signs-hearing-loss

Normally, people would associate hearing loss to elderly people. While the chances are higher when one gets older, anyone may have hearing loss if symptoms are not identified earlier. In this post we will help you identify the signs that shows you just might be losing your hearing.

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menopause-food-hot-flashes

When a woman goes through her menopausal period, one of the things she would whine about is having a hot flash. Here is a list of the foods that you should be eating to prevent this awful menopause symptom.

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foods-lower-blood-pressure

Unlike dietary regimens to control abnormal health conditions that provide you with a list of foods that you shouldn’t eat, in this article we provide you with a list that you should eat. Here are seven foods you should be eating to keep your blood pressure down.

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philippines-heart-of-medical-tourism-in-asia

Being the “Heart of Asia”, the Philippines gives you more reasons than one why it deserves to be the heart of medical, healthcare and wellness tourism in Asia.

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japan-stem-cell

A 70-year old Japanese woman is the first human recipient of pluripotent stem cells. In the operation done at Institute of Biomedical Research and Innovation Hospital in Japan, the researchers transplanted retinal cells developed from the skin of a woman into one of her eyes. The woman is suffering from a degenerative eye disease that could lead to loss of vision.

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ice-bucket-challenge-als

With more than 100 million raised as of August 30 and the brains behind the idea taking steps to trademark it, the #IceBucketChallenge definitely hit its goals of raising two things: awareness about the ALS disease and money to fund research towards finding a cure.

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knee-injury-treatment

A new stem cell operation trial at Southampton General Hospital in the UK has the great potential to revolutionize treatment of knee injuries that can extend sports careers of athletes.

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Robin Williams was suffering from the early stages of Parkinson’s disease at the time of his death. It can play a profound effect on depression, something that might have played a role in pushing the late actor to end his own life.

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ebola-outbreak-panic

Fear of the disease in other countries has spread, with international airports screening arrivals from the affected countries and others issuing a travel ban for Western Africa for the meantime. Should you be scared?

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diabetes-stem-cell

Each year, diabetes, the seventh leading cause of death in the United States in 2010, affects more people and causes more deaths than breast cancer and AIDS combined. With nearly 200,000 deaths reported annually, it is estimated by the American Diabetes Association that nearly 16 million people currently have diabetes. In the Philippines, diabetes was…

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