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MS Holiday Survival Guide

by Immunoe

  Even though the holidays are all about the spirit, gifts and the food, if you take a closer look, you will actually understand that even these magical days have their hazards. The holidays can be stressful and complicated. Having multiple sclerosis though, might make the holiday preparation …

A Multiple Sclerosis Holiday Guide

by Immunoe

  Although the holidays should be joyful and peaceful, for some, such as those with MS, they can be a bit stressful. Organizing holiday events, dinners, buying gifts, and planning vacations are some of the aspects that can make your holidays stressful. Below we have gathered some tips and idea …

How Can You Help a Loved One With COPD?

by Immunoe

  Feelings of helplessness, fear, and despair often come along with a chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) diagnosis. People with this disease need to feel supported by their loved ones, and need to feel that they are not fighting this condition alone. Especially as the disease develop …

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 …

Tips on How to Manage your Type 2 Diabetes

  It’s all about making healthy & smart choices: A big part of living with type 2 diabetes involves decision making. What should you be eating, when, how to keep active, when to take your medications, when to measure your blood sugar levels. Those are just a few of the everyday decisions …

Diabetes: Some Key Statistics

Diabetes is characterized by elevated blood sugar levels and an inability to process insulin, a hormone produced by the pancreas. Insulin helps distribute glucose (blood sugar) through the bloodstream and transfers extra glucose to the liver. When the body doesn’t produce effective insulin, your …

Could New Tech Predict Flu Epidemics?

by admin

The flu strikes every year. It has mild seasons and dangerous seasons. Sometimes it peaks early and other times it lingers late. But public health officials do not have the tools to predict and prepare for patterns in flu epidemics. “Influenza is one of the disease we know better,” said Northea …

Staying Healthy With ADHD

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Obesity and hyperactivity may not seem like a logical pair, but unfortunately, there is a connection between the two. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than one-third of U.S. adults are obese and studies have shown that adults with ADHD are at an even greater risk. R …

Preventing Asthma Attacks from Happening at School

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You might have your child’s asthma attack prevention plan down pat at home, but come school time, you are going to have to put one in place there too. Here are key steps you should take to protect your asthmatic children at school: Share your child’s asthma action plan with teachers, coaches, a …

Breakthrough for Diabetes

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People with type 2 diabetes gradually lose their ability to produce enough insulin to keep up with their sugar intake. Eventually, glucose builds up in their blood, which can lead to obesity, heart damage, and other metabolic problems. Insulin injections are an effective way to break down this gluc …