By: Code Blue | Apr 25, 2013 With the accelerated pace of life, we often eat ready-made food or frozen foods, and a corresponding reduction in fresh fruits and vegetables, poultry, livestock, fish, and other unprocessed natural foods. When we purchase, we can buy bananas, we never buy bananas pudding; we can buy pork, we never buy sausages; we should buy fresh vegetables, rather than with the off-the-shelf high-fat salad dres
By: Robert Fog | Apr 25, 2013 The world is getting heavier, and because of the increase in the number of people who are obese, the people who are diagnosed with diabetes is going up every single year. The problem of diabetes is now spreading to children. Children are having just as many problems with being obese as adults, and there seems to be no end in sight to the diabetes problem.
By: Code Blue | Apr 22, 2013 Have a healthy baby is every woman's dream, but for those women who are suffering from diabetes is difficult to realize their dreams. Because of high blood sugar can lead to female infertility. In the clinical, there have a lot of systemic disease factors to tend to cause female infertility. When doctor diagnosis female infertility, he should not only take into account the reproductive system. Of
By: Vaibhav Kumar Aggarwal | Apr 18, 2013 A walking time bomb. An image of type 2 diabetes, or adult onset diabetes you get when you become familiar with the disaster caused by the body. Once you know the risks, they are easier to get motivated to fight. Start with even the daily walk.
By: Code Blue | Mar 29, 2013 Diabetes is the third-largest killer for human which is ranked only second to cancer. People are familiar with it’s mainly symptoms. But before these symptoms appear, there are some of the clinical manifestations which are easy to let people overlooked. If you do not pay attention, it may be affected by illness adversely.
By: NikitaAaliyah | Mar 5, 2013 Juvenile diabetes or Type I diabetes means the body has an inability to produce insulin.It is important for people with Type I diabetes to live with more precaution than other people. Reading this article will teach you how to live with type 1 diabetes.
By: punit tiwari | Dec 17, 2012 This article mainly focuses on the high BP that includes causes, symptoms and how to reduce hypertension by doing changes in lifestyle. Although it may not have apparent symptoms, it leads to heart attacks, strokes and kidney failure. A person can reduce the risk of hypertension by doing small changes in lifestyle. The other part of article deals BP monitor, a device which is used to measure blood
By: Billie Jean amazingwristbands | Dec 14, 2012 Raise awareness for diabetes by wearing wristbands printed with awareness messages. Also if your loved one is suffering from this disease, then protect them by gifting wristbands printed with medical alert and personal contact info.
By: punit tiwari | Dec 10, 2012 This article mainly focuses on the high blood pressure which consists of the causes, symptoms and how to reduce high blood pressure by doing changes in lifestyle. The other part of article deals about the use of blood pressure monitor, a device which is used to measure blood pressure and how it regulates blood pressure.