Top Ten Tips on How to Reduce Your Dementia Risk
Many of us share a fear of developing dementia at some point in our lives. But is there anything we can do defend ourselves from this growing disease?
Dementia is not one single disease but actually an umbrella term for a range of different diseases that cause a common set of symptoms with Alzheimer's thought to be the most common.
Top Tips to Reduce the Risk of Dementia
The term dementia covers a group of symptoms that affects memory, normal thinking, communicating and the ability of a person to reason. It sadly interferes with daily life and as it progresses, can make it difficult to perform even daily simple tasks such as bathing and eating.
We share top tips to help to prevent dementia in the first place...
A Tomato a Day...
We all know that old saying about an "apple a day keeping the doctor away" but we might not know that the same can be said of a tomato!
Research is now telling us that tomatoes are worth their weight in health benefits.
Find out more about these top ten benefits...
How Serious is Scabies and What is the Solution?Scabies is a serious skin condition because it is very contagious and can spread so quickly through close physical contact. Find out about the sign and the symptoms as well as the solutions.
How Important is Vitamin C?Many of us tend to think of vitamin C as being rather vital to keep us safe from colds and flu especially during the winter months but that is just one small aspect of the importance of vitamin C.
If you have Fibromyalgia, Would a Weighted Blanket be Helpful for You?
There has been a recent trend for the use of weighted blankets for adults and children alike. They are basically blankets that are weighed down by glass or plastic beads sewn into tiny pockets throughout. In the past, they were used by therapists to help their patients who might have had anxiety or sensory issues.
Over time, however, weighted blankets have become more popular in the mainstream and people have been using them to reduce their insomnia and stress.
Good Teeth Health and How Our Cavities may be Filled in the Future!There is a new and revolutionary treatment for cavities in our teeth on the horizon. Find out more about what this treatment involves...
Insomnia and a Link with Type 2 Diabetes
A recent research study in Sweden has found that those who suffer from insomnia are more likely to develop type 2 diabetes than those who don't.
In addition, the research identified some 19 risk factors that are thought to increase the risk of developing the condition.
The Village That Went Into Quarantine Over 350 Years AgoThe village of Eyam which nestles beneath the hills of Hope Valley in Derbyshire, England, was one of the few places outside London to be infected with the Great Plague in 1685. The inhabitants were encouraged to make a sacrifice...
Blood Pressure does not have to be all about Beta BlockersAbout one in three adults in the USA have high blood pressure. More than 90% of adults who survive into their 80s will have high blood pressure (also called hypertension) while some 50% will have developed it by the age of 60. But how can this condition be treated in a more natural way?
That Ducky Could Be YuckyYoung children just love playing at bath time. And plastic toys are often used for obvious reasons. Now someone has taken the trouble to cut one of those yellow plastic ducks in half! And apparently, it is not a pretty sight...
Is Vitamin C the Solution for Sepsis?Sepsis occurs unpredictably and can progress rapidly, making this possible breakthrough of vitamin C therapy such very good news!
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