The annual guidelines for 2018 given by the American Diabetes Association promote the use of glucose-lowering drugs with proven cardiovascular benefit in type 2 diabetes, glucose screening in teenagers with high risk as well as improving diabetes care in elderly patients.
Blame your anatomy, women are at greater risk of developing an UTI than men and according to recent studies by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, 8.1 million women seek professional care to treat UTI’s.
Just like William Ewart Gladstone once said: “If you are cold, tea will warm you; if you are too heated, it will cool you; If you are depressed, it will cheer you; If you are excited, it will calm you.” Worldwide, after water, tea is the second most consumed type of liquid. Its benefits go from lowering heart disease and stroke, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, cancer prevention, weight loss, digestive problems, and skin problems.
Cold winds, low temperature and humidity. We all can feel it in our skin… Winter is coming. Don’t let this winter damage your skin and leave it red or chapped. There are certain tips that will help you keep it glowing and hydrated as ever. Use adequate skin products that will maintain your natural moisture skin factor as well as complement the correct moisture from the outside.
We all know the benefits of proper oral and dental hygiene. Brushing your teeth, flossing, mouthwash use, as well as, regular dentist visits should always be included. Here are some minerals and vitamins that should be considered added to your diet for a beautiful, white, healthy smile.
Headaches are one of the most common types of pain and is one of the most major reasons why people seek professional help and miss work or school days. Sometimes, they don’t require a doctor’s attention; others may warn of a more serious illness.
Medicine has made it possible for various diseases who were once deadly to now be treated increasing the populations life span. But, with this, comes other types of negative consequences such as Erectile Dysfunction in an aging population.
Breastfeeding offers many health benefits for you and your little one. Not only is it free, but it is also a custom-made supply. Throughout your baby‘ s growth and needs, your milk will adapt to your baby’s eating requirements. Breast milk protects against common childhood diseases and is by far superior to formula since the energy it provides to your baby is more efficiently used.