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What is the most shocking truth about the disease ‘cancer’ that everybody should know especially the younger generation?

spinabifida-walk-21This makes a job easy and also difficult. Easy as most of the things people know about what causes cancer and difficult for the reason that no-one likes to her truth.

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Livers: What should be a recommended diet, workout and lifestyle for a patient suffering from Hepatitis/Jaundice and while recovering from the disease?

jHepatitis / Jaundice. I perceive that you are talking about hepatitis that causes jaundice? Right? Well of so my opinion is as under:

It is not only hepatitis that causes jaundice. Jaundice is a word derived from word yellow which mean that your skin and eyes appear yellowish.

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ASTRO 2017: Urban Cancer Center Finds 75% of Its Patients With Depression Were Previously Undiagnosed

parasomnia“Depression prevalence continues to be high among cancer patients, especially those receiving treatment at an urban cancer center, as well as those who identify as female or are disabled by their disease. Alarmingly, most of these patients remain undiagnosed and untreated, indicating an important gap in cancer care and an opportunity to improve patient outcomes,”.

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Lifestyle Changes to Reduce Your Cancer Risk

Scientific KnowledgeThe World Cancer Research Fund estimates that about 20 percent of all cancers diagnosed in the U.S. can be attributed to lifestyle factors such as body weight, physical activity (or lack thereof), alcohol consumption and/or nutrition.

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How does Tayo 60k (Cholecalciferol 60,000 IU) work? The doctor prescribed it for my mother once a month. Where does it get stored in the body for the whole month?

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Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin. Very few foods naturally contain vitamin D.

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How are the diseases like fever, cough, and cold etc. classified in contrast to diseases like diabetes, hypertension, and asthma etc.?

Fever

In almost every Out patient department or a clinic often a febrile illness (fever) without an initially obvious etiology (sometimes called fever without localizing signs) as fever of unknown origin (FUO).

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What are the symptoms of high SGPT levels?

SGPT is also called as alanine aminotransferase or ALT in newer classification and reporting. Isolated normal SGPT levels in Blood for men was an ALT of 29 international unit/L and for women was an ALT of 22 international unit/L. Alt level in case alone escalated may be due to obesity and abdominal fats. Its ratio with SGOT to ALT is often to be considered for any co-relation to a faulty liver function. This ratio AST to ALT ratio if found to be  2:1 or greater is suggestive of alcoholic liver disease. More can be stated with conditions. wish this helps so far.