Cholesterol Myths #1 Your choice about diet and physical activity are fully responsible for your cholesterol levels. Although diet and exercise do contribute to your overall blood cholesterol levels, we need to take into consideration other factors that contribute greatly, such as:
The fact that your bodynaturally... Read More
While it is thought that some combination of genetic and environmental factors is what likely causes Parkinsons disease, researchers do not yet know the exact cause of this progressive, disabling disorder. But there is evidence that... Read More
Cholesterol is not just the demon you may have been led to believe. In fact, it is essential for the healthy functioning of the body. Cholesterol is used in almost every cell. So that it doesnt dissolve in blood, Cholesterol is protected in a protein coating, called Lipoproteins. It is then circulated... Read More
Often the womans cancer will soon be tried to see when it is sensitive to the number of oestrogen in the process. If the cancer is oestrogen vulnerable, tamoxifen is going to be given.
Since tamoxifen is this kind of weak estrogen, much cell growth was not stimulated very by its estrogen signals. And because it has sto
Tamoxifen,... Read More
AbstractFirst, let us determine what is tuberculosis. Tuberculosis is a disease caused by a bacterium that infects the lungs and obstructs the proper functioning of the respiratory system. Pulmonary tuberculosis is when the lungs are infected, while the extra-pulmonary TB is when the other parts of the body is infected as the... Read More
When I went to the gynecologist a couple weeks ago I asked her to test me for everything. Note: I did not say STD. STD is not a happy word. Only happy words are welcome in my Happy Place.
Hmm The doctor said as she flipped through my chart. Weve never tested you for AIDS. Want me to... Read More