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Alternative Medicine: Fatty Liver - Fighting Fatty Liver
Most widespread among the overweight and middle-aged, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease could lead to serious liver damage and even leave you more vulnerable to heart disease. Here's how to protect yourself from this increasingly common health threat.
Breast Cancer: Breast Cancer and Diabetes, Osteoporosis, Heart Disease - Chronic Conditions and Breast Cancer
Treatments for breast cancer can be rough on your body - but if you already have a chronic condition such as diabetes, osteoporosis or heart disease, you will have to balance in your present medications as well. In addition, breast cancer treatment can put you at a higher risk for osteoporosis and heart disease, because some of the drugs affect your bones and heart muscle. Learn how breast cancer treatment may affect you.
Cancer: Pancreatic Cancer - Symptoms of Pancreatic Cancer
Pancreatic cancer symptoms are often mistaken as ailments of other illnesses. In this article, we discuss the symptoms of pancreatic cancer and what may cause the symptoms to appear.
Coffee / Tea: Stevia - A natural sweetener
Stevia is a natural herbal sweetener that is slowly becoming accepted
Deafness: Sign Language - Diabetes in Sign Language
How do you explain diabetes in sign language to a deaf child or adult (or a hearing child of deaf parents)? Here are the sources of the sign language for common words associated with diabetes.
Dental Care: Diabetes - Diabetes and Gum Disease
The control of diabetes has been frequently linked to Gum Disease, also known as Periodontal Disease. Gum disease is one of the leading causes of tooth loss among adults. Learn what steps a person with Diabetes can take to prevent Gum disease.
Type 2 Diabetes: Is Sonia Sotomayor's Diabetes an Issue in her nomination to the Supreme Court?
Federal Appeals Court Judge Sonia Sotomayor was nominated to the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday by President Obama. Sotomayor, 54, would be the first Hispanic Supreme Court judge in history. Since her nomination, it has come out in the media that Sotomayor has had type 1 diabetes since the age of eight. Do you think that Sotomayor's diabetes is a relevant issue in her nomination to the Supreme Court? Tell us what you think.
Drugs: ACE Inhibitors - Do I Need to Take an ACE Inhibitor to Treat Diabetes
People with type 2 diabetes often have high blood pressure. The combination of these conditions significantly increases the risk for heart attack and stroke. People with type 2 diabetes may need to take medication such as an ACE inhibitor to treat high blood pressure.
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Holistic Healing: Diabetes - Managing Diabetes Naturally
Naturopathic Physician, Dr. Rita Louise, explains types of diabetes. She also lists 11 natural ways to manage diabetes.