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Are You Poor In Rocket Fuel and Steroids?

Diabetes and the Growing Steroid Habit

ShareAdolescent boys and young men, all want to look muscular, have a 6-pack abdomen and beefed up upper body. When this does not happen naturally, they look at achieving this through illegal and unnatural means. Basically, through the use of steroids. This desire to look good for the opposite sex also holds true for diabetic adolescents and young males. They …

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Given To Unhealthy Thoughts And A Dissipating Lifestyle?

Diabetes and Lifestyle

ShareAwareness is the key to diabetes management. Knowing what causes fluctuations in blood sugar levels, and proactively acting on it is vital. Lifestyle today is one of the main causes of precipitating diabetes in people who already have a predisposition to it. This is particularly for developing type 2 diabetes. Life is so fast paced and stressful, that we are …

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Aged. Sixty Is The New Forty.

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ShareAbout 20% of Americans aged above 65 are affected by diabetes. Also because of the effects of aging, weight gain and less physically active lives, a large part of the senior citizen population are also suffering from insulin resistance and a great number of elderly diabetics cannot manage their blood sugar levels. The major problem with elderly diagnosed with diabetes …

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Labelled Healthy

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ShareDid you know, the foods you’ve been told in the media are healthy, actually increase your weight and can cause you diabetes and other serious health problems. Most foods are manufactured by big companies and since these companies have a lot of influence and pull in the media, you’re probably eating these foods daily and they not only add to …

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Workaholics Ask for Strokes, Diabetes Mellitus and Cardiac Diseases

Strokes, Diabetes Mellitus and Cardiac Diseases

ShareWork overtime and get a stroke. A standard full-time job working thirty-five to forty hours a week is considerably healthier than fifty-five hours or more a week;  the latter are more likely to increase their risk of stroke or a cardiac disease by thirty-three percent , says a study conducted by  University College, London. Jobs requiring long working hours can …

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