• GASTRIC

    Avoid These Dangerous Foods With Bariatric Weight Loss Surgery Diet

    It’s important to avoid certain foods on a post-bariatric Weight Loss Surgery Diet to get the appropriate amount of nutrition and to lose weight.After you go home from the hospital, you will be instructed to follow a diet after having surgery. This can be quite different from a pre- Bariatric Weight Loss Surgery diet. During the first few months of your recovery from surgery, you will work your way up from consuming liquids to solid foods. Some bariatric surgery patients make the mistake of thinking that once they are free to eat solid food, they can have whatever they like. Here are eight foods to avoid after Bariatric Weight Loss Surgery:…

  • thyroid

    Beware!! This Medication For Hypothyroidism Patients Is Very Dangerous

    Beware!! This Medication For Hypothyroidism Patients Is Very Dangerous Hypothyroidism Patients is a disease affects 27 million Americans, eight out of ten of them women. 14 million of hypothyroid patients suffer from Hashimoto’s Hypothyroidism, an autoimmune condition. Additionally, there were 60,000 cases of thyroid cancer diagnosed last year. This is a disease of epidemic proportions, yet it receives little attention in the media. Most hypothyroidism patients are prescribed thyroid medication, which can have dire consequences. It is true that when a thyroid imbalance is severe, short-term use of a synthetic medication can be helpful. However, over the long-term, synthetic drugs should not be used to replace natural methods of regulating…

  • ULCERATIVE COLITIS

    'Breakthrough' Arthritis Drug Eliminate Ulcerative Colitis Symptoms in Patients

    Arthritis Treatment Drug Eliminate Ulcerative Colitis Symptoms: A new study finds that people with moderate to severe ulcerative colitis who haven’t done well on other treatments may find relief and eliminate Ulcerative Colitis Symptoms with Xeljanz (tofacitinib), a drug currently used for arthritis treatment. Ulcerative colitis is a chronic inflammatory bowel disease. It affects about 700,000 Americans, according to the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation (CCF).The illness causes inflammation, irritation, swelling and sores on the lining of the large intestine. Ulcerative Colitis Symptoms include diarrhea with blood or pus and abdominal discomfort, according to CCF.”There is still a substantial unmet need for new treatments for patients with ulcerative colitis,” said study lead…

  • thyroid

    Five Stages Of Hashimoto's thyroiditis Disease You Might Be Unaware

    Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, also known as chronic lymphocytic thyroiditis and Hashimoto’s disease, is an autoimmune disease in which the thyroid gland is gradually destroyed. Early on there may be no symptoms. Over time the thyroid may enlarge forming a painless goiter.Some people eventually develop hypothyroidism with its accompanying weight gain, feeling tired, constipation, depression, and general pains.After many years the thyroid typically shrinks in size. Potential complications include thyroid lymphoma.Hashimoto’s thyroiditis is thought to be due to a combination of genetic and environmental factors. Risk factors include a family history of the condition and having another autoimmune disease. Diagnosis is confirmed with blood tests for TSH, T4, and antithyroid antibodies.Other conditions that can produce similar symptoms include Graves’ disease and nontoxic nodular goiter.here are 5 stages of Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. 5 Stages of Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis Stage 1: You have a genetic predisposition to…

  • GASTRIC

    Intake Of This Drug Leads To Anemia, Anxiety, Depression and Many Other Problems: OMEPRAZOLE The Gastric Protector That Ends Your Health

    Gastric acid can be a serious problem. People often tend to have gastric acid buildup and look for various treatments to help them. Doctors usually prescribe medicines and one of the most commonly used is called omeprazole. Usually, after taking too much medicines or undergoing therapies, the good bacteria in our guts can get out of hand and we must keep our intestinal flora regulated, otherwise it can cause intestinal problems. Well, we’ve got bad news for the people who are taking omeprazole regularly because it’s a very harmful drug.   The Health Hazards Of Omeprazole Omeprazole actually limits our body’s ability to absorb vitamin B12 when you consume it for…

  • Leukemia

    11 Facts About Leukemia And Other Blood Cancers Patients Must Know

    leukemia  is a malignancy (cancer) of blood cells. In leukemia, abnormal blood cells are produced in the bone marrow. Usually, leukemia involves the production of abnormal white blood cells — the cells responsible for fighting infection. 11 Facts About Leukemia and Other Blood Cancers. 1. Approximately every 4 minutes, someone in the United States is diagnosed with a type of blood cancer. 2.There are 3 main types of blood cancers: Leukemia, cancer that is found in your blood and bone marrow; Lymphoma, blood cancer that affects the lymphatic system; and Myeloma, blood cancer that specifically targets your plasma cells this is the first fact of leukemia blood cancer. 3.Over 1 million Americans are…

  • Travel

    Worst Foods to Eat When You Have Crohn’s Disease Is Really Dangerous For You

    Crohn’s disease is a bowel condition that causes an inflamed lining of the gastrointestinal tract, which is why it is no surprise that the symptoms of Crohn’s disease are heavily affected by what you eat. Though the condition cannot be treated, the right diet can prevent abdominal pain, abnormal bowel movements, and other unpleasant symptoms. If a senior has Crohn’s disease, at-home caregivers in Omaha should strongly advise against these five foods. 1. Spicy Foods When a person is already suffering from irritated and inflamed bowels, spicy foods are a horrible choice. The capsaicin in most spicy food products further irritates sensitive areas in the intestines and causes more pain,…

  • Video

    Great News!!! New Epileptic Seizure Treatment Wins FDA approval

    Epileptic Seizure Treatment Approved By FDA The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Briviact (brivaracetam) for Epileptic Seizure Treatment as an adjunctive therapy (used in addition to a primary therapy) for the Epileptic Seizure Treatment of patients who are at least 16 years old, announced the Belgium-based global biopharma UCB. “The FDA’s approval of Briviact for Epileptic Seizure Treatment is significant, because uncontrolled seizures can have serious, long-term effects, and approximately 30 percent of epilepsy patients remain uncontrolled on currently available treatments,” Dr. Pavel Klein, director of the Mid-Atlantic Epilepsy and Sleep Center, said in a press release.Briviact for Epileptic Seizure Treatment is a new molecular entity that was rationally designed and developed…

  • Lifestyle

    ‘Breakthrough’ Arthritis Drug Eliminate Ulcerative Colitis Symptoms in Patients

    A new study finds that people with moderate to severe ulcerative colitis who haven’t done well on other treatments may find relief and eliminate Ulcerative Colitis Symptoms with Xeljanz (tofacitinib), a drug currently used for arthritis treatment. Ulcerative colitis is a chronic inflammatory bowel disease. It affects about 700,000 Americans, according to the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation (CCF).The illness causes inflammation, irritation, swelling and sores on the lining of the large intestine. Ulcerative Colitis Symptoms include diarrhea with blood or pus and abdominal discomfort, according to CCF.”There is still a substantial unmet need for new treatments for patients with ulcerative colitis,” said study lead author Dr. William Sandborn. He is professor…

  • Health & Fitness

    Surprising Skin Conditions Associated With Ulcerative Colitis Disease

    Ulcerative Colitis Disease affects more than just your gastrointestinal tract. The same inflammation that triggers disease in your intestines can manifest all over the body — including your skin.Up to 15 percent of people with inflammatory bowel disease also experience skin problems, according to a review published in the journal Inflammatory Bowel Diseases in August 2015. Your first line of defense against these skin problems is to get your Ulcerative Colitis Disease under control, says Matilda Hagan, MD, an inflammatory bowel disease specialist at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland.If you do notice any skin changes, it’s important to tell your doctor right away so you can be seen by a dermatologist, says Kally…