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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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Statins, Do Diabetics Need Them?

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Share These cholesterol-lowering drugs reduce heart attacks and strokes, but are they for everyone? Forty years after statins were launched, they‘re still controversial. Researchers in Britain say fewer high-risk patients have started taking them since the latest guidance from NICE (the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence), while people in lower-risk categories may be over-treated with statins. Why does …

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World War on Delicious? The Diabetes Pandemic.

DIABETES PANDEMIC

ShareParis Climate Change Conference (Paris CCC). Paris CCC experts are telling us to stop eating meat. Becoming vegetarian will help save the planet! Too much methane gas is produced when cattle are reared for beef and dairy products. This industry is 14.5 % responsible for annual greenhouse gas emissions. If we need to alter our lifestyle, our diets and eat …

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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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Diabetes and The Unsportsman

Diabetes and Playing a Sport

ShareEnjoying and playing a sport is recommended for everyone. Being outdoors, being physical has many benefits- for the mind, body and soul. Whether you play a competitive sport or just for the fun of it, it is a very good way to stay healthy. Having been diagnosed with diabetes should not be a hindrance or deterrent to playing a sport. …

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