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Obesity: To Lose is to Win

August 16, 2019 Category :Healthy Advocacy 0

An estimated 1.7 billion people worldwide are overweight. According to he International Obesity Task Force, at least 155 million children are now classified as overweight or obese.

In the last two decades, obesity rates have tripled in developing countries that have embraced a westernized lifestyle of too little physical activity and too much calorie-dense food. Unfortunately, packing on excess pounds may also mean packing on excess risk for heart disease, high blood pressure, abnormal cholesterol levels, cancer and diabetes. The rise in diabetes prevalence is intimately linked to this upsurge in obesity occurrence.

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ADNEP: Promoting Diabetes Management and Boosting Self Esteem

August 15, 2019 Category :Healthy Advocacy 0

Nurses happen to be very important in the healthcare set-up. When the doctors aren’t around, the nurses are there to run to their patients’ aid. Still, despite their heavy responsibilities, nurses are still looked down upon by colleagues in the healthcare industry.

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Posing Threats to the Male Ego

August 2, 2019 Category :Healthy Advocacy 0

Since time immemorial, men have been depicted as pillars of strength. For men, it is almost taboo to show pain or suffering—both associated with weakness. There are things men can fight off, but there are just some things that they may just succumb to, and one of these is diabetes.

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Fitness Boxing

July 31, 2019 Category :Fitness| Healthy Advocacy 0

Ask a random person, “Do you want to try out boxing?”. Nine out of ten times, you’ll get shudders and nays from both genders. That was 20 years ago. Flash forward to the year 2005— the Manny Pacquiao generation — and you get people of all ages and social strata clamouring to try out a sport some people call “the sweet science.” It is argued that Mr. Pacquiao himself has inspired many to try out this intriguing sport. The man himself has legendary workout regimens that in more ways than one will enthuse you into the best mental and physical shape of your life. Others might think it’s silly and violent but one trial workout may be just enough to get you “hooked” (pardon the pun).

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Male Infertility and Diabetes

July 30, 2019 Category :Healthy Advocacy 0

The book of Genesis tells us that one of the first mandates that the creator gave Adam and Eve was to be fertile and multiply. Some people take this to heart seriously, especially for men. But when problems arise that concern fertility in a couple, it is usually the women who first subject themselves to evaluation.

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Male Menopause: Myth or Reality?

July 29, 2019 Category :Healthy Advocacy 0

Male menopause or andropause continues to baffle us whether it is really a true identity or a myth. Most of us may wonder why a member of the family starts becoming grumpier or having mood swings or depression that we always blame on “midlife crisis” either relating to female menopause or a “male menopause“.

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Needle Phobia

July 28, 2019 Category :Diabetes Research| Healthy Advocacy 0

The serious and sometimes deadly complications of diabetes (e.g., kidney failure, blindness) can often be mitigated through appropriate diet in combination with insulin therapy, which requires regular blood draws to monitor glucose levels. Medical treatments that require regular blood draws are compromised when a patient presents with phobia.

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Mother’s Milk: Diabetes Deterrent

July 26, 2019 Category :Healthy Advocacy 1

It is never too early to start diabetes prevention. For newborn and infant nutrition, breast milk really IS best. It reduces the risk for type 2 diabetes in both the breastfeeding mother and her child. And the longer one breastfeeds, the greater the reduction in type 2 diabetes risk for both mom and baby.

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L-carnitine and EGCG Safe for Diabetics?

July 15, 2019 Category :Healthy Advocacy 0

I just want to know how safe L-carnitine and EGCG is for diabetics especially type 2? There’s a beverage drink out in the market, Envidia, a product of URC. It has 300mg L-carnitine, EGCG. And it is sugar free.

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Organic Foods

July 9, 2019 Category :Healthy Advocacy 0

Organic foods are made according to certain production standards set by a country. For example, in the United States, the National Organic Program, which is run by the U.S. Department of Agriculture is in charge of the definition of organic in the United States and does organic certification.

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