Health Conditions

Ways Your Blood Sugar Is Making You Sick – Eat This, Not That

High blood sugar is linked to a host of serious health issues and should never be left untreated. “Uncontrolled glucose levels over time can lead to bad health issues like heart disease, kidney failure, retinopathy, and even loss of limbs,” says Mihail Zilbermint, MD, expert in endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism, and assistant professor at the …

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MP learns the importance of aquatic physiotherapy treatment

Sarah Green MP, Intermediate, and staff at the new hydrotherapy pool at Amersham Hospital. Photo: Stefano Cagnoni Chesham and Amersham MP Sarah Green met patients who had received aquatic physiotherapy treatment at Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust’s Amersham Hospital. They told Ms Green how their health and well-being had improved since using the new pool facilities …

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Do you have allergies? You may be less at risk of catching COVID

To respond effectively to COVID, it was important to understand who may be at greater risk of contracting the virus and developing more severe disease. To that end, scientists and clinicians have established a range of risk factors for severe illness with COVID, including advanced age, obesityand several underlying health conditions. ​Buy now | Our …

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Sure Signs Your Colon Isn’t Working Properly, Doctors Say – Eat This, Not That

Your colon is a vital organ that is part of your digestive system, helping to digest food and turn it into stool, among other important functions, so when it’s struggling, you’ll more than likely feel it. The colon is susceptible to many things like cancer, inflammation, and other problems like constipation, diarrhea, and irritable bowel …

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Altitude sickness explained

Altitude sickness can occur when you climb too quickly because your body doesn’t have time to adjust to low oxygen levels. It is treatable, but in some cases it can lead to death.Early symptoms of altitude sickness can include headaches, fatigue, and difficulty breathing. Although altitudes of 1,500 meters (m) or higher are considered high …

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Lewis Silkin – HSE says employers must prepare for a warmer future

In a recent press release, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) urges businesses to consider how they should adapt to warmer working conditions and to factor extreme heat into their long-term planning. Legal position: too hot to work? There is no maximum temperature for workplaces in the UK, so no specific temperature at which it …

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Federal judge sides with Texas, blocks HHS guidelines on emergency abortions

WASHINGTON — A federal district judge has granted a Texas attorney general’s request to temporarily block federal government guidance that federal law protects health care providers who perform abortions to save the life or health of patients pregnant in emergency situations. Judge James Wesley Hendrix wrote that the July U.S. Department of Health and Human …

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The Psychiatry Consortium welcomes a new international partner

Drug Discovery Catapult Welcome to Shionogi at the Psychiatry Consortium. Shionogi & CO., LTD. (known as “Shionogi”), a leading research-driven global pharmaceutical company, has joined the Psychiatry Consortium – an international collaboration aimed at accelerating drug discovery and development in this area of ​​urgent medical need and not satisfied. The Psychiatry Consortium, managed by Medicines …

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The role of technology in enabling vulnerable people to live independently for longer • THIIS Magazine

We are living longer as a nation and have the information we need to make healthier and better choices. By investing in technology and innovating our services, we will be able to provide proactive and preventative care tailored to each individual’s needs. This in turn will allow users of the service to live independently for …

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