Having Good Health
by Ron Kurtus (updated 17 March 2023)
Do you want to have good health? Just about everyone does, especially those who have physical health problems. But good health isn't always easy to attain. You need knowledge about how to take care of your health and the motivation to apply that knowledge.
Staying physically healthy means that you are protecting yourself from illness and disease. But if you do have some ailment, you want to take actions to enhance your healing process and regain your health. Everyone wants to stay healthy, but achieving that goal can be a challenge due to outside forces and your own destructive actions.
Taking care of your physical health to prevent problems should be a major focus. Curing, healing and pain relief are the necessary efforts in restoring health once there is a problem. Effectively dealing with physicians and healthcare professionals is also important in recovery.
The purpose of these lessons is to encourage you to overcome the challenges and to give you a start at improving your physical health, as well as the health of your loved ones. It is also useful for those studying a career in healthcare or medicine.
Factors Involved in Physical Health
Antibiotics Useless for Viral Infections
Healing Damage from Injury or Disease
Floaters in the Field of Vision
Pneumonia Vaccine to Prevent Disease
Dealing with Simple Indigestion
Leaching from Cooking Surfaces
Nutritional Excellence - Section on nutrition
GABA Rice Has Health Benefits - by Eleanor Kurtus, PhD
High Fat Diets often from Local Culture
Trans Fat is Bad for Your Health
Lose Weight to Decrease Your Risk of Diabetes - by Jill Fleming, MS, RD
Certain Foods Good for Eye Health
Importance of Exercise (coming soon)
Preventing Dirty Bottled Water
Lifestyle Factors Affecting Quality of Life in Late Adulthood - by Eleanor Kurtus, PhD
Symptoms of Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Dysfunction
Causes of Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Dysfunction
Succeed with Healthy Animals - lessons on caring for your animals
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