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Healthy Lifestyle Rewards 2011 – Video


Healthy Lifestyle Rewards 2011
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50 Ideas for a Healthy Lifestyle that take 10 Minutes or …

What is a Healthy Lifestyle?

According to a study by Michigan State University, a healthy lifestyle is defined by four basic criteria:

Of the 153,000 respondents, only 3% participated in all four of what are termed healthy lifestyle characteristics.

We have millions of people now going through adult life leading unhealthy lifestyles and a medical system that can treat illnesses and keep you alive longer than ever before, said Mathew Reeves, a Michigan State University epidemiologist. If we dont turn this around, the costs to society are going to be crippling.

What can be done to help people change?

Everyone talks about achieving it, but most people have plenty of excuses as to why they cant, wont, or dont want to change their current status. The most common excuse people make for not trying to have a healthy lifestyle is a lack of time.

Yes Dorothy, excuses are real and they are contagious.

Time and health always seem to be at odds with each other. We have time to work, time to commute, time for our business associates, but very little time to spend on ourselves, people we love, or even random people who deserve our attention.

What can you do in 10 minutes or less? More than you think. In a brief 10 minute window you can release tension, prevent future frustrations, get your blood flowing, etc. In fact, here are 50 things you can do. With time out as an excuse, what are you going to begin doing differently tomorrow? I dont care what it is, the point is, just do something!

Here are some ideas. If you have other thoughts, leave them in the comments!

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Healthy Lifestyle Key to NCD Prevention

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN: Health service providers are urged to be prepared in meeting health challenges. They must not only ensure the continuous better health care and well-being of the people, but more importantly, strive to improve the services, clinical procedures and also management, said the Minister of Health yesterday during the Inaugural of the Brunei Darussalam Cardiac Society and the Cardiology Symposium.

In his address, Yang Berhormat Pehin Orang Kaya Johan Pahlawan Dato Seri Setia Awg Hj Adanan Begawan Pehin Siraja Khatib Dato Seri Setia Awg Hj Md Yusof said cardiovascular and other non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are one of the leading causes of death worldwide. Yang Berhormat Pehin explained that most NCDs can be prevented by means of early detection of risk factors and adopting healthy lifestyle.

In this regard, he said his Ministry is working relentlessly to promote awareness and understanding about the importance of health care measures through prevention and control of chronic diseases as well as NCD's, through various healthy lifestyle programme being held from time to time.

Yang Berhormat Pehin added, the cardiology services have been expanding over the years and the quality of service has improved tremendously. Advanced cardiac procedures are already performed in the country.

Meanwhile, the Brunei Darussalam Cardiac Society was formed early this year, bringing together international speakers from across ASEAN to give lectures on various important cardiology related topics.

The objectives of the Society were to advance the science and art of cardiology in Brunei, and to achieve international standards of best practice for cardiology. It also promotes education, research and training in cardiology and related disciplines to enhance the professional status of cardiology, advocate high standards of practice and professional conduct.

The function saw the presentation of the Cardiac Society Awards to experts who have made contributions to cardiology services in the country. More than two hundred and fifty participants attended the two-day symposium.

Meanwhile in a media conference, the President of the Brunei Darussalam Cardiac Society said that the groups existence has helped to raise awareness on cardiac diseases. In the conference, Dato Dr Isham Jaafar also stressed that the cardiac society also acts as a guide in improving cardiology practises in the country and related disciplines apart from responding to the titah made by His Majesty the Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Muizzaddin Waddaulah, the Sultan and the Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam in relation to the issue.

The Brunei Darussalam Cardiac Society was endorsed by the Registrar of Associations early this year and has more than sixty members including doctors, nurses and allied professionals in the field. The association's objective is to improve cardiovascular health which can only be achieved through education, research, quality control and knowledge sharing especially among ASEAN member nations.

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Healthy Fontana program receives donation during Doctors Day presentation

In honor of National Doctors Day, Southern California Permanente Medical Group (SCPMG) recently announced two significant donations in San Bernardino County.

The first donation is that of time -- more than 3,000 volunteer hours donated by SCPMG physicians to local community clinics since 2010. What began as a few physicians volunteering at one clinic that year has evolved into more than 30 physicians volunteering at five local safety net clinics providing free medical care to more than 2,700 underserved and uninsured patients in San Bernardino County. The physicians now regularly volunteer at Kids Come First Community Health Center in Ontario, Bloomington Community Health Center in Bloomington, and H Street Clinic and Al-Shifa Clinic in San Bernardino.

The second is a monetary donation to two local non-profit community organizations -- one for $4,000 to Healthy Fontana and the other for $2,500 to Healthy in Pomona.

Healthy Fontana will use the funds for its Lets Get Fit on the Trail program. The donation will fund outdoor physical fitness equipment to be placed along the Pacific Electric Trail in Fontana, between Sierra and Cypress avenues.

The mission of the Healthy Fontana program is to promote a healthy lifestyle, teach smart nutrition choices, and work toward the creation of an active, livable community to improve the quality of life for Fontana residents.

Healthy Fontana aims to improve the overall health of all Fontana residents; however, the program makes an effort to ensure that the city's most underserved populations, including those which are low-income and at higher risk for experiencing health problems, receive the services they need to improve their quality of life.

This donation aims to help children, adults, and seniors increase their physical activity in a fun and safe way.

Southern California Permanente Medical Group physicians are committed to creating healthier communities, said Dr. David Quam, area medical director and chief of staff. We seek ways to make a positive impact on local organizations that promote active living. These donations are gifts from all of our exceptionally caring doctors to the members of our communities.

Physician volunteers were also recognized at the Doctors Day events. The Physician Volunteer Engagement Program supports Kaiser Permanentes social mission of caring for the communities it serves, and is led by Michael Takehara, MD, assistant area medical director. It is part of the medical centers Community Benefit program, which supports the Safety Net of nonprofit community clinics throughout San Bernardino County. The Physician Volunteer Engagement Program augments the clinics primary care, and provides specialty care in the fields of dermatology, nephrology, orthopedics, rheumatology, physical medicine, facial and plastic surgery, psychiatry and neurology in addition to health education and advice.

This is the second year in a row that SCPMG physicians in San Bernardino County have made major donations on National Doctors Day. Last year, donations totaling $5,000 were made to the Ontario Wheelhouse and Redlands Bike BBQ, both non-profit organizations which support cycling.

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Healthy Lifestyle Lounge Fitness Sessions – Video


Healthy Lifestyle Lounge Fitness Sessions
Have a sneak preview of how the Healthy Lifestyle Lounge is impacting the Melbourne CBD and transforming lives of the Melbourne community with their health ...

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**My Healthy Lifestyle: HUGE changes update, Diet, Exercise & Juicing** – Video


**My Healthy Lifestyle: HUGE changes update, Diet, Exercise Juicing**
Hey guys so i #39;ve been posting a lot lately on my instagram and facebook about my new #39;healthy lifestyle/weight loss #39; initiative. It #39;s been about a month and ...

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Healthy Lifestyle | Los Angeles CA | tennis tournament california | Southern California Tennis Assoc – Video


Healthy Lifestyle | Los Angeles CA | tennis tournament california | Southern California Tennis Assoc
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CADA Launches new Committed Campaign, encouraging teens to be substance free.

March 2014 The Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse has launched a new student led campaign supporting teens committed to a healthy lifestyle by staying alcohol and drug free. The Committed Campaign replaces Free for the Weekend and signifies a shift by CADA to engage both teens and their parents in the fight against substanceabuse.

Students in CADAs Friday Night Live, a youth leadership program, came up with the Committed name and designed the wristbands, underwritten by Union Bank. Alondra Broeffle, a member of Friday Night Live, says wearing the wristbands represents, that we dont have to do drugs and alcohol to have fun. The group believes there are plenty of other options for having a good time. Breana Jimenez explains, We love going to the beach, hiking, or really just hanging with friends and doing nothing, andNetflix!

Others in the group have had personal experiences with alcohol and drug abuse. One teen says her older brother was arrested and sent to a treatment program for substance abuse. She says as a result, I learned what I didnt want to do by watching my brother. Also, I didnt want my parents toworry.

Student leaders will launch the campaign in local schools beginning April 7th and plan to distribute over five-thousand Committed wristbands to their peers. Youth-led classroom presentations will engage hundreds of students in conversation about the risks associated with underage drinking and substance use while lunchtime activities and pledging will highlight the benefits of committing to a healthy lifestyle. Parents are also encouraged to participate in the Committed Campaign by signing a parent-pledge available on the CADAwebsite.

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Healthy lifestyle PR (UNITEN) – Video


Healthy lifestyle PR (UNITEN)

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Up Your Game: Habits To Kick To Stay Healthy – Video


Up Your Game: Habits To Kick To Stay Healthy
Charles #39;Ups Your Game #39; by sharing which habits to kick to life a healthy lifestyle.

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