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Cameil is a Fitness Instructor from Brooklyn, NY. After working in the corporate fashion industry for several years, Cameil found her true passion in fitness. Her goal is to bridge the gap between people that love working out and the fashionista that loves to dress up and have a good time. She trains men, women, and children from ages 6-60. Some classes Cameil offers at her SealedClutch Sweat Studio in Brooklyn include Ass and Abs, Beachbody Blast, Kick. Punch. Sweat., and Stiletto Sweat Session, just to name a few. On August 27, the Current-Situation team visited Cameil’s Crown Heights studio to learn more about SealedClutch and to take the infamous Kick. Punch. Sweat. class (which is awesome, btw!).
12 Sep 2017
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The human body is a vastly complex biochemical organism, finely tuned and adaptable. It contains many different regulatory systems to make sure that things work properly in response to external conditions. When it becomes too warm inside the body, the water cooling system is turned up, and more sweat is secreted by the skin. The sweat evaporates, cools the blood underneath the skin, which in turn cools the body core. The sensors in the brain detect that things are back within normal limits, and turn off the sweat glands. This type of regulation (known as homeostasis) occurs for all bodily processes, and usually without any awareness or thought on our part. When external circumstances (like extreme heat or cold) or internal conditions (disease or poisoning) cannot be adjusted by normal mechanisms, the signs of discomfort and disease appear. The types of physical effects seen or felt (signs and symptoms) depend on the type of stress to which the body has been exposed. Because there are so many complex interrelationships between the systems within the body, a single change in any one system may result in numerous effects in other systems. In addition, the types of response to disease are limited, thus signs and symptoms of disease are often quite similar for different diseases. For example, headache, fever, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea are very common non-specific symptoms of disease, produced by many, many conditions. Because of the generality of most physiological responses to disease, many other methods have been developed to help diagnose the actual causes of disease. These methods include physical, biochemical and immunological techniques upon which modern clinical medicine is based. A body's homeostasis can be upset by physical, chemical and/or biological agents which put stress on the body. The body's reaction to prolonged stress depends on the nature of the agent, the degree of stress, and the duration of stress. When the stress is too strong or too long, and
10 Sep 2017
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Swollen lymph nodes can be a symptom of a long list of health issues that only a healthcare professional can verify. Here are some signs that the nodes may be a symptom of a health condition that needs medical attention: Touch – feel the lymph node to see whether it is soft (it will give when touched) or hard. If it is hard and fixed it could be that they are losing a battle with some type of an infection Size – a rough measurement of the node results in discovering the node being about 1 inch in size could signal there may be a serious infection or disease Color – look at the color of the skin above the lymph node and if it is either a pink or red it could indicates an infection that is not under control Other symptoms – note any additional symptoms like fever, weight loss, fatigue, difficulty breathing, and night sweats These conditions may be an indication of serious illnesses like lymphoma, MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted disease, or Cat Scratch Fever. In such cases, a healthcare professional should examine the nodes.
10 Sep 2017
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Many people avoid Monosodium Glutamate, known as MSG, for health reasons. While much of the concern surrounding MSG comes from bad press, there does seem to be a legitimate concern for overconsumption. In fact, the FDA has recognized a condition connected with MSG consumption, the symptoms of which can include headache, nausea, chest pains, heart palpitations, weakness, tingling and numbness, sweating, facial tightness or pressure, and more. Watch this video to learn more about MSG, where it can be found, how to stay away from it, and some thoughtful commentary on whether or not to actively avoid it. We are a licensed and board-certified HRT clinic dedicated to producing quality educational health programs. You can look us up at HGH [dot] TV.
7 Sep 2017
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A hyperhidrosis prescription is the solution to excessive sweating. Information shared above is the personal opinion of the author and not affiliated with the website.
28 Aug 2017
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Find out how to get rid of sweaty feet. Information shared above is the personal opinion of the author and not affiliated with the website.
28 Aug 2017
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A swollen lymph node can be as small as the size of a pea and as large as the size of a cherry. Swollen lymph nodes can be painful to the touch, or they can hurt when you make certain movements. Swollen lymph nodes under the jaw or on either side of the neck may hurt when you turn your head in a certain way or when you’re chewing food. They can often be felt simply by running your hand over your neck just below your jawline. They may be tender. Swollen lymph nodes in the groin may cause pain when walking or bending. Other symptoms that may be present along with swollen lymph nodes are: coughing fatigue fever chills runny nose sweating If you experience any of these symptoms, or if you have painful swollen lymph nodes and no other symptoms, consult your doctor. Lymph nodes that are swollen but not tender can be signs of a serious problem, such as cancer. In some cases, the swollen lymph node will get smaller as other symptoms go away. If a lymph node is swollen and painful or if the swelling lasts more than a few days, see your doctor.
13 Aug 2017
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Redefining the way men shop casual fashion online. Contemporary styles, detail designs and impeccable finishing coupled with great prices make shopping menswear at Zobello. Zobello online fashion Store for men is a one-stop shop for casual wear upgrade. Along with having a range of categories, the most stylish and popular ones are shirts for men, sweat shirts for men.
10 Aug 2017
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At first, the problem of sweaty feet may not seem like much of a problem. Information shared above is the personal opinion of the author and not affiliated with the website.
8 Aug 2017
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There is a hyperhidrosis cure that has proven to be effective against this debilitating condition. Information shared above is the personal opinion of the author and not affiliated with the website.
8 Aug 2017
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The human body is a vastly complex biochemical organism, finely tuned and adaptable. It contains many different regulatory systems to make sure that things work properly in response to external conditions. When it becomes too warm inside the body, the water cooling system is turned up, and more sweat is secreted by the skin. The sweat evaporates, cools the blood underneath the skin, which in turn cools the body core. The sensors in the brain detect that things are back within normal limits, and turn off the sweat glands. This type of regulation (known as homeostasis) occurs for all bodily processes, and usually without any awareness or thought on our part. When external circumstances (like extreme heat or cold) or internal conditions (disease or poisoning) cannot be adjusted by normal mechanisms, the signs of discomfort and disease appear. The types of physical effects seen or felt (signs and symptoms) depend on the type of stress to which the body has been exposed. Because there are so many complex interrelationships between the systems within the body, a single change in any one system may result in numerous effects in other systems. In addition, the types of response to disease are limited, thus signs and symptoms of disease are often quite similar for different diseases. For example, headache, fever, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea are very common non-specific symptoms of disease, produced by many, many conditions. Because of the generality of most physiological responses to disease, many other methods have been developed to help diagnose the actual causes of disease. These methods include physical, biochemical and immunological techniques upon which modern clinical medicine is based. A body's homeostasis can be upset by physical, chemical and/or biological agents which put stress on the body. The body's reaction to prolonged stress depends on the nature of the agent, the degree of stress, and the duration of stress. When the stress is too strong or too long,
30 Jul 2017
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Swollen lymph glands are usually a sign of infection and tend to go down when you recover. However, they can sometimes have a more serious cause and may need to be seen by a doctor. Lymph glands (also called lymph nodes) are pea-sized lumps of tissue that contain white blood cells. These help to fight bacteria, viruses and anything else that causes infection. They are an important part of the immune system and are found throughout the body. The glands can swell to more than a few centimetres in response to infection or disease. Swollen glands, known medically as lymphadenopathy, may be felt under the chin or in the neck, armpits or groin, where they can be found in larger clumps. Many different types of infection can cause swollen glands, such as a cold or glandular fever. Less commonly, swollen glands may be caused by a non-infectious condition, such as rheumatoid arthritis or even cancer. When to see your GP See your GP if you have swollen glands and: they haven't gone down within a few weeks or are getting bigger they feel hard or don’t move when you press them you also have a sore throat and find it difficult to swallow or breathe you also have unexplained weight loss, night sweats or a persistent high temperature (fever) you don't have an obvious infection and don't feel unwell If necessary, your GP may request some tests to help identify the cause. These can include blood tests, an ultrasound scan or computerised tomography (CT) scan, and/or a biopsy (where a small sample of fluid is taken from the swelling and tested).
30 Jul 2017
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