Internal Medicine

Internal Medicine

Consuming Whole Grains Lowers the Risk of Pre-Diabetes ??

Pre-diabetes is the first stage before type 2 diabetes acquired in an individual. Pre-diabetes is a case where the blood glucose levels are elevated than the normal in the person while it is not the exact stage to be diagnosed as diabetes. Read more…

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Posted by Kimberly John - 25/01/2013 at 03:12

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Alcohol Consumption Deviated Patients against Antiretroviral Therapy

Antiretroviral patients skipped their medications whenever they consume alcohol. Alcoholic drink consumption might cause a lot of complications towards the antiretroviral medicated individuals as it could enhance the viral load in the individual. Read more…

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Posted by Kimberly John - 12/12/2012 at 05:53

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Fasting for Cholesterol Test is not Mandatory

According to Canadian study it is been stated that, fasting before drawing blood from a patient for Cholesterol test is been predicted to be unnecessary. Current research depicted that taking ample amount of blood from the patient for presence of High Density lipoprotein Read more…

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Posted by Kimberly John - 27/11/2012 at 00:22

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Taller Women may be at Higher Risk for Ovarian Cancer

Recent headlines in USA revealed that women’s should not be screened periodically for ovarian cancer as this screening nowhere reduces their risk of dying from the disease. Ovarian cancer holds the fifth position in oncological studies. According to 2011 Read more…

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Posted by Kimberly John - 22/10/2012 at 08:27

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Posted by Divya06 - 11/08/2012 at 02:10

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