Courtesy Imagine Backyard Living) Throughout human history, most of the world’s civilizations have been built around water. In ancient Mesopotamia, healers were known as “water connoisseurs.” Greek myths referred to the “water of life” flowing through rivers and natural springs. Hippocrates theorized at length about the health benefits and consequences of…

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Dietary supplements are a waste of money for most seeking to avoid dementia, experts say

Dietary supplements are a waste of money for most seeking to avoid dementia, experts say

Sales of purported brain-health supplements such as fish oil and jellyfish are expected to reach $5.8 billion by 2023, but in a report released recently, an AARP panel of brain experts called them a huge waste of money for healthy seniors seeking to avoid or reverse dementia. “The market is so large they get by without rigorous documentation of the efficacy of their products,” says neurologist Ronald Petersen, director of the Mayo Clinic Alzheimer’s Disease…

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Satta bazaar also roots for a Modi comeback

Satta bazaar also roots for a Modi comeback

Saffron remains the safest bet. With less than a week to go for counting day, the odds are pretty well stacked up against the Congress in major betting centres across the nation. In Mumbai, the satta bazaar (betting market) gives 238-241 seats to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), a punt ditto in Delhi in the 17th Lok Sabha. The betting market predicts 78-81 seats for the Congress in India’s financial capital while 79-81 seats in…

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The MIND diet: Can you eat your way to a healthier brain?

The MIND diet: Can you eat your way to a healthier brain?

Every 65 seconds, someone in the United States develops Alzheimer’s. So in the time it takes you to read this article, five people will have developed the disease. Alarming? Yes, but what if there was a diet that could help slow cognitive decline by targeting brain protective foods that combat the causes of dementia-related diseases? The MIND diet Martha Clare Morris, Ph.D., from Rush University and her colleagues conducted a Memory and Aging Project (MAP) on over…

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When a news photographer becomes the news in India

When a news photographer becomes the news in India

P. Ravikumar, a freelance photographer on assignment, performs CPR on a child who collapsed in a makeshift pool of coloured water while taking part in Holi celebrations in Chennai. (Photo: Reuters) It all happened in a flash. Barely 10 minutes after reaching a public gathering that was held in a large tent to celebrate the Indian festival of Holi, I was performing CPR on a boy who had suddenly collapsed in a makeshift pool of…

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