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Doctors skeptical over widen use of Statins

March 26, 2019 Category :Diabetes Research 0

Known for lowering cholesterol levels, statins have recently been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a preventive drug for about 6.5 million Americans who have no cholesterol problems or signs of heart disease.

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Quick, On Your Feet

December 21, 2018 Category :Fitness 0

Are daily errands running you to the ground, not to mention family commitments and deadlines? Do you want to find a better way to cope? Sometimes a busy schedule in the morning can give you stress and toxicities in your mind. Working continuously on the computer requires you to sit in the same position for a long time and gets you mentally stressed. Want a solution? Take a daily walk, and it will go a long way to keep you fit, healthy, and better able to take on life’s daily challenges.

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Cholesterol Care

October 23, 2018 Category :Diabetes Facts 0

What comes to your mind when you hear the word cholesterol? For most of us, almost intuitively, we think of something bad for the health. But did you know that cholesterol per se is an essential part of the human body? It is very important especially in the immune system, where it serves to protect us from foreign bodies, such as viruses and bacteria, by means of substances that are derived from it. So, if the levels are within normal limits, cholesterol is not bad.
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Wholly Good Whole-Grain Breakfast

June 25, 2018 Category :Diabetes Research 0

A new US study says eating whole-grain breakfast cereal reduces the risk of heart failure. “The significant health benefits of whole-grain cereal are not just for kids but also for adults. A whole-grain, high-fiber breakfast may lower blood pressure and bad cholesterol and prevent heart attacks,” said the study’s main author Dr. Luc Djousse of the Harvard Medical School in Boston .

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Shrimp and High Blood Pressure

March 1, 2015 Category :Health Watch 0

Shrimp is a type of sea food which is known to elevate cholesterol levels. A serving of 3.5 ounces of shrimp has approximately 200 mg of cholesterol. That’s a full day’s allotment for a person with heart disease. For everyone else, that is 100 mg short of the 300 mg limit. This makes shrimp a no-no for people with high blood pressure.

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Ballroom Dance for Diabetics

July 4, 2014 Category :General Wellness 0

Ballroom Dance is a set of partner dances, which are enjoyed both socially and competitively around the world. There are different types of ballroom dances such as tango, bolero, cha-cha, foxtrot, hip hop, hustle, jive, meringue, paso doble, rumba, salsa, samba, swing and waltz among others. Each type of dance involves a complex and specific movement and rhythmic pattern of the feet and body that is accompanied by music.

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Vegan Diet for Diabetics

March 22, 2014 Category :Healthy Advocacy 0

A vegan diet does not treat diabetes but it will definitely help in managing the disease and prevent its complications from occurring. A key to managing diabetes is proper diet and the vegan diet is ideal to help diabetics in controlling weight, avoid diabetes-associated complications and even help make the body to become more responsive to insulin.

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Top 10 Diseases in the Philippines

February 25, 2013 Category :Health Watch| Healthy Advocacy 0

The Philippines is a southeast Asian country, which distinguishes itself from its neighbors with its more western like culture because the country had been under western colonial rule for over 300 years. It is also the home for Filipinos, who are the most travelled people in the world. Because the place is a paradise, it is also the 12th most populous country in the world. The top 10 leading diseases in the Philippines are also the leading cause of death in the country. » Continue Reading

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