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Metabolic Syndrome - its Causes, Risk Factors, Symptoms & Treatment.

Metabolic Syndrome - its Causes, Risk Factors, Symptoms & Treatment.

abdominal obesity, triglycerides, blood pressure, poor HDL, insulin resistance are risk factors of metabolic syndrome. This is based on the guidelines from the National Institute of Health. The main features of metabolic syndrome include insulin resistance, hypertension, cholesterol abnormalities and overweight or obesity. 

Tags: Cardiovascular Disease, Chronic Lifestyle Diseases, Diabetes, Diabetes Prevention, Exercise and Yoga, Health Hazards, Heart Health, Hypertension, Men's Health, Metabolic Syndrome, Morbid Obesity, Obesity / Weight Loss, Pre-Diabetes, Sedentary Lifestyle, Type 2 Diabetes - Insulin Dependent Diabetes, Water, Women's Health

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As a Woman, What’s My Risk Score For Developing Heart Disease?

As a Woman, What’s My Risk Score For Developing Heart Disease?

As a Woman, What’s My Risk Score For Developing Heart Disease? What steps can I take to reduce my risk of developing cardiovascular disease. 

Tags: Cardiovascular Disease, Cholesterol, Chronic Lifestyle Diseases, General health, Heart Health, Hypertension, Sedentary Lifestyle, Women's Health

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Exercise During Pregnancy – Make Mommy & Baby Healthy!

Exercise During Pregnancy – Make Mommy & Baby Healthy!

Exercising during pregnancy has several positive benefits for both the baby and the mother. It helps make the delivery easier, recovery is faster and prevents the mom to be from gaining excessive weight, getting conditions such as gestational diabetes etc. 

Tags: Anemia, Children's Health, Eat Healthy, Exercise and Yoga, Folic Acid, General health, Nutritional Myths, Pregnancy / Lactation, Sedentary Lifestyle, Women's Health

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Fats - What’s Good For Your Heart Is Good For Your Brain

Fats - What’s Good For Your Heart Is Good For Your Brain

A new Brigham and Womens hospital study revealed that just like with heart diseases certain fats have a negative impact on cognitive health function as well. Saturated fats adversely affect cognitive health. 

Tags: Breast Cancer, Cancer Management, Cardiovascular Disease, Cholesterol, Chronic Lifestyle Diseases, Eat Healthy, Fats, General health, Health Hazards, Healthy Foods, Healthy Lifestyle, Heart Health, Nutrition Counseling, Obesity / Weight Loss, Sedentary Lifestyle, Women's Health

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Please Pass Me The Salt!

Please Pass Me The Salt!

Research has clearly shown that consuming too much salt can raise blood pressure, which in turn increases the risk of heart attack and stroke. 

Tags: Cardiovascular Disease, Chronic Lifestyle Diseases, Eat Healthy, General health, Hypertension, Sodium

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Cardiovascular Disease Screening a Must For Young With Lifestyle Risks

Cardiovascular Disease Screening a Must For Young With Lifestyle Risks

Given the fact that life styles today are increasing the risk for CVD only half the young adult population take the effort to get screened and take precautions to avoid CVD & CVD related diseases. 

Tags: Cardiovascular Disease, Chronic Lifestyle Diseases, Eat Healthy, Fitness, Health Hazards, Healthy Lifestyle, Heart Health, Screening, Sedentary Lifestyle, Smoking

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Exercise May Reverse Cardiovascular Disease As Well as Prevent It

Exercise May Reverse Cardiovascular Disease As Well as Prevent It

A number of studies in Europe have shown that exercise has a more positive impact on strengthening heart muscle and reversing CVD. Exercises such as interval training, strength training etc are more effective than moderate continuous training however it should not lead to exertion. Broadly speaking CVD patients should exercise 3-4 times a week for at least 30 minutes but this should be customised for each individual. 

Tags: Cardiovascular Disease, Chronic Lifestyle Diseases, Exercise and Yoga, Fitness, Healthy Lifestyle, Heart Health, Sedentary Lifestyle

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Cholesterol Updates on Prevention, Recommendations & Management
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Balancing Your Diet - To Fight a Bulging Waistline!
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The Future Of Diabetes Treatment & Management - 2011-2012
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Ensuring a Healthy Pregnancy  - Tips on Diet, Exercise And Lifestyle Changes
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Backaches & Muscle Pain? Alter Your lifestyle!

Backaches & Muscle Pain? Alter Your lifestyle!

A healthy diet, correct posture and adequate exercise are necessary to avoid backaches and muscle pains. 

Tags: Calcium, Diet, Eat Healthy, Exercise and Yoga, General health, Healthy Lifestyle, Obesity / Weight Loss, Phosphorous, Proteins

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Nutrition Is Key To a Healthy Pregnancy And Baby.

Nutrition Is Key To a Healthy Pregnancy And Baby.

Nutrition before becoming pregnant and during pregnancy is key to having a healthy baby. One of the best things you can do for your baby's growth and health is making balanced smart choices about your nutrition...Read more 

Tags: Anemia, Eat Healthy, Gestational Diabetes, Healthy Foods, Nutrition, Nutritional Myths, Nutritional Supplements, Pregnancy / Lactation, Vitamins & Supplements, Women's Health

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Constipation – Do You Suffer from it?

Constipation – Do You Suffer from it?

A number of people suffer from constipation which is very bothersome, but if ignored can lead to more serious health challenges. 

Tags: Diet, Eat Healthy, Exercise and Yoga, Fibre, General health, Healthy Foods, Healthy Lifestyle, Sedentary Lifestyle, Smoking, Stress, Water

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Kids Health - Role of Nutrition and Exercise in Children's Health, Growth, Development

Kids Health - Role of Nutrition and Exercise in Children's Health, Growth, Development

Addressing kid's health - kids who eat more fruits and vegetable, consume enough dairy and protein and are active 40-60 minutes daily are less likely to develop chronic preventive diseases such as diabetes and heart disease in adulthood. 

Tags: Children's Health, Eat Healthy, Exercise and Yoga, General health, Healthy Lifestyle, Nutrition

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Getting a Grip On Irritable Bowel Syndrome!

Getting a Grip On Irritable Bowel Syndrome!

Irritable bowel syndrome is probably the most common gut condition that affects one in ten people at some point in their life. 

Tags: Chronic Lifestyle Diseases, Eat Healthy, Fibre, General health, Healthy Lifestyle, Stress

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World Health Day 2012,  Make A Pledge This April 7th, 2012!
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Parkinson's in Men - A Devastating Diagnosis

Parkinson's in Men - A Devastating Diagnosis

Did you know that men are more prone to suffer from Parkinson’s disease (PD) than women? 

Tags: Eat Healthy, General health, Healthy Foods, Men's Health

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Male Menopause

Male Menopause

Men and menopause? Impossible! 

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When Children Snore! Is It Funny or Dangerous!

When Children Snore! Is It Funny or Dangerous!

It is common knowledge that an obese child is NOT a healthy child. But, did you know that if your child is obese, his extra pounds could put him at risk for sleep apnea, a serious, debilitating and potentially life-threatening sleep disorder? 

Tags: Children's Health, Obesity / Weight Loss

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