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How Does Diabetes Affect Oral Health?

Diabetes slows the healing process of the body and also reduces the body’s resistance to infection.  That is why oral infections are more severe in case of people who have diabetes.  This goes without saying that you are more prone to oral health problems if you have uncontrolled diabetes. This happens because uncontrolled diabetes impairs leukocytes or White Blood Cells, the body’s primary defense against infections. Diabetes also increases the salivary glucose level and decreases the flow of saliva. . This creates the perfect setting for the fungal infections to cope up such as thrush.

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10 Simple Though Effective Ways to Improve Your Brain in 2018

Improving your cognitive abilities probably doesn’t rank high on your list of things to do but it should.

After all, there is no organ more critical to your health than your brain, but so many of us neglect to exercise this all-important nexus of activity.

Luckily for you, research shows that there are certain activities you can do to improve your cognitive functioning.

Backed by science, these activities range from changing up routines to undertaking new skills and tasks.

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How To Keep Your Young Athlete Healthy and Happy

Organized sports are becoming more and more a part of American childhood, with an estimated 35 to 40 million children ages 6 to 18 taking part in team sports and other recreational activities. All over the country, kids are donning uniforms and heading to fields, rinks, courts and pools — …

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RISK FACTORS OF OSTEOPOROSIS – WHAT ARE THEY?

Women are much more likely to develop osteoporosis than men. One in two women over 50 has osteoporosis currently in the developed world. This is due to the fact the women lose bone mass much more rapidly during menopause whereas men do no start to typically loss bone mass until their late 60’s and 70’s.

Hepatitis
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FACTS YOU MUST KNOW ABOUT HEPATITIS

Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver.
The condition can be self-limiting or can progress to fibrosis (scarring), cirrhosis or liver cancer.
Hepatitis viruses are the most common cause of hepatitis in the world but other infections like toxic substances (e.g. alcohol, certain drugs), and autoimmune diseases can also cause hepatitis.
There are 5 main hepatitis viruses i.e. types A, B, C, D, and E.
Types B and C lead to chronic disease and, together, are the most common cause of liver cirrhosis and cancer.

cholestrol
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HIGH CHOLESTEROL- CAUSES, SYMPTOMS AND TREATMENTS

High Cholesterol has become a big health issue in the last few decades. The relation of high cholesterol with Cardio-Vascular complications and cancer has made it an alarming issue of the medical science. High cholesterol can be controlled and even treated any time with some easy and affordable changes to your diet, habits, and routines.

vitamin D
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TOP 10 SIGNS OF VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY

vitamin D is not only meant for the bone and teeth but it also plays an important role to absorption of magnesium and phosphorous, boosts the immune system. It also plays an important role to prevent multiple sclerosis, heart diseases, and bacterial or viral infections and much more. I know that most of the readers are not aware of this fact.

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Multivitamins; A Health Liability?

The vitamin industry lacks proper regulations and standards. Multinational pharmaceutical companies invest billions of dollars in the advertisement of their brands. This money needs to be recovered with considerable profit from the immorally and illegally convinced through false claims. These supplements lack natural blending combinations. Instead, these supplements are synthetically, chemically or artificially produced that are harmful to health in most cases.

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PCOD/PCOS- Symptoms, Causes, Treatment, Diet.

What is the meaning of PCOD? The word poly means many, Person who is suffering from the polycystic ovarian disease (PCOD) have multiple small cysts in their ovaries due to this  Poly-cystic ovaries are generally larger in size and denser than the normal ovaries.

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20 FACTS EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW ABOUT CANCER AND BEWARE OF IT.

Yes, you have heard it right. Cancer can happen to anyone and in any part of your body. Studies show that approximately 44% men and 39% women are susceptible to develop cancer in their life time which is scary news but the good news is that 50% cancers can be avoided by healthy lifestyle choices. Pollutants, tobacco, certain infections, radiation, obesity, and lack of physical exercise are the most common factors that increase the risk of cancer.

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