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Exercising in the Summer Heat

September 15, 2017 Category :Fitness 0

Summer is a great time to get active with outdoor activities like hiking, jet skiing, wind surfing, cycling, and swimming. There’s something refreshing and invigorating about working out with the wind in your face and the sun on your back. But exercising in the heat can have hidden dangers, especially for diabetics who are more prone to dehydration and overheating than other people. To keep safe and enjoy the rest of your summer workouts, heed the following tips. » Continue Reading

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Chickenpox Treatment

September 12, 2017 Category :Health Watch 0

Chickenpox is a viral disease caused by the varicella zoster characterized by pinkish spots similar to blisters that spread all over a patient’s body. The small spots are itchy which can be burdensome to the patients and can be accompanied by runny nose, cough and sometimes even fever. Other symptoms of chicken pox include aching muscles, loss of appetite and nausea. Some children may have breathing difficulties or experience chest pains. In which case, it is highly advisable to consult a doctor.

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Bubbling Urine Diabetes

October 21, 2013 Category :Diabetes Facts 0

Bubbles in one’s urine have many causes and is an early indication of possible diabetes especially for adults who does not normally have urine bubbles. Bubbles in urine can be normal and abnormal depending on the circumstances of a person. For instance, bubbles will normally form in urine because of urine’s mixture with the cleaning chemical agents in the toilet. This can be a deadly symptom of a disease for instance when for instance it is accompanied by frequent urinating which is not normal for a person.

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