Diabetes, a condition characterized by high blood sugar levels, is a major health concern in America as well as other parts of the world. If you are in the habit of incorporating a lot of sugar into your diet, you may be putting yourself at risk for developing diabetes. There are several other factors that could increase your risk of developing this potentially life and limb-threatening disease.
Football season has begun and it’s time to get in on the fun! While most of us are aware of and take precautions against serious injuries that can occur on the football field, hand injuries are often overlooked. Did you know that 48% of football injuries involve fingers? Here are the most common football hand injuries that could put you on the side lines
Prostate cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer in the Western World. It is usually a slow-growing form of cancer that develops late in life. Rarely, the cancer may grow quickly and aggressively spread to other parts of your body. How do you know if you are at risk? Here are some common risk factors for prostate cancer:
More than two-thirds of the human body is composed of water. It is present within our cells, blood, muscles, tissues, and even bone. It is necessary for all body functions and without it we could not survive.
In the not too distant past, patients with arthritis were advised not to jog as the additional stress could further injure the knee cartilage. However, the results of recent research studies fly in the face of conventional wisdom – running may actually be good for your knees!