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Coeliac Disease and then the Penny…

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Share Coeliac disease is an immune reaction to dietary gluten which damages your gut lining. Why is it harder for diabetes patients? Balancing diet is more difficult, blood sugar is harder to control and managing both can be frustrating, leading to depression. Affecting at least one in 100 people, coeliac disease is genetically linked, although not directly inherited, meaning it …

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CBD Oil is the New Buzz Word

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Share CBD oil is currently the super supplement in the spotlight and is a legal cannabis extract. Forget about Vitamin D and turmeric! This super supplement has been identified to control your blood sugar levels and reverse your condition because of its positive effects on insulin and metabolism. It is said to help in the prevention and elimination of diabetes. …

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Atrial Fibrillation-O-Rama

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Share Atrial fibrillation affects around one million people in the UK alone and is more likely as we age. Affecting seven in 100 of the over-65’s, it is more common in those with high blood pressure, heart valve problems and other types of heart disease. Atrial fibrillation is the most common heart disorder causing an irregular and often abnormally fast …

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Blood Clot Focus and Spot

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Share Blood clot, venous ones, can cause chronic disability, even death. Long term diseases such as heart and lung conditions or diabetes increases your risks. Here’s what to watch out for. Each year one in a thousand of us develops deep vein thrombosis (DVT) in the calf (around one in a 100 people over the age of 80 years). More …

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Blood Pressure the Silent Killer

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Share Blood pressure kept under control is key to staying healthy, but the majority of us choose to ignore it. Do you know your blood pressure numbers? If the answer’s no, you’re not alone. Research has found that one in five of us are unaware of our vital readings, with an estimated seven million people, in the UK alone, living …

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