Common Signs of Uncontrolled Diabetes That You Should Know About

Diabetes is a disease in which your blood sugar levels, also known as blood glucose, are too high. Ideally, a person manages their diabetes via a diabetes management plan. This includes learning how foods effect a person’s blood sugar so they can make changes to their diet that reduce high blood sugar occurrences, introducing exercise into […]

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5 Heart-Healthy Tips to Reduce Your Risk of Heart Disease

Heart disease, otherwise known as cardiovascular disease (CVD), is a group of diseases that involve the heart and the blood vessels, many of them related to atherosclerosis.  Atherosclerosis is a condition developing from the build up of a substance known as plaque in the inside walls of the arteries.  This build-up narrows the arteries and […]

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What You Need To Know About PreDiabetes

Pre-diabetes is a warning illness. When this condition is diagnosed, it can give you the opportunity to improve your health and avoid type 2 diabetes. Pre-diabetes might not sound dangerous, but it means your blood sugar levels are higher than normal. The condition is common. In fact, more than 1 in 3 American adults suffer from pre-diabetes. […]

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What to Expect When You Visit the ER

When you experience an injury or sudden illness, going to the ER may be the first thing that comes to mind. However, if you’ve never been to an emergency room, you may be a little nervous. Although an emergency room visit is usually unplanned and may not be pleasant, knowing what to expect can help alleviate any […]

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The Top 8 Health Screenings For Women

Regular health screenings for women are essential for maintaining overall health. For some conditions, symptoms are not always apparent right away. Early detection can be the key to preventing or being able to better manage a disease. Every woman has her own unique health needs, depending on family history, age, lifestyle, and other risk factors. Your […]

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