Epoch Wellness, LLC

Epoch Wellness, LLC provides comprehensive on-site wellness education and testing.

Mission: To educate and support anyone who is interested in improving their health and wellness.

nytimes.com

Opinion | Who Is Most Likely to Die From the Coronavirus?

This illustrates the Social Gradient. People who earn less are less healthy primarily as a result of their resources. There are policies which can be implemented to decrease these health disparities, if our policymakers have the courage to take it on.

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usatoday.com

As obesity's link to COVID-19 grows, one family that lost 24-year-old daughter diets together

The better a person's components of health fitness are when a virus strikes, the better their prognosis. We cannot bank improvements to our health, we have to do our best to improve them and then maintain those levels throughout our life cycle.

usatoday.com The extra weight on people in the 40-plus BMI range who contract COVID-19 increases the chance they will require hospitalization, likely in the ICU.

It's simply a precaution to protect us all...

wsj.com

We Actually Know What We Should Eat

Peronalization isn't possible without accurate body composition analysis and personalized professional consultation.
Today it begins...

wsj.com

Our counseling services are personalized to match each client's lifestyle and health & wellness goals.

getpocket.com

Why It Was Easier to Be Skinny in the 1980s - The Atlantic - Pocket

This brief article and the three likely factors (plus artificial sweeteners) contributing to weight gain are precisely why we ALL should be reading ingredient labels, and avoiding (minimizing at a minimum) the substances cited.

getpocket.com A study finds that people today who eat and exercise the same amount as people 20 years ago are still fatter.

salon.com

American health care system costs four times more to run than Canada's single-payer system: Study

No system is perfect. But ours is unsustainable.

salon.com Average Americans pay $2,497 a year for insurance overhead and admin costs, while Canadians pay just $551

americanbonehealth.org

Optimizing Peak Bone Mass in Children - American Bone Health

90% of peak bone mass is developed in females by age 18 and by age 20 in males. Decreased physical activity negatively impacts nearly ALL organ systems.

americanbonehealth.org Between the ages of 9–14, children will develop more bone then they will ever lose in their lifetime. They need help focusing on their bone health and most importantly, their bone development. Making the most of a peak bone mass may help reduce the risk of fractures and osteoporosis in early adult...

msn.com

‘It’s Not Fine’: Black Mothers And Babies Are Dying In Ohio

If you think Universal Healthcare is too expensive, explain it to the families left behind...

msn.com Black mothers and babies are dying at staggering rates in Ohio and around the country.

wsj.com

98.6 Degrees Fahrenheit Isn’t the Average Any More

Up to date health information you probably won't see on your local news.

wsj.com For nearly 150 years, 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit has been the accepted standard temperature. But at least two dozen modern studies have concluded the number is too high.

usatoday.com

Do you really need to walk 10,000 steps a day? Experts say there's a better goal

Increased physical activity is about more than the number of steps you take. Precisely when the current standard was originated as a marketing tool, with no scientific basis.

usatoday.com If you’re just trying to maintain a base level of health, or starting a path to more exercise, 10,000 steps may be too many.

cincinnati.com

‘Let’s Talk’: Is running as hard on your legs and joints as people say?

We've got 1-5 millimeters of articular cartilage covering the ends of the bones that make up our freely moving joints. If we consistently over train (especially without proper recovery intervals), we're increasing the likelihood of osteoarthritis.

cincinnati.com Contrary to popular belief, running isn’t damaging to your joints — here’s what is

nytimes.com

Crisis Looms in Antibiotics as Drug Makers Go Bankrupt

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nytimes.com First Big Pharma fled the field, and now start-ups are going belly up, threatening to stifle the development of new drugs.

pbs.org

Column: Insurance carriers may worsen rural disparities in health care

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pbs.org In a recent study, researchers found that as distance from cities increased, access worsened significantly. Consumers had fewer providers to choose from, and had to travel further to see them.

nytimes.com

Denmark Raises Antibiotic-Free Pigs. Why Can’t the U.S.?

Inquiring minds want to know...

nytimes.com American pigs are raised on a liberal diet of antibiotics, fueling the rise of resistant germs. Danish pork producers are proving there’s a better way.

pbs.org

Americans are drowning in medical debt, so this nonprofit is buying — and forgiving — it

We are better than this.

pbs.org Collectively, Americans owe nearly a trillion dollars of medical debt, and Congress is trying to figure out a policy response. But in the meantime, economics correspondent Paul Solman reports on an unusual non-profit’s effort to relieve the burden of medical debt for those in need.

cbsnews.com

Woman says her son couldn't afford his insulin – now he's dead

We are better than this. There a Americans dying of sepsis because they can't afford dental work.

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/mother-fights-for-lower-insulin-prices-after-sons-tragic-death/

Nicole Smith-Holt's son started trying to ration his insulin to make it last longer. It wasn't enough.

Ya understand...?

Try vinegar. It won't kill you.

dispatch.com

Insulin prices double, pinching diabetics' budgets

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dispatch.com People with Type 1 diabetes spent $5,705 per person on insulin in 2016 the latest year for which data was compiled by the nonprofit Health Care Cost

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Fight to STAY healthy 💪

nytimes.com

Denmark Raises Antibiotic-Free Pigs. Why Can’t the U.S.?

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nytimes.com American pigs are raised on a liberal diet of antibiotics, fueling the rise of resistant germs. Danish pork producers are proving there’s a better way.

getpocket.com

Why It Was Easier to Be Skinny in the 1980s - The Atlantic - Pocket

We can't ignore the correlations between the increased exposure to chemicals (medications, pesticides, hormones) and declining health.

getpocket.com A study finds that people today who eat and exercise the same amount as people 20 years ago are still fatter.

pbs.org

First CRISPR treatment for sickle cell, other blood disease shows early benefits in two patients

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pbs.org The first two patients to receive a CRISPR-based treatment for the inherited blood disorders sickle cell disease and beta thalassemia have benefited from the experimental therapy and experienced only temporary and treatable side effects.

aljazeera.com

US ranks #1 in the world for sky-high cost of vital medicines

The price of Lisinopril (antihypertensive) was 2,682% higher than the global median.

aljazeera.com New study on global drug prices finds that Americans have by far the most expensive medication - from Lipitor to Xanax.

We are all villains in someone else's story.

nytimes.com

Sneeze Into Your Elbow, Not Your Hand. Please.

Please, and thank you.

nytimes.com Some people have not yet gotten the official public health advice that sneezing into your sleeve (if you don’t have a tissue) will stop the spread of infectious germs.

pbs.org

Why overuse of antibiotics is a massive, 'staggering' problem in health care

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pbs.org A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicates that we are losing ground in the battle against so-called superbugs -- the harmful or deadly bacteria resistant to nearly all our antibiotic defenses. William Brangham talks to Dr. Arjun Srinivasan, who works on infection con...

nytimes.com

Avoid Burnout Before You’re Already Burned Out

Ya understand...?

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/06/smarter-living/avoid-burnout-work-tips.html?smtyp=cur&smid=fb-nytimes&fbclid=IwAR3g6iGUAWQneBT49p5JThla7zAkGp19xo9qFMITjWQf6qNw2ur_v1UHhVY

nytimes.com You don’t have to be ready to throw in the towel to improve things at work. These small changes can go a long way.

pbs.org

Amid roiling health care debate, the share of uninsured Americans is growing

We are better than this...

pbs.org Health care is a top 2020 political issue. Democratic candidates are debating whether to build upon the Affordable Care Act, or 'Obamacare,' or replace it with Medicare for All. Meanwhile, President Trump wants to dismantle the ACA entirely. As millions of Americans enter the time of year when they....

nytimes.com

How Walking Might Affect Our Sleep

If you're opportunistic about your physical activity throughout your day, you can easily exceed caloric output for a 30-45 minute bout of moderate intensity exercise.

nytimes.com Among middle-aged men and women who took about 7,000 steps a day, covering even a little extra ground was tied to better sleep.

wsj.com

Heart-Failure Deaths Rise, Contributing to Worsening Life Expectancy

Increased physical activity = health insurance.

wsj.com

usatoday.com

Johnson & Johnson recalls baby powder after discovering small amounts of asbestos

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usatoday.com Johnson & Johnson is recalling a batch of its baby powder after discovering small amounts of chrysotile asbestos in the product.

msn.com

Man drives five hours for surgery insurance won't cover

We have to be better than this. Not covering a hernia surgery?

msn.com

nytimes.com

The Huge Waste in the U.S. Health System

Meanwhile the health status of tens of millions of Americans continue to decline.

nytimes.com A study finds evidence for how to reduce some of it, but also a large blind spot on how to remove the rest.

nytimes.com

Scientist Who Discredited Meat Guidelines Didn’t Report Past Food Industry Ties

Misinfornation and greed have contributed to many Americans struggle to make healthy choices sin the middle of the 20th century.

nytimes.com The lead researcher, Bradley C. Johnston, said he was not required to report his past relationship with a powerful industry trade group.

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