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Tuesday, 25 April 2017



Osteoporosis is a disease characterized by a decrease in bone density and strength, that's to say, bones become more fragile and breakable, with the presence of abnormal pores, taking the shape of sponge. The disorder weakens bones and increases their susceptibility to fractures such as the fractures of spine and thighbone.

Your bone tissues are in a constant state of renewal from birth until adolescence and reach their peak bone density by early twenties, and with aging the bone tissues degrade and the body begins to replace them, the process is known as (renewal).
In case of osteoporosis the bone tissues cannot be compensated and become less dense and porous, brittle and breakable.

Symptoms and signs:
The symptoms do not usually show up at the early stages of osteoporosis, but some of them occur with the progress of the disease, including:
  • Back pain caused by a fractured or collapsed vertebra. 
  • Loss of height.
  • Stooped posture.
  • Easily incidence of bone fractures.

Risk factors:
The following risk factors are uncontrollable:
  • Aging.
  • Gender: Women are much more likely to develop osteoporosis.
  • Family history of osteoporosis.
  • Menopause/Hysterectomy
  • Rheumatoid arthritis.
  • Primary and secondary hypogonadism.
  • Diabetes.
The controllable factors:
  • Smoking.
  • Low BMI (Body Mass Index).
  • Malnutrition.
  • Vitamin D deficiency.
  • Vitamin C deficiency.
  • Protein deficiency.
  • Eating disorders.
  • Lack of physical activities.
  • Low calcium in diet.
  • Frequent falls.
  • Diagnosis is done by evaluating risk factors and medical history of patient.
  • Bone density device Central DXA.
Bone fractures, particularly in the spine, pelvic bones and thighs are the most serious complication of osteoporosis due to the fact that they are the main bones that carry the bulk of the body weight. In some cases, spinal fractures can occur even if you haven't fallen or got a blow as a result of weakened back bones (vertebrae).

  • Alendronate.
  • Risedronate.
  • Ibandronate.
  • Zoledronic acid.

Drugs supporting the treatment of osteoporosis:
The doctor may prescribe calcium and vitamin D as supportive drugs for treating osteoporosis.
  • Improving the life style (healthy diet and exercising).
  • Quitting smoking.
  • Exposing to sunrays to stimulate the production of vitamin D. 
  • Nutrition: Eating healthy foods such as the ones rich in calcium and vitamin D.


Lung Cancer

Lung Cancer
Lung Cancer:
Lung cancer is the term used to describe the growth of abnormal cells lining the trachea inside the lung. These cells divide and grow more rapidly than normal cells. They are cancerous cells that combine to form a cluster or tumor in the lung.

If the cancerous cells originate in the lungs, the tumor is called a primary lung cancer.
However, if some lung cancer cells are able to move through the blood vessels, they get attached to another organ of the body and continue growing. This growth and movement of the new cancerous cells is called malignant tumor or a secondary lung cancer.
  • Smoking is a major factor in the development of lung cancer.
  • Secondhand smoking.
  • Genetic factor (family history).
  • Repeated exposure to chemical fumes and gasses such as radioactive radon gas. 
  • Acute and chronic cough accompanied by blood.
  • Change in the color, intensity and volume of coughing up sputum.
  • Wheezing.
  • Changes in the voice or being hoarse.
  • Great weight loss without known reason.
  • General feeling of fatigue and weakness.
  • Feeling of pain in chest, shoulder, arms or back.
  • Shortness of breath.
  • Recurrent pneumonia.
Lung cancer is diagnosed by:
  • Medical history.
  • Clinical examination.
  • X-ray of the lung.
  • CT scan
  • PET (Positron Emission Tomography) scan.
  • Biopsy of lung cells.

Risk Factors
  • Smoking.
  • Secondhand smoking.
  • Environmental pollution.
  • Repeated exposure to radon gas.
  • Repeated exposure to cancerous minerals and chemical materials such as: asbestos, uranium, diesel, arsenic, silica, nickel compounds, coal products, mustard gas, chrome ... etc.
  • Previous radiation therapy of the lungs.
  • Family history. 
The lung cancer may cause health complications such as:
  • Shortness of breath.
  • Coughing up blood.
  • Feeling pain.
  • Accumulation of fluid in the lung.
  • Spread of the cancer to other parts of the body.

Initially, treatment of lung cancer depends on the following:
  • Size of tumor.
  • Type of tumor.
  • Stage of tumor.
  • Health condition of patient.

Accordingly, treatment plan will be developed; as yet there are three types of treatment to control the lung cancer:
  • Surgery.
  • Radiation therapy.
  • Chemotherapy.    
  • Quitting smoking.
  • Avoiding secondhand smoke.
  • Physical activities on a regular basis.
  • Maintaining a healthy diet full of fruits and vegetables.
  • Maintaining a normal weight.
  • Consulting your doctor and periodic follow-up.
  • Avoiding exposure to cancerous chemical materials.

Monday, 24 April 2017



Diabetes is a chronic disease of high blood glucose (sugar) level than the normal level, and is due to either the pancreas not producing enough insulin or reduced tissues sensitivity, or both.

Insulin: A hormone produced by the pancreas to help control and maintain blood glucose. 

Types of the disease:

Type 1 diabetes: This type occurs when insulin producing cells are completely disrupted and become unable to produce the hormone. Usually, this type of diabetes affects young people.

Type 2 diabetes: When the body can produce insulin either in insufficient amounts or normal amounts but ineffective.
Gestational diabetes: High blood glucose as a result of the hormones produced by the placenta during pregnancy and often disappears after delivery. 
Secondary diabetes: Is diabetes that results as a consequence of another medication and hormones or pancreatic surgery and other reasons. 

  • Frequent urination.
  • Feeling very thirsty / mouth dryness.
  • Feeling very hungry.
  • Sudden loss of weight.
  • Fatigue.
  • Itching and skin infection.
  • A tingling sensation or numbness in the limbs.
  • Blurred vision.Fee
  • ling hot in the feet.S
  • low-healing wounds.

  • Random blood sugar test.
  • Fasting blood sugar test.
  • Glycated hemoglobin (A1C) test (acumulative diabetes). Diagnosis is done in two different dates.  


High Blood Sugar Averages Prediabetes Averages Normal Sugar Averages Types of Blood Test
From 126 mg/dl or more 100-125 mg/dl Less than 100 mg/dl Fasting Blood Test
From 200 mg/dl or more 140-199 mg/dl Less than140 mg/dl 2 Hours After Eating
605% or more 5.7-6.4% Less than 5.7% Accumulative Sugar Test

Causes and Risk Factors:
  • Genetic Factors: Your risk increases if a parent or sibling has type 1 diabetes.
  • Obese:  The more fatty tissue you have, the more resistant your cells become to insulin.
  • Exposure to viral diseases.
  • High blood pressure.
  • High fat in the blood.
  • Laziness and lack of physical activity.

Chronic Complications:
  • Cardiovascular Diseases: Diabetes dramatically increases the risk of various cardiovascular problems, including coronary artery disease with chest pain (angina), heart attack, stroke and narrowing of arteries (atherosclerosis).
  • Nerve damage (neuropathy): Excess sugar in the blood can injure the walls of the tiny blood vessels (capillaries) that nourish your nerves, especially in your legs. This can cause tingling, numbness, burning or pain that usually begins at the tips of the toes or fingers and gradually spreads upward.
  • Kidney problems (nephropathy): High blood glucose leads to kidney failure or kidney diseases.
  • Retinopathy: High blood sugar damages tiny vessels that bring nutrients to the retina, blocking the passage of light to the retina.
  • Feet problems: Nerve damage in the limbs, particularly the feet, makes the patient unable to feel the pain of an injury which can lead to ulcers in the foot.
  • Skin conditions:  Diabetes may leave you more susceptible to skin problems, including bacterial and fungal infections.
  • Gingivitis.
  • Osteoporosis.

Treatment: There is currently no cure for diabetes; however, you can keep level of blood sugar within normal range. Treatment of diabetes differs from patient to patient, the doctor decides the most appropriate type of treatment for each patient, depending on the following:

Type of diabetes.
  • Health conditions of the patient. Effective treatment of diabetes depends on the patient himself, when he is committed to adjusting his sugar level, he will enjoy a healthy life, through the followings:
  • Visiting diabetes clinic regularly.
  • Checking your blood sugar regularly at home.
  • Exercising regularly.
  • Taking care of your feet and checking them daily.

Prediabetes, type2 diabetes and gestational diabetes can be prevented through the following:
• Eating healthy foods by choosing those lower in fat and calories and higher in fiber. Focusing on fruits, vegetables and whole grains. 
• Regular physical activity.
• Avoiding overweight. 
Examinations necessary for diabetics:
  • Checking blood pressure at each visit.
  • Checking weight at each visit.
  • Checking feet every 6 months.
  • Checking accumulative sugar every 6-12 months.
  • Checking cholesterol and triglycerides every 12 months.
  • Checking eyes every 12 months.


Saturday, 25 February 2017

Tips to Reduce the Severity of Acne

Tips to Reduce the Severity of Acne

Tips to Reduce the Severity of Acne - Of the common errors made by the young men and women who suffer from acne, lack of knowledge about good health principles to deal with pimples and grains that are called acne, and the result is that the irritation of the situation and increase the suffering of people, especially when in this season of the year.
Here are some tips important and effective addition to treatment, which usually applied at home is recommended by experts dermatologist to get rid of acne or even reduce the severity and intensity in these days of those who suffer from it, and these tips:

- Try to keep your facial skin dry and clean as possible.
- Washing the face carefully and gently twice a day at least anti-bacterial soap.
- Use a mild non-oily moisturizer to the face after each washing.
- Avoid cosmetics that contain industrial chemicals or vegetable oil.
- Keep the hair clean and away from contact with the face.
- Avoid the use of forceps on the face or touching the grain.
- Avoid pressure on the skin affected by inflammatory or collars or parties to narrow head scarf.
- The use of cosmetics and beauty products without a prescription, especially those containing sulfur, resourceful, plus material used on the skin in order to lighten the pores and reduce acne.
- To dry up pimples at night, you can use toothpaste (not generation) directly on the pill, it has advantages that can help to dry up the pimples at night.
- One of the best face masks with good effect the use of the white part of egg and place it on face for 15 minutes. A. The vitamin A which is found in egg white is also very beneficial to the skin.
- The egg whites are also treated to a great interest for acne, and can be used directly to the blister.
- To rid the redness of inflamed skin face should consult a doctor to give specific treatment of the situation



Recommend below are the secret recipe for healthy drinking:

Carrot + Ginger + Apple = Boost and cleanse our system.

Apple + Cucumber + Celery = Prevent cancer, reduce cholesterol, and improve stomach upset and headache.

Tomato + Carrot + Apple = Improve skin complexion and bad breath.

Bitter gourd + Apple + Milk = Avoid bad breath and reduce internal body heat.

Orange + Ginger + Cucumber = Improve skin texture and moisture and reduce body heat.

Pineapple + Apple + Watermelon=To dispel excess salts, nourishes the bladder and kidney

Apple + Cucumber + Kiwi = To improves skin complexion.

Pear & Banana = To regulates sugar content.

Carrot + Apple + Pear + Mango = Clear body heat, counteracts toxicity, decreased blood pressure and fight oxidization!

Honeydew + Grape + Watermelon + Milk = Rich in vitamin C + Vitamin B2 that increases cell activity and Strengthen body immunity.

Papaya + Pineapple + Milk = Rich in vitamin C, E, Iron. Improve skin complexion and metabolism.

Banana + Pineapple + Milk = Rich in Vitamin with nutritious and prevent constipation

Thursday, 23 February 2017

White Bread: Why Is It Bad For You? - White Bread: Why Is It Bad For You? - This one item that has long been a constant at every body's breakfast tables, has earned quite a bad reputation over recent years.

Get Rid Of Your Acne Overnight

Get Rid Of Your Acne Overnight - There are several different commercial products available in the market to get rid of acne. Some of these commercial products provide the desired result but they are too much expensive. Some commercial products are cheap but they does not provide the desired result but even more damage your skin. 

Wednesday, 22 February 2017

Down Syndrome

Down Syndrome - Down syndrome is a genetic disorder causing an increase in the chromosomes from 46 to 47, when there is abnormal cell division in the genetic material of the chromosome No. 21.   
This genetic disorder, which varies in severity from a baby to another, causes a lifelong intellectual disability, developmental delays and difficulties in education among children with Down syndrome.

Tuesday, 21 February 2017

Glaucoma (Blue Water) (Blue Water) - Glaucoma is a group of conditions in which the optic nerve suffers damage due to increased pressure inside the eye leading to an inability to sight. If a patient does not take medicine regularly, blindness, Allah forbid, may occur. Glaucoma was named (blue water) as the patient sees sometimes blue halos around the sources of light.

Food Safety

Food Safety
Key facts:
  • Access to sufficient amounts of safe and nutritious food is a key to sustaining life and promoting good health.
  • Unsafe food containing harmful bacteria, viruses, parasites or chemical substances, causes more than 200 diseases - ranging from diarrhea to cancers.
  • Food-borne and water-borne diarrheal diseases kill an estimated 2 million people annually, most of them are children.

First Aids

First Aids



CPR (or cardiopulmonary resuscitation) is a combination of rescue lungs, by mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, and heart by chest compressions (between rib bone and Spinal) where blood pumps to vital parts of the body, especially the brain.


Placing a supporting brace to a broken arm or leg.

Importance of Vitamin C - Importance of Vitamin C - Vitamin C is really important to your family health if you want to boost your immune system, better eat vitamin C-rich foods everyday. Vitamin C reduces blood pressure, has the ability to reduce the severity of colds and could protect you against cataract and certain cancers too.

Friday, 17 February 2017

50 Secrets of the FITTEST

50 Secrets of the FITTEST - Can you keep a secret? Better yet, can you keep 50? Can you use these secrets to change your life and your body for the better? If you did nothing other than incorporate these secrets into your daily life, in a year's time they would amount to substantial change.

Wednesday, 15 February 2017

What Causes High Blood Pressure? - What Causes High Blood Pressure? - When we think of someone having high blood pressure, we usually consider them to be anxious, tense or hyperactive.

The truth is that high blood pressure, or hypertension, can affect just about anybody and you don't need to have high stress levels to have this medical condition.

3 meals a day is ideal to take care of your hair

3 meals a day is ideal to take care of your hair
1) a cup of milk added to vitamins
2) eggs Poached
3) a large slice of bread
4) the problem of vegetable
5) a grain of citrus fruit

The Secret To Losing Weight

The Secret To Losing Weight - It has been proven time after time, that those people, who write down everything they eat and drink and make a record of all of their activities, have a far better chance for success at losing weight than those who do not.Did you ever keep a diary or a journal? Sometimes just writing down your day’s events can help relieve stress and put things in a different perspective. The same goes for keeping a diet and exercise journal. By writing down everything you eat and drink, you come face to face with what works and what doesn’t.

Monday, 13 February 2017



Squeeze juice of an orange and mix with a tablespoon of plain yoghurt. Apply on face, avoiding the eye area. Rinse off after 10 minutes and splash face with cold water.


Heat a cup of olive oil in the microwave for a few seconds. Massage onto dry areas of your skin.

Tips For Losing Weight after Pregnancy

Tips For Losing Weight after Pregnancy - Have you had a baby in the recent times? Pregnancy and motherhood are excellent but there are a lot of hassles associated with them. The most depressing thing about pregnancy is the fact that after the baby is born; you have to undergo a lot of weight gain. There are certain scientific explanations which justify why the mother gains so much weight after pregnancy.

Best Eye Care Tips

Best Eye Care Tips

1. Take short breaks: avoid spending or sitting long hours before computer rather take short breaks in between and relax.

2. Don’t rub your eyes: this is the common mistake done by many people when something entered your eye, instead take others help to get rid off.

Sunday, 12 February 2017

Seven Benifit to Use Carrot - Seven Benifit to Use Carrot - Among other types of vegetables, including carrots vegetables the most popular. Sweet flavor and crunchy texture. Made perfect healthy snack. If you do not like this bunny's favorite vegetables, you are the losers in the group. Because, you lose a lot of benefits provided to health carrots. Want to continue losing money? Of course not. Immediately began to like this one vegetable. Well, to gain maximum benefit carrot that must be considered is to choose the carrot jelly. Select a color carrots rather young and bright. This indicates that the carrot is still young and fresh.



1) Eat Better
College students are victimized by eating on the run, whether it be a quick bite at the Wright Place between classes or indulging in a tasty Big Mac. Rarely do college students pay attention to the food pyramid or whether or not they eat enough fruit and vegetables. In fact, many new dieting phenomena, such as the Atkins Diet, encourage elimination of important food groups, such as carbohydrates, as a substitute for weight loss via monitoring what you eat and exercise.

10 Tips to Avoid Coughs and Colds - Tips to Avoid Coughs and Colds - Everyone still seems to be coming down with a cough, cold or even the flu. But you can avoid the snuffles, by putting our Top 10 tips into action:

How To Perform A Breast Self Examination

How To Perform A Breast Self Examination

Although doctors recommend that women begin practicing breast self-exams (BSE) at age 20, many are still unaware of how important this procedure is to their heath. As 1 in 9 women will develop breast cancer, early detection is the best way to fight the disease. The key is to notice tumors before they grow to be potentially deadly; a BSE carefully searches the breasts for signs of these tumors.

A special advisory group of doctors created standard procedures for a BSE to assist women in becoming 'breast aware.' This awareness refers to knowing your normal breast fully, and being more likely to notice a change that could be cancerous. Naturally, the breasts will change overtime, and regular self-examinations can help decide what is normal and what is a concern.

While there is no definition for a normal breast, you should know the symptoms that a BSE searches for.

A lump or bumpy area in the breast or armpit
A noticeable change in outline or shape of the breast
A non-milky nipple discharge, or an inverted nipple
A dimpling, scaling or discolouration of the skin around the breast
A breast self-exam is recommended every month a few days after your period ends. 

By searching improperly, you may miss a tumor! Not every cancer can be located in this way, but a BSE is a critical step for becoming 'breast aware.' The earlier you begin regular exams, abnormalities will be less difficult to discover. For women who find tumors in their early stages, 80% will survive.

First, examine your breasts in a mirror with the arms both lowered and raised; search for the visible symptoms described above. Next, feel your breasts while lying down. Using a firm and smooth touch cover the entire breast from the collarbone to the top of the abdomen, and from the armpit to cleavage. Breasts often have different zones where tumors can occur sure to examine them all.

If you find a lump or one of the other named symptoms, consult your GP as soon as possible. Remember, early discovery is the best way to combat breast cancer.

In this video Dr Chris shows you how to check your breasts for any possible signs of growths or other symptoms.
Be aware that this video does contain scene of partial nudity for educational purposes.


Pimples -Tips From Indian Women

Pimples -Tips From Indian Women

1.apply paste of masar ki daal (orange colour) with water or milk. it really works..

2.Mix multanimitti and turmreic with rosewater,apply it on your face over 20mnts,wash it off with lukewarm water,and pat it dry,continue this treatment over 2 weeks,u can get an amazin result for ur pimples.

3.Apply pudhina powder with honey or rose water on your face then it stops pimples and black marks and removes oil from face and and keep your skill glow.

4.Apply erytop before u go to reduce our pimples and avoid dandruff using coconut oil mixed with kattarvazha(Aloe vera), henna leaves,etc

5.Its is a useful tip to get rid of pimples Boil neem leaves in water and make it cool And wash your face everyday pimples will get cured and make your face fresh.

6.mix sandal and multhanimatti with rosewater and apply in your face and then wash with cold water. do this process for 2days once.

7.Appy the paste of ripe Papaya and water all over the face for 15-20 mins. Let it dry. Wash off. This will reduce the pimples.

8.Mix honey and turmeric and apply to the face and wash after 30 min
9.after preparing tea ,there will be some teapowder remain in the boul apply it to the face and see immediate result.

10.wash your face with warm water, after that use katialis,jauli,floucinonide. and leave it all night.

11.Apply pudhina powder with honey or rose water on your face then it stops pimples and black marks and removes oil from face and and keep your skill glow.

12.make a paste of neem leaves then apply on our face.

13.Every night when your going to bed put sudacream on your spots pimples and blackheads in the morning they will be gone or reduced.

14.Mix thick curd, turmeric and two drops of oil. Apply on the face.

15.Crush garlic and take the juice and apply it on the face daily to reduce pimples.

16.Make a paste with sandal wood and turmeric and apply it on the face.

17.Put the kadalaima (Bengal gram Flour) and the curd and apply the face for 10 minutes and wash it.

18.Apply a mixture of turmeric and neem on the face.

19.A mixture of crushed mint leaves and oats will reduce pimples. Leave this for 
20 minutes and wash it with warm water.

20.Mix sandalwood powder, gram flour, few drops of honey and rose water. Apply this paste on face and massage for few minutes in upward direction. You can see good results in a week.