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  • Living a Longer Life!

    Living a Longer Life!

    Posted by Phil Heler, MD on Friday, January 17th, 2020

    What if I told you that you could increase your life expectancy without chronic illness? It's thought woman can gain a further 10 years, and men a further 7 if they exercise regularly, drink in moderation, have a healthy weight, good diet and don't smoke.

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  • January is Veganuary!

    January is Veganuary!

    Posted by Phil Heler, MD on Friday, January 10th, 2020

    This week Phil is back in the saddle and writing a diet related article. With more people signing up to veganuary each year veganism is a rapidly growing lifestyle choice. Phil discusses the benefits of the diet in comparison to others.

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  • New Year – New Resolutions

    New Year – New Resolutions

    Posted by Phil Heler, MD on Friday, January 3rd, 2020

    While Phil takes a well-earned rest, Tracy writes about her new year resolutions to form new habits of thinking positively and being kind to herself and offers some helpful hints and tips on how you can achieve this too.

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  • Tension-Type Headache and Cervicogenic Headache

    Tension-Type Headache and Cervicogenic Headache

    Posted by Phil Heler, MD on Friday, December 20th, 2019

    The most common headaches are tension-type headache and cervicogenic headache.

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  • Migraine Physiology and its Relationship with Stress

    Migraine Physiology and its Relationship with Stress

    Posted by Phil Heler, MD on Friday, December 13th, 2019

    There's very little written about migraine physiology, or what a migraine looks like.

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  • Movember & Men’s Health; Men are twice as likely to suffer a Heart Attack

    Movember & Men’s Health; Men are twice as likely to suffer a Heart Attack

    Posted by Phil Heler, MD on Friday, November 29th, 2019

    Coronary heart disease is the UK's leading cause of death, and 110,000 men suffer a heart attack each year with the disease striking men almost 2 decades earlier than it does in women.

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