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…
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.
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.
The American Cancer Society recently spoke out about the long term financial effects of cancer. They labeled it as the leading cause of death worldwide as well as one of the most expensive to manage and treat.
Recently I read a recommendation by a group of British Scientists to allow or give away cholesterol medications. This in effect, signals that you can enjoy your hamburgers, fries, coke and swallow a cholesterol medications at the same time.
Health care is an area of demanding and controversial health care programs, insurance and spending. Medicaid and Medicare are government run programs that account for a large portion of health care cost.
Healthy sleep is quite more difficult then most think. Recently I was asked about risk factors and concerns for not getting enough sleep. Insomnia or difficulty sleeping can be detrimental and should be closely monitored.
Recently and it seems, yearly, I have decided to get back to into running. I am not a great runner and have only ran a half dozen 5k races over the past few years. I have always wanted to enjoy running but I believed that to learning to love running would be impossible.