Posts Tagged "diabetes"

Quick Fixes to Prevent the Diseases You Fear Most

Posted by admin on Jun 28, 2013 in Blog, Healthy Eating, Top Health Tips | 0 comments

Quick Fixes to Prevent the Diseases You Fear Most

We are big fans of Oprah Winfrey´s favourite doctor and now Dr. Oz shows us that it has never been easier to take steps to prevent the diseases people fear the most. These simple, revolutionary steps serve as quick fixes to arm your body against the diseases you fear most: diabetes, cancer, heart attack and stroke. For more great advice from Dr. Oz visit his website  www.doctoroz.com 1. Quick Fix for Diabetes: Fiber and Vinegar Cocktail Approximately 26 million Americans are living with diabetes. The key to preventing this chronic disease is to keep blood sugar balanced. Avoid the...

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Poor Sleep Habits Can Cause Diabetes

Posted by admin on Jul 24, 2012 in Blog, Health Conditions, Senior Health Advice | 0 comments

Poor Sleep Habits Can Cause Diabetes

It is well known that poor lifestyle choices can create or worsen diabetes, but normally when we think of the causes of this illness we are likely to connect it to being obese or having a very poor diet. However, new findings show that poor sleep habits can have a very negative affect on diabetes and in some cases may even be the cause. How hard is shift work on a worker’s body? Research out Wednesday from Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston demonstrates very precisely the way fighting the body’s natural sleep patterns can increase the risk of type 2 diabetes, the most common...

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Shift Workers ‘Risking’ Diabetes and Obesity

Posted by admin on Apr 12, 2012 in Healthy Eating, Top Health Tips | 0 comments

Shift Workers ‘Risking’ Diabetes and Obesity

We always keep up to date with the latest health news and we were really interested when we came across this new researched that was published in the BBC Health Section and written by James Gallagher, a health and science reporter for BBC News. It seems night working has been linked to poorer health with shift workers getting too little sleep at the wrong time of day may be increasing their risk of diabetes and obesity, according to researchers. It made us think of the new season upon us in Mallorca and with people starting to work longer and more irregular hours. The team of researchers is...

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Why Do Blood Vessels Burst in Eyes?

Posted by admin on Sep 29, 2011 in Health Conditions | 0 comments

Why Do Blood Vessels Burst in Eyes?

A burst blood vessel іn thе eyes іѕ a relatively common problem thаt саn hаνе many sources. Sοmе people experience pain whеn thіѕ occurs; bυt, thіѕ ailment іѕ οftеn painless аnԁ noticeable οnƖу due tο a red οr ԁаrk patch іn thе white οf thе eye. Although popped blood vessels іn thе eye happen frequently, ѕοmе conditions cause redness іn thе eye аnԁ mау really bе symptoms οf a better problem οr disease. Whаt іѕ a Burst Blood Vessel? Whеn a blood vessel bursts іn thе eye, іt іѕ known аѕ subconjunctival hemorrhage. According tο...

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Chronic Illness

Posted by admin on Jul 28, 2011 in Health Conditions | 0 comments

Chronic Illness

At any one time in the UK, as many as 17.5 million adults may be living with a chronic disease. There are thousands of chronic conditions which affect people from mid-life onwards, including: Heart disease High blood pressure Arthritis Diabetes Depression Asthma Irritable bowel syndrome Although many of these diseases can be serious or even potentially fatal, modern medicine has meant that most people can control their condition with close supervision, medication, surgery and other treatments, living with it for decades. For more help and advice on chronic illness contact our team at...

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