Stress

In human context, stress is any pressure or demand (mental or physical) faced by you. It is your body’s physical and psychological response to danger or anything you perceive as overwhelming. When stress is overcome,...

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Who Gets Diabetes?

Several things put you at risk for diabetes. You can control some of these factors but not all of them. Risk factors you can control: Overweight. Too much body fat is the main risk factor for type 2 diabetes. If you weigh 20%...

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The three most common forms of diabetes

Type 1. This often affects children, but adults can develop it, too. In this form of diabetes, the body’s immune system mistakenly attacks the cells that produce and release insulin. As these cells die, high levels of sugar...

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Diabetes

What is diabetes? Diabetes develops because the body can’t make or properly use a natural hormone called insulin. Insulin is made in your pancreas. It helps your body’s cells take in sugar from your bloodstream.Diabetes is...

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How can LiveLifeMore.com help?

Our experts, can help you identify those aspects of the lifestyle that could contribute to the cancer and highlight these factors in the lifestyle assessment. The assessment highlights the factors like family history, obesity...

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What causes Cancer?

We’re not exactly sure what causes cancer. We don’t always know why one person gets it and another doesn’t. However, we do know a lot about the risk factors for cancer. The more we know about the risk factors,...

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What is Cancer?

Cancer is the general name for a large group of diseases. It occurs when cells in the body grow and divide out of control.Our bodies are made up of millions of cells. Layers of cells form tissues. Normal cells grow, divide, and...

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Cancer

Cancer is the second biggest cause of pre-mature deaths in the world today after heart attacks. Surprisingly, both heart attack and cancer have faulty lifestyle, wrong diet & lack of exercise as major causative...

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Impact of Stroke

Every 45 seconds, someone in America has a stroke. Every 3 minutes, someone dies of one. Stroke killed an estimated 163,538 people in 2001 and is the nation’s third leading cause of death, ranking behind diseases of the...

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What are the types of Stroke?

What are the types of Stroke? If we consider an isolated blood vessel, blood flow to the brain tissue can be hampered in two ways: 1.The vessel clogs within (ischemic stroke) 2.The vessel ruptures, causing leblood toak into the...

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STROKE

What is Stroke? Stroke is a type of cardiovascular disease. It affects the arteries leading to and within the brain.A stroke occurs when a blood vessel that carries oxygen and nutrients to the brain is either blocked by a clot...

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Non Modifiable Causes of Heart Disease

Gender: Men have a higher heart rate of heart attacks as compared to the pre-menopausal women. The ratio gets balanced when women attain the menopausal age: usually, older women are prone to heart disease as compared to the men....

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*Results of Actual patients photographs and testimonials may vary from person to person depending on their health condition, age & lifestyle diseases.

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