Diabetes is one of the most common diseases in the world. In 2015, in the United States, 9,4% of the population had diabetes and by the year 2050, it is suggested that 1 in 3 Americans would suffer this disease. Of the 30.3 million people who suffer diabetes, 7.2 million were not diagnosed and 1.5 million new cases are being diagnosed every year.
Diseases that once were fading are now re-emerging in the past decade. Whooping cough, measles, mumps… to name a few. In 2015, a measles outbreak started in California in unvaccinated children. In 2017 in Minnesota, parents who refused the MMR vaccine because of fear of their children contracting autism, as well, spread a measles outbreak. In both scenarios, unvaccinated children were affected.
A blood test may help the doctors to identify woman, after 5 years from the breast cancer treatment, who will be more likely to have breast cancer without wait longer for lumps or signs. This new experiment called liquid biopsies, is the largest study for breast cancer and the outcomes will help the doctors to analyze which woman need to keep the prevent therapy, which ones do not need it anymore.
Don´t you just sometimes wish you had a magical all- natural “happy pill” that would immediately eliminate your moodiness and make you a happier person? Your brain already does that, but how can you boost it up?
Should we follow our predecesors way of eating? Physicians have now started to recommend a very ancient well known diet. Helps its users feel less joint pain, sleep more soundly, increase energery and control diseases without any medication. These diets are based on leafy greens and vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, fish and grass-fed meat. Avoiding at all costs: bread, grains, dairy, beans, sugar or processed foods.
Four day-to-day life habits to keep your immune system top notch. Everyone dreads the flu and colds: fever, sore throat, loss of energy, and general discomfort. In order to avoid this, keeping your immune system in fighting mode will keep you healthy. There are many habits you can acquire in your day to day life to fight these dreaded viruses.
There is no sure way to prevent breast cancer, but there are things you can do that might lower your risk. Breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed among U.S. women with 252,710 new cases to be diagnosed in 2017 according to statistics from Breast Cancer Stats 2017.
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.