Is it conceivable to believe that an individual can be too clean for their own good? Maybe.
We know that the immune system in all mammals- a group that includes humans too, has an adaptive capability that matures and becomes more savvy as the challenges mounted by invading germs are responded to over a lifetime. Basically, “the troops remain battle ready when they are continually fighting and winning”. This has been cast as a potential mutually beneficial relationship for the body and the invading germs in a theory proposed to explain the rising trend of allergy and immune system mediated diseases called the ‘hygiene hypothesis’.
Pan de Vida Foundation invites you to participate in its South East Valley Health, Social, Safety and Fun Fair.
The fair will be located in the Queen Creek Library parking on Saturday, October 13, 2012, from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Pan de Vida is planning a big, informative health initiative, which will include lots of free stuff and fun.
“I’m sitting at my desk, up to my eye balls in work to finish and I almost forget it’s lunch time. I hurry out to get my usual and by the time I get back to my computer to work I can hardly keep my eyes open. The only thing that sounds appealing is a cozy bed and a nice pillow, even if only for 30 minutes, it’s got to help. I can’t help but feel like I just had this afternoon crash. So much for starting to exercise today, I’m way too tired..”
Technology isn't killing you, but your habits using it just might. I'm not talking about the obvious texting while driving. By the way, NEVER TEXT WHILE DRIVING! I am referring to my previous post "Use your computer to shed pounds". While that was more about the benefits of using a standing desk, this infographic by Medical Billing and Coding shows how the standing desk might not be such a crazy thing after all.