Cancer / Illness

What is Charcot's Foot that Occurs in Diabetes?
By Craig Payne · 2 weeks ago
Charcot’s foot is one of the many problems which might occur in those with diabetes mellitus. The higher blood sugar levels that stem from all forms of diabetes have an affect on numerous body systems ...
How Oral Health Problems Can Affect Your Lungs
By Talon Davis · 1 month ago
Oral health is much more important than many people realize. Conditions like gum disease don’t just put the teeth at risk; they’re also linked to a variety of health problems. It’s no exaggeration to say ...
Free Online Therapy Consultation Offered To Texas Residents
By Keith Hunt · 1 month ago
The fear of the unknown can prevent us from taking action on things that will eventually be to our benefit. For instance, I like my dentist, but hate the thought of appointments. Although scared of ...
The Pain of Letting Go: Addiction and Recovery
By Paola Paez · 2 months ago
The physical pain of recovering from alcohol and drug addiction is known by almost all and has been experienced by many: uncontrollable shaking that will make you unable to hold a spoon, profuse night sweating ...
With Great Talent Comes Great Demons: CEO's and Mental Health
By Paola Paez · 2 months ago
We all know the stories of what happened to great public figures such as Amy Winehouse, Robin Williams, Whitney Houston, Heath Ledger, and Maradona, to mention a few. All extremely successful and rich, yet with ...
Jim’s Story: How Evidence-Based Practices Can Stop the Domino Effect and Reduce ICU Complications
By Kali Dayton · 4 months ago
I hate to say it, but what I’m about to tell you is nothing new. The unnecessary suffering I’m about to describe has occurred countless times due to a culture of habit in the intensive ...
Alternatives to Traditional Dental Implants
By Dr. Steve Koo · 6 months ago
Many people are nervous about asking for dental implants for various reasons. Some are afraid that they’ll have to wait too long to actually enjoy the benefits of their new teeth, while others think they ...
Why KIlling Youth Aka Future
By Sachin Antony, Akhil Monsy · 6 months ago
WHY KILLING YOUTH AKA FUTURE ?! Showcased in Substance Use and Misuse, Estoup, Cambell, Varma and Stewart’s (2016) article, “The Impact of Marijuana Legalization on Adolescent Use, Consequences, and Perceived Risk,” points out that marijuana ...
What Kind of Conditions Can Your Dentist Find by Looking at Your Mouth?
By David Crumpton, Dds · 7 months ago
Tooth decay and gum disease aren’t the only things that a dentist might find during a routine checkup. Many systemic health problems have symptoms that manifest orally; as such, the mouth often exhibits warning signs ...
Could You Be At Risk for Oral Cancer?
By Dr. Malcolm Murray · 9 months ago
Did you know that more than 54,000 cases of oral cancer are diagnosed each year? While this statistic from the American Cancer Society is staggering, it’s important to know that deaths have decreased over the ...
How to find a quality CBD product In 2022 ?
By Kavin Peterson · 9 months ago
Although CBD products are readily available almost everywhere these days, it’s important to keep in mind these products are not all created equal. The FDA hasn’t approved any over-the-counter CBD products yet, so it’s very ...
Diabetes Freedom Reviews - How I Learnt to Control My Diabetes Free Diet
By David Bell · 11 months ago
What is the best way to achieve diabetes freedom? With the ever-increasingly expensive medications and insulin pumps that keep you on the right track, most people just get along. But if you're like the majority ...
CELEBRATE NATIONAL BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH AND ENTER TO WIN A KEURIG DUO
By Dr. Sheila De Gruy · 1 year ago
1 in 8 U.S. women (about 13%) will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime and it’s expected that during 2021, an estimated 281,550 new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected ...
Me and My Menopause
By Rivka R Meyer · 1 year ago
Surgical menopause can be a daunting prospect and many of the experiences shared online are negative. Here’s my own more encouraging story of how I managed surgical menopause successfully. “Will I still be me?” Sitting ...
Breast Cancer goes from 0-150 mph in under 9 seconds
By Andy Kahle · 1 year ago
Breast Cancer goes from 0-150mph in under 9 seconds ‘Don’t Wait for the Green Light’ is Andy’s sometimes humorous but highly emotional new book about her fight to get back on the race track. Perth, ...
World Health Organization Tips on Protecting the Coronavirus
By Nadim Mia · 1 year ago
Thousands of people are dying worldwide from the deadly coronavirus spread from China. Now the coronavirus has spread to almost all the countries of the world. Coronavirus is a genetic disease whose symptoms include flu, ...
Early Warning Signs of APPENDICITIS and Its Urgent Treatment
By Najat Ruhi · 1 year ago
The inflammation of an appendix (a small finger-shaped pouch on the right side of the abdomen connected to the colon) or also be referred to as ‘Appendicitis’, is one of the most common serious conditions ...
What You should Know About Urogynaecology
By Ng Kai Lyn · 1 year ago
Urogynaecology focuses on pelvic floor disorders. The pelvic floor in women is important as it helps the pelvic organs such as the uterus, bladder, rectum and vagina to be supported both in terms of anatomy ...
Cancer survivors
By Fortunate Sibiya · 1 year ago
Positive Thinking Is Powerful During and After Cancer Treatment Directing confidence during your malignancy venture isn't just about living longer — it's tied in with living better. In the fall of 2018, Teri Cettina started ...
Fatty Liver: The Silent Killer
By Afiqah Zuhelmi · 1 year ago
Fatty Liver: The Silent Killer The top cause of death in Malaysia is due to heart disease. However, liver diseases seem to chase the number of death and has already reached the epidemic level in ...