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Diabetes Symptom’s in Pittsburgh Testimony Diabetic of high blood pressure and numbness

DrPompa.com A pittsburgh diabetic client in pittsburgh give testimony of diabetes symptoms reversing after changing diet including high blood pressure and numbness. Doctor Pompa Seminar on diabetes diet was in wexford pa. Attention for change via eye problem at pittsburgh steelers game came into wexford pa clinic near cranberry township


Posted by - February 22, 2012 at 12:00 am

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Gary Hall on Diabetes and the Olympics

Gary Hall on Diabetes and the Olympics – Personal insight from Gary Hall Jr. on how he manages his diabetes and Olympic swimming. www.dlife.com


Posted by - February 7, 2012 at 6:00 am

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Dennis Richard A2Z: Dr Humiston MD about Candida # 3

Dennis Richard A2Z: Dr. Humiston MD candida and its effects on our health. Check out our website mmsdr.com for additional information. Cravings for sugar, chocolate, milk, cheese, vinegar, pickles, alcohol, bread, nuts or fruit Headaches and migraine headaches candida candida cleanse candida symptoms candida infection candida treatment candida yeast candida overgrowth Depression Fatigue Asthma and allergies Irritability and confusion Sleep problems — difficulty falling asleep, or waking up in the middle of the night with a mind that wont calm down (typically between 1 and 3 am) Metabolic syndrome which includes the following large abdomen (beer belly), adult-onset diabetes, high cholesterol or triglycerides, high blood pressure Poor memory Muscle or joint pain, fibromyalgia Cold feet, cold hands, sometimes cold nose Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) Endometriosis (chronic pelvic pain) Pupils always dilated Unusually green eyes, or eye color has turned greenish Infertility (female), some miscarriages, toxemia of pregnancy (preeclampsia) Acid reflux/GERD (heartburn) Anxiety attacks, panic attacks Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) Skin and nail fungal infections (current or past), including: athlete’s foot, vaginal yeast infections, fungal toenails, ringworm, jock itch, tinea versicolor or itchy eyelids Recurring infections — colds, ears, bladder, sinus Sexual problems — impotence or lack of desire, or excessive sexuality Bloating, flatulence or


Posted by - January 27, 2012 at 6:00 am

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Top Health Symptoms Men Shouldn’t Ignore — Part 2

Dr. Martin Miner, co-director of the Men’s Health Center at The Miriam Hospital, explains why an expanding waist size could be a sign of more serious health issues. www.lifespan.org


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Posted by - December 24, 2011 at 12:00 pm

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Neuroanatomy – The Dorsal Column-Medial Lemniscus Tract in 3D

Visit www.brainwashedsoftware.com for more information. This is the dorsal column-medial lemnsicus (DCML) tract as seen in Axiom Neuro, a new interactive functional atlas for neuroanatomy and neurology that gives users an up-close, detailed view of 13 spinal cord and brainstem nerve pathways. Also included in the software are all 12 cranial nerves and 10 virtual patient cases that use animation to teach signs and symptoms of some common neurological pathologies such as stroke, diabetes and head trauma. Visit http to download the free demo.


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Posted by - December 20, 2011 at 6:00 am

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Glaucoma Symptoms & Treatments : Glaucoma Risk Factors

Glaucoma has several prominent risk factors, with age and diabetes being among of the most common. Assess glaucoma risk factors with tips from an optometrist in this free eye care video. Expert: Dr. Raj Patel Contact: www.vancouvervision.com Bio: Dr. Raj Patel graduated as a member of the Gold Key International Optometric Honor Society with a doctor of optometry degree from the University of Houston. Filmmaker: Lisa Fenderson


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Posted by - December 9, 2011 at 12:00 am

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Warning Signs of Heart Disease & Heart Attack / Educational Video

Preventing Heart Disease and Heart Attack Educational Video. US Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Health; National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute; Act in Time to Heart Attack Signs; Item #56-042N, September 2001; The dramatic, moving stories of three heart attack survivors and their families illustrate the importance of heeding heart attack warning signs and seeking medical care quickly. They vividly convey how a real heart attack may differ from the stereotypical “movie heart attack” and how getting immediate treatment can save lives. The warm and sympathetic narration by an emergency department physician explains what a heart attack is, the treatments that can save lives if given quickly, why many heart attack victims delay seeking care, and how to make a heart attack survival plan. Useful for health fairs, medical waiting rooms, community groups, and home viewing. Producer: National Institutes of Health; Keywords: hhs.gov; public_safety; Creative Commons license: Public Domain. Heart Attack Warning Signs. A heart attack is a frightening event, and you probably don’t want to think about it. But, if you learn the signs of a heart attack and what steps to take, you can save a life–maybe your own. What are the signs of a heart attack? Many people think a heart attack is sudden and intense, like a “movie” heart attack, where a person clutches his or her chest and falls over. The truth is that many heart attacks start slowly, as a mild pain or


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Posted by - December 5, 2011 at 12:00 am

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Exercise is Good for Diabetes

Lack of energy is one of the most common complaints I get from my diabetic patients, but the reason for this tired feeling might surprise you. Remember earlier I discussed how extra sugar is trapped in the blood? You may be feeling tired and hungry because the sugar in your blood simply hasn’t been delivered. It has to be absorbed into the cell for you to have energy. Your cells aren’t getting energy because the doors are jammed shut and insulin is having a tough time getting them to open and accept the sugar from your blood (insulin resistance). Using your muscles can help that. You see, because they protect us from danger, muscles have a special ability to drawn those unburned sugars into the cell. Imagine there was a fire and you needed to escape, you would have plenty of energy right? Well you can use this to your advantage and the great thing is there doesn’t have to be a real fire to do it. The next time you feel tired and hungry check your blood sugar level. If it’s 80 or lower, it’s time to eat. But if it’s 180, you have plenty of fuel in the blood. Don’t eat and add more fuel on top of it, burn what’s there by going for a walk or by doing some other form of gentle exercise. When the muscles begin to draw these sugars from the blood you will actually feel better. Talk to your doctor and get the okay; then start slowly with a type of activity that you enjoy and suits your lifestyle. ©www.HealthDoc.org All rights reserved


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Posted by - November 26, 2011 at 6:00 am

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Doctor Krum TX, Appendix Symptoms, Dr. Ed Wolski

backpaindoctordenton.com Doctor Krum TX, Dr. Ed Wolski, offers information about some of the most common RSD symptoms and diagnosis. Some of the most common RSD symptoms are continuous, intense pain. These symptoms most often affect one of the arms, legs, hands, or feet. Dr. Ed Wolski mentions how in some cases body pain associated with RSD can be related to diabetes. RSD pain often spreads through the entire arm or leg, even though the initial injury might have been only to a finger or toe. Pain can sometimes even travel to the opposite extremity. In some cases, RSD has been linked to emotional stress. To obtain further information about treatments and how to stay healthy, visit doctor Krum TX, Dr. Ed Wolski’s website today. Follow this link http for more videos. Dr. Ed Wolski also serves the following cities: Denton TX, Argyle TX, Dallas TX, Little Elm TX, Flower Mound TX.


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Posted by - November 24, 2011 at 12:00 pm

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How To Cure Vaginal Yeast Infection Naturally

3 Days To Permanent Bacteria Vaginosis Relief : www.bvcure.us This video will show you how to Cure Vaginal Yeast Infection Naturally. Yeast infection is a very uncomfortable fungal disease that effects millions of people mostly in women. 75% of all females experience yeast infection at least once during her life. The most common form infected in women is vaginal yeast infection. Vaginal yeast infections occurs if body is under stress from poor diet, lack of sleep, illness, diabetes, menopause, pregnancy. The symptoms may include burning sensation, soreness, itching around vaginal areas, digestive pains, painful urination, pain during intercourse, thick white discharge, redness and swelling. The best remedy is treating the root cause of the infection. Medicines may work temporarily, but the infection keeps coming back after a few days. So treat the cause instead of the symptoms. Always wear cotton panties. Avoid Nylon and Lycra. Do not wear underwear at night. Keep the genital area clean and dry. Frequently Change tampons a sanitary napkins. Avoid perfumed soaps and sprays. Avoid use of petroleum-based lubricants. Try water-based lubricants instead. Avoid antibiotics and steroids if possible. Avoid Birth control pills if you have yeast infection. Drink Plenty of fresh water and Eat lot of Fresh vegetables and fruits. You should Reduce eating Fast foods, Processed foods, Animal fats, Caffeine, Dairy products and sweets.


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Posted by - October 13, 2011 at 11:00 am

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