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Our next Walk of Healing is scheduled for Saturday, August 18, 2018, 10:30 am the Benjamin Banneker Historic Park - 300 Oella Ave., Catonsville, MD 21228
ALL WALKERS MUST REGISTER IN ADVANCE, BEFORE THE WALK
We will meet promptly in front of the museum, which is the first building to your right, after entering the park.
If interested in joining us on this Walk of Healing, becoming a volunteer or starting your own Walk of Healing group, register by visiting: www.partnersinhealth.biz/walk-of-healing-info. For more information, call: (443)742-5669 or (410) 404-8026.
Registration includes a Walk of Healing T-shirt that may be purchased on-line or on-site, the day of the walk.
We walk to Reflect, Release and Receive God's Blessings!
Psoriasis triggersare not universal. What may cause one person's psoriasis to become active, may not affect another. Established psoriasis triggers include:
Stress can cause psoriasis to flare for the first time or aggravate existing psoriasis. Relaxation and stress reduction may help prevent stress from impacting psoriasis.
Injury to skin
Psoriasis can appear in areas of the skin that have been injured or traumatized. This is called the Koebner [KEB-ner] phenomenon.
Vaccinations, sunburns and scratches can all trigger a Koebner response. The Koebner phenomenon can be treated if it is caught early enough.
Anything that can affect the immune system can affect psoriasis.
Certain medications are associated with triggering psoriasis, including:Lithium, Antimalarials, Inderal, Quinidine, and Indomethacin.
For more information, contact the National Psoriasis Foundation
Phone: 800-723-9166, option 1 - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
What You Should Know About Psoriasis Why Sitting Too Long May Lead to Diseases
A WALK OF HEALING - August 2018
AUGUST HEALTH AND WELLNESS NEWSLETTER
I've always been an active individual -- never one to enjoy sitting in one place very long. But throughout the years, I have held certain positions and assignments that required sitting for long periods of time. Writers, editors, accountants, telemarketers and researchers are only a few of the occupations that require extended periods of sitting at a computer.
However, research completed over the last five years reveal a disturbing finding:Sitting too much can have detrimental affects on your health.
Did you know that long periods of sitting places you at risk for organ damage to your heart, pancreas and colon? Research published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, for instance, showed that women who sit for 10 or more hours a day may have a significantly greater risk of developing heart disease than those who sit for five hours or less.
Prolonged sitting also has shown an increase in digestive disorders, brain damage, posture problems including strained neck and back problems, muscle degeneration, hip problems, varicose veins and weak bones. In other words, too much sitting can shorten your life span!
In September's Health News:How to combat the issue of sitting too long and avoid being a coach potato.
SPRING INTO HEALTH AND BUSINESS
Gail Dixon & Wendy Meyeroff
PARTNERS IN HEALTH AND BIZ RADIO SHOW
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The following are the National Health Observances for August 1–31
Dental Implant Month
Immunization Awareness Month
Psoriasis Action Month
Spinal Muscular Atrophy Awareness Month
Children's Eye Health and Safety Month
Opioid Misuse Prevention Awareness Day - August 31
If you have a background and expertise in any of the above topics, please contact: 443-742-5669 to schedule an interview and or a customized radio commercial for your website or commercial radio promotions. Email:email@example.com