Strategies for Coping with Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian Cancer

Cancer is always devastating, irrespective of which organ is affected. The treatments are equally excruciating and it takes a lot of determination to stay on track. Coping with ovarian cancer is tough but not impossible. It is not uncommon to feel numb or frightened when diagnosed with ovarian cancer, or for any malignant tumorous growth. Many women become despondent and pessimistic. A few are confused while guilt suppresses a few of the ill faithed. The emotional reactions can vary but the truth is that they are all negative and depressing.

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Let your health check-up chart out your fitness regime

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A few decades back, the need to go to a gym or a fitness center in order to stay healthy was given less attention. The era was full of physical activity, and only a very few focused on workouts to remain physically fit. For most others, the daily tasks assured them to stay physically active. But today, the sedentary and luxurious lifestyle demands people to engage in exercises and fitness programs outside their houses to keep away a series of lifestyle disorders. Also, with the advent of social media, everyone wants to attain that perfect body figure to show their best looking selves online.

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Higher Thyroid Levels pose a risk of irregular heartbeats

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Imbalance in thyroid levels can lead to various ailments. Medical science is evolving by each passing day – making it possible to acquire knowledge of the human body and of the multiple disorders that can affect it. Now, it has been found that high levels of thyroid can lead to an irregular heartbeat. The Journal Circulation has published this report, and this is yet another compelling reason for why a person should opt for a thyroid test on an yearly basis. The higher the thyroid hormones are in the blood, the higher the risk is for developing this condition. In the medical world, this condition is called the atrial fibrillation.

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5 signs you might be suffering from urinary tract infections

Urinary tract infections

Urinary tract infections, UTI in short, is majorly caused by bacteria (E.coli), and any part of the urinary system can get affected by it. This infection can occur in both men and women, but is very common in women. Around 3% of the men across the world are affected by UTI, while 1 in 2 women suffer from this infection in a lifetime, and the painful fact is that it may recur. UTI in women and men can be identified with a few signs.

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6 Tips to avoid infectious diseases this monsoon

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Monsoon is the time to enjoy the refreshing rains and fresh air with a plate of fried or crispy snacks and a cup of hot tea. But, it’s also the time when bacteria, fungus, and parasites thrive the most and if you are not careful, this can in fact become the time to take lots of pills and rest. Ironically, the awesome weather that makes you want to enjoy and make the most of it can also put you to bed with ailments due to multiple reasons. Follow the tips listed here and fight the monsoon diseases easily and comfortably.

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Why You Need a Blood Test Before Starting a New Fitness Regime

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If there’s one industry that keeps on growing without any hindrances, or does not lack customers across the globe, it’s the fitness industry. This is not only because of the figure consciousness that is gaining popularity worldwide but also because of of the expanding health awareness of the consumers across the world. Weight gain and obesity are claimed to be the most dangerous conditions in many countries of the world.

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Prostate Cancer – Early Detection And Prevention

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Prostate cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer in Indian men and according to the cancer projection data the number of cases will double by year 2020. Early intervention and various screening techniques ensure timely treatment of prostate cancer and can offer increased life expectancy to the affected person. Prostate cancer prevention can be done with early detection, following healthy diet and habits.

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Can Gene Therapy Normalize Blood Sugar Levels?

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Type 1 Diabetes is a condition where our own immune system considers our own body part, like the pancreas cells producing insulin, an enemy. So, the body’s ability to regulate glucose levels go haywire. As a result, a patient of type 1 diabetes needs to rely on insulin injections and medications all through life.Frequent blood tests to monitor the sugar levels are to be done for leading a healthy life. The problem can lead to too many complications and can make one go into depression and.

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A rise of type 2 diabetes in teens and children

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Diabetes has become a household term, and not only adults but children and teens can also be affected by diabetes. Fifteen to twenty years backreports of diabetes in kids were scarce and the diabetes diagnosed used be type 1. But now the rate of growth of the type 2 diabetes in children and in teenagers is becoming alarming. With the lifestyle becoming more and more sedentary each day, and the food options filled with sugar and fats, it is a sad state to see young people depending on medication for an entire lifetime to stay healthy. Diabetes blood test confirms the existence of this disease, and the affected people are not mature enough to understand this.

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