The 7 Things Chemical Head Lice Product Manufacturers Don’t Want You To Know

If you’ve been the victim of head lice for any amount of time, you know that they are one of the worst things that can happen to you both physically and psychologically.

To chemical head lice treatment manufacturers, this problem is worth a massive amount of money to them every year, with over $100 million being made on head lice control in the US alone.

The EPA (US Environmental Protection Agency) is responsible for testing and making sure most pesticide head lice treatments destined for use on US children are safe.

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Natural Cures And Home Remedies

While the majority of people go and visit the doctor should they become ill, there is another alternative that you can try and which will cost next to nothing if anything at all. Home and natural remedies are becoming very popular and the kitchen and garden is a great place to start. Besides costing next to nothing, the additional benefits of treating yourself with home remedies include all natural substances, so therefore there is less chance of side effects.

Almost all minor illnesses and ailments can be helped with natural and home remedies and indeed many people swear they are more effective than more traditional treatments and have helped where traditional; treatments have failed.

Natural cures and home based remedies work on a simple theory; the theory behind them is taking and making use of the natural substances and chemicals that can be found in plants and herbs. Here are some of the natural substances that can be used and the most common illnesses and problems that they can be used for:

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The Quality of Your Health Care Depends on Where You Live

Seniors living in Manhattan spend an average of nearly 25 days a year at doctor visits or at a hospital. But in Lebanon, New Hampshire, contact with the healthcare system is far lower – just 10 days on average.

New Yorkers probably are not that much sicker than their New England neighbors. Instead, the statistic reflects the wide variation in the way healthcare is delivered to older adults around the United States.

The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice recently issued a report card on how the United States provides healthcare to seniors by region. Using Medicare enrollment and claims data from 2012, the report compares regions on such factors as where seniors spend the most time with doctors, where they are most likely to be hospitalized, or be subjected to unnecessary tests or risky medications.

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Is work good for your health?

Work is good for your bank balance but bad for your health, right?

Wrong. The characteristics of work – activity, social interaction, identity and status – are proven to be beneficial for our physical and mental health.

Recent research shows that people in work tend to enjoy happier and healthier lives than people who are out of work.

But much more than that: people with health conditions, such as back pain, stress and depression and high blood pressure find that getting back to work is often the best way to recover.

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Everyday Health Acquires Tea Leaves Health

NEW YORK, Aug. 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ – Everyday Health, Inc. (NYSE: EVDY), a leading provider of digital health marketing and communications solutions, today announced the acquisition of Tea Leaves Health.  Based in Georgia, Tea Leaves Health is a leading provider of a SaaS-based marketing and analytics platform for hospital systems to identify and engage consumers and physicians.

“Our mission is to build the leading digital marketing and communications platform for healthcare marketers,” said Ben Wolin, Co-Founder and CEO of Everyday Health. “Our strategic acquisition of Tea Leaves Health allows us to diversify our customer base and expand our revenue opportunity into the large and fast-growing hospital systems market.”

Providing a full service marketing and communications platform for hospital systems is a large and natural growth opportunity for Everyday Health. The changing regulatory and economic environment has resulted in major changes in the way hospitals operate. Hospital systems, like other healthcare constituents, have been forced to become much more strategic in how they engage and market to consumers and physicians. According to third-party market data, hospitals now spend approximately $2 billion per year marketing to consumers and physicians, and that number is growing at a compound annual growth rate of 16%.

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