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Diabetes treatment in homeopathy

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Diabetes and its Permanent cure

Good News for all diabetes is a solution for you which completely eliminates the pain to take insulin doses daily.Its time to change your life to homeopathy which Permanently cures diabetes with no side-effects and in simpler manner

Male Organ Sensation and Diabetes   Taking Care for Better Reproductive Health

The nerves that serve the male organ can be damaged by diabetes, unless men take control – read for more information about how to avoid loss of male organ sensation.

How Can I Decrease my risk for Gestational Diabetes

Am I at Risk for Gestational Diabetes? What is gestational diabetes? It is a type of diabetes (high blood sugar) that can develop during pregnancy. If gestational diabetes develops during pregnancy and is not treated it can cause problems for you and also for your baby. What are the risk factors for developing gestational diabetes? Member of high risk ethnic group: Hispanic, African American, Native American, Asian, Pacific Islander Overweight Family member has diabetes (Parent, sibling or child) Older than 25 years of age Previous pregnancy with gestational diabetes Large baby (greater than 9 pounds) or stillbirth in past pregnancy History of abnormal glucose intolerance History of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Who should be tested? If you are at high risk for gestational diabetes your health-care provider may test you as soon as you know you are pregnant. If your test is negative your doctor will test you again when you are between 24-28 weeks pregnant. How will I be tested for gestational diabetes? A test called Oral Glucose Tolerance Test will be given by your health-care provider. Before the test begins your fasting blood sugars (when you not eaten or drank anything but water for 8 hrs) will be checked. Then you will be given a sweetened drink called glucola and your blood sugars will be checked again between a 1-3 hour time span. Can I decrease my risk for developing gestational diabetes? Yes you can decrease your risk of developing gestational diabetes. By making a few lifestyle changes, such as diet, exercise and controlling weight gain during pregnancy. Choose foods low in simple sugar Avoid foods or drinks sweetened with sugar or honey• Drink less fruit juice and eat more whole fruit• Choose foods high in fiber Decrease white flour products like white bread, tortillas and cereals• High fiber foods can help control your blood sugar• Choose whole grains breads/cereals, dried beans, fresh fruits and• vegetables Limit fast foods Avoid breaded and deep fried foods such as fried chicken, fish sticks• and french fries Choose grilled or baked foods• Avoid sweet sauces such as catsup and relish (mustard and• mayonnaise are ok) Check with your provider before starting any exercise program Exercise helps the body use blood sugar Walking for 15 minutes after each meal will help lower blood sugars Avoid walking in hot or humid weather Drink plenty of water when you exercise...

5. Signs and Symptoms of Heart Attack & Stroke - Ltcdiabetesguide ...

5. Signs and Symptoms of Heart Attack & Stroke Heart Attack Symptoms Symptoms of a heart attack are not the same for everyone. Sometimes heart attacks are sudden and painful, but many times they start with mild discomfort similar to indigestion. The most common symptoms of a heart attack are: • Pain or discomfort in the center of the chest, typically lasting more than a few minutes or going away and coming back. • Pain or discomfort in one or both arms, back, left shoulder, neck, jaw or stomach. • Shortness of breath • Cold sweat • Nausea • Lightheadedness • Fear or anxiety Symptoms May be Different in Men & Women The most common symptom for both men and women is chest pain, but women are more likely to experience shortness of breath, nausea, and pain in the back, neck or jaw. Address Symptoms Quickly Heart attack treatments are most effective if started within one hour of when symptoms appear. Many people ignore the symptoms of a heart attack for too long and it may prove fatal. Get immediate medical attention and rapid transport to the hospital. Symptoms vary by type of stroke. A stroke caused by a blood clot (ischemic stroke) has symptoms of: • Numbness, weakness, or paralysis of the face, arm, or leg, typically on one side of the body • Trouble seeing in one or both eyes, such as dimness, blurring, double vision, or loss of vision • Slurred or garbled speech • Trouble walking, dizziness, loss of balance or coordination Symptoms of a bleeding (hemorrhagic) stroke are similar to a clot stroke, but also include: • Severe headache • Seizures • Nausea and vomiting • Irritability • Neck stiffness • Confusion, trouble understanding • Dizziness • Unconsciousness Diabetes Management in Long-Term Care Facilities Tool Kit A In some people, symptoms can occur suddenly, within seconds. In others, stroke symptoms may progress slowly over hours or even days. For example, mild weakness may develop into an inability to move the arm and leg on one side of the body. Some people suffer a series of small strokes over time, which results in a more gradual change in walking, balance, thinking, or behavior. Small strokes are difficult to recognize and can be mistakenly attributed to aging or confused with other conditions having similar symptoms...

HEART ATTACK Symptoms - Maine Cardiovascular Health Council

HEART ATTACK Symptoms Do you know the SYMPTOMS of a heart attack? Q Pain or discomfort in the chest, jaw, neck, back, arms or shoulders Q Shortness of breath Q Feeling weak, lightheaded, faint or sweaty Women often report symptoms of discomfort rather than pain. “We need your help! Acting quickly can lower the number of Mainers who die from having a heart attack.” Don’t miss a BEAT. At the first sign of heart attack, call 91 immediately. On average, there is a death caused by heart attack about every minute in the United States. Heart attacks claim the lives of nearly 1,000 Mainers each year. Q Being overweight or obese Eat healthy, limit portion sizes, eat more fruits and vegetables, and be physically active. Q High blood pressure Have your blood pressure checked at least every two years or more often if recommended by your doctor. Normal blood pressure is less than 120/80. If yours is higher, work with your doctor to control it. If you have diabetes, your treatment goal is to stay below 130/80. Q Having other health conditions • Diabetes • High cholesterol • Atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) To reduce the risk: Visit your doctor regularly. Ask about medications to help reduce your heart attack risk and be sure to take them as prescribed...

New Stem Cell Treatment Programs at Eterna MD

1888PressRelease - Eterna MD, a medical rejuvenation center in Orlando, Florida, now offers state-of-the-art stem cell treatments for conditions such as COPD, Type II Diabetes and osteoarthritis.

Stem Cells - Science
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Supported by Stem cell research represents an area with great scientific and therapeutic promise. Because stem cells are unique in their ability to self-renew and to differentiate into multiple cell types, they can be used to elucidate normal cell processes as well as to understand the diseased condition. In addition, stem cells from individuals with various diseases can be utilized for biotechnology advance, for example, in drug screening. There is a widespread hope that these cells will one day be used to treat human injury and disease. If, for example, stem cells can be directed to differentiate into specialized nerve cells, they could be used for the repair of a severed spinal cord or replacement of neurons destroyed by neurodegenerative conditions such as Parkinson’s disease. Directed differentiation of stem cells into muscle cells could facilitate repair of an injured heart after cardiac infarct; stem cells differentiated into insulinproducing cells could treat patients with diabetes. Despite these grand purposes, the mention of stem cell research evokes varied images and viewpoints—both in favor of and opposed to the work. The complexity of this topic ranges from debate over usage of simple terms to heated disagreement about multifaceted moral, ethical, and political issues. The latter concerns demand stringent oversight and public dialogue regarding funding issues, informed consent, patenting, and the status of the embryo. The articles in this collection represent a small sampling of exciting advances in stem cell biology as they have been presented in Science magazine over the past few years. The term “stem cell” does not pertain to a single, defined cell population. Instead, the description applies to a large number of very different cells: embryonic stem cells, germline stem cells, and adult somatic stem cells, including stem cells from umbilical cord blood and progenitor cells such as those in the hematopoietic and neural lineages. As an organism grows, the developmental potency, or the range of possible cell fates, gradually decreases for most cells. However, within the organism, a supply of cells is needed for tissue regeneration and repair. Stem cells fit the bill. By definition, stem cells self-renew and have the ability to progress down multiple cell lineages. The number of cell types that can be obtained is variable, dependent on the intrinsic properties of the stem cell population and as influenced by the cell’s natural microenvironment, or niche, or by special cell culture conditions. Fertilized eggs show the greatest degree of developmental potency. They are totipotent, that is, they can form an entire organism. Embryonic stem cells also display great developmental potency...

Mendikbud: Biaya Pendaftaran SNMPTN 2013 ... - BANK SOAL SD

Mendikbud: Biaya Pendaftaran SNMPTN 2013 Gratis Written by Administrator Menteri Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan Mohammad Nuh mengatakan, biaya Seleksi Nasional Masuk Perguruan Tinggi Negeri (SNMPTN) 2013 ditanggung oleh pemerintah sehingga peserta tidak dipungut biaya pendaftaran. "Pendaftaran semuanya gratis baik yang bidikmisi dan non-bidikmisi. Dulu, pada 2012 biaya SNMPTN jalur undangan itu sebesar Rp150-200 ribu," kata Mohammad Nuh seusai konferensi pers peluncuran SNMPTN 2013 di Jakarta, Senin. Menurut dia, dengan pembebasan biaya itu dan kuota penerimaan di perguruan tinggi sebesar 60 persen dari populasi akan memberikan rasa aman bagi peserta didik yang akan melanjutkan ke perguruan tinggi. "Kita harus memberikan kesempatan kepada seluruh anak bangsa yang berprestasi akademik tinggi untuk memperoleh pendidikan tinggi," ujar dia. Ia mengatakan seleksi tersebut berdasarkan nilai rapor dan hasil Ujian Nasional. "Mulai 2013 kita berani mengintegrasikan prestasi yang dibawahnya baik melalui nilai raport, hasil UN, dan prestasi lainnya," kata dia. Hal tersebut, lanjutnya, merupakan tonggak baru karena sebelumnya banyak masyarakat protes kalau hasil UN bisa atau tidak dijadikan untuk penerimaan mahasiswa baru. Padahal yang menerima perguruan tinggi itu tidak mempermasalahkannya. Sementara itu, Ketua Umum Panita Pelaksana SNMPTN 2013 Akhmaloka mengatakan sekolah yang berhak mengikuti sertakan siswanya dalam SNMPTN adalah sekolah yang mempunyai Nomor Pokok Sekolah Nasional (NPSN) dan mengisikan data sekolah dan prestasi siswa di Pangkalan Data Sekolah dan Siswa (PDSS). "Semua sekolah baik negeri maupun swasta harus mengisi PDSS," ujar dia. Ia mengatakan pengisian PDSS mulai 17 Desember 2012-8 Februari 2013dan selanjutnya diisikan secara berkala setiap akhir semester. "Pendaftaran dibuka mulai 1 Februari-8 Maret 2013 sementara proses seleksi 9 Maret-27 Mei," kata dia. Pengumuman hasil seleksi pada 28 Mei 2013 dan pendaftaran ulang yang lulus seleksi 11-12 Juni 2013. "Jumlah calon mahasiswa peserta SNMPTN 2012 jalur undangan terdaftar 236811 , yang diterima 53401. Sementara Tertulis yang daftar 618812 , sebanyak 118233 diterima. Total penerimaan dari undangan dan tertulis sebesar 171634. Untuk target penerimaan 2013 itu sebesar 150.000 peserta," ujar dia. (Antara)...