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If You Knew This, Diabetes Symptoms Would Not Go Unnoticed

20th October 2009
As sugar is the substance of life, it is considered precious and, as an imperative, the body goes to large lengths to maintain it. The kidneys hold a natural barricade to prevent the loss of sugar in urine. However all the additional sugar in the bloodstr... Read >
Author: Jose M. Talavera

Acquaint Yourself with Pre Diabetes Symptoms in Just One Lesson -- Starting from Scratch

17th September 2009
MEET PRE DIABETES Diabetes mellitus is a hazardous ailment in itself and has been known to cause major organ damage, rigorous dehydration, and diabetic coma in the most severe of cases. Diabetes is a disease of the endocrine structure that affects just... Read >
Author: Jose M. Talavera

Do You Know the Earliest Sign of Diabetes?

31st July 2009
What are the earliest symptoms of diabetes? Why isn't there a warning sign so prevalent that you would know without a doubt you have diabetes? Most physicians and medical personnel proclaim high blood pressure is the silent killer! How about diabetes? C... Read >
Author: Lucy

Diabetic Carb Diet and Carbohydrate Counting Machines

21st July 2009
Diabetic Carb Diet and Carbohydrate Counting Machines: People suffering from diabetes need to constantly check the consumption of carbohydrates. In addition, they need to count the amount of calories and fats that they consume. A diabetic carb diet pla... Read >
Author: MM123

The Top 5 Side Effects of Exercise

17th July 2009
He's sick of explaining how so many of your health problems will improve or even disappear as the result of a consistent exercise program. He's tired of tallying your controllable risk factors which include physical inactivity and obesity. So why do... Read >
Author: John Manjarres

Pre diabetic situation - what does it mean ?

11th May 2009
Almost one out of seven of the people are in a pre diabetic state. What is pre diabetic? The disease by now exists in a person, but has not yet been diagnosed. This is the time to avoid diabetes from developing , through physical exercises, balanced di... Read >
Author: C.G.

Green Tea Fat Burner - Does it Work?

25th March 2009
There are millions of people worldwide looking to lose weight quickly and easily. Green tea fat burner has come up recently as an easy weight loss mechanism. But does it really work? That is the question we will answer here.The common health benefits of g... Read >
Author: Frank Langella

Some bad effects of junk food

20th February 2009
For millions of adults and children junk food and increased inactivity has led to obesity. For some people junk food has become a way of life, they are addicted to it and if everyone in your family for example eats junk food then it is very hard to eat he... Read >
Author: Randy

Kangaroo Meat - The 40,000 Year Old Health Secret Revealed

04th January 2009
For over 40,000 years, Kangaroo meat has been the main protein source for many aboriginal people. Early records show that when Europeans arrived the local population was outstandingly healthy demonstrated great endurance and were very lean. Most of th... Read >
Author: GarryHeiner

Stress Really Affects Your Health

27th November 2008
Stress is something that everybody endures on a fairly regular basis, but when it starts to impact negatively on your body and mind, it means you are not only stressed you are distressed.Alot of people don't realise that stress is not only something we co... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Metformin - What every diabetic should know

17th October 2008
One of the drugs commonly used in the medical treatment of Diabetes is Metformin. I am writing this article as I wanted to help diabetics better understand this medicine.Metformin can be used alone or in combination with other medicines to treat Type 2 Di... Read >
Author: Dr. Sherry Sakariah Chandy

Metabolic Syndrome Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

29th July 2008
Also called: Insulin resistance syndrome, Metabolic Syndrome X. Not all doctors agree on the definition or cause of metabolic syndrome. The cause might be insulin resistance. Insulin is a hormone your body produces to help you turn sugar from food into en... Read >
Author: Rick Hutch

Is junk food really so bad for you?

03rd July 2008
We've all heard about junk food and its supposed dangers. Is what we've heard true though? What is junk food exactly, and is it as bad for us as it's supposed to be?The coining of the term is commonly attributed to American microbiologist Michael Jacobson... Read >
Author: Stephanie Lee

Glossodynia - Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

10th June 2008
Glossodynia (burning mouth syndrome, stomatopyrosis, orodynia) is mostly considered to be a psychosomatic disorder characterised by painful sensations within the oral cavity, particularly the tongue, without detectable abnormalities of the mucous membrane... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Type 2 Diabetes | Mature Onset Diabetes

17th December 2005
Type 2 diabetes is sometimes referred to as mature onset diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is much more common than Type I. In Type 2 diabetes the pancreas either does not produce adequate levels of insulin or the body becomes resistant to its own insulin. Typ... Read >
Author: J. Brian Keith
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