Guarding Edema Can Save Your Life!

Edema is characterized by the swelling of bodily parts usually in feet, legs, hands and even cheeks. The swelling occurs when small blood vessel tends to have a leak, in this condition the blood vessel releases fluid into the closest tissue similar to a balloon being filled with...
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Too Much Salt Diet Weakens Bone

From the new study that was introduced at The Endocrine Society’s 95th Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California, too much salt diet increases the risk of breaking a bone amongst women after menopausal stage. The study which was led by Kiyoko Nawata, PhD, a professor of health and...
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IQ, Weight Gain on Infants’ Found Connections

Weight gain and improved head size on your baby’s first month is related to the level of Intelligence quotient IQ at early school age according to latest research from the University of Adelaide, South Australia. Data from this study was analyzed from almost 14 000 children who were...
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Knowing End-stage Kidney Disease

The end-stage kidney disease also known as ESRD is a condition where both kidneys’ function is failing or completely failing. Each healthy kidney must work 60% so when both kidneys are working well, it should be at 112% function rate! The cause of ESRD is still a puzzle,...
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Great Bliss from Power Nap

Recent studies about the human body showed that the need for long hours of sleep for the brain to function completely is actually half-truth. This means that when brain is functioning well, the body will follow, however it was also revealed that the human brain needs to take...
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Excessive Red Meat Consumption Increases Risks of Diabetes

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According to the reports published by JAMA Internal Medicine, eating too much red meat can cause diabetes mellitus type 2 or the T2DM. This disease is previously known as NIDDM Noninsulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus or adult-onset diabetes.  One characteristic of T2DM is the high blood glucose in the framework...
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