As many as 54 million American adults are considered “pre-diabetic” according to the Centers for Disease Control. A pre-diabetic condition is defined as a state in which blood glucose levels are elevated but have not yet met the standard to qualify as diabetes. Continue reading “1 in 5 at Risk for Insulin Disorders” »
Should I spend my money to see a conventional doctor or a naturopathic doctor?” Integrated Medicine is both; its physicians who practice both traditional and alternative medicine. Continue reading “Integrated Medicine: Everything you wanted in a Doctor” »
Becoming pregnant is an important moment in a woman’s life. Every women wants to have an uneventful pregnancy and a healthy baby. Ideally, care should begin before conception. Therefore, before becoming pregnant, consult the nearby qualified doctor and get prenatal counselling done. Continue reading “Prenatal Counselling – medical advice before planning pregnancy” »
The more active you are the better you will look in the long run.
Here are a few ideas for being more active than you are right now.
1. get up 15 minutes early and walk to the end of the street and back a time or 2. Continue reading “How 15 Minutes Can Change Your Life” »
As many proponents as there are for vegetarianism there are just as many people who don’t have an opinion on the subject. On the other extreme however, there are also just as many people who would go so far as to argue against the practice. Continue reading “Arguments Against Vegetarianism” »
Are you interested in improving your health? If you are, there are a number of steps that you can take. With that said, a great way to get started is by eating organic foods. There are a number of benefits to eating organic foods. One of those many benefits is that you are eating foods that are not made with artificial additives. Continue reading “Organic Foods Why You Shouldnt Let The Cost Turn You Away” »
While some fat in the diet is necessary, and it would be a mistake to try to eliminate all fat from the diet, most people simply eat too much fat. Cutting back on fat is an important part of creating a healthier diet and lifestyle. Continue reading “Avoiding Fat For Healthier Eating” »
A big part of enjoying healthier eating is buying healthier foods, and that means making smart choices where it matters most – at the supermarket. Choosing the freshest, healthiest foods is an important first step toward making healthy and delicious meals your whole family will love. Continue reading “Shop Smart For A Healthy Lifestyle” »
Renal cell carcinoma is often detected incidentally: a routine x-ray reveals that the kidney is enlarged. From there, further testing is required to confirm the diagnosis. Once a diagnosis is made, the cancer is staged to determine how advanced the tumor is. Continue reading “Renal cell carcinoma – CT Scan, Intravenous Pyelogram and Other Tools” »
As more and more Americans are joining the ranks of the “fat people,” medical scientists and sociologists are collaborating to find the causes and stop the trend. Obesity is on the rise. Blaming fast food outlets and legislating warning labels about fat content may or may not stem the Continue reading ““Fat People” Stereotypes and the Effects of Obesity” »