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HTG Discusses Hemorrhoid Treatment for College Students

HTG Discusses Hemorrhoid Treatment for College Students










(PRWEB) January 04, 2014

Though many associate hemorrhoids with a specific age group or lifestyle, the condition is not a discriminatory one, and can affect people of all ages and lifestyles. To corroborate this, Hemorrhoid Treatment Group discussed hemorrhoid treatment options for college students, bearing the January 2nd Boston Globe article titled “Insurance Costs to Fall for Many Students” in mind. The article revealed the increasing likelihood of healthcare costs dropping for students, citing Massachusetts among the leader in developing more affordable healthcare options for young students unable to remain on their parents’ healthcare plans.

In the Boston Globe article, Marcella Bombardieri discussed Massachusetts healthcare for college students, revealing the measures being taken to ensure that students are able to receive affordable healthcare. Though the issue had long been plaguing Massachusetts, it wasn’t until students were revealed to have been dropping out of school due to high healthcare costs that the state began to pay attention to student needs, and began taking measures to allow students to find affordable healthcare while remaining in school.

College students, though many are in their teens and twenties, are not exempt from worry over contracting hemorrhoids—largely due to poor diets and high stress levels. Hemorrhoid Treatment Group encouraged college students suspected of having hemorrhoids (including any students experiencing pain or blood during bowel movements, and heat or swelling on or around the rectum) to consider their healthcare options. This may include using a parent’s insurance policy if under the age of 26, for some. For others who may be living out of state or unable to qualify for their parents’ health insurance, there are often university-based healthcare coverage plans. These are generally aimed toward students with little to no money, and are often affordable or offered at no cost. For all others, a private or public health insurance plan may be an option. As healthcare regulations change and alterations take effect in 2014, students may qualify for low-premium coverage, allowing students to find affordable, effective hemorrhoid treatment.

Marcella Bombardieri is a Boston Globe reporter. Her work is limited to higher education, providing news reports for higher education institutions and state and federal regulations as they relate to students. She has worked for the Boston Globe since 1999 as a staff correspondent.

Hemorrhoid Treatment Group encourages college students to seek insurance options when in need of hemorrhoid treatment. These options range in both coverage and ease of use, and may include a parent’s insurance, or university-based coverage. Though many college students fail to recognize their propensity for illness or health complications, securing a reliable healthcare plan is an essential aspect of transitioning into adulthood. For those in need of surgical or medical hemorrhoid treatment, health insurance is pivotal.

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Just announced from SpaDays.com a new ?Bath House Signature Spa Treatment for One.?

Just announced from SpaDays.com a new “Bath House Signature Spa Treatment for One.”











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(PRWEB UK) 25 December 2013

Just announced from SpaDays.com, a new “Bath House Signature Spa Treatment for One.” Guests will enjoy a full body aromatherapy massage as well as access to the relaxing spa facilities.

With its fine architecture, this renowned spa provides a holistic haven for guests who are seeking to relax and unwind. The Spa at the Royal Crescent Spa Hotel offers guests an oasis of rest and rejuvenation. The spa features a 12-metre relaxation pool is heated to 32 degrees centigrade and offers a comprehensive range of spa treatments and alternative therapies. In addition the hotel offers a gym with free weights and fitness equipment including the wonderfully useful Power Plate. This gym also overlooks the hotels private garden which is secluded behind lush hedges.

Focusing on the natural elements of Earth, Air, Fire and Water, The Spa embraces both Ancient and Modern day spa traditions. Set within the beautiful Georgian buildings that make up the Royal Crescent Hotel in the town of Bath, this little known gem is truly a secret to be shared. With an extensive range of spa therapies using world renowned product ranges, we are able to transport your body peace and tranquility and soothe the mind, body & spirit.

This Bath House Spa Signature Treatment is a specially-tailored selection of beauty treatments to relax, cleanse and revitalise. The first 45 minutes is divided between visits to the wet and dry heat Karahfus (steam and sauna), relaxation in the teak lined tubs and a full body sea salt and essential oil exfoliation. A pampering full body aromatherapy massage follows, guaranteed to leave guests feeling invigorated and refreshed.

Dan Jones, Operations Manager for SpaDays.com said, “The luxury Bath House Spa is located at the Royal Crescent, in the heart of the town of Bath. Its holistic waters will ease tired muscles and melt away the stresses of daily life.”

Please visit the SpaDays.com website for more information on this “Bath House Spa Treatment” and for other special offers like it.































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Probiotic Action Issues Statement Regarding the Usage of Probiotics and Cancer Treatment

Probiotic Action Issues Statement Regarding the Usage of Probiotics and Cancer Treatment











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Miami, FL (PRWEB) December 24, 2013

On December 17, 2013, Probiotic Action issued a statement regarding the findings of a recent study which revealed that probiotics could potentially help cancer patients who were undergoing treatment survive the sometimes lethal effects of those chemotherapy treatments.

The article, published by NaturalNews.com, related the findings of a study where mice were given what should have been lethal doses of chemotherapy. Some of the mice were given a substance called “Rspo1” or “R-spondon1,” which “activates stem cell production within your own intestinal walls, and these stem cells are like super tissue regeneration machines that rebuild damaged tissues faster than the chemotherapy can destroy them.” As the article sums up in one of the simplified main findings, “Probiotics may protect and support the intestinal stem cells that help cancer patients survive toxic chemotherapy.”

Probiotic Action spokesperson Fernando Perez says that the findings, although very early on, are quite promising. He says, “Clearly many different factors are at play when someone is being treated for cancer. But keeping the body as healthy as possible during the process may be one overlooked aspect. Since so much of the body’s immune system is based in the stomach, it makes sense that probiotics could be used to provide a natural defense when the body is experiencing something as traumatic as cancer treatments.”

Perez goes on to say, “These findings, though in the very early stages, show a great deal of promise. Probiotics mean many things to different people. For some, they represent the next stage in natural acne treatment. But for others, someday, it could prove to be a life and death difference when being treated for cancer.”

Probiotic Action, a pioneer in using probiotics for acne, follows all probiotic-associated products to collect information in order to help educate the public on the power of probiotics for skin care and overall health. For more information, please visit ProbioticAction.com.











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Tis? the Season? To Get Sober at Back2Basics Treatment Center

Tis’ the Season… To Get Sober at Back2Basics Treatment Center











Corrigan and the B2B residents strike a pose after finishing a run at Arizona Snowbowl.


Flagstaff, Arizona (PRWEB) December 21, 2013

Back2Basics outdoor adventure rehabilitation center is putting away the surfboards and kayaks, and taking out the skis and snowboards for the winter season.

“Flagstaff is centrally located allowing Back2Basics the ability to continue our outdoor trips throughout the winter,” Residential Supervisor, Chase Christensen said. “Having four distinct seasons gives us the opportunity to explore many different disciplines of outdoor activities.”

Kaylie Corrigan, Back2Basic’s Outdoor Supervisor, is in charge of planning activities year round, which she says is easy to do while living in Flagstaff. “I love trip planning during the winter season, because I can choose from so many varying climates. We can be skiing one week and hiking in 70 degree weather down south the next.”

Some of the winter activities already on the B2B agenda this season include fat-tire snow biking, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, snow shelter camping, skiing and snowboarding.

“Winter at 7,000 feet is something that our predominant demographic doesn’t get to experience that often,” Corrigan said. “Many of our residents, who are from coastal towns, probably feel like they’re taking an extended vacation in a foreign country. Winter in Flagstaff gives them the opportunity to experience and try new things that they otherwise would have probably never had the chance to try.”

Corrigan believes the varying climates in Arizona and neighboring states keep the outdoor adventure program interesting for residents.

“The best part about living in Flagstaff? Once we get our fill of the snow, we can head south!” Christensen said. “We are planning to backpack the Superstition Mountains, climb at the Red Rocks State Park in Nevada and explore the Conchise Stronghold in the Dragoon Mountains later in the winter season. We chase weather, adventure, and new experiences that excite the spirit.”























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Hemorrhoid Treatment Group Discusses Hemorrhoid Prevention During Pregnancy

Hemorrhoid Treatment Group Discusses Hemorrhoid Prevention During Pregnancy










New York, NY (PRWEB) December 26, 2013

Hemorrhoid Treatment Group discussed hemorrhoid prevention and care during and after pregnancy. This discussion came as a result of the December 11th People.com article, entitled “The Dos and Don’ts of Your Pregnancy Workout.” The article revealed the best exercises for expectant women, focusing on the need to avoid unnecessary strain. Indeed, as women gain weight and feel increasing strain on their bodies, hemorrhoids may develop. Several precautions may be taken to avoid developing hemorrhoid issues. Prevention options are generally natural in essence, and may be adopted as simple habits during and following pregnancy.

Harley Pasternak, a personal trainer and regular writer for People.com, acknowledged the increasing obsession women have with post-baby body routines, and encouraged women to begin preparing for a healthy lifestyle during pregnancy through sticking to a simple, healthy exercise routine. His greatest suggestion was to continue to move- through walking or easy exercise moves- and to avoid excessive strain on the stomach and legs.

Just as Pasternak suggested, pregnancy places strain on a woman’s body. However, many women fail to acknowledge this strain and continue to carry out daily functions as they would if they were not pregnant. Doing so may result in a painful pregnancy, including the onset of hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids are also common after giving birth due to the strain of natural delivery. Hemorrhoid Treatment Group encouraged women to abide by some rules to prevent the onset of hemorrhoids. Among these is, as Pasternak said, to take extra care while exercising. Although exercise is necessary in maintaining a strong and healthy pregnancy, overdoing it can result in complications, including hemorrhoids. When exercising, do not attempt any movements that place strain on the stomach, upper legs, or gluteus. Hemorrhoid treatment is often not exceedingly painful or difficult, but may be avoided altogether. In addition, maintain a healthy diet to promote regular digestion and the proper development of fecal matter; eat plenty of fiber and readily digestible foods such as fruits and vegetables. Finally, develop a healthy understanding of the birth process, including how to breathe and push properly. Doing so may prevent the onset of hemorrhoids caused by excessive strain.

Harley Pasternak is a personal trainer and writer for People.com. He has dedicated his professional career to teaching his clients how to eat properly and how to exercise to maintain a healthy, motivated lifestyle.

Hemorrhoid Treatment Group discussed the importance of and ways in which pregnant women can care for their bodies in order to prevent the onset of hemorrhoids. Though these methods may not guarantee hemorrhoid prevention, a healthy diet, regular, appropriate exercise, and proper birth technique will assist in avoiding hemorrhoid onset. While hemorrhoid treatment is typically not invasive, most women would prefer to avoid the ailment altogether.

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New York Vein Treatment Center Publishes New Article Detailing Life With Untreated Varicose Veins

New York Vein Treatment Center Publishes New Article Detailing Life With Untreated Varicose Veins











Seeking Treatment for Vein Disease


New York, NY (PRWEB) December 26, 2013

The New York Vein Treatment Center is announcing the publication of a new article on implications of untreated vein disease. According to the Manhattan based vein center, varicose veins are an indication of an underlying circulation disorder, and are far more than just a cosmetic problem.

Dr. Lev Khitin of the New York Vein Treatment Center explains, “Without appropriate medical attention disorders affecting veins of the lower extremities unavoidably progress to complications, including blood clots, such as thrombophlebitis or deep vein thrombosis, trophic ulcers, infections, swelling, bleeding and many others. Furthermore, untreated ulcers lead to malignancies, while untreated deep vein thrombosis causes pulmonary embolism, which is life-threatening condition, involving blockage of the lung circulation by the blood clots, traveling from the leg veins. Even in absence of complications, people with vein disease suffer from heaviness, tiredness, weakness, aches, discomfort, pain, swelling, restless leg syndrome, leg cramps, difficulties walking or standing for prolonged periods, as well as many others”, noticed Dr. Khitin, the leading NYC vein specialist.

Dr. Khitin and his team at New York Vein Treatment Center want the public to know that there are multiple effective, minimally invasive treatments options available for venous disease, all of which can be performed in a NYC vein specialist’s office effectively, quickly and safely. They hope that by providing this information, patients suffering from vein disease will be encouraged to seek prompt treatment to avoid possible complications. Interested readers can find more information on vein disease treatments at http://www.veinstreatment.com.

For more information, visit: http://www.veinstreatment.com.

Varicose Vein Treatment Options

Varicose veins and spider veins are extremely common in men and women. While spider veins are very small, reddish veins on the surface of the skin, varicose veins are much larger, bulging, tangled veins that may appear bluish in color. Men and women suffer from varicose veins, although women are much more likely to have them.

Today, patients have access to a number of effective varicose vein treatment options. Advancements in technology and medicine have led to the development of safe, effective, minimally invasive treatment modalities that provide excellent and, most importantly, permanent results with no side effects or downtime. Some of these modalities are foam- sclerotherapy and cryo-sclero, radio-frequency ablation, micro-phlebectomy, endovenous LASER obliteration and many others.

About New York Vein Treatment Center

New York Vein Treatment Center (NYVTC) was established in 2002 as a medical facility devoted exclusively to the treatment of varicose veins, spider veins, and related venous disorders. NYVTC is the most comprehensive treatment center in New York, with the latest techniques and state-of-the-art equipment for the diagnosis and treatment of venous diseases. Sclerotherapy, cryo sclerotherapy, foam and duplex-guided sclerotherapy, LASER therapy, micro-phlebectomy, TIGO®, EndoLASER®, ClariVein® obliteration, Trellis® thrombectomy and lysis are only some of multiple therapeutic modalities currently employed by NYVTC. The founder, president, and leading physician of NYVTC, Dr. Lev M. Khitin, is a well-known and respected surgeon, board-certified in cardiac, general, thoracic, and vascular surgery, a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, a member of American College of Cardio-Vascular Surgery and of American College of Cardiology and a Fellow of American Society of Phlebology and American College of Phlebology among many other professional societies and organizations.

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