Aging can be a difficult thing to do and life can throw a few curves. Here are 5 common Health Conditions in the Elderly
Let’s face it: Diabetes IS an Epidemic. There are millions of people who suffer from Diabetes world wide. There are many complications of diabetes.
Death is certainly something that will come to us all. It is interesting and medically important to understand the categories and risks of the most common causes of death.
Is the Flu too Common? I bet it would be nearly impossible for you to guess how many deaths in the United States were related to…
Foot Care and Diabetes go hand in hand when it comes to someone with either Type I Diabetes or Type II Diabetes. There are many complications with Diabetes including: kidneys, heart, metabolic syndrome, vision changes, and other organ damage.
Thousands of your neighbors and friends are asking themselves if the Flu Vaccine is right for them. Flu season is just a few sneezes and coughs away. There are hundreds of ads from local pharmacies to hospitals to your own physician telling you to get one. But some vaccine companies are hoping that you wait and there are plenty of groups telling anyone who will listen, to avoid them completely.
Vitamin D is a fat soluble Vitamin that helps with intestinal absorption of several other compounds including: Iron, Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc and more. There is a push to better understand both the risks of low Vitamin D as well as the vast effect of this Vitamin on health.
Looking to keep your blood sugar in check? This is especially helpful for those who suffer Diabetes. Often you are trying to find the right foods that won’t elevate your sugars too much.
Low Birth Weight is a potentially serious condition when a baby is born weeks or even months early and/or when the birth weight of the baby is low.
It is estimated that one person dies every seven second from diabetes and things continue to get worse. Health officials reported today that an estimated 366 million persons worldwide now suffer from diabetes. The estimated numbers were released in Lisbon, Portugal during the European meeting that had associations with more than 160 countries. Almost 5 million people die each year from this chronic condition.