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General Health - For those who are at risk for osteoporosis or already have the disease, current osteoporosis treatments are designed to boost bone mass and prevent (further) bone loss. While calcium by itself doesn’t cure or prevent osteoporosis, getting enough calcium is an essential part of any prevention or treatment program. Making   Continue reading ...

General Health - In the early stage of bone loss, you usually have no pain or other symptoms. But once bones have been weakened by osteoporosis, you may have osteoporosis symptoms that include: Bone pain or tenderness Fractures with little or no trauma Loss of height (as much as 6 inches) over time Low back pain   Continue reading ...

General Health - Scientists don’t yet know exactly about osteoporosis causes, but they do know that the normal bone remodeling process is disrupted. Your bone strength and density is partly due to how much calcium and other minerals they contain. Your body is constantly making new bone and breaking down (reabsorbing) old bone. When   Continue reading ...

General Health - Osteoporosis, which means “porous bone“, is a disease in which the bones gradually become weak and brittle. That often results in broken bones, or fractures especially of the hip, wrist, and spine, even from simple activities like lifting a chair or bending over. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH),   Continue reading ...

Healthy Eating - The secret to lose weight is to choose healthy foods and take in fewer calories than you burn. It’s just easier to make better food choices in summertime, when heavy, high-calories dishes seem less appealing. The best food for weight loss in summer are light, refreshing, and most important, keep   Continue reading ...

Children's Health - Eating together with the family at the dinner table have many benefits. Besides providing good etiquette lesson, it also gives a positive impact on child health. One study found that adolescents who take the time to eat together at dinner table with their families can reduce the risk of getting eating   Continue reading ...

Children's Health - It’s not only adults that can get diabetes, especially diabetes mellitus type 1 or DM1. Kids are also at risk of developing this chronic disease. Diabetes isn’t solely influenced by genetic factors, this disease is also triggered by an unhealthy diet and lack of activity. DM1 disease that attacks children   Continue reading ...

Cancer - Colon cancer is cancer of the large intestine (colon), the lower part of your digestive system. Rectal cancer is cancer of the last several inches of the colon. Together, they’re often referred to as colorectal cancer. There are several ways to prevent this disease. 1. Eat variety of fruits, vegetables, and   Continue reading ...

Cancer - The type of treatment for your colorectal cancer, doctor recommends will depend largely in the stage of your cancer. The three primary treatment options are surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy. Surgery Stage 0 colon cancer may be treated by removing the cancer cells. For stage I, II, and II cancer, more extensive   Continue reading ...

Cancer - Colorectal cancer is often found after symptoms appear, but most people with early colon or rectal cancer don’t have symptoms of the disease. Symptoms usually only appear with more advanced disease. This is why getting the recommended screening tests before any smyptoms develop is so important. If your doctor fidn   Continue reading ...

 
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