Diabetes and its symptoms

Diabetes Mellitus, commonly known as diabetes, refers to a group of metabolic diseases where the person has high blood glucose level, either because insulin production is inadequate, or because the body’s cells do not respond properly to insulin, or sometimes both. In this medical condition, the person experiences high blood sugar levels for a prolonged period of time.

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Weight Loss Surgery

Weight loss surgery helps those individuals who are considered extremely obese and who have tried losing weight with the normal exercising to no avail. However, this method of weight loss requires that if you have reached extreme level where no more activity can lead to losing weight that is when it can be considered. Mostly, it will be recommended for those with health problems that are caused by obesity. Precisely, there exist different types of weight loss surgery which are specific to different body organs. They are actually done to limit the essential amount of food that you take in your body thus minimizing or leading to significant weight reduction. Some of these surgeries also may impact on your digestive system; how you absorb and the overall food digestion in your body. It’s important to know that some of these weightless surgeries may actually have some infections, blood clots as well as hernias.

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What is Colorectal Cancer?


Colorectal cancer is a form of cancer that starts in either the colon or the rectum. Cancer cells start developing from these parts of the large intestine (both colon and rectum) and they have the ability to spread to other parts of the body too. Most colorectal cancers start as a polyp- a growth that starts in the inner lining of the colon or rectum and grows toward the centre.

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Cancer is undoubtedly one of the most deadly diseases that could ever occur to mankind. The main characteristic of any type of cancer is that it occurs due to abnormal changes in the genes that are responsible for the normal growth and regulation of the body cells. Generally, our body has a system where old cells die over time and new cells keep generating in a calculated fashion, thus keeping the functionality of the body uniform. But here, the genes are so modified that the cells keep on dividing and increasing in an uncontrolled manner, thus forming a tumor. The resulting tumor may, or may not be dangerous, but has a great tendency to form cancerous cells if it goes un-noticed for a long time. In the case of breast cancer, the participating cells may be from the lobules or the ducts of the breasts, or sometimes even from the stromal tissues.

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Normal Sugar level during PREGNANCY

Increase in the sugar level of women during pregnancy is an expected phenomenon and occurs to almost 2-5% of pregnant women. Here, the glucose level in the blood rises over the normal level causing a type of diabetes that is known as Gestational Diabetes Mellitus or GDM. It is caused by the response of the woman’s body to the hormone insulin during the pregnancy, generally in the third trimester of the gestation period. Maintaining a normal blood sugar level during pregnancy reduces the complexities of a delivery and ensures there is no need of an operation for the same.

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Smoking and its impact on Health


Smoking in public is considered a social crime nowadays in many cultures and countries. The health problem caused to the smoker is not the only issue; it also affects the nearby people and fellow non-smokers passively when they inhale the smoke while breathing. This is the reason the Governments of many countries have banned the public smoking scenario where any person found guilty of it may be jailed or penalized, or both. Many Non-government organizations and societies are formed to curb this evil practice and make people aware of the ill-effects of smoking. Quitting smoking seems a tough task at first, but counseling does help the person do away with it.

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Causes of Heart Attack

Heart Disease

Heart attack fallout when a blood clot blocks the coronary artery to supply blood to the heart muscle and heart muscle dies. If the supply of rich oxygen blood to the heart section suddenly gets blocked then it results in heart attack due to cutoff of oxygen supply to the heart. One of the major common reason or heart disease is CHD (coronary heart disease). CHD occurs when a fluid type substance known as “Plaque” buildup in the coronary artery, it takes many years to get build. The condition of building up of Plaque is called atherosclerosis. As coronary artery function is to supply oxygen to the heart, and oxygen blockage results in heart attack.

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How to maintain a Healthy Lifestyle

Do you maintain a healthy lifestyle? Most of the people think that they maintain a healthy lifestyle, but according to a survey in America only 3% people completes the criteria of healthy lifestyle. Do you think only taking healthy food and doing some physical activities is a healthy lifestyle? The answer is “NO”. This is not a fair trial for maintaining a healthy lifestyle although this is the part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

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Prevention of Yeast Infection

Avoid using unnecessary antibiotics; recently most of the vaginal yeast infection is found because of the use of antibiotics for bladder. Antibiotics do not only kill harmful bacteria in the body but also kills the good and helpful bacteria. Get enough sleep; sleep makes the body parts and system to work properly. If you don’t get enough sleep the immense system will not be able to work properly and results in the vaginal yeast infection.

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