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Fatigue is one of the most challenging diagnoses to confirm.
It can be associated with viral flu, hormone imbalances, stress, neurasthenia, Epstein Barr virus infection
Menopause is no more restricted to women. Men also suffer from it - and it's called male menopause or andropause
Is sugar as addictive as tobacco?
Is eating sweets and sugar on all occasions an obsessive compulsive disorder?
Why eating sugar can be considered an OCD?
In the past few decades, the average human life expectancy has increased globally.
'male pause' or andropause. The only difference between menopause and andropause is that there is no cut off age for reaching it, in men like menopause in women. There is also no objective evidence that andropause in men is like the cessation of menstruation in women.
When international longevity expert Terry Grossman stated recently toot in afeui years, 80 will be the new 40, it made news around the world. Experts the world over agree that the average lifespan ofhuman beings has increased in the pastfew decades. And with thefocus on all things anti-ageing, it will only get better.
There is an ancient saying that "life is a disease with 100 percent mortality". This is a universal truth applicable to every life born on this earth.
Feeling overwight, tired or losing muscle tone? Face getting wrinkled? Is your sexual performance declining?
Reports that a study published online Jan. 27 in JAMA Neurology associates “exposure to the insecticide” dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) “with Alzheimer’s disease.”
Reports that research published in Neurology indicated that “older women with the highest levels of omega-3 fatty acids, found in fish oil, had better preservation of their brain as they aged than those with the lowest levels, which might mean they would maintain better brain function for an extra year or two.” For the study, which received support from National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, investigators “looked at the omega-3 fatty acids levels in the red blood cells of 1,111 women who participated in the Women’s Health Initiative Memory Study.”
Reports "overweight and obese adults" who take diet drinks in their attempts to lose weight should “to take another look at the food they eat,” citing researchers who disclosed “Thursday that those people ate more food calories than overweight people who drank sugar-sweetened beverages.” In a study published in the American Journal of Public Health, the researchers did not say “the dieters should give up on no- and low-calorie drinks; rather, they said the dieters should look at what else they’re consuming, especially sweet snacks, to find other ways to modify their diets.” Researchers used data about people 20 years and older from the 1999-2010 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. The paper highlights the significance of the study, noting that the consumption of diet beverages has jumped from 3 percent of adults in 1965 to 20 percent today, “and the beverage industry has said it is responding to the obesity epidemic in part by producing more low- and no-calorie choices for consumers.”
Under the Affordable Care Act, more insurance plans are expected to start covering the cost of obesity treatments, including counseling on diet and exercise as well as medications and surgery. These are treatments that most insurance companies don't cover now.
People are getting fatter around the world. And the problem is growing most rapidly in developing countries, researchers reported Friday.
"Over the last 30 years, the number of people who are overweight and obese in the developing world has tripled," says , of the Overseas Development Institute in London.
Patients with mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease were able to care for themselves longer and needed less help performing everyday chores when they took a daily capsule containing 2,000 IUs of alpha tocopherol, or vitamin E, a study has found.
Chelation treatments reduced cardiovascular events, such as heart attacks, and death in patients with diabetes but not in those who did not have diabetes, according to analyses of data from the National Institutes of Health-funded Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy (TACT). However, researchers say more studies are needed before it's known whether this promising finding leads to a treatment option.