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Food That Can Trigger Rheumatoid Arthritis

       If you have rheumatoid arthritis you should know that certain foods might trigger your arthritis symptoms. In fact, many people suffering from rheumatoid arthritis are not aware of the effects certain foods can produce. More...

List Of All Diseases Of The Human Eye

List Of All Diseases Of The Human Eye

The World Health Organization (WHO) recognizes several symptoms that are related to eye diseases. Eye diseases are very common in infants and adults in several under privileged parts of the world. That is why the WHO has put together a list of common eye problems that can affect people across the world. They are basically divided into infections and conditions.More...

 

Dental Implants And Complications

Dental Implants And Complications

Dental implants are usually the first choice by dentists when it comes to replacing missing or severely decayed teeth. They can last a lifetime and not cause any problems. In fact, the success rate for dental implants is about 98 percent, which is pretty high. However, there is a tiny percentage of people who have complications due to dental implants.More...

 

Risks To Health By Stress

Risks To Health By Stress

Most of us experience stress at some time or the other. Stress is most likely to occur when the demands are high, when a person has low control or when a person has limited support available. While most of us can cope with stress and are able to handle it, there are others who cannot. These people end up developing chronic stress.More...

 

 

Nutritional Supplements For Parkinsons Disease

Nutritional Supplements For Parkinsons Disease

Parkinson’s disease is a degenerative disease afflicting the nervous system. The underlying cause is unknown, but symptoms appear when there is a lack of dopamine in the brain. The natural nutritional formula targeted at Parkinson’s disease contains powerful antioxidants. More...

 

Tinnitus And Senility

Tinnitus And Senility

Tinnitus is a phenomenon of the nervous system connected to the ear, characterized by perception of a ringing or beating sound (often perceived as sinusoidal)  with no external source. Tinnitus and senile dementia are closely interlinked with each other. More...

 

Comparison Of Osteoarthritis Drugs

Comparison Of Osteoarthritis Drugs

Osteoarthritis (OA) also known as degenerative joint disease is caused by wear and tear of cartilage that covers and acts as cushion inside joints and also lubricates the joints. Osteoarthritis commonly affects hips, feet, spine, knees and the large weight bearing joints such as hips and knees. As OA progresses, the effected joints appear large and there is low-grade inflammation in the joints. More...

 

How Does Osteoporosis Differ From Osteomalacia

How Does Osteoporosis Differ From Osteomalacia

Osteoporosis differs from osteomalacia in several aspects. Osteoporosis is a disease in which there is a decrease bone density; meaning that for a particular volume of bone there is too little calcium and phosphorous in bones due to which the bones becomes fragile and porous. In osteomalacia, however, the amount of bone density or mass may be normal, but there is little mineral in bone.More...

 

Elderly Mental Health Best Practices

Elderly Mental Health Best Practices          Mental health can be described as the psychological status of a person that helps him to provide intellectual contributions to functions of daily living regardless of his physical health. Mental health mostly gets destabilized when a person enters his old age. According to research, humans lose some cognitive functions during the process of aging More...

 

Why Do The Elderly Commit Suicide ?

Why Do The Elderly Commit Suicide          In the United States, elders (aged 65 and above) have been reported to commit suicide more frequently than teenagers and younger people. Current studies and research suggest an increasing trend of suicides among the elderly. According to the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (NCICP), Americans who are 65 years and above, constitute only 13 percent of More...

 

Alzheimer’s Companion Cards

          A Companion Card is a wallet-sized photo ID card, which allows people with chronic illness and disability (who due to their disability require lifelong attendant and care) to participate in community events and activities without discrimination. The companion card is ideally suited for patients with Alzheimer’s More...

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Abdomen Exercises For Senior

Abdomen Exercises For Senior Citizens

        Older people are very concerned about how to reduce the flab on their bodies. This concern is born more as a means of preventing other health problems (such as heart disease and diabetes) than to make them appear younger and more attractive.More...

 
 


 

 

 
   
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