Improve Eyesight In 3 Months With This

June 7, 2017

Improve Eyesight In 3 Months With This. Michael Mosley We all face the issue of deteriorating eyesight as we get older, but here is something that we can eat to improve our eyesight. My experience My eyesight has never been good. I have worn glasses for most of my life and I only expect it to get worse. When the “Trust Me, I’m A Doctor” team recommended that I try…

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Follow These Tips For Better Eyesight

June 7, 2017

Follow These Tips For Better Eyesight   Eyes workload We start our day with smartphones, checking messages to watching the news on TV. We stare at small sized fonts in the newspapers and we do not even give our eyes any rest after long hours of work. How unfair is it? Have you ever thought about it? Well, we are here for you and have got you simple yet effective…

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Diabetic Rugby Player Hopes To Inspire Health Management

June 7, 2017

Diabetic Rugby Player Hopes To Inspire Health Management Healthy eating campaign There is a healthy eating campaign in the UK & a Type 2 diabetic rugby player will also be featured. Diabetic rugby player Aged 28, Dan Millington is 1 of 7 people to feature in the Diabetes UK led ‘food you love’ campaign & will be a showcasing how he has not let diabetes come in between him and…

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Improve Your Eyesight By Eating These

June 7, 2017

Improve Your Eyesight By Eating These   Well, we all have that problem where we run into a lamppost and fell like idiots. How did we miss seeing it? Here are a few things that we can eat to improve our eyesight in the long run and promote healthy lifestyle.   Top foods for the Vegetarians 1. Carrots Yes, we have heard that carrots are good for our eyesight and…

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Diabetes and Brittle Bones Connection

June 7, 2017

Diabetes and Brittle Bones Connection  We know that there are many serious side effects that come with diabetes. They are heart trouble, nerve damage, kidney failure, blindness & amputations. We now hear of a new connection of diabetes with high risk of bone fractures. We got the transcript of an interview between the Bioscience-Medicine reporter Wendy Rigby and Dr. Ajeya Joshi of South Texas Spinal Clinic on this topic. The…

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Protect Your Kidney From Failing

June 7, 2017

Protect Your Kidney From Failing   (CKD) Chronic kidney disease It is also known as chronic kidney failure is a progressive loss of the kidney functions over time without us knowing. Dr. Umesh Dalal is a nephrologist in Stroudsburg. He shared a few important things with us. Function of kidney   As we all know that the kidney plays a huge role in our daily life. Its function is to…

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Risk of Eye Disease in Young Generation with Diabetes.

June 6, 2017

Risk of Eye Disease in Young Generation with Diabetes. New study Young adults with the Type 2 diabetes on high risk to develop an eye disease, researchers say. Diabetic retinopathy This is the most common form of eye disease. This can be seen when changes in blood glucose levels cause changes in retinal blood vessels. We find out about this very late & it usually affects up to 80% of…

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Get Better Eyesight With This Supplement

June 6, 2017

Get Better Eyesight With This Supplement   Imagine a better life without the need of glasses and eye drops, wouldn’t it be great. You could spend the money on better things that you love. We all know how frustrated we get when we cannot find the glasses or forget where we kept the eye drops. So, let us find the best option for you. Do you face any of these…

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Local Rehab Partners with Southern Ontario-based Company

June 6, 2017

Local Rehab Partners with Southern Ontario-based Company A North Bay business has expanded after it joined forces with a Southern Ontario-based company. Reconnect which provides speech, language & swallowing assessment to adults with difficulties from brain injury, stroke and neurological diseases has now converted to Community Rehab North, the 1st Northern Ontario location for the Community Rehab, which has its head office in Hamilton & has branches in London, Brampton,…

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Entire Family Fighting Rare Form Of Kidney Disease

June 6, 2017

Entire Family Fighting Rare Form of Kidney Disease Kidney disease Can you imagine telling a child they cannot have chocolate or play certain sports because it could harm their health?  That is the life a West Michigan girl has after she was born with a rare type of kidney disease. Further, she is not the only one in the family with this disease. Aged just 6 Lorelai Mier is a…

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3 Men Arrested in Florida Claim Eating Human Flesh Cures Diabetes and Depression

June 6, 2017

3 Men Arrested in Florida Claim Eating Human Flesh Cures Diabetes and Depression Fake news Florida The reports of the arrest of 3 cannibalistic Floridians who seem to have feasted on human remains for some medical reasons are fake news. Type 1 & 2 diabetes and depression Furthermore, they believe that eating human flesh cures diabetes and depression by 3 Florida men who were arrested. The Miami Herald web site…

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Diabetes transforming you into real-life cyborgs

June 6, 2017

Diabetes Transforming You Into Real-life Cyborgs   Types of Diabetes We know there are 2 types of diabetes namely Type 1 and Type 2. Type 1 is an incurable autoimmune disorder whereas Type 2 is a lifestyle disease that can be cured and reversed. Diabetes is among the fastest growing diseases in the world. If we leave it untreated, it can cause life-threatening conditions & also death.  We now see…

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Give education to your children about kidney illness

June 5, 2017

 Give education to your children about kidney illness There is a new book published by Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust. The Little Book about Kidneys has been designed for young children & aims to help parents & relatives explain to the kids how it affects them & how it is treated. This was funded by Guy’s and St Thomas’ Kidney Patients’ Association. The book is filled with colors…

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Climate changes blamed for kidney disease

June 5, 2017

 Climate changes blamed for kidney disease In recent times in El Salvador, there has been an abnormal rise in the number of deaths from kidney disease and its blame is on the change of climate. Outside the town of Tierra Blanca at around 10 in the morning, the mercury is already close to 31 degrees. At the sugarcane fields, the workers arrive. Both men & women be it young or…

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Australia soft drinks increases risk of diabetes

June 5, 2017

Australia soft drinks increases risk of diabetes Research on Aussie soft drinks The Aussie soft drinks have a much higher level of glucose which is a cause of the hike in chances to develop a heart disease & Type 2 diabetes. Things to know: The Australian soft drinks increases the risk of diabetes as there is 22% more glucose in contrast to the US brands. More than 30% of population…

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