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  • Impact of menopause depends on culture
    Impact of menopause depends on culture
    If you are plagued by the symptoms of menopause, you might fare much better if your cultural environment was different. Although it is well-known that the drop in hormone levels that occur with the menopause produce the symptoms, these symptoms...
  • Diabetes: Symptoms and Risk Factors review
    Diabetes: Symptoms and Risk Factors review
    Approximately 29.1 million Americans have diabetes, and an estimated 86 million additional Americans have pre-diabetes. A high percentage of prediabetic persons do not know they have pre-diabetes; thus, are not actively seeking medical care to...
  • Young women often ignore heart attack symptoms
    Young women often ignore heart attack symptoms
    When the topic of heart attack arises, many envision a middle aged, or older man, clutching his chest. However, each year, more than 15,000 women under the age of 55 die of heart disease in the United States, making it the leading cause of death...
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    Sweet Beau- a loveable FIV family addition
    We have a new addition to our feline family… Beau. He is the most loveable Maine Coon Cat we have ever seen…. And he has Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) disease.Beau showed up one day on our rear deck off our master bedroom...
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    A Closer Look At Osteoarthritis and Hypothyroidism
    Because of the intertwined nature of osteoarthritis and hypothyroidism, it sometimes becomes difficult for people to diagnose the exact condition they are suffering from. Both of these conditions cause almost similar symptoms, but the fact is they...
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    Symptoms of ADHD in children
    You will find that children with ADHD to be inattentive, hyperactive and/or impulsive in very distinct ways. It can be shown by one of these signs or a mixture of all three. Symptoms must be shown for at least 6 months for a child to be diagnosed....
  • Doctor!
    People's lives are at risk when they ignore cancer symptoms
    When cancer hits the best chances of a cure are with early detection and treatment. Cancer Research UK reported on Dec. 2, 2014 people are putting their lives at risk when they dismiss cancer symptoms. According to new research people could be...
  • Exercise your menopausal problems away
    Exercise your menopausal problems away
    Physical exercise has many benefits. A new study evaluated the benefits of physical exercise on menopausal symptoms, blood lipids, and weight. The findings were published in the December edition of the journal Menopause.The study group comprised...
  • Colds, influenza, allergies
    Health news: Cold, flu, or allergy, can you tell the difference?
    The latest health news focuses on three respiratory infections or conditions that are often confusing. You're sneezing, have a high-fever, sore throat, runny nose, a headache, itchy eyes, nausea, or feeling just plain lousy. Before you look in...
  • Facts about the Ebola virus
    Ebola: Learn the facts
    The Ebola virus disease used to be known as Ebola hemorrhagic fever. It is a severe virus that is often fatal in humans. All of the deaths related to Ebola have occurred in Africa except for three cases that were the result of laboratory...
  • B*tching about the Multiple Sclerosis itching
    B*tching about the Multiple Sclerosis itching
    It can be one of the most irritating, most painful and most persistent parts of having Multiple Sclerosis—the itching.And yet, the information about itching as a symptom of MS is hard to find. In fact, a lot of information says that it is a...
  • Protect yourself from tick-borne illness
    Protect yourself from tick-borne illness
    Tick-borne illnesses are diagnosed primarily on symptoms and whether or not the patient has been exposed to tick habitats. If a tick-borne illness is diagnosed, the majority of cases can be successfully treated using antibiotics particularly if...
  • Lowering your risk of diabetes
    Lowering your risk of diabetes
    Currently, there are close to 26 million adults and children living with diabetes in the United States. Less than 5-10% of them are type 1 diabetics; the remaining 90-95% is type 2 diabetics. In type 1 diabetes, which is usually seen in children,...
  • UCLA offers 10 tips to reduce colorectal cancer risk
    UCLA offers 10 tips to reduce colorectal cancer risk
    March is colorectal cancer awareness month; thus, UCLA Healthcare System is offering 10 tips to reduce colorectal cancer risk. “Colorectal cancer is largely preventable with early screening and detection,” notes Dr. Anne Lin, assistant...
  • Yolanda Foster
    ‘RHOBH’ star Yolanda Foster wonders how much longer she has to fight
    “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Yolanda Foster has been dealing with lyme disease for a couple of seasons now, and she seems to be putting up quite the fight. She has revealed that the disease has affected her brain and she...
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