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Diet Tips for a Healthy Prostate

May 18, 2019

A lot of men don’t know too much information about their prostate, much less know what it does, where it can be found, or how to keep it healthy. Maybe this is why one out of two men over 50 years have a prostate-related problem. The prostate is a walnut-sized gland that is situated below … Continue reading “Diet Tips for a Healthy Prostate”

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Why Regular Medical Checkups are Important

April 23, 2019

A number of doctors recommend that people undergo annual checkups to monitor their medical well-being. Some doctors say that a visit every 2/3 years is sufficient. The consensus, however, is that you visit your healthcare provider regularly for checkups. Here is why it is important to do so: Catch diseases before they escalate Depending on … Continue reading “Why Regular Medical Checkups are Important”

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5 Common Digestive Problems and Their Causes

April 17, 2019

Digestive problems are a mainstay in our everyday lives. Some conditions are, however, more serious than others and may be indicative of even more serious illnesses. Here are some common digestive problems and their causes: Diarrhea Perhaps the most common of all digestive problems and the most difficult to ignore is diarrhea. If your stool … Continue reading “5 Common Digestive Problems and Their Causes”

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The Different Types of Diabetes

March 21, 2019

Diabetes is caused by the presence of excess glucose in the blood. This happens when the body fails to produce enough insulin to convert the glucose (or fails to use the insulin it produces effectively). If left untreated, diabetes may lead to organ damage, kidney failure, loss of sight, heart diseases, stroke and many more. … Continue reading “The Different Types of Diabetes”

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5 Signs That You May Have High Blood Pressure

March 18, 2019

According to the CDC, ~29% of Americans—i.e. 1 out of every 3 people—are suffering from high blood pressure (a.k.a. hypertension). What this means is: even if you do not have high blood pressure, you definitely know someone that does. To make matters worse, because its symptoms are not clearly noticeable, almost half of the people … Continue reading “5 Signs That You May Have High Blood Pressure”

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