Bob Lawrence’s journey with Metastatic Melanoma Cancer



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HDL-Cholesterol May Help Men Live Longer ~ Health & Wellness Tip



I just found this health related video on YouTube ... and thought you might enjoy it! http://www.youtube.com/v/lU5C6MxzY8E?f=videos&app=youtube_gdata Visit savantmd.com formore health … [Read more...]


Male Menopause Symptoms & Treatments : Nutrition Tips for Male Menopause



I just found this health related video on YouTube ... and thought you might enjoy it! http://www.youtube.com/v/wX7P3N_SeXU?f=videos&app=youtube_gdata Learn nutrition and diet tips and … [Read more...]


Menopause: symptoms and treatment options



I know it is waiting for me out there as I approach the 5th decade of my life. I dread it but I also look forward when it is finally over. I am referring to that stage of a woman’s life called … [Read more...]


What you should do about food allergy symptoms



Do you have a child with food allergy? Do you know what to do in case of severe allergic reactions? An Australian study indicates that many parents with children with food allergies are actually … [Read more...]


Things you may not know about hay fever



Springtime is here. And the flowers are here, too. No wonder that springtime is high pollen season. Those of us who suffers from hay fever can attest to this. Hay fever or allergic rhinitis in doctor … [Read more...]


Updates on MS management



A multidisciplinary approach to multiple sclerosis is necessary to preserve and even improve the overall quality of life of multiple sclerosis patients. This is the message of a recent review at … [Read more...]


Brush up on your stroke awareness



Is your stroke awareness up to scratch? Those who have it, don't know they have it. I am referring to the high risk for stroke and people's awareness. And that is exactly what one of the papers … [Read more...]


Do women ignore heart symptoms and delay seeking medical care?



During those months when I had my heart problems, I experienced symptoms ranging from breathlessness to chronic tiredness. I was lucky because my professional background as a medical writer helped me … [Read more...]


Heart(y) celebrity of the month: BeBe Winans



Musical artist, tenor, actor, stage performer, radio host, all these words describe Benjamin "BeBe" Winans. But why do we chose BeBe to be our May celebrity for Battling Heart and Stroke? Because … [Read more...]


Senator Ted Kennedy hospitalized due to stroke symptoms



CNN reports today 17 May 2008: "Sen. Edward Kennedy was rushed to Cape Cod Hospital in Massachusetts Saturday morning, a well-informed, prominent Democratic source in that state told CNN. The source … [Read more...]


The Ovarian Cancer Battle



Ovaries are the small almond shaped glands that attach to the uterus via the fallopian tubes. They produce eggs and hormones. According to the American Cancer Society, a woman's risk of getting … [Read more...]


The Facts: Breast Cancer In Men



Male Breast Cancer comprises 1% of all diagnosed cases of breast cancer. While rare, breast cancer can occur in men at any age, though it is usually diagnosed in men over fifty, primarily in the … [Read more...]


Alzheimer’s and Dementia-The Differences



The terms dementia and Alzheimer's are often used interchangeably.  In fact, dementia is not Alzheimer's and Alzheimer's is not dementia, although, they are certainly related. For example, let's say … [Read more...]


Schizophrenia Diseases



By Robin Kumar Lim Schizophrenia (literally "split mind") is often thought of as a split or dual personality. However, this disease is best defined as a disorganization of normal thought and feeling. … [Read more...]


Symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease



Research has shown that Alzheimer's disease begins long before symptoms begin to manifest.  Therefore, you need to act sooner rather than later if you suspect that your loved one may be Battling the … [Read more...]


A Quick Reference Guide to Hodgkin’s Disease



Hodgkin's Disease (HD) or Hodgkin Lymphoma is a type of lymphoma, not to be confused with Non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL). Lymphoma is a cancer that begins at the cellular level of the immune system. For … [Read more...]


Who is Prostate Cancer?



He can be any man. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men after lung cancer, affecting one in six men in the U.S. He is rarely under the age of 40, usually over 50 and in fact two-thirds … [Read more...]


You Gotta Do What You Gotta Do….Dealing With Incontinence



Happy Monday! Did you get some REST over the weekend?  I hope you did, cuz Monday isn't comin' it is here.  Which means, if you are in the sandwich generation, it's time to deal with school, extra … [Read more...]


What Is Diabetic Neuropathy?



Causes and Symptoms If you are diabetic and have neuropathy, then you are familiar with the painful, burning, and sometimes tingling sensation of neuropathy. Neuropathy is thought to be caused by a … [Read more...]


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