The term pediatric is often associated with the health concerning babies and young children and pediatric oncology refers to the study of cancer in children. The existence of cancer among adults is common but one should be aware that cancer can also occur in children but the cause for this occurrence among children still remains a mystery.
Heart disease can be the result of being obese, having high cholesterol, high blood pressure, as well as other preventable diseases. Exercise should be part of the treatment plan to help get rid of heart disease in addition to a healthy diet plan. If you can eliminate the underlying causes of the heart disease, you have a good chance of getting rid of it and reducing risks for heart attack and stroke, as well.
The flavors that usually come to mind for sherbet -- lemon, lime and orange -- often have starring roles at summer picnics and ice cream socials. Modern culinary trends have produced additional sherbet flavors, such as grape and raspberry, both of which you can make with the whole fruit or juice. Commercial or homemade grape sherbet is a sweet, refreshing treat that has fewer calories per serving than ice cream.
Extra vitamin D and calcium may offer some protection against fractures in elderly people, but have little or no impact on cancer risk, according to a fresh look at the medical evidence.
The type of protein you eat does matter. New research shows that eating more red meat increases the risk of stroke. Eating poultry appears to lower stroke risk. Fish seemed to have little effect.
A new study looks at excess iodine intake: how much is too much iodine? Excessive iodine in the diet can cause subclinical hypothyroidism, which has been linked with heart disease.
Subjects with the highest levels of omega-3s in their blood were 30 percent less likely to develop atrial fibrillation, or an irregular heartbeat, than those with lower levels of the fatty acid. Omega 3s are found in food sources such as fish, walnuts and eggs, and can be taken as supplements.
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