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Exercise linked to cancer- Lactate A Friend or Foe?

Lactic AcidLactate is a byproduct of the chemical process known as glycolysis – the breaking down of sugar, or glucose, into smaller molecules with the purpose of producing energy. During intense physical activity, lactate accumulates in the tissue and blood, which can sometimes lead to poorer physical performance and muscle stiffness. 

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Eat 800 gm of fruits, veggies daily to keep heart attack, cancer away: Scientists.

The easiest way of reducing the risk of a heart attack, cancer or early death is to eat five portions each of fruits and vegetables every day.They found the following fruits and vegetables may help prevent heart disease, stroke, cardiovascular disease, and early death: apples and pears, citrus fruits, salads and green leafy vegetables such as spinach, lettuce and chicory, and cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower.

Source: Eat 800 gm of fruits, veggies daily to keep heart attack, cancer away: Scientists – Times of India

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The beauty that lies within!

Check your neck for gills. Check your back for scales and see if you’ve sprout wings. Search for talons where your toes lie and discover the absence of feathers upon your naked bosom. Switch off the lights in the room and see if your skin glows. Try to overreach, go out in the sun and see if it fills your belly. If nothing works out, know that there’s still hope for some of this to be true, soon enough. GENE EDITING TOOLS

Source: My Republica – The beauty that lies within

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Men- Access your Cardiovascular risk Free

riskMen Can now avail a free 10 year General cardiovascular risk score if they choose to. Please send the following information with name with message to me directly from the circle or at endyourillness@gmail.com (please do not post your reports on the reply to this post). Click on the “Read More”and send us the information in the content space that opens up below.
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Women- Access your Cardiovascular Risk F

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Women Can now avail a free 10 year General cardiovascular risk score if they choose to. Please send the following information with name with message to me directly from the circle or at endyourillness@gmail.com (please do not post your reports on the reply to this post). Click on the “Read More”and send us the information in the content space that opens up below.
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Manuka- The cancer honey from New Zealand

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Manuka Honey is the buzz word in cancer. Manuka honey is produced in New Zealand by bees that pollinate the native manuka bush. Advocates say it treats wound infections and other conditions.Interestingly New Zealanders claim only manufacture of about 1,700 tons as their produce and the market reports state that 10,000 tons are being sold. So where is this extra tonnage coming from. Is it adulterated or chemically modified or just a farce?

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Genetically-modified humans: what is CRISPR and how does it work?

CRISPR, pronounced ‘crisper’, stands for Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeat. The name refers to the way short, repeated DNA sequences in the genomes of bacteria and other microorganisms are organised. An insight into the gene editing technique that could help eradicate health conditions and bring back the woolly mammoth.

Source: CRISPR Cas9 genome editing explained | WIRED UK

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Module 1: Functions of Blood, Lymphatic and immune system of Human body

4th February is World Cancer Day!

END YOUR ILLNESS

Author: Puneet Chandna MD(h.c.), PhD, FIET, FNCCN, MAHA

There are two LIQUID TISSUES in the body , Blood and the lymph (pronounced as limf).
Friends let us start with what is Blood and its functions:
-Blood is responsible for transportation go gases such as oxygen and carbon dioxide.
-Blood also transports chemical substances like hormones, nutrients and salts.
– Blood also transports cells that defend the body and we shall learn about this too as we go downstream.
– Blood Blood is responsible for maintaining a balance of all the body fluids. this means it helps in maintaining electrolyte balance, acids and its balance with base like substances and also maintains the temperature of the body.
– As it gets exciting from here let me share with you that the blood also protects the body from infection.
– It also protects the body from loss of blood by the action…

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Why the hotel industry should not be a model for hospitals

I say yes to making hospitals more comfortable and pleasant, but no to comparing a hospital with a hotel. This is a very perilous path to tread. That’s because while we strive for excellent patient care to the highest medical standards in a comfortable environment, hospitals are simply not hotels.

Source: Why the hotel industry should not be a model for hospitals

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“Studies of Success” measured by occupancy, or “heads in beds.”

Hidden Conflicts of Interest Found Throughout Medicine!

JAMA Internal Medicine series highlights pervasiveness of problems.

One investigation, Susannah Rose, PhD, of the Office of Patient Experience at the Cleveland Clinic, and colleagues surveyed almost 300 patient advocacy groups with a median revenue of $300,000, and found that two-thirds reported receiving industry funding.

Source: Hidden Conflicts of Interest Found Throughout Medicine | Medpage Today