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Overweight Folks Are The Latest Big Problem That Research Has Found

Posted August 8, 2017 naavudi-blog-image-3

Those folks right on the edge of being overweight now can enjoy worrying about a less-obvious problem — being overweight, which isn’t exactly the same thing according to recent research results. The researchers in terms of the circumferences of body parts — the waist, and the hips, define overfatness. Waist-to-Hips Ratios (WHRs) exceeding 1.0 for … Continue reading Overweight Folks Are The Latest Big Problem That Research Has Found

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Are You Doing All That You Could Be Doing To Avoid Dementia?

Posted August 8, 2017 naavudi-blog-image-2

Until recently, it was widely believed that folks had no way to avoid becoming victims of Alzheimer’s disease or of other forms of dementia — that, if you were fated to lapse into dementia, you were just unlucky and you couldn’t fight its onset. Recent research. However, suggests that three personal strategies can improve your … Continue reading Are You Doing All That You Could Be Doing To Avoid Dementia?

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A Diagnosis Of ‘Prediabetes’ Is A Warning Shot Across Your Bow

Posted August 8, 2017 naavudi-blog-1-image

‘Prediabetes’ is a medical condition, which isn’t yet full-blown Diabetes, but can turn into full-blown Diabetes within five to ten years unless preventive measures are taken. It is characterized by higher-than-normal blood-glucose (‘blood-sugar’) readings. A Prediabetic may nave no symptoms, and may indeed not even be aware that he or she is Prediabetic. Symptoms may, … Continue reading A Diagnosis Of ‘Prediabetes’ Is A Warning Shot Across Your Bow

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A New Imaging Method Can Allow Early Warding Off Of Heart Problems

Posted July 21, 2017 alistrol-naavudi-blog-image

A new heart imaging method developed in England can detect tiny clusters of inflamed fat cells, long before they can cause greater inflammation and the formation of arterial-wall plaque that can block coronary arteries. Imaging methods currently in widespread use all too frequently don’t reveal coronary artery blocking until it’s too late to treat it … Continue reading A New Imaging Method Can Allow Early Warding Off Of Heart Problems

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Are You Doing All That You Could Be Doing To Avoid Dementia?

Posted July 13, 2017 blog-5

Until recently, it was widely believed that folks had no way to avoid becoming victims of Alzheimer’s disease or of other forms of dementia — that, if you were fated to lapse into dementia, you were just unlucky and you couldn’t fight its onset. Recent research. However, suggests that three personal strategies can improve your … Continue reading Are You Doing All That You Could Be Doing To Avoid Dementia?

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Physical Maladies Can Dissemble As Anxiety And Depression

Posted July 13, 2017 blog-4

Medical practitioners are generally well aware of psychosomatic illnesses, in which afflicted patients who seem to have symptoms of a physical malady are actually suffering primarily from anxiety and/or depression. What is less widely appreciated is that the reverse also occurs, in which there’s an underlying and often undiagnosed physical disease condition, while a patient … Continue reading Physical Maladies Can Dissemble As Anxiety And Depression

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Going To The Opposite Extreme From Obesity Isn’t Healthy, Either

Posted July 13, 2017 blog-3

Losing bodily weight has become for many North Americans virtually an obsession — although many other folks remain overweight or even obese, and don’t seem to feel equally compelled to try to become slimmer. But some obsessive weight-losers succeed all too well, and wind up developing some health problems that may sound rather unfamiliar to … Continue reading Going To The Opposite Extreme From Obesity Isn’t Healthy, Either

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Are You Getting As Much Vitamin D3 As Your Body Really Needs?

Posted July 11, 2017 blog-2

Our ancestors, in many cases, lived in sunny tropical areas and didn’t wear a whole lot of clothes. Since sunlight falling on exposed skin causes human bodies to generate D-complex vitamins internally, these ancient folks probably didn’t suffer too much from Vitamin-D deficiency. Fast-forward to modern North American life, where most of Canada and the … Continue reading Are You Getting As Much Vitamin D3 As Your Body Really Needs?

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Is Obesity More Accepted Than It Used To Be? If So, Why?

Posted July 11, 2017 blog-1

Recent research studies have found that overweight and obese people nowadays simply aren’t trying quite as hard, to lose weight, as folks who had packed on some extra pounds used to be trying, one or two generations ago. Not all researchers are buying into this finding. Some raise the possibility that many people are in … Continue reading Is Obesity More Accepted Than It Used To Be? If So, Why?

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Types Of Diabetes

Posted March 11, 2016 Indicator Strips For Blood Glucose Testing

There are now at least four recognized distinct Types of Diabetes:    Type I Diabetes, aka Juvenile-Onset Diabetes.    Type II Diabetes, aka Adult-Onset Diabetes.    Latent Autoimmune Diabetes of Adults (LADA), aka Type 1.5 Diabetes.    Gestational Diabetes, affecting women during their pregnancies. Type I Diabetes usually shows itself at a very young age, … Continue reading Types Of Diabetes

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