For decades, chicken soup has been the “go to” food when someone has a cold. Grandma, and perhaps your great grandma, believed that it cured a cold. Does it? Let’s take a look at the myth that chicken soup cures a cold, and a few other chicken soup myths.
You’ve no doubt heard that chicken soup is good for you. In fact, you may have heard that it cures the common cold. But what you may not know is why chicken soup is so healthy. Let’s take a look at the various components of chicken soup and how they impact your health and wellbeing.
Do you often have diarrhea? Apparently, people with blood type A and AB are more susceptible to diarrhea than people with blood type B and O.
Blood type was found to affect one’s risk of infection in the abdomen, caused by rotavirus. from recent study, which was released by MyHealthNewsDaily
Rotavirus is a virus that causes gastroenteritis, or inflammation of the stomach and intestines, and is a major cause of severe diarrhea in infants and children worldwide.
The old adage says prevention is better than cure. Of course this applies to almost every health problem, especially stroke. This type of interference is due to the blockage of blood supply to a part of the brain and can cause sudden series of biochemical reactions, which can damage or kill nerve cells in the brain.
Its sudden, often makes it difficult to detect early symptoms. So often, sufferers often end in death. Then how to know the early warning to avoid this deadly attack. Listen exposure below :
Hair loss or alopecia is a condition in which the hair is at normal levels that ultimately lead to partial or complete loss of hair. The average scalp covered one million hairs. A healthy scalp will be a “warehouse” and change the hair constantly. But when the scalp is not able to produce new hair to replace damaged hair, baldness would be greeted.
Generally, hair loss occurs due to androgenic alopecia, also known as male pattern baldness or female pattern baldness. This is the type of permanent hair loss that can not be cured due to hereditary factors. Other types are temporary because the symptoms of serious illnesses, such as skin infections, stress, use of certain drugs, or thyroid disease.
Everyone wants to have a healthy heart, but heart disease is often sudden attack. Fortunately, there are some simple ways of daily habits that can protect the heart.
Here are 17 habits bad for the heart and how to avoid :
1. Watching TV
Sitting for long hours increase the risk of heart attack and stroke, although it has been exercising regularly. Lack of movement can affect the levels of fat and sugar.
Some people will feel unfamiliar with the term of this disease. People more familiar with vertigo than neuropathy.
Vertigo is a feeling as if the patient moves or rotates. Or as if the objects around the patient is moving or spinning, usually accompanied by nausea and loss of balance. This disease can take a few moments or a few hours or even days. Patients often feel better when lying down. But the disease can continue even if the patient does not move at all.
The cause of this disease because of abnormalities in the ear, the nerve that connects the ear to the brain and also in the brain itself. In addition, the vertigo is also associated with abnormalities of vision or change in blood pressure that occurs suddenly.
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Apparently, many children can reduce the risk of stroke. It was based on a study by the University of California, United States, which found that if a woman has many children, he rarely died of a stroke.
A study of 1,300 women in Calofornia, USA, revealed, if women who had four or more children have a 50 percent reduced risk of dying from a stroke. According to researchers, it is probably due to high circulating hormones during pregnancy. Impact is very positive for the blood vessels.
There is good news for diabetics. If you’ve been monitoring the blood sugar by pricking needles that makes a pain, it is likely it will be memories. The reason is according to researchers, tears can provide the same information.
Scientists at the University of Michigan, United States, as quoted by www.huffingtonpost.com, develop a sensor that can detect levels of sugar diluted in water with eyes in animals. Research published in the Journal of Analytical Chemistry, the researchers tested 12 rabbits and found the level of glucose in tear can be associated with the rabbit blood sugar levels.
Stroke or cerebral vascular disease is a disease characterized by blood vessels in the brain suddenly blocked or rupture, causing death of brain tissue.
If you have one or several of these signs or symptoms of the following, even though only for a moment, it could be that you have the risk of stroke. These include loss of vision suddenly, feeling weak in the face, arm or leg, difficulty speaking or understanding speech, severe headache or dizziness or loss of balance.
In addition to physical disability, 30-50% of stroke survivors suffer post stroke depression – characterized by irritability, decreased self-esteem and sleep disorders. In some cases, depression can reduce motivation and worsen the patient’s condition.