Category Archives for chronic disease

Explaining The Types Of Personal Injuries

It’s important to educate yourself about the different types of personal injuries so that you can better determine if you have a claim, should you be injured. You never know when you might find yourself

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Five Truisms of Incurable Disease from IBD to Myeloma

As incurable diseases go, Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) and Multiple Myeloma (MM) could not be more different. IBD is localized to the lining of the intestinal tract and MM is a systemic blood cancer.

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Low Vitamin D Levels in Stroke Patients Up Risk of DVT

low serum vitamin D levels were independent predictors of DVT in patients with ischemic stroke during inpatient rehabilitation stay in China. Because I have an increased risk of stroke (Afib) I normally

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Stroke Prevention Diet and Supplementation

“…greens turned out to be associated with the strongest protection against major chronic diseases, including a 20% reduction of stroke for every additional serving.” I live with an increased

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Multiple Sclerosis and your risk of Blood Clots

“Overall, the team concluded that Multiple Sclerosis patients are at increased risk of developing venous thromboembolism, and suggest that “there may be a role for VTE prophylaxis in high risk

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Magnesium to Reduce Stroke Risk w/ Chronic Afib

Increasing dietary magnesium intake is associated with a reduced risk of stroke, heart failure, diabetes, and all-cause mortality… I developed chronic atrial fibrillation (afib) in the fall of 2010.

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4 Signs It’s Time to Seek Help for Addiction

Beating addiction often requires expert assistance to get through the worst periods until you are comfortable managing alone. Research suggests that an increased use of drug and alcohol addiction can dramatically

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Are Anti-Aging Therapies such as N.A.D., Legit?

“In studies of yeast, worms, flies and mice, “that replenishing  (N.A.D.) rapidly reverses some aspects of aging,” First things first. I think the term “anti-aging” is misleading.

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4 Tips on How You Can Keep Disease at Bay

Either you know someone or have personally experienced an illness or disease at one point in your life. Thinking back on it, the situation is something that you never want to experience again. Of course,

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Collagen-Skin, Muscle, Joint, Brain and Heart Health

“In 2018, thanks in part to a small but growing body of evidence suggesting it (collagen) can improve skin, ease arthritis symptoms, promote wound healing, and fend off muscle wasting,” Nutritional

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