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Vitamin B12 Deficiency? Get Smartified

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Share Your Wellbeing is a Labour of Love – after the commitment’s made, there’s no turning back! Catching this common condition early is key to stopping damage and problems. Vitamin B12 keeps our blood and nervous systems healthy and is vital for manufacturing DNA. Most of us get enough from our diet; our stomach acid detaches it from proteins that stop …

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Do You Have Swollen Diabetic Legs?

Share Best On Test Do You Have Swollen Legs? Always uncomfortable and sometimes serious, you need to find the cause. Our blood and body cells contain fluid, nutrients and other chemicals.  Extra cellular fluid (ECF) and lymphatic channels return excess fluid waste to our blood for excretion by our kidneys. Our brains, kidneys and other organs constantly monitor and adjust …

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The Health Screenings that could Change Your Life

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Share A Positive and Constructive Influence Screening for cancer in diabetic patients is crucial due to increased risk of cancer, decreased cancer survival and decreasing rates of cancer. 1. Cervical Cancer Screening Why? In the UK alone, 900 women die every year because of cervical cancer, but it’s estimated that there would be four times as many deaths without the …

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Acid Reflux and Heartburn, a Duty of Care

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Share Lifestyle changes can usually neutralise this unpleasant condition. Heartburn has become almost an international epidemic – a third of us now suffer regularly. This burning pain behind the breastbone is usually caused by stomach acid flowing up into the gullet (oesophagus) and burning its delicate lining (oesophagitis). As well as aiming to relieve the discomfort, heartburn should be taken …

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Antibiotics: The Latest Advice for Diabetics

Share Used carefully, these drugs will still be there and effective when we need them. Antibiotics save millions of lives, but excessive and inappropriate use has allowed some bacteria to mutate (change their genes) and become resistant to our most powerful antibiotics. We’re using 5% more than just five years ago, although use in animals has reached its lowest ever …

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