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    Shortness of Breath (Dyspnea) – Causes and More

    Dyspnea, also called as shortness of breath, is a abnormal feeling or breathlessness where you may not be able to take a deep breath or having trouble breathing. This is a symptom that can be associated with many different conditions, like  heart failure, asthma and lung diseases. What is dyspnea (shortness of breath)? When you […] More

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    Nausea – Causes, Treatment and More

    Nausea is stomach discomfort and the sensation of feeling to vomit. Nausea is an uneasy feeling of the vomiting that often comes before vomiting. The condition has many causes and can often be prevented. What causes nausea? Nausea can occur because of variety of causes. Some people are highly sensitive to motion or to certain […] More

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    Peptic Ulcer – Causes, Symptoms and More

    What are peptic ulcers? Peptic ulcers are open sores or holes that develop in the lining of the stomach, lower esophagus, or small intestine. They are generally formed due to of inflammation caused by the bacteria H. pylori, as well as from erosion from gastric acids. Peptic ulcers are a very common health complication.(1) Peptic ulcers […] More

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    Stomach Ulcer – Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

    What is a stomach ulcer? Stomach ulcers or gastric ulcers, are painful sores that develop in the stomach lining. Stomach ulcers are a type of peptic ulcer disease. Peptic ulcers are any sores that occurs in both the stomach and small intestines. Stomach ulcers occur when the thick mucosal layer that protects your stomach from gastric acid […] More

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    Chronic Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) – Causes, Symptoms and More

    What is a chronic urinary tract infection? Chronic urinary tract infections (UTIs) are prolonged urinary tract infections that either don’t respond to treatment or keep repeating. They may either continue to affect your urinary tract inspite of getting the appropriate treatment, or they may come back after treatment. Your urinary tract is the pathway of […] More

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    Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) – Symptoms, Treatment and More

    A urinary tract infection (UTI) is an infection from microbes in any part of urinary tract including kidneys, bladder and urethra . Microbes are organisms that are too small to be detected without a microscope. Most UTIs are caused by bacteria, but some are caused by fungi and in rare cases by viruses. UTIs are […] More

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    Bladder Infection – Causes, Symptoms and More

    Bladder infection A bladder infection is most common type of urinary tract infection (UTI) which is usually caused by a bacterial infection within the bladder. For people with lowered immunity yeast can cause bladder infections as well. A urinary tract infection (UTI) is an infection anywhere in the urinary tract, such as in the bladder, kidneys, ureters, or urethra.(1) […] More

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    Does Intermittent Fasting Boost Your Metabolism?

    Intermittent fasting is an eating pattern that involves periods of restricted calorie intake (fasting) followed by normal eating. This pattern of eating could help you lose weight, lower your risk of disease and inhance your lifespan (1, 2). Some experts even affirm that its beneficial impacts on metabolism make it a healthier way to lose weight […] More

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    Does Intermittent Fasting Make You Gain or Lose Muscle?

    Intermittent  the most popular diet pattern, trending in these days. There are lots of different types, but what they have in common is fasts that last longer than a normal overnight fast. While research has shown that this can help you lose fat, some people are concerned about that intermittent fasting may also cause muscle […] More

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    Can You Drink Coffee While Doing Intermittent Fasting?

    Intermittent fasting is a popular diet  pattern now a days that cycles between certain periods of eating and fasting(restricting calories). Research suggests that intermittent fasting may help in weight loss and lowering risk factors for certain chronic conditions, like heart disease, diabetes, and Alzheimer’s disease (1). If you’re beginner to intermittent fasting, you may wonder […] More

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    The Warrior Diet: Review and Beginner’s Guide

    Fasting, the reduction of or refrainment from taking food, is a practice that has been used since ancient times for various religious,ethical and health purposes. Though fasting has a large and old history, it has now become popular as a weight loss tool. The Warrior Diet ,which is a advanced or strict form of intermittent […] More

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    Intermittent Fasting While Pregnant – or Trying to Get Pregnant

    If you are currently pregnant or planning to concieve soon,you should definitely check about the impact of fasting of your pregnancy. During pregnancy, your body will grow and change as you possibly well known, if you’re expecting. These changes will become even more fast and intense as you get nearer to your delivery date. For […] More

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    How to Exercise Safely During Intermittent Fasting

    While trying intermittent fasting,many people may want to continue or start exercising.It can be done with proper precautions. While the attention the Intermittent Fasting popularity is getting appears to be over the top, this type of lifestyle is not new. There are so many research and anecdotal reports about how to make IF work ,mainly […] More

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    Is Intermittent Fasting While Breastfeeding Safe ?

    Breastfeeding mothers requires more nutritions than normal female.Around 450-500 extra calories are required for lactating (breastfeeding) women per day which can be challenging while fasting. Not all women experience weight loss with breastfeeding. In fact, some may even retain weight until they stop feeling. If you’re looking for other ways to lose weight, you may […] More

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    Heart Attack (Myocardial Infarction) – Symptoms and Causes

    Heart attack or myocardial infarction occurs because of the blockage of arteries supplying blood to the heart tissues. As a result,cardiac muscles begin to die due to oxygen and nutrient deprivation. Heart attacks also called as myocardial infarctions are very common in the United States. In fact, it is approximated that one happens every 40 seconds. Some […] More