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Type 2 Diabetes Skincare

Posted by Team healtheo360 on Jan 24, 2020 1:46:51 PM

Dry skin is common to people living with type two diabetes. Roughly one out of three people living with diabetes experience a skin related health issue.

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Religious Fasting With Type 1 Diabetes

Posted by Team healtheo360 on Jan 24, 2020 1:44:09 PM

In Islam, Muslims observe Ramadan for one month or 29-30 days. Since Ramadan is one of the Five Pillars of Islam and is considered to be the most sacred month of the year, many people with type one diabetes are determined to observe the holiday. However, depending on the geographic region of the person fasting, an individual may not consume food or water for up to 11-21 hours.

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The Importance of Fitness Post-Mastectomy

Posted by Team healtheo360 on Jan 10, 2020 2:27:22 PM

Physical activity post-mastectomy recovery and treatment, strengthens the individual’s body and mind. Several exercises can be done the first day after latissimus dorsi flap surgery (muscle, fat and skin has been surgically taken from the person’s upper back), surgery without reconstruction and surgery with reconstruction using a tissue expander - with clearance of doctor. The range of motion restriction for exercise may be medically instructed as 45, 60 or 90 degrees.

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Telling Children About A Breast Cancer Diagnosis

Posted by Team healtheo360 on Jan 10, 2020 9:15:26 AM

Deciding when and how to explain a breast cancer diagnosis to children is not an easy feat. If the children are older and developed, they may notice or sense irregular behavior in the person with breast cancer. Forming a dialogue between parent and child establishes transparency and support for one another. Children look up to their parents, so honesty about internal and visible physical changes to the body will prepare the child and may lower fear towards the condition.  

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Women Living with COPD

Posted by Team healtheo360 on Jan 6, 2020 8:10:53 AM

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a chronic lung condition. Subphenotypes or characteristics of COPD are both emphysema and chronic bronchitis. A person can have one, the other or both but normally one condition will present as the strongest element of the condition, COPD.

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Men Need Breast Exams, Too.

Posted by Team healtheo360 on Dec 23, 2019 4:41:14 PM

Known as a rare disease, male breast cancer (MBC) accounts for less than one percent of all breast cancer cases. Males can develop breast cancer since both men and women are born with a small amount of breast tissue. MBC has been associated with late stage diagnoses since individuals and physicians may not consider the possibility of breast cancer in the instance of seeing or feeling something uncommon.  

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Managing Migraines During the Holidays

Posted by Team healtheo360 on Dec 23, 2019 4:37:46 PM

The holidays may raise personal and social expectations for people with migraine conditions. The severity of migraine headaches have been said to intensify around the holiday season, while partaking in traditions such as shopping and attending holiday parties or family dinners.

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Lung Cancer: What you Need to Know

Posted by Team healtheo360 on Dec 23, 2019 9:23:57 AM

In its earliest stages, lung cancer does not normally show signs or symptoms in the affected person. Although when the condition has advanced, symptoms may include chest pain, shortness of breath, weight loss, chronic coughing or hemoptysis (coughing up blood). Through counseling and guidance, a physician may provide a better understanding of experienced symptoms.

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Recovering From a Mastectomy

Posted by Team healtheo360 on Dec 23, 2019 9:19:36 AM

After undergoing a mastectomy, the recovery process may take four to six week. Self-care instructions for at home will be provided post-surgery in regard to incisions and drains as well as prescription pain medication. A prescription of Vicodin will be provided for when pain is felt, however, Ibuprofen or Tylenol are alternatives - especially if an individual has any allergies or medication restrictions. People may not return to housework or driving until drains have been removed and have finished the prescription narcotics.  

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Tips for Living with Osteoporosis

Posted by Team healtheo360 on Dec 19, 2019 4:11:17 PM

Osteoporosis weakens the body’s bones making them thin and less dense. The word osteoporosis itself means “porous bone.” And when the bones become weak, there is a higher risk of them breaking.

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