Hemochromatosis, a genetic disorder causing a large overload of iron in the blood, is not commonly tested for by doctors when a patient's health is failing. This excess of iron in the blood can lead to damage of the joints, organ failure, neurodegenerative disease, and eventually death.
Most adults have an excess of iron in their systems. However, hemochromatosis prohibits your body from … [Read More...]
Do you tend to be more of a lone wolf, or do people describe you as a social butterfly? If youve ever wondered why some people prefer to be social while others seem content with a more solitary existence, science could have the answers. Your desires for social interaction, and even romantic relationships, could be impacted by your genetics. A recent study found a strong connection between the … [Read More...]
One of the first signs of professionalism lies in one's communication. With email being the prime method of business communication these days, it is important to know how to interact through email while maintaining a professional image. Whether you are emailing with someone for the first time or if you email with this colleague often, here are some rules to keep in mind to make sure people aren't … [Read More...]
While aging is an unavoidable process, your attitude about it can greatly affect your experience with aging. People physically and mentally age at different paces, much of this having to do with one's lifestyle, but a positive attitude helps as well. The way you see the aging process can be a big factor in your physical health.
Studies have shown that as you see yourself increasing in age, if … [Read More...]