Monthly: December 2013

Snoring While Sleeping Triggers Disorders Heart

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Sleep until snoring for most people is not regarded as a problem. Even snoring is associated with deep sleep. In fact, snoring is accompanied by cessation of breathing for a moment could lead to serious health problems such as stroke or heart disease. photos @shutterstock Stop breathing during sleep or obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is caused

Hair Tests Reveal Risk of Heart Attack

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Hair tests can be used to analyze whether a person is taking certain chemical substances. However, the function of the hair test was expanded to determine the levels of the stress hormone, cortisol, especially in the elderly. High stress hormones in the body can increase the risk of heart disease and stroke. According to the

Obese Children gain High Stress Hormone

Levels of the stress hormone cortisol in obese children is higher than peers who are not obese. Researchers from the Erasmus MC – Sophia Children’s Hospital in the Netherlands reveal the findings published in the journal Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. Even so, the current research does not explain whether obese children are more prone to

Measure Levels of Calcium Prevent Heart Attack and Stroke

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Blood pressure and cholesterol levels are generally used as an indicator to measure the risk of heart attack and stroke. But according to a new study, measured the levels of calcium in the arteries may be a better indicator. The study said, the traditional way of measuring the blood pressure and cholesterol can give erroneous

10 Things Slow Burn Calories Capabilities

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Basically the human body has its own mechanism to burn intake calories. Each cell in the body has a role to convert food into energy to keep the body’s system continues to run well. The faster your metabolism, the more calories burned. Unfortunately, there are also things that slow down the body’s metabolism. This is

Diagnosis of Cervical Cancer

The general method of diagnosis of cervical cancer 1.Blade cytologic examination of the cervix ( cervical smear ) Is the primary method for the detection of cervical cancer precursor lesions and early -stage cervical cancer . But have to be careful with the position of the captured material and careful microscopic examination , the false