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Food Suggestions for People with COPD

  Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is caused by a group of lung conditions that block airflow and make it difficult to breathe. No particular diet has been proven to help COPD, but a balanced nutrition program can help you maintain good health and might even ease some COPD symptoms. Some …

Actinic Keratosis & Your Treatment Options

  Actinic keratosis is a condition developing a rough, scaly patch on your skin and it is mainly caused from years of exposure to the sun. The lesions (keratosis) that develops on your skin might become cancerous if it is not treated immediately. There are many treatment options for actinic ke …

7 Best Ways to Exercise with Rheumatoid Arthritis

  Exercising is important for your health but also for coping with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). According to several studies, exercising can help mitigate joint pain and stiffness. It can also make you more flexible and therefore help ease your movement. Moreover exercising can help improve the …

5 Multiple Sclerosis Myths

MS has low life expectancy Fact: MS has a normal life expectancy, which means that the expected lifetime of an MS patient is close to that of a person without MS or any other disease.   You will need a wheelchair Fact: According to studies the majority of MS patients will never need a wheelcha …

7 Best Cities for People with Asthma

  Cape Coral, Florida Cape Coral has a population of 590,564 people and it is located on the Gulf of Mexico. It is considered a fast growing city with lots of benefits for asthmatics.   Seattle, Washington With a population of more than 3 million people, Seattle is one of the biggest citi …

Exercise Improves MS Symptoms in Children, Study Finds

A new study has found that children with multiple sclerosis (MS) who exercise regularly may experience milder or fewer symptoms than inactive children with MS. The autoimmune disease is less common in children than in adults; between 2% and 10% of MS patients are children. However, children often p …

4 Tips to Protect Yourself from Melanoma

Every hour an American dies from melanoma. The worst part: this cancer is treatable when detected early. Fortunately, there are many ways you can protect yourself from melanoma and other forms of skin cancer. Here are some tips: Use sunscreen year-round Many people only use sunscreen during the sum …

Type 2 Diabetes: Tips for Dinning Out

      Healthy meals are crucial for people living with type 2 diabetes. Knowing what foods to eat and when and how they should be cooked are significant factors in keeping a balanced and healthy diet. With the weekend just around the corner, dining out might be one of the things in y …

10 Snack Ideas for Type 2 Diabetes

  Snacking is significant for keeping a balanced nutrition for Type 2 Diabetes patients. Snacking is also a very smart way to control your blood sugar levels. Good snacks are those high in protein, fat and fiber. So let’s get some delicious snack ideas: String cheese and whole wheat crackers …

Type2 Diabetes: Simple Steps to Staying Motivated

  Exercising and staying motivated to do so is a challenge for many people with diabetes, but it’s also a very healthy way of dealing with your condition. There are several ways for you to keep up with this challenge. Some of the simplest ways are: Starting an exercise routine Making a plan …